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Stepping Up Recovery

3175 S Congress Ave, Palm Springs, Florida, 33461
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We here at, “Stepping Up Recovery”, a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center in South Florida, believe addiction to be a disease of the mind, body and spirit. Since addiction affects these areas, we must endeavor to treat the whole illness. Weekly classes on cognitive distortions, the nature of addiction in human condition, life skills, and more, will educate and reintegrate the addict. Through understanding the nature of their pain, clients can obtain the ability to heal and recover, thanks to the help of our drug and alcohol rehab center in West Palm Beach FL.

Facility Highlights

  • Partial Hospitalization Program
  • 12-Step Track
  • Spiritual Track


  • Holistic Therapy

    Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.
  • Equine Therapy

    A form of animal therapy, equine therapy involves visiting, working with and sometimes riding horses as a way to create a metaphoric relationship that leads to life-altering insights.

Facility Settings

  • Beach Community

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Stepping Up Recovery, located in Palm Springs, Fla., offers outpatient treatment to adults struggling with substance abuse. The facility was founded in 2013 and is located three miles west of the Lake Worth Lagoon.


To be admitted, clients should contact the facility directly to speak with an intake specialist. Two treatment programs are available at Stepping Up Recovery: a Partial Hospitalization Program and an Intensive Outpatient Program. Clients in the Intensive Outpatient Program are able to live at an off-campus, independent sober living facility during their treatment if desired. Treatment is available both in the evenings and during the day, and occurs three times per week. Most clients remain in treatment for 12 weeks.

The treatment philosophy at Stepping Up Recovery is that addiction is a disease of the “mind, body, and spirit.” The facility’s treatment program is designed to gradually ease clients away from more structured care programs such as residential treatment, medical detoxification, or inpatient hospitalization. Throughout treatment, clients receive individual and group therapy, education on the nature of addiction and cognitive distortions, life skills training, and participate in group activities such as team sports.


The treatment team at Stepping Up Recovery includes licensed therapists.


At time of writing, Rehabs.com has not received any survey responses from alumni, friends and family members, or staff regarding Stepping Up Recovery.

On the facility’s Facebook page, which it can manage, there is an overall rating of five out of five stars based on six total reviews.[1] On the facility’s Google page, there is an overall rating of five out of five stars based on four total reviews.[2] Reviewers were overwhelmingly positive in their reviews of Stepping Up Recovery, and many praised the staff and atmosphere.

Alum P.T., who gave five stars, said that treatment at Stepping Up Recovery is truly focused on the individual. He wrote, “Committed to excellence and healing. Challenging individuals to go beyond the surface.” M.M., another alum, supported that viewpoint. She gave five stars and wrote, “Very professional and comfortable, it was a good experience to meet these kind people.”


There is currently no information provided by Stepping Up Recovery regarding its costs.


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