ABOUT RECOVERY KEYS
Founded in 2012 by a board-certified addiction medicine physician, Recovery Keys provides ambulatory detoxification services as well as day treatment (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) care for individuals struggling with drugs, alcohol, and co-occurring mental health disorders. It is among the 12 percent of Florida outpatient facilities that offer detox.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Programming at Recovery Keys is guided by the belief that addiction is a disease that can be treated by combining holistic and evidence-based therapies with personally tailored plans of care. According to its website, the center aims to “provide every individual with the support needed to change unhealthy perceptions and behaviors, and gain the confidence and skills needed to maintain their recovery in the long-term.”
Prior to beginning treatment, all clients are seen by one of the facility’s physicians for a comprehensive assessment that takes into consideration a range of factors such as level of usage and physical, psychological, social, and familial history. Those seeking to significantly reduce their cravings and physical discomfort brought on by withdrawal may receive Suboxone, Vivitrol, or another prescribed medication. Following a brief period of detoxing from their or a close family member’s home, clients can begin the counseling and treatment process through either day or IOP treatment.
While participants of PHP meet five days a week for a total of 20 to 24 hours of weekly treatment over the course of a month, those in IOP attend about 10 to 15 hours of treatment for a period of eight or more weeks. In both programs, however, treatment is based on the 12 Steps, is abstinence-centered, and includes individual, group, and family therapy, along with medication management, where needed. Holistic activities include mindfulness, meditation, biofeedback, self-hypnosis, and yoga. There are also educational groups that cover areas such as nutrition and exercise alongside process groups and recreational and creative therapy groups.
Recovery Keys runs family education groups and an aftercare and post-treatment monitoring program, which meets for one hour every week. Program graduates, according to the facility’s website, often attend continuing care groups and meetings for years after completing outpatient treatment to strengthen their relapse prevention skills and provide and receive support from one another.
There are also specialized services designed for physicians, pharmacists, pilots, attorneys, business executives, and other professionals seeking recovery from unhealthy habits and addictive behaviors.
Led by a physician who is board-certified in addiction medicine, the multidisciplinary treatment team at Recovery Keys is made up of licensed and certified social workers, marriage and family therapists, and a nutrition counselor. Like 30 percent of other Florida facilities, Recovery Keys is accredited by the Joint Commission.
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On Google, however, where six individuals awarded Recovery Keys an above-average rating of 3.7 out of five stars to date, feedback was mostly positive. In their written commentary, two five-star reviewers found the staff to be proficient, knowledgeable, patient, and caring, while one referred to the specific program they attended as a “wonderful alternative” to residential treatment. “I am getting my life back and cannot express my gratitude enough to do justice to the program and all of those involved,” wrote grateful alum Chris.
According to its website, Recovery Keys accepts most private insurance plans including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, Optum, and UnitedHealthcare, amongst others. Financing options may be available. Is is one of 463 Florida facilities to accept private insurance.
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