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Advanced Recovery Systems now offering a free app to host online recovery meetings.


Advanced Recovery Systems remains committed to the health, safety and long-term recovery of our patients and communities during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Meeting regularly with a support group of peers in recovery is an essential part of addiction treatment aftercare due to the numerous benefits for lifelong healing. To better support people in recovery who may also be practicing social distancing at this time, we’re proud to announce the launch of The Recovery Village Recovery Room app for online recovery meetings.

The Recovery Village Recovery Room app allows support groups to conveniently host free, anonymous meetings online rather than in person to help their members get the encouragement and support they need without leaving their homes. Participants who use The Recovery Village Recovery Room app can host unlimited meetings through video conference calls. Hosts can create a meeting by answering a few questions, sharing their meeting link with attendees, then clicking the link to join their meeting.

Providing tools and resources to support patients’ successful recovery after leaving our facilities has always been an integral part of the comprehensive, evidence-based treatment at The Recovery Village. The Recovery Village Recovery Room app, like many of our online resources, extends this philosophy to the entire recovery community. Participants do not have to be former or existing patients with us to utilize the app.

To protect the confidentiality of participants, our meetings platform complies with federal and state health care privacy regulations and standards. People in recovery interested in hosting an online recovery meeting can visit http://www.therecoveryvillage.com to learn more.

About Advanced Recovery Systems

Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS) is an integrated behavioral health care management company dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse and mental health conditions. The ARS network of treatment centers includes The Recovery Village Umatilla (Umatilla, Florida), The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake (Palmer Lake, Colorado), The Recovery Village Ridgefield (Ridgefield, Washington), The Recovery Village Columbus (Groveport, Ohio), Orlando Recovery Center (Orlando, Florida), The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health (Lake Worth, Florida), Next Generation Village (Sebring, Florida) and The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery (Upper Marlboro, Maryland). ARS also manages all locations of Next Step Village (Maitland and Eustis, Florida), recovery residences for individuals looking for supportive,transitional living opportunities. For more information, visit http://www.AdvancedRecoverySystems.com.

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#1 Parenting App Offers Free Access Through COVID-19 Crisis


Mother uses OurPact app to block apps on child's device.

A mother remotely manages app access on her child’s device, using the OurPact app.

We recognize that parents need our solution now, more than ever.

OurPact, the top-rated family screen time management solution, has announced today that their application has been made available, free of charge, to help parents manage their children’s technology usage during the Coronavirus crisis.

With schools transitioning to digital learning platforms, and families encouraged to stay at home, screen time has risen dramatically in recent weeks. For many already-overwhelmed parents, the struggle to establish limits on technology through school lockdowns is proving complicated. While an increase in digital activity can be expected – and warranted – during this crisis, the risks of excessive device use prevail, and experts are encouraging parents to remain mindful of screen time recommendations.

To help parents establish boundaries around screen time, the top-rated OurPact app is offering families three months access to their Premium features, which includes web filters, device-usage schedules and allowances, and the ability to whitelist educational apps during ‘school’ hours. To use the app, parents simply establish management preferences for their individual children; from there, OurPact controls their device access automatically. If parents want to block children’s tech access on-demand, they can do so remotely from within their OurPact app, making it the perfect hands-off solution for families.

“We recognize that parents need our solution now, more than ever,” says Amir Moussavian, the Founder and CEO of OurPact. “Digital devices will be critical to navigating through this crisis, but so too will be routine, structure, and boundaries – especially for younger kids. This is our way of helping families maintain some balance and stability over the coming months.”

The new version of OurPact released this morning allows new users to join their existing community of over 1.2 million families, with waived subscription fees through the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Parents can redeem their promotion through OurPact’s mobile iOS or Android parent apps, or by signing up for an account at ourpact.com.

