The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab

For all of its coastal beauty and vibrant flora and fauna, Florida is not immune to substance abuse problems. South Florida, in particular, is severely affected by the opioid epidemic sweeping the country.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 5,088 Floridians died from a drug overdose in 2017. A year before in 2016, one person died every two hours in South Florida due to an opioid overdose. To help combat the opioid epidemic and addiction in general, The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab recently opened its doors in July 2019.

Our South Florida Facilities

Serving South Florida communities and welcoming both in- and out-of-state clients, The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab is poised to change these statistics through high-quality, personalized treatment for substance abuse. We believe that when more people seek compassionate treatment, especially in South Florida, we can help turn the tide of the opioid epidemic and drug overdose rates.

Our Locations

Levels of Care

  • Medical Detox

    The crucial first step of rehab, detoxification involves cleansing the body of all traces of drugs or alcohol. Because this…Learn More

  • Inpatient Treatment

    Inpatient programming, also known as residential treatment, is a step down from detox but still offers intensive medical care and…Learn More

  • Partial Hospitalization Programming

    During partial hospitalization programming, clients live off-site and continue their therapeutic and medical treatment during the day. This program is…Learn More

  • Intensive Outpatient Programming

    Intensive outpatient programs balance autonomy with structure. People who no longer need around-the-clock care can benefit from intensive outpatient treatment.…Learn More

  • Outpatient Programming

    Outpatient rehab is ideal for people who don’t need intensive care for addiction and have a supportive living situation that…Learn More

  • Aftercare Planning

    A life of recovery begins with a solid aftercare plan. At The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug…Learn More

Now Offering Online Counseling Services

The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab now offers teletherapy treatment for those who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.

At Advanced Recovery Systems, patient safety is our top priority. We remain open and committed to providing critical addiction treatment. We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve.

To ensure you have full access to our rehab and therapy services, know that our staff is experienced and trained in telehealth and online counseling services for mental health, addiction, and overall drug and alcohol rehab support.

We’re still here for you during the coronavirus pandemic, because we’re in this together.

Paying for Rehab

The cost of rehab may seem daunting at first, but it is a long-term investment in your future. Fortunately, many health insurance companies help offset the costs of treatment.

While we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare policies, we do accept most major private insurance policies at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab.

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Instantly verify whether your insurance policy covers rehab with our benefits checker.

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Our Staff

The medical team, clinicians and staff at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab have years of experience treating substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues. Each member of our team works to ensure our clients have everything they need to pursue recovery, long after treatment ends.

We are always looking for dedicated clinical staff to join our South Florida team.

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Denise Josey
Denise Josey
Medical Director
David Sloan
David Sloan
Clinical Director

Tony Santa
Tony Santa
Executive Director

Angela Thackery
Angela Thackery
Director of Nursing

Our Accreditations

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Florida DCF Accreditation

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In addition to living accommodations designed for comfort and care, The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab offers a blend of therapeutic and recreational amenities. Clients can access amenities as is medically appropriate for their level of care and progress in treatment.

Indoor and outdoor amenities at our facility include:

  • Multiple lounges with televisions
  • Two fully equipped gyms
  • Electronic games
  • Computer lab (coming soon for outpatient use only)
  • Basketball courts
  • Sand volleyball
  • Swimming pool (coming soon)
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Frisbee golf

Gym at TRVPB

What To Expect

Treatment at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab helps people embrace healing in a safe, comfortable environment free of triggers and distractions. Knowing what to expect during rehab, including what to pack and what to leave at home, helps set residents up for success in treatment.

What to Bring

We recommend packing:

  • Two-weeks worth of seasonally appropriate clothing
  • Comfortable sleepwear
  • A toothbrush and an unopened toothpaste
  • Unopened (sealed) alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen, face wash, lotion and feminine products

Bedrooms at the south florida center

What Not to Bring

To ensure each client’s safety, the following items are not permitted at our facility:

  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Drug or alcohol paraphernalia
  • Vaporizers (vaping devices, vapes)
  • Weapons, including pocket knives
  • Products that contain alcohol as an ingredient, including mouthwash and hand sanitizer
  • Dental floss (floss is provided)
  • Clothing depicting drugs, drug-related paraphernalia or explicit images or language
  • Opened toiletry products
  • Computers and tablets
  • Cameras and handheld video or tape recorders
  • Electronic devices with internet access, including e-readers and smartwatches

Learn more about what to expect during rehab treatment at The Recovery Village® Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab.

