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Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab in South Florida

Inpatient rehab offers intensive, life-changing addiction treatment that helps you escape triggering environments and focus on your recovery. It’s time to get your life back.

Our Inpatient Rehab in Palm Beach, Florida

Our inpatient rehab, also known as residential treatment, offers a highly structured and intensive approach to addiction treatment. Patients are separated from drugs or alcohol by living onsite at our Palm Beach facility and receive evidence-based treatment from our licensed clinicians throughout the day. Inpatient rehab helps you prioritize your recovery and equips you with the essential tools for maintaining sobriety.

Is inpatient treatment right for me?

If you agree with any of the following statements, inpatient rehab could be a life-changing decision: 

  • Alcohol or drug abuse has made my life worse
  • Avoiding triggering people or places while I recover would help
  • My home feels unstable or makes me want to drink or use drugs
  • I’ve tried outpatient rehab before, but it didn’t work

What Does Our Inpatient Rehab Include?

Inpatient rehab empowers you with the tools, awareness and support you need to live a sober happy life.

During your inpatient stay, our addiction experts lead you through a full-time treatment plan that helps you manage your symptoms and explore the underlying causes of your addiction. This comprehensive approach includes addressing co-occurring mental health disorders and may utilize medication-assisted treatment as medically appropriate.

Why Stay With Us

With our patient-centered approach and team of experienced professionals, we give you the tools, medical support and therapeutic guidance to get your life back.


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Speak With Inpatient Admissions

A Recovery Advocate can answer any questions and help you get started in inpatient rehabilitation. 

Using Insurance for Inpatient Rehab

The Recovery Village at Baptist Health is in-network with most national and local insurance providers. We can confirm your insurance coverage or discuss private payment options.

What Our Patients Say

You’re not alone in your struggle with drugs or alcohol. Read our reviews to learn why The Recovery Village at Baptist Health could be the best fit for your recovery needs.

Jackboy F.
overall a great experience
Meg S.
I had EMDR with JoJo and it was amazing. She took me on a journey through my trauma from beginning to end. At first I was skeptical and unsure. When the session started I felt a lump in my throat and a sense of being chained or weighed down by my trauma. By the end of the session I felt like the burden of my own trauma which chained me to my addiction had been lifted. I feel empowered and free from the things that used to bind me. I now have a sense of hopefulness for my future and the confidence to pursue my destiny.
No judgement helpful very knowledgeable.
Victor S.
Jojo does EMDR therapy here. I have never heard of it before I came and after sessions with her I was able to be free of the bad memories that held me back and obtain a new outlook in my thinking. EMDR was new to me but after I gave it a chance I left the room feeling so different in a positive and uplifting way.
Gordon K.
I attended this facility an at first was sceptical but the longer I stayed the more I learned about myself an the more tools I learned an how an when to use them. Jojo who does EMDR there is phenomenal he help me find a inner peace I never knew I had. An create a future to bring a sense of humility. The staff members Mrs Tisa, Mrs cherish. All the bht's. The therapist are great. Give yourself a chance I'm glad I did. And a big shout out to Jimmy for keeping it entertaining n like life can n will be fun!
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About Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehabilitation, sometimes shortened to inpatient rehab, is a level of drug and alcohol addiction treatment where clients stay at a facility for an extended time to focus on their recovery. Inpatient rehab is often also called residential treatment, as clients stay at a facility for several days or weeks.

Inpatient rehab usually comes after medical detoxification, or detox, and is often followed by step-down programs like a partial hospitalization program or outpatient treatment, which offer less restrictive structure and greater independence as patients regain control over their lives.

In inpatient or residential care, patients learn how to live without the influence or use of drugs and alcohol. To achieve this, they’ll receive intensive medical and psychiatric education and support, participate in daily individual and group therapies, and experience enriching and nurturing physical activities.

FAQs About Inpatient Rehab

How long is inpatient rehab?

How long it takes to complete treatment depends on the person’s behavioral health needs and substance use history. Most patients finish our medical detox and inpatient rehab programs in 20–35 days. While longer inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs do exist, many insurance plans do not cover extended stays of this nature.

  • 30-day inpatient rehab: Most 30-day inpatient programs focus on the management of withdrawal symptoms, interpersonal support through individual and group therapy and crafting an aftercare plan. Usually, 30-day programs are the most common and least expensive inpatient option as they are the shortest. However, a short program may not be beneficial for clients who have complicated addictions or need further support for co-occurring mental health conditions.
  • 60-day inpatient rehab: Programs that last for 60 days build upon the treatment of 30-day programs but may include more thorough medical support and mental health treatment. Sixty-day programs are usually more expensive than month-long programs as clients receive long-term support over two months.
  • 90-day inpatient rehab: Ideal for those who have medical complications or who have experienced multiple relapses, 90-day programs offer continuous support and counseling over three months. While 90-day programs are more expensive than shorter ones, 90-day programs usually offer the most comprehensive treatment and support to set people up for long-term recovery.

Can I leave inpatient rehab when I want?

Completing the full treatment plan is strongly encouraged to minimize the risk of relapse and overdose. However, clients have the right to leave rehab at any time, as long as they are not a danger to themselves or others, even against medical advice.

Does inpatient rehab work?

Yes, inpatient addiction treatment has been the starting point for many people’s long-lasting recovery from addiction. While substance use disorders do not have a definitive “cure,” recovery is possible. We gauge the success of inpatient rehabilitation based on several factors, including improvements in patients’ physical and mental health, employment or educational status, relapse time, safety and legal status, and the quality of relationships with their loved ones.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

When attending inpatient rehab, it is usually necessary to take a temporary leave from your job. Fortunately, there are laws in place to safeguard employees’ rights and provide protection during their time in inpatient treatment.

Will I lose my kids if I go to rehab?

Prioritizing your recovery from addiction is crucial for creating a brighter future for you and your children. While there are no guarantees in child custody matters, completing treatment and mitigating the adverse effects of addiction on your life can positively influence your chances of maintaining custody.

How can I pay for inpatient rehab?

Insurance may cover some or all of the inpatient rehab costs. The Recovery Village at Baptist Health can also work with patients without insurance to develop a private pay option.

The cost of inpatient rehab varies. While there are relatively few studies on the costs of inpatient rehab, one 2009 study (which included government-sponsored inpatient programs) showed the average cost of inpatient rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction to be $11,000. However, inpatient rehab costs vary widely from facility to facility, ranging from $5,000 to upwards of $60,000. 

To find out how much inpatient rehab costs at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health, call one of our representatives. The total cost of rehab for you will depend on several factors, including health insurance coverage. Our representatives can help you get a better idea of how much your rehab stay would cost.

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