Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment

At Banyan Hyde Park, we understand the importance of delivering the most effective and comprehensive treatment solutions to women who suffer from substance use disorders. As a proud addition to the Banyan Treatment Center family, Hyde Park in Tampa is able to provide a seamless transition from each level-of-care, as the patient progresses in their recovery journey.  

Residential treatment at Banyan Hyde Park serves as an initial step-down program for women who have completed a medically monitored detoxification, as well as a starting point for those who are not in need of detoxification services. Our highly trained and trusted professionals utilize the most innovative therapeutic modalities in our treatment approach, ensuring that each woman receives the necessary tools to lead healthy and productive lives.

The Importance of Residential Treatment

Residential care is a fundamental step in the treatment and recovery process. It allows patients to face the underlying causes of their addiction in a safe and supportive environment, and gain essential coping strategies to tackle temptation post-treatment.  

Our experts recognize that addiction is not simply “black and white.” Each woman that arrives at our doors comes with their own unique set of circumstances and experiences, and as such, it is our belief that treatment must be tailored to fit their needs. Upon arrival, each patient will undergo a full evaluation by our clinicians in order to construct the most efficacious treatment plans. By approaching care in a comprehensive manner, the whole individual is treated, and not merely the symptoms of their disease.   

During residential care at Banyan Hyde Park, patients will participate in an array of traditional and holistic therapy programs, including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Music Therapy, Family Therapy, Meditation, and much more. Through a variety of therapeutic modalities and ancillary services, the patient can begin to heal mind, body, and soul.

How Residential Care Works

Residential care at Hyde Park in Tampa provides complete personalized services free from all distractions. In the early stages of recovery, it can be quite easy for an individual to feel temptation from the outside world and cravings for their drug of choice. That is why this step in the treatment process is so very crucial for one’s success. This is the time to break free from all things that may influence negative behavior and be a detriment to ongoing sobriety. 

During this stage of drug and alcohol rehab, patients reside on campus where recovery support staff is present 24-hours a day. A typical day at Hyde Park consists of patient participation in clinical groups, individual sessions, and holistic therapies. In the evening, women will attend 12-step meetings to begin building a support network within the local recovering community, and on weekends, recreational outings are planned off-site.  

Our multidisciplinary approach to addiction treatment allows women to dig deeper into the root causes of their disease, and learn how to change unhealthy behaviors and negative thinking patterns. As a result, patients become empowered, as they discover who they truly are.  It is here at Banyan Hyde Park that women can feel safe and supported, as they take the necessary steps to rebuild their lives.

Getting Help Today at Hyde Park in Tampa

Through our Residential Treatment Program, we have been able to help countless women combat their disease, and take control of their lives once more. If you or a loved one is in need of substance abuse help, our nationwide drug and alcohol rehab facilities provide the highest level of addiction treatment services.

Contact us today to learn more about residential care at Banyan Hyde Park, as well as the many other programs we offer, including partial hospitalization programming (PHP), and intensive outpatient programming (IOP), and alumni services.

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