Levels of Care

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is appropriate for alcohol use disorders and opioid use disorders.

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Intensive Outpatient Programming

During intensive outpatient treatment, clients usually live off-site at a facility but are dedicated to preparing for life after rehab.

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Outpatient Programming

In outpatient programming, clients live at home or in a sober living home and commute to rehab during the week.

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Aftercare Planning

Outline each client’s next steps after their treatment ends, including follow-up appointments and recommendations for nearby support groups.

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Teletherapy

Register for our teletherapy services and we’ll match you with a licensed professional who will meet with you regularly.

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Paying for Rehab

There are several ways to pay for treatment at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab, including:

With private health insurance

Through private payments without insurance

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What to Expect

Knowing what to expect during outpatient treatment can prepare clients for a positive experience at The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab.

During outpatient treatment, clients can expect daytime treatment involving:

  • A physical and mental health assessment upon arrival
  • Medical support as needed
  • Mental health counseling for co-occurring disorders

For each client’s safety, the following items are not permitted at our center:

  • Drugs or alcohol, drug-related paraphernalia and clothing depicting drugs, explicit images or language
  • Products that contain alcohol as an ingredient, including hand sanitizer and mouthwash

What Our Clients Say

Greg Waldon J.
15:02 18 Aug 21
Recovery Village is a Great place to get sober. The Therapy is Great and Very Helpful..
Ed J.
18:21 30 Jun 21
Great experience
Ashley M.
16:05 10 Jun 21
Edmundo was a good therapist and gave me constructive feedback. I feel hat the IOP therapists could have been more prepared for their groups and done a better job at redirecting people when they got off topic. Overall everyone was nice.
Jeffrey S.
20:48 09 Jun 21
Dr. Rohaidy’s a great psychiatrist who always gives me her full attention and great advice. The recovery village is easily accessible and has given me great service especially during the pandemic.
arleen G.
23:49 07 May 21
Excellent doctor
Stephanie M.
21:17 07 May 21
The Recovery Village has been wonderful with helping me get started with my journey becoming a brighter, better person.
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Our Staff

The medical team, clinicians and staff at The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab have years of experience treating substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues. Each member of our team works to ensure our clients have everything they need to pursue recovery, long after treatment ends.

We are looking for nurses and other clinical staff to join our Miami outpatient team.

Medical Director
Rachel Rohaidy, MD Medical Director
Clinical Director
David Sloan, LMHC, CAP Clinical Director
Medical Director
Dr. James Drury, DO Medical Director
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Now Offering Online Counseling Services

The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab now offers teletherapy treatment for those who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.

At Advanced Recovery Systems, patient safety is our top priority. We remain open and committed to providing critical addiction treatment. We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve.

To ensure you have full access to our rehab and therapy services, know that our staff is experienced and trained in telehealth and online counseling services for mental health, addiction, and overall drug and alcohol rehab support.

We’re still here for you during the coronavirus pandemic, because we’re in this together.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s our goal to answer each person’s questions about rehab so that they know what to expect at The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab. We’re happy to answer frequently asked questions about rehab, including:

Q: How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?

A: How much rehab costs varies depending on your insurance coverage and the kind of treatment you need. Typically, intensive levels of care like detox and inpatient involve the highest costs, while outpatient programs tend to cost less because they involved fewer programming hours and medical resources.

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Q: Is outpatient rehab expensive?

A: The total cost of outpatient rehab varies depending on factors like insurance coverage and how long a person stays in treatment. Generally, outpatient rehab is less expensive than inpatient treatment. Call us today to see if your health insurance policy will cover outpatient services.

Q: Can I still go to outpatient care if my home life isn’t stable?

A: A home life that’s conducive to recovery is important to maintain sobriety. If a client’s home is unstable, our representatives may be able to recommend nearby sober living housing where clients can stay during outpatient treatment.

Q: What happens when I call the facility?

A: When you call The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab, your call is free and confidential. You’ll talk with a caring representative who will ask questions about your drug and alcohol use, current situation and more. This first conversation helps inform your initial assessment once you arrive at our center.

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Q: Does your facility cover travel costs?

A: When you call The Recovery Village Miami at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab, your call is free and confidential. You’ll talk with a caring representative who will ask questions about your drug and alcohol use, current situation and more. This first conversation helps inform your initial assessment once you arrive at our center.

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