The Treatment Center Of The Palm Beaches

The Treatment Center Of The Palm Beaches

ABOUT THE TREATMENT CENTER OF THE PALM BEACHES

The Treatment Center of the Palm Beaches (TTC), in Palm Beach, Fla., offers a full continuum of care for teens and adults struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Services include medically-assisted detox, residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), and outpatient program (OP). There also is a faith-based treatment track, court-liaison services, and programming for individuals with chronic pain.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Clients undergo a comprehensive assessment to receive an individualized treatment plan, which may include medically-monitored detox. TTC is one of the 10.2% of facilities in Florida that offer residential detox. During residential treatment, clients participate in a structured schedule of individual counseling, group therapy, family therapy, and 12-step programming.

Along with a range of evidence-based practices, TTC offers various holistic modalities, including massage therapy, yoga, and meditation. Although adolescents ages 13 and 17 adhere to a similar curriculum, the adolescent program also incorporates age-appropriate life skills training and academic support.

Outpatient services may be used as a stand-alone or step-down service from inpatient treatment. Whether a client participates in PHP, IOP, or OP, clients generally remain in the program for at least eight weeks. Treatment consists of individual, group, and family therapy, as well as mindfulness activities, specialized groups for trauma and grief, and alternative therapies, such as music therapy and Tai Chi.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

According to the facility’s website, TTC’s staff includes medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and nurses.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Teens and adults reside in separate housing units, both of which have a clinical layout, but incorporate homelike touches, such as upholstered furniture and decorative wall hangings. Clients share rooms with one or two other residents. The five individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date on the matter generally approved the facility itself.

Facility’s Cleanliness and Upkeep: 4/5

Meals are prepared on-site and served cafeteria-style. In their free time, clients may use the serenity gardens or partake in outdoor recreational activities, including volleyball and basketball.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At the time of this writing, almost all alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com reported positive experiences. Of the six former clients who responded to the Best-rehabs.com survey, five gave high four and top five stars for the overall effectiveness of the program, as well as the facility’s incorporation of faith-based components, its counseling options, and the staff’s level of experience and training. Clients particularly appreciated the aptitude of the facility’s staff, as well as the effectiveness of both individual and group counseling sessions.

Staff’s Level of Experience and Training: 4.7/5

“My experience was another level of treatment I never had been through and it was something I will never forget,” Michelle wrote. She praised the counselors and therapists. So did Christine, who describing the spiritual groups, wrote: “There were some awesome classes and awesome teachers”, adding: “I loved it there.”

However, one alum, J.P., felt the facility was “sold well by the admissions staff, but treatment was poorly delivered… volume exceeded capacity measures.” He gave the facility an overall rating of only two stars.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Reviews from loved ones were mixed. Of the four who responded to the Best-rehabs.com survey, three loved ones praised the facility, all offering high four- and five-star ratings for the amount of family participation, counseling options, and its discharge planning.

“The Treatment Center was very helpful in explaining to me as a mother what was going on and what to expect. The counselors have been a big support for me,” Kristy wrote. She noted: “My son learned so much and is very thankful that he had the opportunity to receive treatment there.”

Both she and loved one K.O. pointed out that clients had choices about classes and whether to attend. As K.O. noted: “You are never forced to do anything” and added: “They offer family involvement, which was great!”

On the other hand, B.S. said: “They take a helpless patient and assign them to a first time recovering addict therapist” and added: “No expertise, no dual diagnosis, no care and caution for the patient.”

FINANCING

TTC accepts major insurance policies, including Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, and United Healthcare amongst others. The individuals polled on the matter felt the facility was moderately affordable.

