Lucida’s residential addiction treatment program is designed for people who have drug or alcohol addiction, as well as those with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. Our program offers highly customized treatment, tailored to you. At our facility in beautiful Lantana, Florida, you’ll get the care you need to move through the recovery process. You’ll learn how to live a life that’s free from addiction and how to better manage your mental health too.

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An Integrated Treatment Program for Co-Occurring Disorders

The Lucida treatment team addresses substance abuse and mental health issues at the same time. We take a biopsychosocial approach to individualized treatment. This means we examine all the different forces in your life that led to your addiction, including biological, psychological and social factors.

Expert Care from an Interdisciplinary Treatment Team

Addiction is complicated. Co-occurring disorders like depression and bipolar disorder make it more so. The inpatient treatment program at Lucida helps you address all these problems at once.

Lucida clients work with a team of addiction experts, including a psychiatrist and therapists. Our interdisciplinary team helps you recover from addiction while you learn to more effectively manage your mental health issues. With this two-pronged approach, you’re better-equipped to stay sober in the long term.

The Path to Addiction Recovery

Before You Arrive at Lucida

There are just a few things you’ll need to do before you come to Florida for treatment at Lucida. The first thing is to give us a call at 844-874-8503. You can arrange a free, confidential assessment, a facility tour and a meeting with our admissions team.

Depending on your situation, you might need medically assisted detox before you come to Lucida. If so, we can refer you to a trusted local facility, where you can detox under the care of medical professionals. Once you complete detox, you’ll be ready to come to Lucida to work on your recovery.

The Lucida Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Lucida’s treatment team addresses addiction and mental health issues at the same time. We start with a biopsychosocial assessment, where we examine what factors led you to addiction, as well as your current mental and physical health.

Once the assessment is complete, your treatment team will develop a customized treatment plan. This may include a therapy schedule, along with optional therapies and a recommended length of stay.

At Lucida you’ll have access to evidence-based treatments and alternative therapies. Types of treatment may include:

  • Individual and group psychotherapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy skills
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Trauma resolution therapies, such as EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
  • Psychoeducational groups
  • 12-step support groups
  • 12-step alternatives, such as SMART Recovery®
  • Psychiatric care and medication management
  • Medically assisted suboxone tapers
  • Yoga
  • Family therapy programs
  • Comprehensive continuing care planning
  • Relapse prevention planning

We offer a wide range of treatment and therapy options because we know that no single treatment works for every person. For instance, while many people find 12-step programs helpful, some prefer a different approach. That’s why we offer SMART Recovery and other alternatives, as well as 12-step support.

Life After Lucida

What happens after you complete residential substance abuse treatment at Lucida? For many people, this is the most vulnerable stage. When you return to normal life, you might come face-to-face with the situations and triggers that contributed to your alcohol or drug addiction.

But there’s a difference. Now that you’ve completed treatment, you have the skills and knowledge you need to stay sober. You understand what led you to addiction, and you have training and support to help you resist relapse.

We want your transition back to daily life to be as smooth as possible. That’s why we offer aftercare planning and support from day one of treatment. We’ll work with your primary therapist and your family to make sure support systems are in place for you once you leave Lucida. And we’ll provide referrals and follow-ups to help you on your path to recovery.

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About Lucida

Lucida is located near the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, Florida. Our clients stay in semi-private or private suites and rooms in comfortable, modern townhomes. The treatment facility is just a few steps away and offers an onsite fitness center and swimming pool, along with the treatment program.

Insurance

Lucida is in-network with a number of insurance carriers. We offer other payment options too, including private payment. In some cases, your treatment program might be covered even if you have out-of-network insurance.

To help make a difficult time a little easier, we’ll work with your insurance provider to make sure you get the maximum coverage possible with your plan.

Getting to Lucida

We can help coordinate travel for you, your family and any travel companions you have. If intervention services are needed, we can help with that too.

Support for Families

A dual diagnosis of addiction and mental illness doesn’t just affect the person who’s suffering. It affects family and friends too. In the same way, addiction recovery doesn’t have to be a solo effort. In fact, it works best when an addict is supported by their loved ones.

At Lucida, you have the option for weekly family therapy, either over the phone or in person. We also offer monthly family workshop weekends at our residential treatment center. And your loved ones can talk to your primary therapist—with your permission—for updates on your progress.

Don’t Wait to Make a Change

There is no easy path out of alcohol or drug addiction. It’s hard work, but it’s worthwhile because that work is the key to breaking free.

The Lucida residential addiction treatment program could change your life. Call 844-874-8503 to get started.

This entry was posted on November 14, 2013 and modified on May 2, 2019
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