Are families included in the treatment process?
Yes, families are strongly encouraged to be involved in all steps of process. There is also a concentrated weekend program, along with weekly family calls. Insight from the families of our clients is incorporated into the conceptualization and treatment of each individual who is admitted into our facility.
Do you offer holistic drug and alcohol addiction treatment?
Yes, we treat the mind, body, and soul of the individual. We offer yoga, massage, chiropractic care, brain mapping and more.
Do you support AA, NA, and similar 12-step programs?
Yes, our program is 12-step friendly; through incorporation and exposure to the philosophies of 12-step programs our clients have access to AA, NA and NCR community meetings.
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.
Yes, through many different modalities. Our clinicians address the physical and mental symptoms of trauma in individual sessions via traditional psychotherapy. We also offer psychopharmacology treatment for trauma.
Does your program treat meth addiction?
Yes, we treat meth addiction as well as any and all substances that can be abused or cause dependency.
How do I choose the right rehab facility?
We don’t just 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.
How do I pay for treatment?
This depends on your individual situation. Please call to speak with one of our admissions counselors, available 24/7, who can go over your options with you.
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.
Is your program accredited?
Yes, we are licensed by 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.
Treatment costs vary based on the needs of the individual. We also take private insurance, which typically covers all or a part of the cost. Call to speak with one of our admissions counselors, available 24/7, who can go over your options with you.
What happens after I complete treatment?
We have a transitional step-down process that allows clients to gradually step back into the world. Clients are also supported through integral phases of early recovery milestones, with alumni check-in support and access to therapists long after their stays here.
What is treatment like (what should I expect)?
The first three to five days are the roughest – you are adjusting to life after detox – but soon after, as you settle into the program, you will experience group therapy, individual therapy, and medication management. You are learning how to balance work and life again, so you will have fun as you educate yourself and come to understand yourself better. We incorporate not just traditional methods, but you will also participate in experiential-based activities such as kayaking, biking, hiking, beach trips, snorkeling, et al.
What should I bring (and not bring)?
We want you to be comfortable at Foundations Wellness Center. Our admissions team will orient you to our facility and let you know which items you should bring upon admission.