About OurPact:

OurPact is the flagship product for San Diego-based software company Eturi Corp. The cross-platform, cross-network application allows parents to remotely manage their children’s iOS and Android devices through automated schedules, screen time allowances, individual app controls, web filters, and GPS monitoring. With tens of thousands of 5-star reviews, it’s been dubbed a modern parenting necessity. To learn more or try OurPact for free, search for OurPact in the iOS App or Google Play Stores, or navigate to ourpact.com.

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How TeleHealth Can Save Addiction Treatment and Recovery During COVID-19 Quarantine


Tele-health for addiction treatment

Telehealth (or tele-treatment) is a surefire way to ensure the outbreak remains contained and also provide treatment and therapy to individuals who present symptoms and/or are in quarantine.

The last few months have been a curveball for the world. For many of us, the repercussions of the coronavirus have extended far beyond health concerns. With increasing stay at home orders now covering 80% of the nation, businesses have suffered. In addition to this, non-essential businesses in many places have been told to close indefinitely until this outbreak passes. Due to both of these circumstances many businesses have experienced massive lay-offs and shut-downs leaving millions of people without jobs.

These unconventional circumstances have created stressful environments for many Americans – both with jobs and especially those without. This will have a dramatic negative impact on the addiction recovery community. Additionally, those in active addiction will lean harder on their substances to numb the stress and pain during these times.

It can be difficult to maintain sobriety during a normal week, but during these times, an individual’s recovery will be put to the test like never before. News headlines, routine changes, added responsibilities, and daily uncertainty increases stressors and triggers each day. Adding to this complexity are a lack of local recovery resources, as group therapy meetings like AA and SMART Recovery close their doors to the public for the foreseeable future. While some access to group meetings are still available online, many public medical care and housing options are limited due to public facilities closing their doors and stopping admissions.

With all this confusion and stress, group meetings, therapy, and treatment are even more essential. We need to enforce these types of resources more now than ever, but unfortunately, due to the virus outbreak we can not.

Of course, the treatment centers still open have set in place strict procedures regarding the admissions process and day-to-day activities. Medical personnel understand the necessary steps for diagnosing virus symptoms prior to admission as well as the proper steps needed when an active patient displays symptoms. However, there is one precaution that goes even further – telehealth.

Telehealth (or tele-treatment) is a surefire way to ensure the outbreak remains contained and also provide treatment and therapy to individuals who present symptoms and/or are in quarantine.

Active cases of COVID-19 in Florida are expected to increase at dramatic rates as testing becomes more available and existing tests are processed. As a result, many people can be denied access to in-person addiction therapy for displaying symptoms related to the coronavirus.

This is a big problem. Addiction (substance use disorders) are chronic; meaning without ongoing treatment and therapy, people are vulnerable to relapses – especially during early recovery and especially during these nerve-racking times.

According to Alexander Ronzino, CEO of Coalition Recovery, an addiction treatment center in Tampa, Fl, “Social distancing has disconnected everyone from necessary support groups, their families, and their place of employment. These things decrease one’s sense of purpose and promote isolation – a formidable obstacle for anyone, but specifically for those in recovery. As one of the first providers of tele-health treatment in Florida, we strongly believe in tele-health as a viable option for people to pursue. The importance of this technology is now more significant than ever as individuals are able to enter a full treatment program from the safety of their own home.”

Advantages of Tele-Treatment During COVID-19 Outbreak?

Thanks to modern advancements in technology, HIPAA-Compliant video software is increasingly available, affordable, and simple. Due to its accessibility, telehealth was initially targeted towards individuals who do not have access to treatment facilities due to location and physical limitations. Now, amid the corona crisis, tele-treatment can be a vital solution for:

Those who wish to participate in addiction treatment from their home

Those suffering from COVID-19

Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms

Any individual who wishes to remain quarantined

People with travel limitations

People with physical limitations

Areas where treatment is not readily available

People should not be denied medical treatment because of a cough and have to live with their addictions until this outbreak is over. Telehealth for addiction treatment can be a viable solution during these hard times.

How does Tele-Treatment Work?

