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The Family-Focused Difference
Family Recovery Specialists offers adolescent and adult counseling, treatment and consulting in Miami, Florida. We treat the unique needs of those who suffer from substance use disorders and mental health issues. Our highly individualized and comprehensive approach to treatment can help you or a loved one break free from the devastating effects of addiction. By making use of all of the resources at our disposal, we consistently work to bring the highest level of quality in every aspect of treatment.
We use evidence-based practices in our treatment approaches and are constantly striving to provide families with the most innovative and customized treatment experience offered in this type of treatment setting. FRS provides evaluations, treatment, intervention, and other addiction and recovery related services to help your family begin the lifelong process of recovery.
Our staff is mostly bilingual and can provide services in English and Spanish. We are accustomed to working with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds and are uniquely qualified to work with many multicultural needs.
Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) is often recommended for people who do not need medical detox services or 24/7 medical monitoring. IOP lets clients participate in recovery while also allowing them the flexibility to continue with their daily lives. IOP also can act as a treatment phase for people who have completed inpatient care or a PHP but still need more time in recovery before fully transitioning back to everyday life.
IOP also can be useful for people who have recently relapsed and, while they do not necessarily require inpatient care, still need a more intensive level of support than typical outpatient treatment.
IOP will generally be shorter than PHP at about nine hours a week, split into three-hour sessions over three days. IOP provides clients with the ability to adapt to a sober lifestyle and tend to other personal responsibilities while still receiving a substantial level of treatment.
Adolescents are not the same as adults. Adolescent brains are still developing, so they are impacted differently by the use of substances. It also means that what is an effective treatment for adults won’t necessarily work for adolescents. Teens and young adults require addiction treatment that is tailored to their specialized needs.
Many adolescents with substance use disorders often are also struggling with other conditions, including depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.
It is important that treatment for these potential co-occurring disorders is integrated into the overall treatment program. Family intervention and participation is also integral to the adolescent addiction treatment process.