Dealing with any kind of substance abuse and traveling the long road to recovery from alcohol addiction can be a trying experience for patients and family members. But hope and treatment are closer than you think.
RMC is proud to have recently opened Inspire Treatment Services at the RMC – Jacksonville campus. This 16-bed inpatient acute care medical detoxification program is specifically designed for patients ages 19 and up. All patient rooms are private and a compassionate clinical treatment team, that includes a physician, nurse, nurse tech, masters level social worker, certified addiction counselor, and assistant counselors, uniquely care for each patient in our program.
Inspire Treatment Services offers patients a comprehensive continuum of care that includes structured individual therapy, group therapy, medication management and other services as needed. Our discharge planning team works closely with patients and family members to ensure patients receive appropriate support following discharge whether it is through intensive outpatient care, sober living houses, or AA and NA addiction recovery and support programs.
What separates Inspire from other inpatient substance abuse treatment facilities is our professional, competent and compassionate staff who are focused on evaluating a patient’s addiction and creating an integrated treatment approach to overcome root origins that trigger alcohol or substance abuse.
Team members use their specific training and skill in partnership with the patient to progress toward the goals of treatment. By implementing a patient-centered approach, the multi-disciplinary Inspire Treatment Team work collaboratively to assist the patient fully in his or her recovery. Family members and/or supportive persons are encouraged to participate throughout the treatment process at appropriate times during a patient’s recovery.
If you think a loved one may benefit from Inspire Treatment Services at RMC Jacksonville, please call our intake specialist number at 1(855) 852-2158 or 256-782-4330 for a confidential assessment. A physician will determine if the inpatient treatment criteria are met or if other treatment options are available.