Tele-treatment offers all of the advantages of normal treatment but through HIPAA compliant online video conferencing software.

Prior to entering into an online drug rehab program, individuals undergo a pre-screening assessment and a face to face evaluation (through software) with a licensed psychologist to establish the appropriate level of care. Next, a medical evaluation is required. Patients meet with a staff nurse and psychiatrists to undergo a medical and psychiatric evaluation establishing a diagnosis and medical treatment plan.

Once these initial assessments are done, patients are assigned individualized treatment plans going over their therapy session schedule. Most treatment centers offer a variety of levels of care and depending on this level is how many hours of therapy a person participates in each week.

Patients will sign into a video-conferencing software during their scheduled times and either have an individual session with their therapist, an individual session with their psychiatrist, or attend one of the many group sessions available.

A large part of group therapy sessions is the continual communication of everyone in the session. For this reason, everyone participating is able to see and interact with everyone else in the session. Therefore, online group therapy sessions provide all of the same opportunities and advantages as in-person sessions at treatment facilities.

TeleHealth for Addiction Recovery

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused a lot of us to sacrifice things in our lives: your therapy (and therefore your recovery) should not be one of those things.

This is an undoubtedly stressful time for all of us. Parents are now left caring for their children while maintaining their work schedule. Millions of people are losing their job everyday. Adding to all this commotion, we also have to fear for our own health and the health of our parents and loved-ones.

We need therapy to help guide us through these times and keep us resilient now more than ever! Unfortunately this is the exact time when we are told not to participate in these types of events. No more choosing between your physical health and your mental health. Technology has once again come to save the day by offering these services from the protection of your home.

If you have lost your job or are currently quarantined at home, make some lemonade and use this time to build a better you. If you know a loved-one in recovery who is going through a hard time, tele-health for addiction treatment can be a viable answer. Don’t let these stressful times break your recovery – let it strengthen it.

RXNT and Appriss Health Partnership Enables Doctors to Connect Directly to State PDMPs


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“We’re giving physicians a more powerful tool to safely prescribe controlled substances and help reduce the incidences of substance abuse.”

RXNT, a leader in healthcare technology solutions, in partnership with Appriss Health, is announcing a new feature that gives physicians direct access to state prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs). Healthcare providers using RXNT’s Electronic Health Records and Electronic Prescribing will be better equipped to identify and prevent substance abuse.

A PDMP is an electronic database for tracking controlled substance prescriptions in each state. They provide prescribers with timely and accurate information about patient behaviors and protect those at the highest risk. Every state (except Missouri) and the District of Columbia have a PDMP.

The alliance between RXNT and Appriss Health gives practitioners the ability to better monitor and manage controlled substance prescriptions 24/7 from anywhere. According to the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 70,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2019. Over 770,000 died in the 10-year period from 1999-2019.

“Our technology solutions are already one of the most user- and budget-friendly systems in the ambulatory care marketplace today. We’re excited to be able to combine Appriss’ leading-edge data analytics with our proven EHR and eRx solutions. We’re giving physicians a more powerful tool to safely prescribe controlled substances and help reduce the incidences of substance abuse,” said Randy Boldyga, RXNT President and CEO.

About RXNT

Since 1999, RXNT has provided award-winning, certified eRx, EHR, Practice Management, Medical Billing, and Full-Suite software to physician practices, healthcare providers, and billing companies. The company’s cost-effective, fully-integrated and cloud-based systems are designed to provide robust functionality while being easy to implement and use. For additional information, please visit http://www.rxnt.com.

For more information, please contact:

Tom Collinson

Executive Vice President, Business Development

410-777-8842

tcollinson@RXNT.com

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Help.org Names the Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Phoenix


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Help.org, a trusted online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones, has announced the Best Rehab Facilities in Phoenix, Arizona for 2020. The informational guide recognizes the top 10 rehab facilities based on cost, treatment options, location, accompanying services and more.

