Pathway to Hope

Personalized help with substance use and addiction is always within reach at Pathway to Hope. Our facility, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, offers quality treatment services for substance addiction and welcomes all who want to start anew.

Pathway to Hope is proud to be part of Delphi Behavioral Health Group, a leading substance treatment provider with facilities throughout South Florida, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Our story starts in 2012 when we searched within ourselves and realized we wanted to change the traditional way of treating substance addiction.

Some of us have personally battled the struggles of overcoming addiction ourselves, so we know this journey and where it can lead the person who wants to leave addiction in the past. We wanted to share our experiences and what we learned with others. We understand the challenges of those in active addiction and their families, and we want to help.

At  Pathway to Hope, our clients are not just another name on the sign-in sheet. We treat each client with respect and dignity, and we encourage them to experience the Delphi Difference, ensuring they will always come first.

Our individualized programs meet our clients where they are and address their needs at the stage they are in. After completing a medical detox, which is standard and the first step of treatment for many people, you can choose from our programs that guide people through other levels of care that follow residential treatment.

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At Pathway to Hope, we offer:

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). This kind of program, also known as a partial day program or day program, helps ease clients’ transition from residential care into less-structured settings that offer supervision with some flexibility and independence. 

Residential care offers around-the-clock, personalized attention throughout the day. While it is ideal for clients to stay in a long-term, distraction-free setting for as long as they need to, the reality is they will have to move on and rejoin society at some point. Still, we understand this is a critical time in recovery and that everyone progresses at their own pace. PHPs can offer the bridge to people at this point in recovery. Those who have co-occurring disorders can benefit from PHP as well as others who need extra support as they work toward full-time sobriety.

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Partial hospitalization programs allow people to move at a pace that is comfortable for them. At the same time, some people have graduated from needing more supervision but are not quite ready to be on their own. Physical, mental, and emotional support are also available in a partial day program. Clients attend intensive therapies for a set number of hours a week while they live on-site at a facility or off-site in transitional housing.

A PHP usually operates in the daytime hours for a specific number of hours on weekdays.  Clients do not need 24-hour supervision or medical assistance as they did in a residential setting, but they still must meet their weekly commitments and therapies.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): This program offers the same therapies and services as people in residential care or partial hospitalization receive. However, they are not required to stay at the facility overnight for weeks at a time. Intensive outpatient treatment is ideal for people who have already cycled through higher levels of care but need help in avoiding relapse or are transitioning to a sober living facility or even back home. 

It is easy to confuse IOP with outpatient treatment, which is OP for short. The latter requires nine hours or fewer for weekly therapy, while IOP requires nine hours or more. Outpatient programs overall are less-structured and also offer more flexibility when it comes to a person’s schedule. A person will need to be able to commit to their treatment at a facility and manage other responsibilities they have.

Alumni Group: When you finish your treatment program at Pathway to Hope, it will never mean you are alone and on your own, as you step into a new life. Our graduates keep in touch via our alumni group to encourage one another on the journey to sobriety, which is full of highs and lows, as it is with life in general. 

Having friends by your side who understand what you are going through and can relate can make recovery so much richer and meaningful.  Sober friends make the best friends to keep you focused on your goals and dreams. Our graduates participate in activities that encourage sober fun and positivity. They also meet and discuss issues that arise during recovery, no matter if you are new to it or years into it. 

Pathway to Hope’s alumni group holds regular meetings, social outings, and offers options that allow you to choose how active you want to be. We are also available online. Join our Facebook group here.

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Addiction is incurable but treatable, and we work to that end to do everything possible to meet people where they are and help them regain control of their lives away from this unrelenting disease. All of our clients receive the care they deserve with our client-to-clinician ratio, which encourages personal attention to each person’s unique needs. 

We also use sound evidence-based practices that are supported by extensive research and scientific evidence. We also offer therapies and counseling that allows you to look at the “why” behind your substance use and what you can do to avoid relapse.

Give us a call today so that we can speak more about your interest in turning your life around and how we might be able to help you. You can ask us any questions you may have, and we can guide you through our treatment process as it pertains to your situation. The sooner you call, the faster you can start recovery and rebuild your life.

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1901 West Cypress Creek Rd Ste 600
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309