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Waters Edge Recovery of Stuart, Florida is one of the top addiction treatment centers and drug rehab facilities in the country. Their beautiful facility is second only to their experienced, professional and caring staff who are dedicated to providing each of their guests with the individualized attention and treatment they need to succeed in conquering their heroin, drug and substance-abuse addiction. Waters Edge Recovery has been prescreened and approved for recommendation by Kill the Heroin Epidemic Nationwide based on high standards. To learn more, visit the discussion forum community topic “Waters Edge Recovery, Stuart, Florida – Clinic Review – Recommended by our Online Community“.
Waters Edge Recovery is one of the world’s leading behavioral health and substance abuse treatment center . Their drug rehab facility offers a full spectrum of individualized treatment and specialty care for adults (18 plus) and their families. Services include Inpatient & Outpatient Care, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Aftercare and Sober Living, Intervention, Family Care and Guidance, Relapse Bootcamp, Sober Living, Integrative Aftercare & Case Management and more.
Waters Edge Recovery is nestled alongside the St. Lucie River providing one of the most beautiful and scenic environments, promoting peace, relaxation and serenity. Their location is no accident and is conducive to their holistic approach to recovery. This includes nutritional counseling, exercise, art and music therapy, meditation and recreational activities.
The Waters Edge Recovery treatment center and residential housing for guests are steps away from each other, making getting back and forth from the house to the clinical office much easier and faster. The accommodations for guests are two beds per room. Select rooms have a water view overlooking the beautiful Saint Lucie River near Martin County. Waters Edge Recovery provides individualized attention and care and thus, they maintain only a small number of beds to keep treatment intimate. Waters Edge Recovery believes their clients should be treated as guests not patients. Thus, they keep it small so that everyone is on a first name basis.
Treatment guests receive is Waters Edge Recovery’s number one priority. Respect and dignity are a must and staff members pay close attention to each individual’s wants and needs. This approach promotes the self-confidence that many addicts lost early on in their drug addiction. Waters Edge Recovery’s primary goal is to make a long-term impact and difference in the lives of each guest, their families and their loved ones, promoting long-term, lasting recovery. The staff at Waters Edge Recovery considers it a privilege to be part of the life changing and healing process of each guest’s holistic recovery.
Waters Edge Recovery offers various levels of care, starting with the highest level called Day/Night Treatment with Community Housing.
Waters Edge Recovery provides After Day/Night Treatment, guests will start to integrate into the community, obtain a sponsor if they have not already done so, and gain a support system and a job. While doing so, they will receive treatment at the Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Level of Care.
After completing IOP, our clients will then move into Outpatient as a step down. This level of care allows the individual an opportunity to interact with the real world environment while still receiving ongoing support for therapy.
In collaboration with the guest’s input, Waters Edge Recovery’s clinical staff will develop an individualized holistic treatment program tailored to each client’s unique needs. Safe and supportive sober living in a structured sober living home is highly recommended at this level of treatment with an ongoing connection to attending groups, assistance with job searches, resume building, and implementation of coping skills paired with individual/family therapy.
Waters Edge Recovery treatment efforts are targeted to address specific needs, with specialized offerings that focus on:
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Opioid & Heroin Addiction
Addiction to Pain Medication
Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction
Progression of the Disease of Addiction
Introduction To the Twelve Steps
Stages of Change
Focus On Co-Occurring Disorders and the Effects On Addiction and Recovery
Waters Edge Recovery understands that addiction is not only a social and emotional crisis, but it is also a physical health crisis for many of their guests. Therefore, Waters Edge Recovery goes over and above traditional addiction treatment services in the extensive level of medical care they provide all their guests as part of their standard service during all levels of treatment. This includes:
The Medical Director is a psychiatrist who works closely with all clients and conducts a full psychiatric review on admission.
They have trained medical staff in their units every day of the week.
They also provide full internal medicine services weekly for clients and their families within our facility.