According to recent studies, drug overdose is the leading cause of death among people under age 50. In Phoenix, deaths related to opioid abuse increased significantly from 2011 to 2015. Substance abuse among adolescents is also escalating in Phoenix with 55 percent of high school students reported using alcohol, 38 percent reported using marijuana, 8 percent reported using prescription drugs without a valid prescription, and 2 percent reported using heroin. With the growing need for accessible and high-quality rehab programs, Help.org has developed a unique ranking process to help connect individuals with treatment providers that meet their needs.

The Help.org research team analyzed thousands of facilities across the country and then identified the most cost-effective and highest rated programs in larger cities like Phoenix. Each facility was evaluated based on rehabilitation services, treatment approaches, cost, special programs for unique demographics and ancillary services. The website also provides information about drug use and side effects as well as educational articles. For a detailed listing of the Best Rehab Facilities in Phoenix, Arizona please visit https://www.help.org/drug-and-alcohol-rehab-centers-in-phoenix-az/

2020 Best Rehab Facilities in Phoenix, Arizona (in alphabetical order)

A Better Today Scottsdale Recovery

15721 N. Greenway Hayden Loop, Suite 205

Scottsdale, AZ 85260

480-351-1662

Community Bridges, Inc. Casa Grande SRU & Outpatient Services Center

675 East Cottonwood Lane

Casa Grande, AZ 85122

520-426-0088

Community Bridges, Inc. Central City Addiction Recovery Center

2770 East Van Buren Street

Phoenix, AZ 85008

602-273-9999

Community Bridges, Inc. East Valley Addiction Recovery Center

560 S. Bellview Mesa, AZ 85204

480-962-7711

Community Bridges, Inc. West Valley Access Point & Transition Point

824 N. 99th Avenue Avondale, AZ 85323

877-931-9142

Horizons Health & Wellness Casa Grande Outpatient Behavioral Health

210 & 222 East Cottonwood Lane

Casa Grande, AZ 85122

520-836-1688

Native American Connections, Inc. Outpatient Clinic

4520 North Central Avenue, Suite 100

Phoenix, AZ 85012

602-424-2060

Terros Health 27th Avenue Integrated Care

3864 North 27th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85017

602-797-7000

Terros Health McDowell Road Integrated Care

7735, 4909 East McDowell Road

Phoenix, AZ 85008

602-685-6000

Terros Health Stapley Drive Integrated Care

5060, 1111 South Stapley Street

Mesa, AZ 85204

602-685-6000

ABOUT HELP.ORG

Help.org is an online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones. The website provides the latest research through scientifically proven methods, community recovery resources as well as information about local financial assistance. Help.org’s team of researchers, activists and writers work together with addiction counselors and other professionals to offer useful and accurate resources to help individuals seeking recovery. To learn more, visit https://www.help.org/.

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California Treatment Center Leads Industry in Providing Safe and Sanitary Conditions During COVID-19 Outbreak


Hira Health Montecito

With over 2,200 confirmed cases in the state of California and 41 confirmed deaths, from the COVID-19 pandemic, California is quickly becoming one of the epicenters of the outbreak. As of Monday, state officials were issuing urgent warnings about the need for more hospital beds, and equipment as medical facilities begin to reach their capacity. During this crisis, Hira Health, a Los Angeles based Substance Abuse Treatment Center is leading the industry in combating the spread of the virus in its facilities, while helping other facilities do the same.

Dr. Abe Malkin, Medical Director at Hira Health, featured on NBC, Fox News says, “The biggest consensus is that it all comes down to testing, as early and as often as we are able. Taking the proactive approach to get tests on hand to get clients tested right away when there is a concern prospectively.” CEO of Hira Health, Nicholas Mathews, has taken an aggressive position in ensuring its clients and their families that the 6 Hira Health properties across the state are continuing to receive clients, while providing sanitary conditions. Mathews states, “We are a licensed healthcare facility and the services we provide are necessary. Our current and future clients rely on programs like us to continue to do what we do best. The reality is that addiction and alcoholism doesn’t take any breaks and neither do we.” The COVID-19 pandemic is a tragedy that is overwhelming the healthcare system across the United States. Healthcare officials in California alone, say there is a need for over 50,000 hospital beds for the sick and infected.

