Pathway to Hope, a female-only Delphi Behavioral Health Group facility based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, provides quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment services to women who want to heal from substance abuse.
We opened our doors in 2012 after realizing our desire to change the addiction treatment process from within. Much of our staff has been through personal experiences with addiction, so not only have we treated it, but we also have lived it. We truly understand the challenges that you or your loved one is facing.
We believe addiction is a chronic brain disease that is treatable, and we address all aspects of addiction from beginning to end. When people come through our doors, they immediately experience the Delphi Difference, which is the special standards of quality, excellence, and integrity we adhere to in order to ensure our clients come first no matter which Delphi facility they choose.
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Pathway to Hope offers you the personalized attention needed to get to the root of your dependence or addiction. Our ideal client-to-clinician ratio helps you get the most out of the personal connections you make during your time at our intimate facility. We also have round-the-clock care from highly qualified medical and addiction care specialists who use the latest methods based on current addiction therapy research.
Your recovery program will be tailored to your needs and adjusted throughout the process to ensure you receive the care you need at all times. There are no cookie-cutter programs here as we help you address not only the physical part of addiction but also the patterns of thoughts and behaviors that accompany substance abuse.
After you have completed a medical detox, the common required first step in treatment, we can then help you find the proper treatment setting for you.
Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) that serve as a bridge between residential and outpatient programs for women who need this level of care. These structured programs—also called partial-day treatment programs or day programs—provide a higher level of care than that of an outpatient program but with less supervision than a residential one.
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) ensure support for women recovering from substance abuse and addiction without requiring them to stay in our facility overnight. IOPs may be an ideal option for people who have completed a medical detox and higher levels of care, such as partial hospitalization and residential treatment programs. They also are designed to help people who have relapsed recently and need more time to recover and those who are transitioning to a full-time sober home facility or halfway house.
When you or your loved one has completed your treatment program with us, we’re still here for you. We join you in your long-term recovery goals, giving you every tool you need to see your full recovery through. The end of treatment is the beginning of something new and we offer aftercare services to help make that process easier, including an active alumni program that we are proud of.
There are many benefits to joining a network of supportive people who are united in their goal to live a life of sobriety. An alumni group keeps recovering substance users on the road, and also keeps them together where they can help one another get through the dark moments of recovery and bask in the light of the positive ones.