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The Best Drug Rehabs Are Non-12 Step Treatment Programs

Non-12 step drug programs employ treatment modalities that focus on more than substance use.

image of woman for article about non-12 step drug and alcohol treatmentHistorically, prior to modern non-12 step treatment programs, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)  was seen as the standard of care for alcohol treatment and substance abuse disorders in general, 12 step programs are extremely limited. Only in recent years have those limitations been examined.  Self-help groups can offer much-needed support for someone suffering from addiction, but often more than just support is needed to help someone with addiction find long-term recovery.

Individuals with substance abuse disorders need treatment modalities that focus on more than just their use of substances.

Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is a complex issue that cannot be treated adequately with a single faceted treatment approach.  With 12-step groups, co-occurring mental health disorders, physical conditions, as well as medical, social, and other underlying issues cannot be adequately addressed.

Drug and alcohol treatment programs are not a one size fits all, and non-twelve step programs recognize this and develop plans for treatment and recovery that are individualized to the person and their specific issues.  By comparison, 12-step meetings offer only peer-led group meetings, with no professional interventions.

Most people need more focused care than attending group meetings can offer.

In many cases, medical detoxification is needed.  It is important to have a medical team offering 24-hour care for a safe and comfortable detoxification process.

image of Becky. Our Detox wing has a 24-7 nursing staff with private rooms

As non-12-step programs have evolved, they have attempted to offer better alternatives.

Not all non-12 step substance abuse treatment programs are the same.  When looking for a quality non-12-step drug rehab or alcohol recovery program, spend some time comparing programs.

The best non-twelve step programs for substance abuse recovery incorporate medical staff, professionally trained mental health professionals, and useful education and support for family members as well as for the individual receiving care.

Exercise programs and healthy dietary options are incorporated into care to help recover overall health and stamina that is often neglected while the person is actively addicted.  Intensive individual counseling as well as professionally-facilitated group sessions help to address both individual concerns and common issues of addiction.

Complimentary treatments such as neurofeedback have been shown to reduce rates of relapse, EMDR  therapy counteracts post-traumatic stress disorder, restorative spa treatments can help improve sleep and mental clarity.  Meditation helps to calm the often overly stressed or anxious thinking of someone with an addiction.

Understanding how an individual’s treatment and care should be constantly monitored and modified to meet their changing needs as they go through the recovery process is important, along with follow-up care and support when the treatment process is successfully completed.

image of waterfront pool area, pool, and private fishing pier at Gulf Breeze Recovery's non-12 step alcohol treatment center in FloridaGulf Breeze Recovery takes pride in being the leader in non-12-step treatment programs.

image of gulf breeze recovery's private fishing pierOptions are available for residential care as well as outpatient and intensive outpatient programs.  The professional staff at Gulf Breeze Recovery can help identify the care that will best fit the needs of the individual.

Incorporating a holistic treatment program, Gulf Breeze Recovery focuses on the physical and emotional needs of their guests.  Professional medical and clinical staff strive to give every individual the best care and opportunity for long term sobriety.

If you or someone you care about, has an ongoing history of alcohol or substance use and/or relapse, contact Gulf Breeze Recovery or call: (855) 433-4480 to speak to an addiction expert to learn more about their residential program, out-patient program, and intensive out-patient program, and which of these can best fit your individual needs.  These programs have helped many people overcome their addiction and embrace their new happy, healthy, substance-free lifestyle.

We help people not just to survive, but to THRIVE!

Non-12 step drug programs employ treatment modalities that focus on more than substance use.

image of woman for article about non-12 step drug and alcohol treatmentHistorically, prior to modern non-12 step treatment programs, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)  was seen as the standard of care for alcohol treatment and substance abuse disorders in general, 12 step programs are extremely limited. Only in recent years have those limitations been examined.  Self-help groups can offer much-needed support for someone suffering from addiction, but often more than just support is needed to help someone with addiction find long-term recovery.

Individuals with substance abuse disorders need treatment modalities that focus on more than just their use of substances.

Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is a complex issue that cannot be treated adequately with a single faceted treatment approach.  With 12-step groups, co-occurring mental health disorders, physical conditions, as well as medical, social, and other underlying issues cannot be adequately addressed.

Drug and alcohol treatment programs are not a one size fits all, and non-twelve step programs recognize this and develop plans for treatment and recovery that are individualized to the person and their specific issues.  By comparison, 12-step meetings offer only peer-led group meetings, with no professional interventions.

Most people need more focused care than attending group meetings can offer.

In many cases, medical detoxification is needed.  It is important to have a medical team offering 24-hour care for a safe and comfortable detoxification process.

image of Becky. Our Detox wing has a 24-7 nursing staff with private rooms

As non-12-step programs have evolved, they have attempted to offer better alternatives.

Not all non-12 step substance abuse treatment programs are the same.  When looking for a quality non-12-step drug rehab or alcohol recovery program, spend some time comparing programs.

The best non-twelve step programs for substance abuse recovery incorporate medical staff, professionally trained mental health professionals, and useful education and support for family members as well as for the individual receiving care.

Exercise programs and healthy dietary options are incorporated into care to help recover overall health and stamina that is often neglected while the person is actively addicted.  Intensive individual counseling as well as professionally-facilitated group sessions help to address both individual concerns and common issues of addiction.

Complimentary treatments such as neurofeedback have been shown to reduce rates of relapse, EMDR  therapy counteracts post-traumatic stress disorder, restorative spa treatments can help improve sleep and mental clarity.  Meditation helps to calm the often overly stressed or anxious thinking of someone with an addiction.

Understanding how an individual’s treatment and care should be constantly monitored and modified to meet their changing needs as they go through the recovery process is important, along with follow-up care and support when the treatment process is successfully completed.

image of waterfront pool area, pool, and private fishing pier at Gulf Breeze Recovery's non-12 step alcohol treatment center in FloridaGulf Breeze Recovery takes pride in being the leader in non-12-step treatment programs.

Options are available for residential care as well as outpatient and intensive outpatient programs.  The professional staff at Gulf Breeze Recovery can help identify the care that will best fit the needs of the individual.

image of gulf breeze recovery's private fishing pier

Incorporating a holistic treatment program, Gulf Breeze Recovery focuses on the physical and emotional needs of their guests.  Professional medical and clinical staff strive to give every individual the best care and opportunity for long term sobriety.

If you or someone you care about, has an ongoing history of alcohol or substance use and/or relapse, contact Gulf Breeze Recovery or call: (855) 433-4480 to speak to an addiction expert to learn more about their residential program, out-patient program, and intensive out-patient program, and which of these can best fit your individual needs.  These programs have helped many people overcome their addiction and embrace their new happy, healthy, substance-free lifestyle.

We help people not just to survive, but to THRIVE!

The front of Gulf Breeze Recovery a non 12 step holistic drug and alcohol rehab specializing in helping guests overcome chronic relapse

About Gulf Breeze Recovery:

Gulf Breeze Recovery, unlike other treatment centers in Florida, is a non 12 step holistic drug and alcohol rehab that is changing the future of addiction treatment with their THRIVE® (Total Health Recovery) program focused on overcoming chronic relapse.
Gulf Breeze Recovery’s THRIVE® program is a non 12-step approach designed for those who are looking for a drug and alcohol treatment program to produce a different and positive result.
This non-12 step program allows you to drive beyond your addictions and promotes a new outlook on life.
We are licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families, and our last audit scored 99.7! Also, we are gold certified by the Joint Commission.

Program logo: Gulf Breeze Recovery offers a true non-12-Step, holistic drug treatment program with licensed mental health professionals who have small caseloads so that they can offer individualized and intensive care and it's called THRIVE®

End Chronic Relapse and Start a New Life!

At Gulf Breeze Recovery we don’t want you to have just a great recovery, we want you to have a great life!

Contact Us, or Call: (855) 433-4480

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