ABOUT Q HEALTH PALM BEACH
Located in West Palm Beach, Fla., Q Health Palm Beach is a private treatment facility, which make up about 52 percent of all treatment facilities in Florida. It offers medically-managed detox, intensive outpatient programs, and sober living homes to individuals struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to Q Health Palm Beach's website, treatment starts with an initial, confidential assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. For many people, the next step is inpatient, medically managed detox, which typically lasts between three and 10 days.
During opiate detox treatment, clients are monitored 24/7. The goal of detox is to rid the body of toxins, and clients are given medication to help with withdrawals, and promote rest.
After detox, clients often continue treatment in an intensive outpatient program (IOP) while living in sober living houses. During IOP, clients attend treatment three to five days a week. The treatment team utilizes evidence-based treatments to help clients who are struggling with substance abuse or other mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, and traumatic disorder.
Programming includes group and individual counseling, exploration of past traumas and emotions, career and education counseling, and development of relapse prevention program. Family therapy is also available. Also, each client has access to the entire treatment team including nutritionists, fitness instructors, chiropractors, and message therapists.
Q Health Palm Beach's website notes the treatment team includes counselors, physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, nutritionists, fitness instructors, chiropractors, and message therapists.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Q Health Palm Beach's website indicates the center has gender-specific sober living housing units that have outdoor areas, common areas, pool tables, and shared bedrooms.
Rehabs.com has yet to receive any reviews from this facility’s former clients, loved ones, and staffers. However, the 23 people who left Google Reviews for Q Health Palm Beach at the time of this writing gave an average of 3.9 out of five stars. 17 individuals gave four or five star ratings and praised the treatment centers, its staff, and treatment programs. "The staff there really cares about you," P.G. wrote in a representative review. "They will help in more than one way. If your looking for support to get sober I would recommend coming here only if you want recovery."
While most individuals provided positive feedback, six individuals gave just one star along with alarming commentary. The reviewers called the center a joke, described negative experiences, and wrote the center used them for money.
Staffers also have mixed opinions about the treatment center. To date, the 15 employees who left reviews on Glassdoor gave an average of 3.7 out of five stars. Four individuals provided one star reviews, and negative commentary that accused the center's owners of being liars. 
"Management lies about EVERYTHING... They are running the worst treatment center...The addicts in treatment are all so unhappy because they have nothing to do," an individual wrote in a representative review.
The other staffers provided positive feedback, and called the center a great company to work for, praised their co-workers, and great work environment. "Our therapists are caring, understanding and always there for our clients. Management and owners listen to client and employee concerns and makes the effort to rectify and accommodate any issues," another staffer wrote in a representative review.
According to Q Health Palm Beach's website, it accepts insurance plans.
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