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Rehab Centers in
West Palm Beach

Rehab Centers in
West Palm Beach

South Florida’s brush with addiction is lengthy, beginning with the wholesale smuggling of bootleg hooch during Prohibition, continuing through the cocaine snowstorm of the high-flying 80’s, and persisting today with the ongoing opioid epidemic – a national crisis for sure, but one that has had a particularly deep impact on the South Florida region. The reasons for South Florida’s deeply-rooted drug ties are obvious: proximity to drug manufacturers in Central and South America, and thousands of miles of hard-to-patrol coastline ideal for dumping drugs. It all makes for a lucrative – and lethal – combination.

With drug smuggling and distribution comes drug use, another long-standing problem for residents of West Palm Beach and the rest of South Florida. And with drug use comes the need for effective treatment. Fortunately, those seeking help with a drug or alcohol addiction problem will find in West Palm Beach and its surroundings a generous, vibrant recovery community – and an exceptionally large pool of rehab centers to choose from. Here’s a look at the current drug treatment environment in West Palm Beach, and how to find the rehab center in the West Palm Beach area that best suits your needs.

South Florida’s brush with addiction is lengthy, beginning with the wholesale smuggling of bootleg hooch during Prohibition, continuing through the cocaine snowstorm of the high-flying 80’s, and persisting today with the ongoing opioid epidemic – a national crisis for sure, but one that has had a particularly deep impact on the South Florida region. The reasons for South Florida’s deeply-rooted drug ties are obvious: proximity to drug manufacturers in Central and South America, and thousands of miles of hard-to-patrol coastline ideal for dumping drugs. It all makes for a lucrative – and lethal – combination.

With drug smuggling and distribution comes drug use, another long-standing problem for residents of West Palm Beach and the rest of South Florida. And with drug use comes the need for effective treatment. Fortunately, those seeking help with a drug or alcohol addiction problem will find in West Palm Beach and its surroundings a generous, vibrant recovery community – and an exceptionally large pool of rehab centers to choose from. Here’s a look at the current drug treatment environment in West Palm Beach, and how to find the rehab center in the West Palm Beach area that best suits your needs.

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West Palm Beach Drug & Rehab Trends

The opioid epidemic has hit the West Palm Beach area particularly hard over the past few years. According to recent data, the West Palm Beach Medical Examiners District saw the highest number of heroin-related deaths (205) of all districts in the state in 2016.
[Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons by Florida Medical Examiners: 2016 Annual Report, pg. 44]

With such troubling figures regarding substance abuse, it’s no surprise that West Palm Beach and its surroundings are home to such a large number of drug rehab centers. There are 19 substance abuse treatment facilities currently located within West Palm Beach city limits. And there are nearly 100 substance abuse treatment facilities currently operating within a 30 mile radius of West Palm Beach, including centers located in the communities of Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and Deerfield Beach, among others.
[Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)]

Another frightening opioid trend in West Palm Beach is the growing abuse of fentanyl. Again, the West Palm Beach area sadly led the rest of the state in 2016, with 183 deaths caused by the use of fentanyl analogs.
[Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons by Florida Medical Examiners: 2016 Annual Report, pg. 37]

Opioids are not the only drugs wreaking havoc in West Palm Beach. In fact, the most frequent drug found in decedents statewide in 2016 was alcohol, followed by benzodiazepines, cocaine, cannabinoids, and morphine.
[Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons by Florida Medical Examiners: 2016 Annual Report, pg. ii]

South Florida is the number one point of entry in the United States for heroin originating in South America.
[Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office]

Choosing a West Palm Beach Treatment Center

Choosing the right drug rehab for you or a loved one will depend on a number of important factors, including the substance being abused, length of drug use and depth of dependence, family, school and/or work obligations, and – frankly – ability to pay. Fortunately, for the reasons touched on earlier, the South Florida region might well be described as “ground zero” for drug and alcohol treatment in the United States. There are literally hundreds of drug rehab facilities residing in South Florida, each with its own unique mission, philosophy, treatment approach, specialized programs, and clientele. The result is that anyone looking for help with a substance abuse problem in the West Palm Beach area is likely to find a quality program nearby.

A great source for starting any drug rehab center search is this treatment services locator map, made available by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The map allows the user to customize his or her search based on a wide range of factors, such as type of care, service settings, accepted method(s) of payment, and more.

Top 10 Rehab Centers in West Palm Beach

Ambrosia Treatment Center

ADDRESS:

222 Piccadilly St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

PHONE:

(888) 492-1633

Ambrosia Treatment Center

Rehab services offered by the Ambrosia treatment center include: assessment, taking into account the substance or substances involved, length of addiction, patient’s physical health, and other mental health issues; medically-assisted detoxification, typically lasting three to ten days; residential treatment consisting of intense counseling, education, and learning life and coping skills (14 to 35 days); and continued care, which may include outpatient or intensive outpatient care, and housing in a sober living environment. Ambrosia encourages family involvement via phone, text, email, and in-person meetings. In addition to its West Palm Beach facility, Ambrosia operates locations in Port St. Lucie and Singer Island in Florida, as well as Medford, New Jersey and Beverly Hills, California.

