All levels of care: Drug Alcohol Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program), IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), and Aftercare.
We treat adolescents and teens with substance use and mental health disorders. We treat teenagers with drug and behavioral issues.
We treat expecting mothers and pregnant women in need of drug and alcohol rehab or detox from their substance use disorders.
We treat adult patients with mental health issues, often times dual diagnosed with substance use disorders.
We treat struggling drug and alcohol users who are willing and eager to stop suffering and start the journey of growth to regain their lives back.
We battle substance use and mental health disorders the right way: with a doctor. We are the only facility in Florida owned and operated by a triple board certified addiction psychiatrist. Every patient with an ailment should receive the expert direction of a medical doctor. The cutting edge in recovery is found in Psychiatry. Brain function is complicated. Yet, with stacks and stacks of research we now know the areas in the brain to repair. It is the psychiatrist who decides what parts of the brain have changed or stopped working correctly. We work with the family and loved ones, and as a unified team we never give up until we have helped the patient to achieve those goals.
How to Spot the Signs of Senior Substance Abuse
Elderly Addiction – How Substance Abuse Can Go Unnoticed and Untreated Substance abuse is often associated with young adults and teenagers but increasingly, older adults fall prey to this type of abuse, requiring careful and caring support to start and follow through on the recovery process. This can be wearing.
If you’ve ever found yourself feeling nervous or anxious at the thought of being in certain social situations, you’re not alone! Almost everyone experiences those thoughts and emotions at one time or another. Some are nervous at the thought of meeting new people. Others dread public speaking, or being.
Mental health issues are often difficult for society to manage, especially in situations where troubled individuals refuse to seek the help they might need. This can be particularly problematic in cases where someone with a possible mental illness is believed to be a potential threat to himself or others..