Seastone of Delray

Seastone of Delray Delray Beach Florida

Seastone of Delray is a gender responsive male only drug rehab treatment center. We treat men’s drug addictions through the eyes and world view of being a man. Society pressures men to be providers, to not show feelings and to “suck it up.” However, in traditional drug abuse treatment programs, men are told to share their feelings, to open up and to give up control. It’s no wonder there is such a high recidivism rate for men who attend drug rehab.

ABOUT SEASTONE OF DELRAY

Seastone of Delray, located in the heart of Palm Beach County, Fla., offers long-term residential treatment for men suffering from substance abuse. Recognizing the harmful effects of societal pressures placed upon men, the facility encourages its participants to be vulnerable, share their feelings, and seek help. In addition to residential treatment, Seastone of Delray provides aftercare support to all program graduates and their family members.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Seastone of Delray primarily treats those struggling with substance abuse, but the facility also deals with other behaviors that often accompany substance abuse disorders, including co-dependency and sex addiction.

Treatment utilizes the 12-Steps but also incorporates a variety of traditional, holistic, and alternative treatment modalities. As they move through a six-stage program — one that begins with “foundation” and concludes with “freedom” — residents participate in individual therapy, group sessions, family counseling, addiction education, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, massage therapy, equine therapy, yoga, qigong, ropes course, and recreational activities.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team is led by an MA-level clinical director and consists of licensed mental health counselors, a licensed social worker, and other health and wellness professionals.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Clients reside in shared apartments located within proximity to the treatment center and the beach. Each residence is equipped with a kitchenette and living room, and furnishings are simple but comfortable. The facility houses 40 beds.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At time of writing, Best-rehabs.com has not received any feedback from alumni regarding Seastone at Delray.

On Google, eight reviewers all rated the facility an average five out of five stars to date, praising the staff and variety of programming.[1] Reviewer Bryan wrote: “Great programs like chi gong relaxation therapy was great .Saw good movies went bowling went to the beach made some lifelong friends saved my life no doubt about it.”

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

The loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave Seastone polarized reviews. When asked if they would recommend the facility one offered only one out of five stars while another gave a perfect five out of five star recommendation. D.L.L. cited medication mismanagement, lack of family engagement, and inadequate aftercare for their son. “He was supposed to be administered meds and this was not being followed adequately,” D.L.L. said. “He was never given help, nor encouraged, to find a sponsor. No help in securing an outside job. This was just an awful experience.”

In contrast, Tee’s five out of five star review expressed nothing but praise for their nephew’s care. The loved one told Best-rehabs.com: “The staff not only helped him with his addition, but he became a part of their family. They listened and took care of his needs. They communicated with family back home. After a short while he had to return home for a court appearance. I did not recognize him at the airport because he looked so good.”

FINANCING

Seastone of Delray’s treatment is priced at approximately $15,000 per month, and $30,000 for 90 days. Insurance is accepted, and the facility offers financial assistance for underinsured or uninsured clients.

[1] https://goo.gl/YUWWUE

Reviews about Seastone of Delray

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  • My grandson was a patient there and among other things were supposed to have received one hour per day of one on one counseling. In three weeks you got exactly one one hour session. He is in serious trouble with the law I put most of the blame on Seastone. I would never recommend your place to anyone again
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  • Choosing a drug rehab can be very scary. Seastone of Delray Beach Florida was recommended by a family friend so I sent my 19 year old nephew with hopes that he would be taken care of. Seastone exceeded my expectations! The staff not only helped him with his addition, but he became a part of their family. They listened and took care of his needs. They communicated with family back home. After a short while he had to return home for a court appearance. I did not recognize him at the airport because he looked so good. He was another person. We immediately noticed the change in his behaviors and reasoning. Seastone instilled responsibility and understanding in such a young person... The entire staff at Seastone is concerned with the people, not money. When you call to get information or have any questions, you reach a live person at Seastone not a random call taker from a call center. After three months, I am proud to say my nephew moved to a halfway house. Seastone helped him in so many ways; not only helping him realize his addiction and how to deal with it, but built up his confidence, taught him life skills and taught him to respect himself. I will never forget how they saved my nephew. I highly recommend Seastone of Delray Beach for someone struggling with an addition.
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  • Co-pay $2,000. Monthly rent, $600, spending acct. False advertising - very limited support Our son entered this facility from The Florida House which is a treatment facility. After almost 50 days at that facility, he had to find a dual diagnosis sober living environment so we had to find one that had an IOP. This facility came highly recommended by my son's case worker (apparently a friend worked there). The website said they had a staff nutritionist, holistic healing center, organized events, counseling, med management, etc. etc. He met with a therapist a few times a week who never followed through with involving us in the sessions (as she said she would) until right before he left and he was in bad shape. He was allowed to sleep so much, he had to be hospitalized for med stabilization because he "stopped taking" his meds. He was supposed to be administered meds and this was not being followed adequately. He was never given help, nor encouraged, to find a sponsor. No help in securing an outside job. This was just an awful experience. Grant has been in a few different facilities and he has also lived in a sober living house over 6 months in Portland Maine. He is now home with us and we are managing his care at this time. We are losing faith in the system.