NEW YORK, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- United Recovery Project, announces the launch of their new prestigious and comprehensive rehabilitation center in Hollywood, Florida. Established in 2016 CEO and Co-Founder, Bryan Alzate, United Recovery Project seeks to establish their facility as one of the premier treatment centers in the United States. Mr. Alzate, who has been an active member of the recovery community being substance abuse free for nearly a decade himself, brings a unique vision to the center's mission. "I was tired of seeing treatment centers neglect and abuse their clients for profit. I wanted to help people and create a movement in the industry that made the still suffering addict and their families the only priority," states CEO and Co-Founder, Bryan Alzate.
Currently, substance use and addiction constitute one of the largest public health problems in the Nation and overseas. The results contribute to numerous medical afflictions, fatalities and social consequences in addition to costly health and justice expenditures. There is insurmountable evidence that points to the most effective policies and programs that are well thought out, planned and implemented, strategically executed that make a substantial difference in the lives of those that seek treatment and rehabilitation in a safe environment. The staff and Executive management team at United Recovery Project incorporated these goals into their program's mission.
URP provides a safe and healing environment where clients are given the resources they need to achieve a complete and comprehensive health and wellness plan. To date, United Recovery Project has established a unique program unlike their competition which has driven them to an unprecedented success rate for their clients in the short time that they have opened their doors. The most significant difference with United Recovery Project's program is that it is tailored to each individual client, which incorporates various therapy methods for a variety of addictions and traumas without a track method within a general population program. URP residents benefit from not just one-on-one and group therapy, but a customized plan that incorporates mental, physical, spiritual, social and environmental therapy to help ease each individual through the transition to sobriety.
"I came to work at URP because of Bryan's sincere character and dedicated passion for helping others. I have known him in a personal capacity for over 10 years and the service and love that he shows everyone that he encounters has inspired me in my own life. Our team at URP takes his lead and goes above and beyond for clients and their families. There is no other place I would rather call "work." We pour our hearts and souls into URP because it is a family, not a company," states Chris LiVolsi, Director of Admissions. The team members and staff exude this positive mindset which is exemplified throughout the program, ensuring their clients and participants in the program receive the same treatment and respect that the staff has for one another.
The staff and Executive team at United Recovery Project address the often overlooked issue of co-occurring PTSD and other mental health issues that are frequently associated with substance use and the transition to sobriety. URP has developed a task model, competency approach to treatment which assists their residents with the ability to best manage their emotions without the use of chemical dependency.
The facility itself, is located in Hollywood, Florida, North of Miami Beach, on a beautiful and tranquil property which offers both Male and Female residences in a luxurious setting. With luscious landscapes, swimming pool and refined finishes throughout the property, United Recovery Project provides a serene environment which helps nurture the healing process for clients during their transition period of healing to sobriety. As an added benefit, URP offers a free evaluation of their client's insurance coverage prior to the admission process to ensure that enrollees are covered for their stay in the program.
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