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The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab

4905 Lantana Rd, Lake Worth, Florida, 33463
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About The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Hope is the centerpiece for the treatment philosophy at the Treatment Center in Lake Worth, Florida, which blends the 12-step model with evidence-based recovery treatment that recognizes addiction as a treatable disease. Clients are encouraged to examine their lives while recovering in a luxurious setting. While faith-based recovery is an option, all residents are provided comprehensive and professional care, using the most current medical, therapeutic and holistic treatments.

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Patient Reviews

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3.3
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Dawna
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Great clinical team, would defiantly recommend
Jeremiah
Very awesome place. I did 35 days. Hated first 5-6 days. Then calmed down. Took a deep breath and pushed through. Best decision I made in a long long time. Great staff awesome food. Ate like kings and queens.
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Clc
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I was there in 2011. It was awful. I have a chronic health condition they said they could help with. NOT
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Smith
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This place used to be great but now it is absolutely trash. I first went to this place in 2016 and it was great but even then you could tell it was all about the money but all together it was still a good place to be. Then when I had to go back to 2nd time there was a new CEO and CFO and clinical director, ran this place into the ground. And now as of 2018 she has left for whatever reason and her husband has to. The staff are terrible they fired all the good people or they quit because they even knew this place was terrible, the food was disgusting this last time around, the groups were not helpful in any form, and I ended up leaving AMA because the only thing me staying there was doing was making me want to use even more. So I highly suggest if you need somewhere to go or you have somebody you need to send somewhere to get sober.. FIND SOMEWHERE ELSE. This place is TRASH.
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Josie
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I am 2012 alumni of TTC and also worked there for almost 5 years. In 2012-2015 I would give TTC 4-5 stars. Up until about 2016, this was a promising program that cared about their patients and employees. The former CEO, made sure of that. When he was pushed out and a new self proclaimed “regime” came in, the quality of the clinical side of program took a dive along with all their ethical practices. The program is now run by a lawyer who flies in from Arizona every other week, with no experience of recovery or addiction treatment. The insurance billing practices have also come into question. The census of patients began to dive, naturally, with a series of layoffs of staff to follow. Several valued employees brought ideas and change initiatives to the new exec staff, all of which were shot down. TTC took on a corporate feel and the patients, along with the staff, are treated as another number in the system and dollar signs. It’s a shame and really sad to watch the lives of patients and staff here slowly degraded and disrespected. I wish I could say I still believe in this program because on April 20th I will have 6 years clean. That journey started at TTC. I can no longer make the recommendation for treatment here with a good heart or right mind. There are still good programs out there - do your research. Ask lots of questions, as a patient, or as a loved one.