Personalized Substance Abuse Recovery Programs
Catering to the needs of each individual
As specialists in treating alcoholism, substance abuse and drug addiction, we realize that these diseases are unique to the individual, and not everyone may need the same level of care. As a result, we offer several personalized options to accommodate the needs of all of our clients.
Benefits Of Choosing Our Programs
A Lifetime of Support
Our help doesn’t stop when treatment is complete–our alumni program is always here
Tailored to You
All programs are custom designed to meet individual needs
Be Equipped for Real Life
Understand the reasons behind addiction and gain the skills to stay clean and sober
Personalized addiction treatment programs elevate the care our clients receive, further supporting their recovery
Frequently Asked Questions
Is your program accredited?
Yes, we are licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families and are accredited by and exceed the standards set forth by the Joint Commission Accredited Health
Organization (JACHO), which is the gold standard of treatment. We are also associated with the Better Business Bureau as well as Police Community Partners.
How long does treatment last?
Our continuum of care traditionally runs from 30 to 120 days up to six months, depending on the needs of the client. Our alumni program offers ongoing client support.
Do you treat dual diagnosis?
Yes, through psychiatric evaluation and assessment, you will be treated by highly qualified addiction clinicians and with a collegial, team approach.
How do I choose the right rehab facility?
We don’t get clients in and out of our doors. We walk the journey with you for an extended period of time. We are committed to walking with you as you transition back into the world, and we continue to be there for you to help you maintain your sobriety.
Our Happy Clients
“So instead of my story starting at birth (which is a horrendous story in itself!), I’m going to start where my addiction really started, which was 2006 while I was working as a nurse. I had very recently gotten a divorce and had untreated mental health issues. I began using meth to self-medicate because I felt so down…
Addiction is often mistaken as a moral weakness, but it’s..
When we think of a healthy relationship, we envision stability,..
Are you deeply concerned about a loved one who is..
We Accept Most Major Insurances and Private Pay Options are Available.
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