At the Addiction Recovery Institute of America, our number one priority is keeping our clients safe, both physically and mentally. This safety takes on a whole new meaning for our treatment team when it comes to surviving the pandemic and assisting clients in their recovery. While we immediately implemented safety protocols for both residents and our treatment center team, we have also been working hard on additional ways to help residents deal with the added mental and physical stresses that come along with the pandemic.
Reach out to our knowledgeable and caring team online today or call [Direct] to learn more about how our treatment center can help you survive the pandemic.
Surviving the Pandemic with Substance Abuse Treatment
While the pandemic has paused many aspects of life, it doesn’t have to keep you from getting the treatment and support you need for a substance use disorder. When it comes to reaching out for help, it is understandable to be on the fence and wonder, “Is this the right time?” With all of the uncertainty in the world right now, you might think that you should wait for life to return to normal. The reality is that there’s no better time than the present to take control and get your life back on track.
Getting treatment at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America is a very safe option right now. Clients can benefit from being away from their substance of choice and will be in a safe, clean environment while getting treatment. Addressing addiction can help repair the effect it has had on both the mind and body. All of this uncertainty can cause added fear and anxiety, so it’s important to get help sooner rather than later.
Get Addiction Help When You Need It
We understand that drug and alcohol addiction does not stop because of the pandemic. In fact, our therapies and rehab services are still readily available to all of our clients as residents or outpatients.
At the Addiction Recovery Institute of America, we offer the following programs:
- Drug detox program
- Residential treatment program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
- Outpatient treatment program
- First responder addiction treatment program
- Group therapy program
- Individual therapy program
- Family therapy program
- Nutritional support services
Dealing With Added Anxiety While Surviving the Pandemic
With the media delivering a steady cycle of unsettling news, stress is at an all-time high for many. The stress can be brought on by someone you live with, your physical environment, working from home or losing your job, or even the inability to spend time outdoors. For those isolated at home, avoiding stress and triggers can be challenging. Many of the distractions of everyday life are gone, and those prone to addiction may use more than normal.
Receiving anxiety treatment at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America now can be the road to lasting change. Residents can benefit from being away from triggers and learn healthy coping mechanisms from a team of therapeutic professionals.
Not only does residential or outpatient treatment provide you with the guidance and support to recover in a trigger-free environment, but it equips you with coping mechanisms to deal with the uncertainty of the coronavirus. Treatment has always been a chance to step away from the risks of being in an unhealthy environment and a step toward a healthy, happy future.
Learn More About Our Florida Facilities Today
Public health actions such as social distancing can make people feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and anxiety while reducing the spread of COVID-19. However, receiving substance abuse treatment during a pandemic is possible at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America. You can recover more easily, knowing that you will be in a clean and safe environment. Our Florida facility is “Covid Clear.” This means our employees and residents are tested, our facility is sanitized continuously, and CDC guidelines for safety are in place.
Reach out to our team of addiction treatment specialists today to learn more about treatment options through our online contact form or [Direct].