Located in sunny Palm Beach County, Fla., Archstone Recovery offers medical detox and residential and outpatient treatment for men, women, and young adults struggling with substance abuse issues. At Archstone, personalized treatment plans are key; from gender and age-specific programs to its various degrees of care the center places an emphasis on individualized therapy.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The treatment philosophy at Archstone combines the holistic with the evidence-based, blending alternative therapies likes yoga, meditation, and massage with 12-step meetings. Residents take part in group and individual therapy, as well as gender-specific programs tailored to meet the unique needs of men and women.
Upon completing residential treatment, program graduates are encouraged to enroll further into intensive outpatient (IOP) programming, also known as Extended Care. The center is one of 287 (43 percent) of facilities in the state to offer IOP. Here, they’ll continue living in a supportive environment with others but return to school or work while attending support groups and working on their recovery.
The young adult residential rehab program emphasizes a stress-free, social, and interactive environment that combines recreation time with therapy sessions. Young adults, those between the ages of 18 and 24, can also enroll in either partial hospitalization (day treatment) or outpatient programs.
Staff members provide 24/7 support for those in the residential program. The treatment team consists of a clinical director, therapists, a case manager, a program director, and administrative professionals. The center is one of 241 (36.1 percent) of Florida facilities to be accredited by CARF.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Residents are housed in comfortably furnished semi-private suites containing two twin beds. Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, fully equipped gym, and palm tree-filled gardens. The facility is situated near the beach, where residents can relax during their free time.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Eight of the 11 alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com as of this writing shared positive feedback on their personal recovery experiences at Archstone. Collectively, reviewers thanked the facility for helping them turn their lives around and for showing them how to live a meaningful life without the use of drugs. “Archstone was an amazing experience in my life,” wrote alum Sarah in a representative statement. “It was the best treatment I have ever been to and I learned the most about myself there.”
Yet other alumni criticized the facility for falsely advertising itself as something it isn’t. “These pictures must be from 10 years ago because nothing here looks like these pictures,” wrote D.L. in a representative negative review, adding that the program badly needed structure.
WHAT FRIENDS AND FAMILY SAY
The pair of loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com as of this writing both gave positive reviews. Both awarding the facility five stars for its treatment effectiveness, one reported seeing a “drastic improvement” in their friend, adding: “I am very impressed with the turn around my friend has made and I thank Archstone for that.” The other saw room for improvement in the facility’s 12-step program.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The sole anonymous staff member polled by Rehabs.com to date left mixed feedback. They claimed that some staff maintained “decent qualifications to help clients” while others had “no medical experience.” They also gave four stars for the center's connectivity and cleanliness but only two stars in indicating how strongly they’d recommend treatment to others.
The center accepts most credit cards and is one of 463 (69.3 percent) of Florida treatment facilties to accept major insurance companies including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, Kaiser, United Healthcare, and Wellpoint, amongst others.
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