As COVID-19 pandemic persists, there is also the silent pandemic of opioid abuse in America, which on average takes the lives of 130 people a day. Hira Health has repeatedly expressed its commitment to making its homes safe for clients who are suffering from drug and alcohol abuse, while setting the industry standard in combatting the spread of COVID-19 in treatment facilities.

Hira Health has been closely monitoring the CDC protocols related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The facility has implemented the following health procedures to ensure the safety of all clients and staff, while insisting that other facilities follow the same protocol.


  • All unnecessary visitors and non-client care staff have been postponed from coming into the facility, unless deemed absolutely necessary
  • Staff has been trained on infection control protocol such as proper hand washing and prevention methods to prepare for potential issues if the virus is to spread
  • All common areas of the facility undergo a routine disinfection (this includes the kitchen, door knobs, surface areas, bathrooms, bedrooms, etc.)
  • Hira Health Staff performs 30 minutes rounds to ensure clients safety, as well as monitor any potential flu-like symptoms
  • Disinfection stations, including hand sanitizer stations, have been set up around the facility
  • Hand sanitizer, gloves and face masks are available for client use at any time
  • All new clients are required to have a medical examination, which includes a temperature reading upon admission
  • Clients receive scheduled meetings with the medical director via Telehealth

Hira Health is a Behavioral Health facility, focused on Substance Abuse and Dual Diagnosis treatment with 6 locations stretching across Central to Southern California. Hira Health offers their clients a wide variety of Holistic and Evidence-based treatment and exclusive programming to alleviate anxiety, stress and a relief from a life of addiction. For more information visit http://www.hirahealth.com or call (800) 785-2757.

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This Naked Mind Launches Unprecedented Program for Anyone Wanting Help Around Alcohol, Anxiety, Fear


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Right now, people are afraid, but they have a choice. They can run and hide, or they can embrace the opportunity to show up and ask the right questions. In this isolating time, we need connection now more than ever; we don’t want anyone to feel alone.

Just because the liquor stores are staying open, you don’t have to drink. Just because you got invited to five virtual “quarantini” happy hours in your friends’ Zoom rooms this week, you don’t have to drink. Just because social media makes it feel like absolutely everyone is boozing 24/7 to survive the COVID-19 pandemic, you don’t have to drink.

That’s what This Naked Mind (TNM) wants people to know. And, it’s the reason a brand new free program called TNM Connection launched earlier this week. TNM Connection is for anyone who is drinking. It’s also for anyone who isn’t drinking but wishes they were. And, it’s for anyone who’s feeling on edge. Whether or not people are simply thinking about alcohol or actually consuming it, TNM Connection offers tools to help quiet their minds, quiet some of their fears, and teach them how to take a breath and find a moment of peace any time they need it.

“Alcohol sales are skyrocketing right now,” says Annie Grace, founder of This Naked Mind and author of This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol, Find Freedom, Discover Happiness & Change Your Life and The Alcohol Experiment: A 30-day, Alcohol-Free Challenge to Interrupt Your Habits and Help You Take Control. “People are day drinking like never before, starting with vodka in their morning coffee. Why? Because they’re doing the best they can with the tools they have. As a society, we have traditionally used alcohol to manage fear and anxiety.”

TNM Connection offers science-based methods that really work. Naked Mind certified coaches are volunteering their time daily for hours of live group coaching. And, they’ll continue for as long as it’s needed. This is a program like no other, because we’re experiencing a challenge like none we’ve ever seen before.

“Right now, people are afraid, but they have a choice,” says Annie Grace. “They can run and hide, or they can embrace the opportunity to show up and ask the right questions. In this isolating time, we need connection now more than ever; we don’t want anyone to feel alone.”

