Drug & Alcohol Rehab: 1st Step’s Mission
1st Step Behavioral Health is a licensed dual-diagnosis long-term care facility, Accredited by the Joint Commission. We focus on physiological rebalancing of the individual through medical, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual care. As a comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment center, we are able to assist individuals and families affected by addiction and mental health on their journey of recovery, from detox and assessment all the way through to the end of treatment, and aftercare.
Each client at our alcohol and drug addiction treatment center have their own unique story and experience with how substance abuse took ahold of their life. Our goal at 1st Step Behavioral Health is for our clients to surrender the urge to “fix” themselves and begin to participate in the natural healing process of life through our treatment programs. Once the goal of accepting help is achieved, the problem turns into becoming a solution.
It is our mission that patients will always receive a standard of high-quality care and treatment, resulting in an outcome of successfully bettering oneself, creating a healthy lifestyle, and most importantly, achieving long-term sobriety.
1st Step Behavioral Health
Drug & Alcohol Rehab
At 1st Step, the primary focus of our substance abuse treatment is meeting each individual in the present moment to guide them along their journey of recovery. Making the decision to find help at one of the many existing Florida drug and alcohol treatment centers isn’t the kind of decision anyone necessarily makes enthusiastically. Some people can experience relief or a sense of freedom in realizing they need help with substance abuse, but many will have complex ideas and feelings about confronting their problems. 1st Step Behavioral Health is a Florida drug and alcohol treatment center dedicated to helping people on an individual basis, discover for themselves the steps they will need to take to achieve a lasting change. If you or your loved one is suffering from addiction, or any co-occurring mental health conditions, we invite you to call today.
The Gift of Recovery with Alcohol and Drug Rehab at 1st Step
1st Step is a vision started by Gus Crocco, L.C.S.W., who has over 25 years of experience in the field of Addictions and Co-Occurring disorders. Today his vision has been realized and cultivated into a comprehensive treatment program. Everyone who is a part of the staff at 1st Step believes that the disease of addiction and/or co-occurring disorders is treatable, and is dedicated to helping others achieve their goals in recovery.
From the founder Gus Crocco to the support staff, everyone at 1st Step is invested in encouraging the recovery process. We believe the greatest gift a person can receive is the gift of a long lasting recovery. This gift allows you to see life through the eyes of someone with a deep understanding of lessons from the past. Imagine what it would be like to have this insight, and to be able to make changes today based on that knowledge. At 1st Step Behavioral Health, we believe recovering from addiction and dual diagnosis is exactly that; a new life forged from the knowledge of the past. Don’t hesitate to reach out for help today.
“From the first second I called, I felt more at ease than I ever had before. As a mother of an addict, the call is never easy and I had done it several times before. My son was in and out of several treatment facilities; 4 or 5 as I remember. None of them can compare to 1st Step and their incredible staff.”
“As a former client at First Step Behavioral Health, my experiences have been a growing, eye opening one to say the least. This place helped to break down my underlying issues and support me in building myself back up. From the tech staff to the clinical team, the help provided is incredible.”
“Constant relapses and close calls with death had our family so disheartened as to wondering if our daughter would ever recover. Until we found 1st Step. Not only is she thriving now, but our entire family was educated on the whole disease process of addiction and how important it is to give the right kind of support.”