United Recovery Project

United Recovery Project

By The Fix staff 08/31/17

United Recovery Project is an excellent option for luxury treatment in South Florida. The program makes a special effort to meet clients where they are at the time of admission.

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United Recovery Project
Location : 5900 Johnson St Hollywood, FL 33021
Phone : (888) 699-9395
Price : Call for Pricing
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Insurance : No
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Introduction and Basic Services

United Recovery Center based in Hollywood, Florida, was founded by Bryan Alzate who brings his personal experience in recovery to his clients to provide luxury treatment. Clients reside in a sober living estate while attending an outpatient program. Treatment tracks include a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that utilize evidence-based treatment models and include dual diagnosis support, extensive therapy and aftercare.

Facility and Meals

Clients reside in huge, Mediterranean style homes and have the option of private or semi-private bedrooms with shared bathrooms. The men's and women's residences are separated, and both offer a variety of luxurious amenities and perks. Everything is top of the line from the appliances to the pools. Clients have access to satellite television and wireless Internet throughout the homes, and the spacious and beautifully decorated residences have common areas that include large living rooms, game rooms, sprawling outdoor spaces, state of the art kitchens and dining rooms.

Meals are prepared and served to the clients while in treatment. Breakfast and dinner take place in the residence and lunch is served at the treatment facility, which is catered daily.

Treatment Protocol and Team

Clients receive an individualized treatment plan during their initial assessment. On average clients stay in treatment for 28 days, though some may opt to remain for up to 60. Each specific program is strength based and aims for long term recovery and overall wellness.

For the most part clients begin in the day program, which in the most intensive track, running five days a week for five hours. The step down program is the IOP that takes place up to nine hours a week. Clients staying in sober living have transportation to treatment. Both treatment tracks include a variety of group therapy sessions, life skills training, individual therapy, recreation and psychoeducation.

Every day is different and activities vary greatly. Clients have at least one individual therapy session per week, and several groups per day. Group focus on past traumas, relapse prevention, coping skills, dealing with stress and meditation practices. Medication management is offered for those struggling with a co-occurring disorder. Each client works with their counselor on specific treatment goals during their program and has frequent check in’s throughout to assure they are staying on their path. For those staying in the residence, there are also weekly house and peer meetings and random drug testing. Additionally, the aftercare alumni program offers up to six hours a week of group treatment and one individual session if desired.

The staff at United Recovery Project brings over 100 years of combined experience to their clients. They are Master’s-level MFTs, CAPs, and CADCs.

Bonus Amenities

Holistic treatment options, like art and music therapy, are integrated into programming. There are also fun sober outings like deep sea fishing, laser tag, horseback riding and beach days.

Summary

United Recovery Project is an excellent option for luxury treatment in South Florida. The program makes a special effort to meet clients where they are at the time of admission. The goal is to provide a solid recovery foundation and education that will remain with them for life.

United Recovery Project

5900 Johnson St

Hollywood, FL 33021

(888) 699-9395

[email protected]

United Recovery Project Cost: Call for details; accepts insurance. Find United Recovery Project onFacebook and Twitter

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