Sunshine Recovery Center

ADDRESS:

2508 N Australian Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

PHONE:

(561) 660-9594

Sunshine Recovery Center

Sunshine Recovery Center offers a number of treatment options, including outpatient and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs, as well as partial hospitalization (PHP). Sunshine Recovery’s substance abuse treatment plan utilizes the Matrix Model approach, a cognitive behavioral therapy that incorporates motivational interviewing, contingency management, family education, relapse prevention, and the most recent knowledge concerning brain chemistry. A unique feature of Sunshine Recovery is its horticultural therapy program which uses plants and gardening activities to improve participants’ physical, mental and social health. Other services available include dual diagnosis treatment, anger management, stress management, crisis intervention, grief and loss counseling, and life/job skills, job training and work placement assistance, among many others.

Inspire Recovery

ADDRESS:

909 N Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

PHONE:

(561) 899-6088

Inspire Recovery

Inspire Recovery focuses on providing a wide range of drug and alcohol recovery services for the LGBTQ+ community. Inspire combines “spiritually-inclusive” 12-step recovery with a variety of integrative therapies, such as meditation, tai chi, and nutrition coaching to “maximize a client’s potential to embracing long-term recovery.” Primary treatment programs include partial hospitalization (PHP), outpatient (OP), and intensive outpatient (IOP). Services and therapies available include, among others, sober housing, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), co-occurring disorder treatment, trauma therapy, and Creative Steps Group. Inspire clients who have completed all levels of care are invited to participate in one-hour weekly group sessions as part of Inspire’s Aftercare Alumni Program.

Rally Point Palm Beach

ADDRESS:

1130 Elizabeth Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

PHONE:

(888) 797-2559

Rally Point Palm Beach

Treatment options at Rally Point Palm Beach include: partial hospitalization program (PHP) featuring day or night treatment with community housing; intensive outpatient program (IOP); and outpatient program (OP). Patients participate in individual and group therapy sessions, family counseling, substance abuse education, lectures and presentations, life skills training, educational or employment support, nutrition education and guidance, and more. Additional activities offered include music therapy, art therapy, animal-assisted therapy, yoga, fitness training, and adventure therapy (involving ocean and other water experiences). Rally Point’s West Palm Beach location features three drug rehabilitation residences (Fortitude House, Victory House, and Unity House), along with Wisdom Hall, its rehabilitation clinical center. There are currently 15 beds available to inpatient clients.

New Objectives

ADDRESS:

8144 Okeechobee Blvd., #A
West Palm Beach, FL 33411

PHONE:

(888) 701-3243

New Objectives

New Objectives is a substance abuse rehab center providing treatment for those suffering from addictions to a number of substances, including heroin, opiates, cocaine, methamphetamine, alcohol, marijuana, and synthetic (designer) drugs. Treatment options offered at New Objectives include medically supervised drug detoxification, separate men’s and women’s treatment programs (including special services for pregnant women), family support education, LGBT addiction treatment, dual diagnosis treatment, and an employee assistance program. Additionally, New Objectives will work with family members and others in the planning and staging of drug interventions. Although primarily focused on inpatient treatment, New Objectives also offers a fully-licensed outpatient day/night option that allows clients to participate in therapies and group sessions at the main facility during the day while living with other clients in nearby housing at night.

The Haven Detox

ADDRESS:

1325 Haverhill Rd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33417

PHONE:

(561) 328-8627

The Haven Detox

The Haven Detox offers clinical detoxification services that allow patients to comfortably detox in a secure and safe environment. Medically-assisted detoxification is available for a number of substances, including alcohol, barbiturates, bath salts, benzodiazepine, cocaine, flakka, heroin and other opiates, methadone, methamphetamine, and suboxone. Admission is arranged by contacting an admissions counselor who will assist in providing an individualized price quote, payment options, and insurance verification. Admission can be arranged for the same day as the patient’s first phone call. Courtesy transportation is available for both local clients and those arriving at Palm Beach International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and Miami International Airport.

i-Kare Treatment Center

ADDRESS:

2200 N Florida Mango Rd., Suite 301
West Palm Beach, FL 33409

PHONE:

(561) 331-8453

i-Kare Treatment Center

Founded in 2014, i-Kare Treatment Center offers a number of outpatient-based rehab services for treating drug and alcohol addictions, and co-occurring disorders. Substances treated include alcohol, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and painkillers. Mental health issues addressed include anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, anger disorders, and trauma. Specific programs offered include partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient (OP). Additionally, i-Kare offers a program specifically for couples who wish to participate in recovery together that incorporates intensive outpatient treatment and participation in specialized couples groups. Both faith-based/Christian and traditional 12-step treatment tracks are available.

