Residential Long Term Treatment
Lakeland residential long term treatment is defined as a program which lasts more than 30 days, usually several months or up to a year. The length of stay will be determined by health-care professionals or court mandates. Not unlike short-term programs, Lakeland residential long term treatment services are provided to residents at a program which is maintained and operated to provide 24-hour, residential, non-medical, alcoholism or other drug addiction recovery or treatment services. Services are provided in an alcohol- and drug-free environment and are meant to support recovery or treatment for alcohol and/or other drug-related problems.