Unlike most “stop drinking” programs, TNM Connection isn’t just about alcohol. The TNM ACT Technique helps people find peace in so many different areas of their lives. No matter what they may be feeling, people can pinpoint a thought or belief and make a positive change within minutes. There’s no judgment, shame, or blame. Just compassion and connection.

Those who wish to explore this invaluable yet free resource are invited to visit TNM Connection to learn more and join.

About This Naked Mind

Founded by Annie Grace in 2015, This Naked Mind (TNM) helps people end the conflict between their desire to drink less and their unconscious belief that alcohol is beneficial, Annie Grace overcame a decade of drinking by revamping her own relationship with alcohol. Today she helps others across the globe do the same – the 200,000+ people who’ve bought her books, the 350,000+ people who receive daily emails from her, the listeners who’ve downloaded her This Naked Mind Podcast episodes more than 4 million times, and the 110,000+ people who’ve gone through her free program, The Alcohol Experiment. Rather than teaching people how to be sober, TNM takes away the desire to drink. And, the approach helps people where rehabs have not. Join TNM on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

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Help.org Names the Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Daytona Beach


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Help.org, a trusted online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones, has announced the Best Rehab Facilities in Daytona Beach, Florida for 2020. The informational guide recognizes the top 11 rehab facilities based on cost, treatment options, location, accompanying services and more.

According to recent studies, drug overdose is the leading cause of death among people under age 50. In Daytona Beach, deaths related to opioid abuse increased significantly from 2011 to 2015. Substance abuse among adolescents is also escalating in Daytona Beach with 55 percent of high school students reported using alcohol, 38 percent reported using marijuana, 8 percent reported using prescription drugs without a valid prescription, and 2 percent reported using heroin. With the growing need for accessible and high-quality rehab programs, Help.org has developed a unique ranking process to help connect individuals with treatment providers that meet their needs.

The Help.org research team analyzed thousands of facilities across the country and then identified the most cost-effective and highest rated programs in larger cities like Daytona Beach. Each facility was evaluated based on rehabilitation services, treatment approaches, cost, special programs for unique demographics and ancillary services. The website also provides information about drug use and side effects as well as educational articles. For a detailed listing of the Best Rehab Facilities in Daytona Beach, Florida please visit https://www.help.org/drug-and-alcohol-rehab-centers-in-daytona-beach-fl/

2020 Best Rehab Facilities in Daytona Beach, Florida (in alphabetical order)

Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches

7859 Lake Worth Road

Lake Worth, FL 33467

888-432-2467

Break the Cycle Daytona Beach

724 South Beach Street Suite #3

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

386-333-9622

Faith Farm Ministries

9538 US Highway 441

Boynton Beach, FL 33472

561-737-2259

Gulf Breeze Recovery

350 Pensacola Beach Boulevard

Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

855-400-6190

Haven Recovery Center

211 N. Ridgewood Ave. Suite #204

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

386-252-4228

Hearthstone Fellowship Foundation

814 North Beach Street

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

386-238-1348

Park Place Behavioral Healthcare

206 Park Place Boulevard

Kissimmee, FL 34741

407-846-0023

Stepping Stone Center for Recovery

1815 Corporate Square Boulevard

Jacksonville, FL 32216

904-530-5559

Stewart Marchman Act Healthcare

3875 Tiger Bay Road

Daytona Beach, FL 32124

800-539-4228

Wellness Resource Center

7940 N Federal Highway

Boca Raton, FL 33487

888-625-3950

WhiteSands Treatment

1820 Colonial Boulevard

Fort Myers, FL 33907

877-876-5429

ABOUT HELP.ORG

Help.org is an online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones. The website provides the latest research through scientifically proven methods, community recovery resources as well as information about local financial assistance. Help.org’s team of researchers, activists and writers work together with addiction counselors and other professionals to offer useful and accurate resources to help individuals seeking recovery. To learn more, visit https://www.help.org/.

