Harbor Village Now Accepts Most major Insurance Companies

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Harbor Village announces accreditation by The Joint Commission, which allows the addiction treatment center to accept most major insurance companies.

The center believes in a multidimensional approach to drug detoxification, and seeks to espouse modern, western medicine with eastern philosophies and treatment.

Harbor Village Florida is an affordable drug rehabilitation center. The residential drug and alcohol treatment center specializes in detox therapy, which is the process drug addicts and alcoholics must undergo before checking themselves into a rehabilitation center. The goal of detoxification is to rid the body of any residual signs of drug substances, which is typically followed by withdrawal. Ideally, detoxification treatment is coupled with therapy to begin resolving the psychological dependence on drugs- detoxification is supremely effective only when both criteria of drug addiction or alcoholism are addressed (namely, physical and psychological dependencies). Detoxification treatment lasts for a period of one week up to 90 days. Harbor Village Florida has recently received accreditation by The Joint Commission, which is the highest certification a detoxification center can achieve. Accreditation by The Joint Commission signifies that the addiction treatment center allows a wider range of insurance companies to grant coverage, and in some cases, 100% financing for detox treatment is now available.

Accreditation by The Joint Commission is acquired through a gauntlet of stringent facility necessities, and demands that medical staff receive continual training. Additionally, the accreditation merits that augmented precautions are taken when protecting the privacy of medical documentation and logbooks, and ensures that the facility’s staff is closely monitored, and are always accounted for. The facility must be equipped with superior labs, and the health care provided must exceed the state’s minimum standards of treatment. To offer a comparison, hospitals are required to have accreditation from The Joint Commission, whereas detox treatment facilities are not.

Harbor Village, which offers inpatient drug and detoxification treatment, is committed to successfully detoxifying their clients so that they may successfully pursue full time drug rehabilitation treatment; they state “Your sobriety is our priority.” The center believes in a multidimensional approach to drug detoxification, and seeks to espouse modern, western medicine with eastern philosophies and treatment. The drug and alcohol rehab centers offers their clients meditation, yoga, and acupuncture- in addition to a fully equipped spa and salon.

The affordable treatment center provides its clients with 24 hour medical and mental health care to ensure that the road to recovery is never compromised. They state that their “medical professionals include nurses, psychiatrists, counselors, and hospitality support.” Harbor Village’s approach to detoxification does not cease at medical and mental health treatment; the facility attempts to include a variety of different treatment methods to appeal to individual treatment, “our caring staff understands that each person faces different levels of addiction and requires different forms of support.”

Harbor Village Florida is located in sunny south Florida, and often flies clients down south from all over the country, to enroll in their treatment center. They seek to provide “a safe, comfortable and effective inpatient detoxification process that ensures [their] guests will leave clean and sober.” The addiction treatment center is fully furnished with a myriad of luxury amenities, including private bedrooms, Xbox consoles, and Netflix access. Additionally, clients are provided with gourmet meals. Harbor Village believes that healthy cuisine goes a long way in promoting the healing process.

For more information visit http://harborvillageflorida.com/ or call 1-855-290-4261.

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