Affordability: 3.2/5

Reviews about The Treatment Center Of The Palm Beaches

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  • Great experienced counselors and therapists Lots of patients My experience was another level of treatment I never had been through and it was something I will never forget.
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  • pleasant environment...they listen and customize treatment
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  • The Treatment Center is what I would expect from a private facility! Most employees have been through addiction! They are always around so no drugs are able to come in! They don't allow detox patients to be alone till out of detox. They had lots of classes every day of the week, including weekends and each week is different!
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  • Its a very nice place.. I would recommended it anyone..you had to wear arm bands orange for detox ..it determines the individuals how long you stay on detox..then green band you could exercise and play outside activities such as volleyball and basketball.. they had a walking trail..I went to spiritual groups..there were some awesome classes and awesome teachers..its a 35 day program.. they fly you there and back..went to church every Sunday.. celebrate recovery.. the rooms have 3 beds..I had two awesome room mates.. oh and the last band is blue..you get it on your 20th day..then u get to go to outside activities such as movies, bowling, fun depot and the.beach..I had an awesome counselor..then every graduation some people in our group got elected for peer mentor..that's when if you don't want to ask or have a problem they could ask one of them..I was a peer mentor..the treatment center is a great place to go..One on one counseling..had pastures to talk to..group therapy messages serenity chair chiropractors hypnotherapist.. medical detox ..3 or 4 choices of groups instead of just one..go to out side meetings ..acupuncture everybody that works there are recovering alcoholics and addicts expect for some of the therapist.. I loved it there..it was co-ed and a lot of different personality's but we all got a long....its a very private treatment center..if someone got sick and go to the ER they would have a lock down..3 meals a day.snacks from 8 til 10 in cafeteria.. always at patients care..everyone was really nice and helpful..you were treated like a person not a #.
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  • Excellent overall program!!! Unfortunately I relapsed very quickly. However, it was not the fault of TTC.
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  • The Treatment Center was sold well by the admissions staff, but treatment was poorly delivered.The primary therapist I was assigned was never available and the primary group we were assigned was constantly facilitated by a different therapist which no relationship or trust had been built. The food was poor, and volume exceeded capacity measures resulting in no seating for groups and people sleeping in common areas.
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  • The Treatment Center Fees included air line tickets to Florida and home again they have a driver pick you up at the airport and take you to the center. Detox is performed at the facility. You are treated as an individual and not pushed through a system like state facilities. My son is able to call and talk to a counselor at any time. The Treatment Center was very helpful in explaining to me as a mother what was going on and what to expect. The counselors have been a big support for me and helped me in making a decision to send my 18 year old out of state for help. I am an emergency room nurse and refer The Treatment Center all the time. My son learned so much and is very thankful that he had the opportunity to receive treatment there. It was very important for me to send him to the best place possible. I only wanted my son and family to go through this once. I can not thank them enough.....I got my son back. When I flew out for the family retreat I could not believe my eyes when I saw my son, all my worries of him being so far away instantly dissipated. We were able to sit and talk to each other, which we had not done in a long time. The Treatment Center is a Dual Diagnosis facility, they have physicians on staff that monitor and medicate you through a safe detox. counselor, therapists, techs where all top notch. techs are all recovered addicts and can relate to clients. They did not FORCE clients to go to meetings. they were able to pick and choose what they wanted to be involved in. (which helps with success). Most places don't allow smoking or only at certain times. the treatment center does not restrict smoking. they have multiple activities: volleyball, going to the ocean, movies for massages ect. they have alumni parties, parties for special occasions like super bowl. the food is top notch. which included steak, frog legs, crocodile, crab, lobster, tuna steaks, ect. the facility was clean and odor free. outdoor space was plentiful.
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  • I relapsed after 3 months. I was able to medically detox off of opiate pain meds.
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  • I found out about the facility through advertisement on the internet. It was a wonderful facility.
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  • My son participated in treatment at The Treatment Center. I flew out for the family session. Everyone was nice. you are never forced to do anything, Food was fabulous. Facility was clean. They kept people busy and active. Counselors, therapists and techs were awesome. They offer family involvement, which was great! I received alot of support from counselors from the minute I called them. Intake was fabulous. My son states he wouldn't go anywhere else.