A community mental health and substance abuse services organization, in Lake and Sumter Counties. Residential rehab for teens and adults, and transitional housing after rehab when necessary. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale for those without insurance, and the organization can accommodate dual diagnosis patients.
An inpatient drug and alcohol rehab for men, dual diagnosis patients and women. Programs are targeted at professionals (doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, etc.) and are 12 steps based. The fees vary, but are in the range of $10 000 per month.
Hospital based inpatient detoxification services for adults. Medicaid, self pay and private medical insurance.
A low cost (28 days+is $3080) drug and alcohol rehab for adult men and women. In Prince Frederick.
A Bronx community hospital offering mental health and substance abuse services. Inpatient detox and hospital treatment and stabilization. Medicaid is accepted.
Detox and inpatient drug and alcohol rehab within this large behavioral health care center. Comfortable environment, program and intensive therapies. For adult men and women.
A non profit service organization coordinating mental health and substance abuse treatment programs for teens (as young as 10 years) and adults in the Tampa area. Services include adult and teen residential rehabs, and transitional living environments, as well as detox. All services are billed on a sliding scale basis.
A certified private hospital offering medical detox and inpatient care to adults, in Tampa. Insurance is accepted.
Florida Palms Academy in Hollywood is a provider of mental health care services. The facility is a regional community-based residential treatment facility which focuses on the deinstitutionalization of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents ages 6-14.
Leader in providing innovative and effective services to the Rockland Community. MHA is a private, not-for-profit community agency whose mission is to provide mental health preventive, supportive, treatment and advocacy services to children and adults in our community. It is one of over 320 affiliates of Mental Health America (formerly the National Mental Health Association) and a member agency of Mental Health America of New York State.