Awakenings for Women

ADDRESS:

275 NW 20th St.
Boca Raton, FL 33431

PHONE:

(877) 877-7272

Awakenings for Women

Awakenings for Women specializes in the treatment of women in recovery for drug and alcohol addiction. Awakenings provides two basic types of services: sober living accommodations, and an intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment program. Located in Boca Raton, an area offering over 600 12-step meetings weekly, Awakening’s sober living program offers recovery support and guidance in a safe, structured environment that promotes the transition from dependence to independence. Awakenings’ IOP is founded on the traditional 12-step recovery process, and provides treatment and counseling sessions, both individual and group, with certified credentialed addiction treatment staff. The IOP is open to both residents and non-residents of Awakenings’ housing program.

Palm Partners Recovery Center

ADDRESS:

160 NE 6th Ave., Suite A
Delray Beach, FL 33483

PHONE:

(877) 711-4673

Palm Partners Recovery Center

Palm Partner’s treatment programs are structured on a combination of the 12-step model integrated with a range of state-of-the-art treatment strategies. Programs and services available for drug and alcohol addiction include medical detoxification, inpatient residential, intensive outpatient (IOP), outpatient, dual diagnosis treatment, family counseling, and trauma resolution. Additionally, Palm Partners offers a unique program that allows clients to hire a life, family, relationship, or recovery coach – preferably at the completion of treatment – to provide support, encouragement, and insight to help facilitate long-term recovery success. Another unique feature is Palm Partners’ treatment “guarantee” that entitles clients to return to treatment – if needed – free of cost, providing that the client has successfully completed the center’s 90-day residential program and engaged in its coaching program for at least one year.

RECO Intensive

ADDRESS:

140 NE 4th Ave., Suites B, C, D & E
Delray Beach, FL 33483

PHONE:

(561) 808-7986

RECO Intensive

RECO Intensive specializes in both drug and alcohol addiction treatment, offering an exceptionally wide range of rehab services and sober living options. Substance abuse treatment at RECO centers on its intensive outpatient program (IOP), which is designed to further the recovery efforts of clients who either do not require or have completed participation in a detoxification program and/or inpatient treatment. Other available rehab services include supervised drug/alcohol detoxification, inpatient residential, partial hospitalization (PHP), and aftercare/alumni programs. RECO clients can participate in a number of “therapeutic excursion” activities, such as animal rescue and community service projects, nature-based healing walks, competitive recreation, a rope course, and more. RECO additionally offers an extensive range of luxury residential housing options, including separate men’s and women’s facilities.

Finding Affordable Rehab in West Palm Beach

Of course, not everyone is lucky enough to be covered by private health insurance or has the independent means to pay for drug rehab out-of-pocket. Those in financial need may be eligible to receive treatment fully or partially paid for through one or more of the following programs:

Medicaid is health insurance for low-income and needy adults and children, as well as the elderly and disabled. Medicaid is administered by the state government and financed through a combination of federal and state funds. Medicaid’s coverage for substance use disorder treatment was expanded under the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) to mirror ACA requirements for private insurers. Therefore, Medicaid patients are entitled to rehab services deemed “medically necessary,” defined under the ACA as “Health care services or supplies needed to diagnose or treat an illness, injury, condition, disease or its symptoms and that meet accepted standards of medicine.”

Substance abuse treatment services commonly covered by Medicaid include: detoxification; inpatient, outpatient, and intensive outpatient services; relapse prevention and recovery maintenance programs; and necessary medications.

Medicare is a federal government program that provides health insurance primarily to qualifying individuals 65 years of age and older. Coverage may also be available for younger persons with a disability and individuals with End-Stage Renal Disease. While there is no specific benefit category for substance abuse treatment, Medicare normally provides coverage for services determined to be “reasonable and necessary,” and may include inpatient and outpatient programs, partial hospitalization (PHP), services of treatment “suppliers” (physicians, clinical psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, etc.), drugs to treat opioid dependence, and more. Deductibles and copayments typically apply with Medicare coverage.

State-funded treatment programs and services in West Palm Beach may be available free-of-charge or at a discounted rate to individuals meeting specific requirements, such as proof of residence and a demonstrated inability to pay. To learn more about state-funded treatment, contact the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network, the state’s local managing entity for substance abuse treatment in Palm Beach County.

Military veterans may be eligible for substance abuse benefits under TRICARE and/or the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Treatment options for Native Americans may be available through the Indian Health Service (IHS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

In addition to the above resources, many private rehab centers offer their own assistance programs to help individuals pay for treatment. Among the most common:

  • Sliding fee scales: Costs for treatment at some rehab centers are determined on a sliding scale that takes into account a client’s ability to pay based on factors such as income, debt and expenses, and family obligations.
  • Payment plans: Many rehab centers offer clients low-interest loans or simply the option of paying for treatment over time without an additional interest charge on outstanding balances.
  • Scholarships: A number of rehab centers sponsor scholarships, which are made available to a select few clients to cover all or part of the costs of treatment. Factors commonly used in determining scholarship awards include financial need and an exceptional commitment to treatment and the recovery process.

Contact rehab centers directly to learn more about available funding assistance programs.

For More Information

To learn more about drug and alcohol rehab options in West Palm Beach and the greater South Florida area, contact the state’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health (SAMH) program, operated by the Florida Department of Children and Families. The SAMH is the single state authority on substance abuse and mental health, as designated by the SAMHSA.