Ignite Recovery Center’s (IRC) Partial Hospitalization Program, also known as our Day or Night Treatment Program, is located in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. This program is for the treatment of men and women who are 18 plus years of age and who suffer from substance use/co-occurring disorders.
Individualized care at IRC is driven by a master treatment plan (MTP), which is client-centered and completed in therapeutic alliance with licensed and/or credentialed counselors. Clients engage in not only individual and group counseling, but also take part in initial and follow-up psychiatric and medical care. Treatment is tailored as needed as each individual presents with unique needs; therefore, personalized attention is given by motivated staff members dedicated to meeting such needs.
What to Expect
Our wellness initiative aims to achieve this new lifestyle through an intensive program of spiritual practice, self-discovery, and hard work. Clients participate in a structured treatment program schedule, which includes therapeutic individual and group counseling sessions. Clients participate in the therapeutic process through groups like:
- addiction education
- psycho-educational groups
- spiritually based groups
- relapse prevention
- life skills groups
- principles of recovery groups
Ignite Recovery Center provides academic and vocational support to help clients prepare to achieve their employment and educational goals. Holistic treatments are also implemented that include various mindfulness practices, experiential therapy, and nutrition education. The entire therapeutic process is facilitated by trained licensed and/or certified staff.
Clients are also assigned an individual counselor while they are participating in the program and each client receives a minimum of one 1 hour individual therapy session weekly.
Clients participate in 5 hours of group programming daily. The group therapy sessions last approximately 1 hour each.
The average length of stay in the program is 30 days.
Staff provides clinical assessment, treatment planning, case management, family education/involvement, relapse prevention, and discharge planning. All clinical services are supervised by the clinical and interdisciplinary team.