Substance Abuse Detox And Treatment
Hope Builders Therapy was founded in 1995 and was best private drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in the state of Florida. We currently offer a multidimensional and comprehensive male-only treatment approach, which recognizes that each individual is unique and therefore has a unique path to recovery. We believe that recovery doesn’t end with treatment, so we offer everything from residential treatment to intensive outpatient programs.
Many people think that treatment begins and ends with the physical aspect of substance use. However, we understand that a person’s mindset is always at the root of their addiction. By using the latest clinically-proven therapies, we help you address the thoughts and behaviors that lead to a life of addiction.
With a convenient facility located near downtown West Palm Beach just 15 minutes from the nearest airport and less than 10 minutes from the beautiful sands of the beach, Hope Builders addiction treatment has provided clients with the education and therapies needed to start living a life free of drugs and alcohol for close to 50 years. As the premier Florida-based substance abuse facility, we are able to offer a full range of drug and alcohol rehabilitation services for men who struggle with substance abuse as well as their families.
Many of the tens of thousands of people who use addictive substances, including alcohol and drugs, will need professional addiction treatment to help them end their dependence, whether it’s physical, psychological, or both.
There are many stereotypes about substance addiction, including what it is and who it affects. These erroneously held beliefs stop many people from getting the help they need or even realizing their substance use has turned into something more serious. Factors like misinformation or stigma can be disastrous to those that are in the middle of active addiction.
Scientists continue to study addiction, and the views about this health condition continue to evolve and inform. It was once believed that having an addiction meant substance users had a moral defect of character or a lack of willpower to stop using.
Now, the view that addiction is a brain disease is more widely accepted, and scientists continue to study the brain’s response to addiction and the behavior that results from chronic use of addictive substances.