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Help.org Names the Best Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Delray Beach


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Help.org, a trusted online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones, has announced the Best Rehab Facilities in Delray Beach, Florida for 2020. The informational guide recognizes the top 37 rehab facilities based on cost, treatment options, location, accompanying services and more.

According to recent studies, drug overdose is the leading cause of death among people under age 50. In Delray Beach, deaths related to opioid abuse increased significantly from 2011 to 2015. Substance abuse among adolescents is also escalating in Delray Beach with 55 percent of high school students reported using alcohol, 38 percent reported using marijuana, 8 percent reported using prescription drugs without a valid prescription, and 2 percent reported using heroin. With the growing need for accessible and high-quality rehab programs, Help.org has developed a unique ranking process to help connect individuals with treatment providers that meet their needs.

The Help.org research team analyzed thousands of facilities across the country and then identified the most cost-effective and highest rated programs in larger cities like Delray Beach. Each facility was evaluated based on rehabilitation services, treatment approaches, cost, special programs for unique demographics and ancillary services. The website also provides information about drug use and side effects as well as educational articles. For a detailed listing of the Best Rehab Facilities in Delray Beach, Florida please visit https://www.help.org/drug-and-alcohol-rehab-centers-in-delray-beach-fl/

2020 Best Rehab Facilities in Delray Beach, Florida (in alphabetical order)

Addiction Recovery Institute of America

5410 East Avenue

West Palm Beach, FL 33407

855-266-9944

Access Recovery Solutions

16244 South Military Trail, Suite 110

Delray Beach, FL 33484

561-865-2550

Aware Recovery Care

1625 South Congress Avenue #301

Delray Beach, FL 33445

561-418-3262

Beachcomber Family Center

4493 North Ocean Boulevard

Delray Beach, FL 33483

561-734-1818

Beachside Rehab

300 South 6th Street

Fort Pierce, FL 34950

888-985-1319

Beachway Therapy Center

1700 North Dixie Highway

West Palm Beach, FL 33407

877-284-0353

Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches

7859 Lake Worth Road

Lake Worth, FL 33467

888-432-2467

Boca House

321 West Camino Real

Boca Raton, FL 33432

877-957-8187

Coastal Detox

1131 SE Indian Street

Stuart, FL 34997

877-406-6623

Compassion Behavioral Health

1 Oakwood Boulevard #265

Hollywood, FL 33020

954-505-2200

Daylight Recovery Center

2521 Metrocentre Boulevard

West Palm Beach, FL 33407

888-708-2602

Destination Hope

6555 Powerline Road Suite 112

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

866-756-4673

Emerge Recovery Addiction Treatment Center

1105 North Federal Highway

Boynton Beach, FL 33435

844-913-6374

Evolutions Treatment Center

2901 West Cypress Creek Road, Suite 123

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

833-818-3031

Faith Farm Ministries

9538 US Highway 441

Boynton Beach, FL 33472

561-737-2222

FHE Health

505 Federal Highway #2

Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

844-359-1705

Gulf Breeze Recovery

350 Pensacola Beach Boulevard

Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

855-400-6190

Harmony Outpatient

300 George Bush Boulevard

Delray Beach, FL 33444

561-342-5604

Healing Properties

85 SW 5th Avenue, # 101

Delray Beach, Fl 33444

866-415-6313

JourneyPure Melbourne (12 Keys Rehab)

