At Beachway Therapy Center, we provide our clients with a well-rounded and holistic approach to drug and alcohol addiction recovery. Personalized treatment plans are created for each patient including individual and group therapy sessions, as well as optional faith-based treatments, therapy weekends for family members and equine therapy.
Our therapists have a maximum caseload of four to eight patients, affording them the necessary time to focus on each individual need of our clients. Most treatment centers provide one therapy session per week for individuals, while we offer a minimum of two sessions per week. If you need help for yourself, or for a loved one, we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions or discuss your needs.
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My mom went looking for different therapy centers and she happened upon Beachway on the internet. I showed up there pretty nervous. Then a couple of guys introduced themselves and made me feel very comfortable. It was very all new to me 'cause it was my first time I've ever gone to treatment, but they're very friendly and very calming. I really love the staff, like Nash, Johnny, Christina, and Dana. They were absolutely great. They're very friendly and cool. I couldn't believe it when I was shopping for food and one of the guys took me shopping. He was really cool and told me about Beachway too.
Beachway definitely helped me out a lot. I had no skills before, like I could not survive on my own 'cause I didn't know how to be sober, but now I've been over a year sober. I'm going to New York for three months to try to see what it's like there 'cause I've never been there, and I wouldn't be able to do any of this without Beachway first and foremost, and then the IRP helping me to get used to this sober way of living.
The experience I had with Beachway Therapy was good and I loved it. I liked their orientation and the checking in. It was a different experience for me to help me get out of my comfort zone mostly. The staff at Beachway cared and there was a lot of one-on-one. My treatment helped me build a lot of confidence. Right now, I’m up every week and I check in with the alumni coordinator. But the staff could work on being on time with doing stuff, like leaving the center going to the residence because there was a lot of times it'd be 40 minutes. Instead of them taking out the trash and doing what they were supposed to do they'd sit in the office and talk.
I was ordered to be in a therapy center because of a DUI. There were only two centers that would fulfill that and since Beachway was closer, I chose them. I told them upfront all of my concerns. Since I was court-ordered, I told them that that needs to be satisfied so I will have a certificate which will say that I've finished my time here. I also wanted to make sure that my insurance covered all the pay and so far, it has. It's $1,500 a day and I'm not too awfully concerned about paying but I believe that it is a bit much for what we're not getting. What the brochure described and what my rep told me about the area was hardly the same as what I saw when I got here. The online brochure painted the facility as a country club-like setting and it isn't like that at all. It's very bleak, terrible, and it's a totally offsite deal where they take us to.
Most of the staff are recovered addicts. We've got them passing our meds and they just know what's going on by experience because they've been there, done that. Then, as far as the therapy staff goes, there are only less than five actual therapists that work in-house and five that comes in who may or may not be degreed. I wouldn't know that and it's not noted that they are or aren't degreed. But they're the ones that do our therapy classes and other than them, there are guys that drive the vans, hand out meds, and run around. They also have turnover like crazy. I think four years is long for anybody who works here and they have people that have worked here for two weeks. They're always short on staff.
The first 30 days were very intense, and possibly 60 days depending on the situation. They keep you busy all day long. After that, they’re more lenient and allow you to have more time to get out and do things. They encourage you to go out and get work and they have different therapy things like going horseback riding. They also have done some things with us, taken us fishing and bowling and has given us the opportunity to go to church, meetings, and things like that. They also give us a break time.
But we all have the same class. They've got alcoholics and drug addicts thrown in with people who have codependency problems and people who are bipolar. It also doesn’t matter if you’re 19 or 60 years old. Once you’ve been here for so long, they have steps that you can go through as far as what they do with you. The basis of the system here is take the money and give the cheapest they could provide for however much time we have to stay here for whatever reason it may be.
Also, they encourage everybody to get a sponsor as quickly as possible and they tell us to work the program. That's where their healing of the issue is and there’s no real magic or anything that goes on here as far as their part goes. They 100% depend on AA for the rehab and it’s all up to you. It’s going to be up to everybody’s own individual situation of whether or not they want to change advice. They help and take you to meetings but that's all they do.
This is a program that is set up very well for young people that are just starting out in life and for older people that might need a break. People have claimed that this is one of the better places but I won't come back. We got a little bit more freedom and they do check us out and do things with us. I also have learned stuff here but I’ve been here almost 90 days and I don’t think I’m fixed. For the most part, it's just worthless. I haven’t had a drink in 90 days but only because of the situation that I’m in. Next time I'll just sit and go to jail.
Hi Frank, thank you for sharing your feedback about our program. We take all feedback very seriously and I will share this information with our program directors so that they are aware of your experience. We hope that you continue to stay sober and we wish you well on your journey. Please feel free to contact us if there is anything that we can do for you.
Beachway Therapy Center is the best treatment center I’ve ever been to. I went to treatment two other times before Beachway and it just never really clicked like it did with Beachway. The first treatment center I went before was absolutely awful and it sucked. It was a 21-day treatment facility and I didn't learn anything in those days. I have to do everything while I was in some meds for detoxing. It was like two weeks of actual treatment ‘cause I was still half-dead the first week.
The Beachway facility is clean and organized. It was just like an opening environment. The staff was really welcoming, friendly, loving, caring, and compassionate about what they do. They really carve on the people when they know that they’re not totally getting and they do their job very well. Dan was the first person I ever talked to when I first got there and he totally made my experience amazing. He made all the paperwork and prep that I had to deal with go by really quickly. Bryan and Dave, my two therapists, were absolutely awesome as well.
