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West Palm Beach, FL
1101 54th Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
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Located on a beautiful 5-acre campus in West Palm Beach, Florida, Beachside Rehab is a private inpatient mental health treatment center that provides specialized care in a retreat-like setting. An accredited dual-diagnosis facility, Beachside Rehab is uniquely positioned to treat mental health and addiction issues, including substance use; trauma, mood, and depression; and co-occurring disorders. As a luxury treatment center with a 5:1 patient-to-therapist ratio, we’re dedicated to providing individualized programming and care. With strong, evidence-based clinical practices supported by structured, holistic programs, Beachside Rehab continuously guides patients toward personal recovery, identity, and purpose.
• Individualized Treatment: We are a truly individualized program. Giving each
patient the care they need. Our holistic approach allows you to feel
comfortable and relaxed as you work toward your end goals.
• Evidence Based Program: Our evidence-based clinical practices are at the
foundation of everything we do, from how we speak to patients, our staff, and
• Constant Care: Our highly trained medical and clinical staff - including a
psychiatrist, therapists, doctors, physician assistants, and nurses -work
together to make sure your program is tailored to your needs.
Beachside, a private recovery center located in Fort Pierce, has announced the opening of its new alcohol and drug detoxification facility in West Palm Beach
The Positive Stats About Addiction Recovery
It’s easy to find the negative stats about relapse and overdose after alcohol rehab or drug rehab. Positive recovery statistics, however, are readily available too—and they’re inspiring. Instead of focusing only on the challenges ahead, staying hopeful about the future is the wisest way to approach addiction recovery.
Signs Your Loved Ones Needs Alcohol Rehab
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, approximately 17 million adults over 18 have an alcohol use disorder (AUD).
How to Facilitate Entry into Alcohol Rehab
A number of barriers—denial, fear, anxiety, life consequences—can contribute to people not willingly entering a substance abuse program. Family or friends of those struggling with alcohol addiction often believe they must “get” them into treatment.
Many believe that a better perspective is to facilitate accessing the help they need. Resistance is a common response, particularly if alcohol rehab is a legal or familial stipulation, but how we frame the experience can be a critical first step in a loved one’s successful rehab.
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