618 NE Jensen Beach Boulevard

Jensen Beach, FL 34957

844-551-7016

Lumiere Treatment Center

250 Thelma Avenue

Jupiter, FL 33458

855-535-8501

Origins Behavioral Healthcare

933 45th Street

West Palm Beach, FL 33407

561-841-1000

Palm Partners Recovery Center

816 Palm Trail

Delray Beach, FL 33483

888-871-7582

Park Place Behavioral Healthcare

206 Park Place Boulevard

Kissimmee, FL 34741

407-846-0023

Recreate Life Counseling

3652 South Seacrest Boulevard

Boynton Beach, FL 33435

844-282-0889

Resolutions of Palm Beach

2151 45th Street Suite #108

West Palm Beach, FL 33407

561-863-4117

Serene Beginnings

2230 West Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33445

866-300-6955

Serenity House Detox

1780 NW 52 Avenue

Lauderhill, FL 33313

866-294-5306

Stepping Stone Center for Recovery

1815 Corporate Square Boulevard

Jacksonville, FL 32216

866-957-4960

Sober Living in Delray

250 SE 10th Street

Delray Beach, FL 33483

561-276-9370

Summer House Detox

13550 Memorial Highway

Miami, FL 33161

800-719-1090

Swinton Place

206 SE 1st Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33444

561-271-2137

The Recovery Village Palm Beach

4905 Lantana Road

Lake Worth, FL 33463

855-402-4347

Transformations Treatment Center

14000 South Military Trail #202

Delray Beach, FL 33484

877-976-4335

Wayside House, Inc.

378 NE Sixth Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33483

800-655-0817

Wellness Resource Center

7940 North Federal Highway

Boca Raton, FL 33487

844-495-5189

Whole Health by Dr. Ligotti

402 SE 6th Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33483

855-475-3547

ABOUT HELP.ORG

Help.org is an online resource for individuals who struggle with addiction and their loved ones. The website provides the latest research through scientifically proven methods, community recovery resources as well as information about local financial assistance. Help.org’s team of researchers, activists and writers work together with addiction counselors and other professionals to offer useful and accurate resources to help individuals seeking recovery. To learn more, visit https://www.help.org/.

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Tele-MAT Addiction Services Provide Triage Support and Access to Care During Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic


At Workit Health, we have counselors available digitally to support those in recovery who may be struggling with quarantine and unable to attend their usual in-person recovery care.

Workit Health, the nation’s premiere provider of telemedicine addiction care including online therapy and medication, issued the following statement regarding novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and resulting disease state COVID-19:

“At Workit Health, we’re working closely with the health care organizations on the front lines of the novel coronavirus to mitigate the impact of a potential shortage of resources,” said Lisa McLaughlin, LMSW, Workit’s Co-CEO. “We realize that emergency departments and local clinics often act as the front door to the healthcare system for many people with substance use disorders, and our telemedicine program allows immediate triage to clinicians and counselors remotely via our web and phone apps. We can establish a dedicated routing system to ensure frontline staff can focus on COVID-19.”

As a telemedicine provider with five years experience offering tele-MAT and online therapy in locations currently experiencing novel coronavirus outbreaks, including Michigan, California, and New Jersey, Workit Health is uniquely prepared to assist with triage and relieve the pressures that substance use disorders place on health systems. It’s estimated that nearly half of all emergency department visits in the US are related to substance use disorders. Workit’s remote team of clinicians and counselors is available via telemedicine, with an online scheduling system available to patients or referral partners at any time.

“We know that many older Americans and Americans with co-occurring disorders have been advised to stay home. People with substance use disorders may be disproportionately affected by these instructions as SUDs patients have an increased risk for major medical conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, and hepatitis C,” said Dr. Paul Leonard, MD, Workit Health’s Chief Medical Officer. “At Workit Health, we have counselors available digitally to support those in recovery who may be struggling with quarantine and unable to attend their usual in-person recovery care.”

About Workit Health: Workit Health is a JCO accredited addiction healthcare B-corporation offering online, on-demand evidence-based addiction treatment including telehealth medication for opioid use disorder. Workit Health partners with healthcare organizations to deliver an innovative digital health solution that blends the best of human-centered design, technology, and science. Through mobile and web apps, members meet with clinicians and Master’s level coaches and complete self-set recovery goals. Workit Health offers 24/7 recovery that fits into daily life, designed by experts. Learn more at workithealth.com.

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