All the different groups there were super helpful. My favorite one was the relapse prevention group as I consider myself a chronic relapser ‘cause I’ve been through treatment so many times and tried to get sober so many times. The spirituality that they have there was really cool too. Then the morning meditation group, like the one that they split everything into male or female, was totally awesome. I love the morning group with all the women in the community and that we could just talk about our craft.
I did 45 days in PHP and I did another 45 days in IOP and all the skills that I learned helps me to be more successful in my recovery. I’m on my halfway right now. This is the longest time I’ve ever been sober and it was nice. James was phenomenal and he still calls me to this day to see how I am doing. He has me turned the alumni meetings now. He is just really into how everybody is doing and making sure that everyone is doing okay while they are there and even while they are gone and making sure that we can find jobs and help us fill our resumes. I would absolutely recommend Beachway to anybody that I know who is struggling with addiction.
My mom found Beachway Therapy Center for me. I was in bad shape but the check-in went well. Everyone was really nice and the process wasn’t too lengthy. I felt comfortable and their staff were really awesome. They were very knowledgeable and disciplined. More than any other treatment centers I’ve been to, they equipped me to be successful on my own post-treatment. It was a great transition from being an inpatient to IPO and they helped me find a halfway house. One of the alumni people called me today to check on how I was doing.
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My mom found Beachway Therapy Center online and it was the first one she found that was a dual diagnosis. I was picked up by First Step Detox at the Orlando Airport and went through detox. I was there for five days and it was rough, and then we got to Beachway on a Sunday. The staff gave me the tools I needed and they took me to meetings every night. I also have a mental health disorder and they helped me out tremendously in my whole stay there.
I was transported to Beachway from a detox center. They had the intake employee pick me up and bring me there. I went straight to the residences where I would be living during my stay. When I first arrived at Beachway, they allowed me to call a guardian and let them know I was there. I was transported to the actual therapy center and went through an intake process. It was a lot of questions and signatures. The staff was great. They were very respectful and courteous. The apartments were great as well and they almost seem brand new. All the appliances were good and everything was clean. It had a homey feel to it. The insides were flawless and spacious.
During my treatment, there were always techs around the residence and they respected boundaries. They monitored us and they were good at doing their job strictly. They made sure everyone was where they were supposed to be, like when we all needed to be rounded up to go to a meeting or to the actual therapy center. They always had head counts. They woke us up in the morning and it consisted of a knock on the door then I have time to get ready. The therapists were good as well. If I needed to talk to one, they made sure that they made time to talk to me. They listen to me too. If I had a request, they tried to accommodate my needs to the best of their abilities within what they could do. They were all professional.
Through my experience, what I've learned to be the backbone of sobriety is within meetings. They made sure that they took us to meetings every single night so we could experience the real solution and to nudge us in the right direction. They understood that there needed to be more than just treatment in order to stay sober. They cared about our well being after we left treatment. Those meetings every night were really important and a big plus. I've been out nine months and I'm still sober today. What keeps me sober is what I learned by going to Alcoholics Anonymous' meetings. They prepared me extremely well for post treatment. If anyone is seeking help, I would definitely recommend Beachway.
I was looking for longer-term treatment programs and I came across Beachway Therapy Center, and I read some of their reviews. I’ve done everything that they’re offering. I was their inpatient for 45 days, I did the intensive outpatient program and I’m still in their OP program. They gave me a lot of suggestions that I'm following, and so far, it’s working on me. Beachway's staff was good. My therapist helped me out a lot, and I really enjoyed working with him.
I called my friend who worked at Beachway and asked for help. He got me in touch with someone and I called them. I called the admissions guy, Connor, and he was great. He talked to my sister. He kind of educated me about it and answered questions that she had about insurance, finances, and logistics. It was pretty quick. From calling in, I was down there two days later. I had flown down from New York. I was little nervous and freaked out. It was hard to remember but there was a lot of filling out paperwork and questions. Somebody met me there and just kind of walked me through it. The first thing you have to go, see a doctor which was probably good because I haven’t been to a doctor a long time. She was really nice. Then, they showed me around where I was going to be staying and what the schedule was like. I was there for 45 days.
Everybody was really friendly and really nice. Everybody came up to me and said hi, all the different therapists, all the staff, checked in to make sure that I had everything I needed. That’s where it started. I met some people there that I had a good connection with and we hang out most of the time. I’m still in touch with a couple of guys. They don’t live up here where I am. But I want to go down there. "You can’t do it on your own." That was a big emphasis there with all the alumni stuff. We went to meetings, a lot of outside meetings, different types of support groups. After I settled in, I just wanted to do most of it. Those therapists were really good. I feel like they set me up pretty good. I have a therapist here and I’m doing outpatient. I’m going to meetings. I’m just following their path that they laid out because I feel great. I will definitely recommend Beachway.
I came across Beachway Therapy Center when I did an internet search. Everybody from this place was accommodating and very helpful. The staff oriented me and introduced me to everybody. It was a tough transition but they made sure that I had what I needed and that everything was okay in terms of my comfort. My therapist, Bruce, was amazing and a really cool guy. The experience was pretty new to me and he helped me out. He was a pretty smart guy and I had my biggest change from our one-on-one.
Beachway Therapy Center Company Information
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- Beachway Therapy Center
- 2600 Quantum Blvd.
- Boynton Beach
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- United States