Mission and Philosophy

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The Mission and Philosophy of Futures

Our philosophy is that recovery from both addictions and co-occurring disorders require a multidisciplinary approach to address the many underlying motivational factors that initiate and maintain these addictive and maladaptive processes.

Our Mission

The mission at Futures is to create the highest quality addictions and co-occurring disorders program available, combining the most in-depth evidenced-based treatment with a five star level of personal service.  Our goal is to create an integrated multidisciplinary approach that is extensive and life-changing, working at both the core emotional level to uncover the central issues driving the addiction or co-occurring disorder, and at the practical level, creating coping skills and a detailed life plan that prevent the individual from relapsing back into old patterns.

Philosophy

Our philosophy is that recovery from both addictions and co-occurring disorders require a multidisciplinary approach to address the many underlying motivational factors that initiate and maintain these addictive and maladaptive processes.  These motivational factors include physiological, emotional, social, personal learning history, and environmental influences, each of which requires specific treatment interventions.  It is also our philosophy to continually evaluate and improve our evidenced-based treatment interventions, as we strive toward our goal of delivering the highest possible recovery rates in the field of addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment.  Clients deserve a highly trained professional staff to provide these varying treatment interventions.  It is also our philosophy that clients will benefit most if they reside in a comfortable therapeutic environment that treats them with the utmost respect, and are given the highest quality of personal service as they engage in the difficult task of working on their recovery process.

Futures of Palm Beach Clinical Director John Maguire Speaks with Dr. Oz About Addiction Treatment and the Importance of Finding Balance

In the video below, Clinical Director John Maguire speaks about the toll that physical and psychological dependence on drugs takes on a person’s life. He explains that recovery is not just about addressing the addiction, but about finding a balance in life.

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What is CARF? — The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a nonprofit and independent accreditor of health and human services.

What Does CARF Do? — CARF helps treatment centers achieve internationally recognized standards by working with them to improve the quality and value of their services.

What is The Joint Commission? — The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization, that accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States.

What Does the Joint Commission Do? — The Joint Commission continuously improves health care for the public, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value.

The Accreditation Process — Both organizations conduct an on-site survey to evaluate the business and service standards of a facility. Then a facility must submit a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to address areas of improvement.

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