All clients enjoy pain management (non-opioid) services daily which include yoga, massage, movement therapy, chiropractic, cupping and acupuncture.
Waters Edge Recovery employs a trained and certified dietician and nutritionist for client’s dietary needs.
Waters Edge Recovery has been approved for recommendation by Kill the Heroin Epidemic Nationwide and for membership in the elite National Alliance of Addiction Treatment Centers (NAATC). The NAATC’s primary mission is to raise the bar of excellence for treatment centers and set standards ultra high. Only an elite class of drug rehab facilities are qualified for NAATC membership. To learn more about the NAATC, visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/naatcorg. The NAATC website is almost complete.
Waters Edge Recovery is a JCAHO accredited facility. The Gold Seal of Approval® from The Joint Commission ® is an accreditation that is nationally recognized as the premier symbol of quality for addiction treatment. This accreditation reflects our commitment to meeting the highest performance standards for patient treatment and care. The Joint Commission’s behavioral health care standards are developed in consultation with health care experts and providers, quality improvement measurement experts, and individuals and their families. The standards are informed by scientific literature and expert consensus to help organizations measure, assess and improve performance. To learn more about the Joint Commission and Waters Edge Recovery’s JCAHO accreditation, click here.
Waters Edge Recovery has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can read their review by clicking here.
Waters Edge Recovery is not currently approved for recommendation by this community.
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My son finally found the right door and he had the courage to knock. It has made all the difference in his world to him and everyone he touches. My prayers have been answered!”
Waters Edge Recovery was an answer to my prayers and a dream come true. Struggling for over a year in Massachusetts to find a bed, let alone a long term program, for my 23 year old son was a nightmare. The mission statement that says they individualize the program is an understatement!!! The staff from Lou, Barbara (the most amazing Counselor), all the Techs, and the staff in general tended to all my son’s needs whether it was emotional, physical or social. He went there alone as a stranger/addict and came out sober with a family!!! They have a wonderful support network that led to a smooth transition for my son to continue on his path to long term sobriety and keep tabs on him. Listening to parents in my support group complain about their children’s programs I know that I found a gem here!!! You gave him the tools and the rest is up to him. From a mom’s perspective, due to the amazing communication you offered, I knew he was in good hands and that kept my sanity. I will forever be eternally grateful!!!
I don’t think I could have had a more caring and honest therapist than Angie to help guide me through the recovery process. Her experience driven insight paired with an intelligent understanding of mental health and addiction makes a combination for progress. She truly has a passion for helping people. Thank you Angie!
Hi Lou! Just wanted to thank you for all the help and guidance you have given me. You truly have been a God send and for that I am truly grateful. I had to share my testimony. Thanks again
Angie is one of those therapists who when you first sit down with to talk about recovery, you know you’re in good hands. She has a demeanor about herself that let’s you know right off the bat she takes recovery seriously not only because she cares about you, but because she has been there herself. Angie is straight and to the point; she knows that there is no time to be messing around with people’s lives. At the same time she is also compassionate and understanding. It’s all of these things combined that make Angie a great therapist for recovering addicts and alcoholics. I would highly recommend Angie for anyone seeking help.
A Florida alcohol and drug rehab center offering holistic care. We accept insurance to make your recovery affordable. Call us today to get the best help.
In this patient testimonial, Eric shares his experience and why his stay at Waters Edge Recovery changed and saved his life.
In this clinic review video, Emily shares her experience with Waters Edge Recovery. A Florida alcohol and drug rehab center offering holistic care. We accept insurance to make your recovery affordable. Call us today to get the best help.
In this video, Delaney shares her experience and what it was like for her at Waters Edge Reovery. She is very happy with the treatment she received and recommends it to anyone in need of addiction help. A Florida alcohol and drug rehab center offering holistic care. We accept insurance to make your recovery affordable. Call us today to get the best help.
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