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Beaches Recovery care about you as an individual and they genuinely want you to succeed in your sobriety. You will meet with a licensed therapist who will spend the time to learn your unique needs and tailor a program specifically to help you rehabilitate. The approach is designed to give you the tools and resources to start living a new life.

Their programs are highly individualized for each individual person who comes into our facility. Their therapists learn about your interests, culture, background, and values, and build a recovery program that is perfectly suited. They take recovery one day at a time and make sure to celebrate the daily achievements that build the pathway to a life of sobriety and freedom from addiction.


  • Men’s Drug Addiction Rehab Program
  • Women’s Drug Addiction Rehab Program
  • Executive Drug Addiction Rehab Program
  • First Responder Drug Rehab Program
  • Student Drug Addiction Rehab Program
  • Residential Drug Rehab Program

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  • 90-bed treatment
  •  Primary Care
  • Extended Care
  • Transitional Living

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  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • EMDR Therapy

  • Trauma & PTSD Therapy
  • Anger Management
  • 12-Step Approach
  • Non-12 Step Approach
  • Art Therapy

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Insurance accepted

  • United Healthcare
  • First Choice health
  • Value option
  • Beocan health option
  • Megallan health
  • Aetna

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Payment accepted

  • Cash payment

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I’ve been to two rehabs and Beaches recovery is by far the best. The facility provides an array of recovery options/methods rather than just support groups such as A.A. or NA. They encourage mindfulness and meditation which was something I was not introduced to before, as well as a refuge recovery which became one of my favorites. I was glad to learn different coping methods that fit my comfort level. Also, the support during treatment and after is undeniably superb. At my first rehab, I didn’t receive any follow-up contact except maybe a quarterly and yearly letter. At Beaches, if I was ever struggling post-treatment, I was able to call/speak to my old counselor and follow up coordinator. I can say they truly changed my life and taught me all of the tools I need to stay sober!

Anne KellyAnne Kelly

I was a client at Beaches Recovery a little less than a year ago. They have truly changed my life. Not only did they get the medications for my dual diagnosis right for the first time ever, I also learned how to live in the moment, be compassionate towards myself as well as others, meditate, and respond to situations rather than reacting. I was flown out from California to Florida to attend the program and upon successful completion they covered my airfare home too. I felt like there was genuine concern in regards to my recovery. I was treated with respect and even pampered. I would recommend this facility to anyone that is serious about achieving long-term sobriety. I made a lot of wonderful friends among the staff and residents alike.

They are the most caring staff. The care is amazing. I truly opened up and found the root cause of a lot of problems that I didn’t realize I had the facility is great the housing facility is amazing you’re right on the beach you have yogurt and a lot of other activities. I miss being there but I know I had to go if it was up to me I could stay there forever this is an amazing place they really give you a chance to live your life over again in a good and positive way. I would recommend this place to anyone and everyone who needs help with their addiction this is the place to be I can honestly say that this place truly help me.
Anthony StephensAnthony Stephens
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How do I get admitted into your treatment programs?

At Beach House, admission to our drug and alcohol treatment programs begins with a simple phone call. In the course of that brief consultation, one of our admissions counselors will assist you with questions about costs of treatment, insurance benefits and payment options. They’ll be able to help you determine a plan of care that’s both affordable and meets your unique treatment needs.

Do you accept Medicaid?

Medicaid is not accepted at this time

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Beaches Recovery

Last Update : February 18, 2019


Can you leave the rehabilitation center?

You can leave the rehab any time, no one will compel you to stay at the rehab. However, dedication and continued treatment are required to fight addiction and achieve a sober life.

What are the Stages of Addiction?

There are various stages of addictions. The initial stage is the functioning individual with the addiction. The most common scenario is they have a job and their relationships are intact, but their health is depleting slowly because of their dependence.

What are narcotics and why people get it?

Narcotic analgesics (painkillers) are drugs that can reduce pain, cause numbness and/ or induce a state of unconsciousness. They have the tendency to cause tolerance and addiction

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  1. 4.5

    This place and staff SAVED MY LIFE..
    I’m forever grateful to them all !!
    They truly helped me through the worst time
    in my life.. The methods in which they teach you to llive again sober & therapy one gets here is priceless.

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  2. 4.5

    Beaches Recovery is a great place to start your recovery journey. Everyone that I have come into contact with has been genuinely kind and caring and the facility is beautiful. I would recommend Beaches to anyone looking fo treatment in the FL area.

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