What Our Patients Have To Say

fire S.
18:05 08 Oct 20
Great place on the way to recovery! Very professional! Highly recommendThanks Recovery Village!!#phinzup
Carl D.
17:36 08 Oct 20
Alicia from case management Is beyond amazing! She literally cares so much and so fast and good at her job. She knows exactly what she’s talking about she extremely helpful and treats her clients with respect! Shay, Jimmy, Wayne, Melissa, Trista [Lulu(the nurse)] are extremely amazing and helpful and knowledgeable I literally love them they are so cool!!!!!
Robert W.
18:54 01 Oct 20
MS. Alicia is amazing but the Jets suck
Stuart G.
18:36 01 Oct 20
Everybody was great good place
Michael B.
00:49 01 Oct 20
My stay at the recovery village was pleasant all services provided exceedingly met my expectations the staff members were very friendly and accommodating the food was excellent and the place is well kept 🌟 an extra star for the house keepers i would recommend this place as a place to start your road to recovery.
Brett H.
18:54 16 Sep 20
Had to go through this program twice to learn. My most recent was in Feb of this year. Jess will do whatever she can to help you out, and make you feel situated. Everyone on staff is really supportive, and they all want you to succeed. Alicia is a great case manager, and Kiema is my favorite therapist of all time! Only complaint I have is that they were understaffed and most of the time it was hard to get a BHT's attention or do something for you when you needed something... I am now 213 days sober, this program definitely helped me start my recovery the right way!
kevin F.
18:36 02 Sep 20
Kept me away from booze for over 30 days. Got a bed and free meals. Therapist REALLY helped me out.
Lor L.
18:24 01 Sep 20
The recovery Village took care of me when I thought i didnt have my life under control. I give big props to Jimmy the tech. Thank you for your service.
Jessica C.
17:05 01 Sep 20
I had the best experience defenaly therapy is great staff members are awesome jimmy, wayne,shay,alicia, everyone i would recommend recovery village for anybody who needs help thank you recovery village 😘😘🙌
Aus V.
18:39 17 Aug 20
Beautiful community setting, excellent staff.
rafael O.
18:13 17 Aug 20
great staff great case manger!!!! awesome people that care
Cody M.
19:41 11 Aug 20
The tecks here are really nice and extremly helpful. I had a positive experience here staff memebers susan , jimmy, wayne and craig helped me through a lot...
ryan L.
19:18 10 Aug 20
Friendly staff and counselors, throughly enjoyed my 43 day stay.
Sage S.
19:06 10 Aug 20
Alicia and kiema were the best people in this place and made the stay doable
Brandon W.
19:22 11 Mar 20
Jessica was very awesome always helped the patients when she could and is very professional Rob is great sherri and Cynthia are amazing the groups are good very interactive and informational all the therapists are amazing Trina is alazing. Alicia the case mananger is off the chain works ridiculous hours and is always there for us and helps in so many ways. The food is really good just a great place to go all around 👍
Bob L.
16:17 09 Mar 20
The recovery village of palm beach was instrumental in my recovery process!!! Jessica the tech and Jeannie the nurse were amazing and extremely helpful I cannot day enough good things about them!!!
Lamonte S.
00:14 05 Mar 20
Staff was super even though they are overworked. Susan my theripest was great to get me to see how I was dealing with my anxiety and depression. Made me see where I was and where I was heading. With the help that she has given me I have a plan to get me on track to become a happier person and to realize my self worth. Chef fixed great meals every day. I enjoyed my stay here at the Recovery Village.
Jerry M.
17:45 28 Feb 20
I had the pleasure of going to the Recovery Village for therapy and treatment to some personal issues I was struggling with. They were amazing and gave me my life back. From the minute I walked in the door Jessica welcomed me with open arms and made the entire process extremely comfortable. Nathalie is an angel and made sure I had everything I needed each day to be successful. Tony and David run a upscale program that caters to the clients experience. Thanks so much for helping me overcome the issues I was dealing with and providing me with the tools to have a fighting chance.
Beverly S. R.
21:10 21 Jan 20
The Recovery Village was good. The facility was exceptionally clean and the groups were informative. I believe one has to be focused and committed to receive the information being administered in order to reap the benefits. I found the staff to be very helpful. My only complaint is that I was not informed of this place being out-of-network vs. in-network as it relates to my insurance until I arrived at the facility. This information would have been helpful in the very beginning so that I could have made a wiser decision financially.
Cheryl T.
17:43 01 Dec 19
The Recovery Village was a great place for my Detox and to start my way onto my recovery and Sobriety. The facility is brand new all refurnished, and the rooms are very nice 2-beds to a room, showers are great, they have a rain fall effort, and or regular shower head as well. They have very nice lounges to relax, watch T.V., read, ETC. Lots of outdoor activity including a new Pool. The staff is very kind. The Counselors are wonderful. I especially favor Kiema, The therapists who teach the classes are very informative. I learned a lot from them and took a lot of great learning tools with me. The food was overall good. The cheifs were great. The Techs were nice. The nurses were great. There are different class times and meal times and you are expected to go. Classes go from 9 AM to usually 430 pm with breaks in between than AA Meetings are brought to the facility around 7pm. But there is also time for relaxing esp. on Sunday's. Good luck to you and hope you really consider The Recovery Village.
Justin W.
22:49 13 Nov 19
The recovery village of Palm Beach is absolutely amazing,I would recommend it to any and everybody that is looking for any kind of help,the entire staff is amazing n great at their respected positions,the food was amazing everyday n I gota shout out my new friends I made here that helped me through,much love y'all,ty recovery village of Palm beach y'all saved my life n provided me with the tools I need to succeed n stay sober,ty n god Bless
Brad H.
14:21 07 Nov 19
The recovery village is a very nice place to recover from any addictions you may be dealing with. I definitely suggest for anyone to go there. The staff is very professional and the facility is clean, modern and very nice.
Mitchell G.
14:21 04 Oct 19
The staff is very kind when your in time of need. The facility is very nice and kept up with very well. Alicia is the best case manager in my personal opinion. Kiema is an excellent therapist and pulls information out of you that you don’t even think is possible to come out. I wish I could give more stars!
Kyle H.
15:17 29 Aug 19
Staff is pretty good except a few people nursing is amazing if they iron everything smooth it would be a awesome place to go they have alot of growing pains to be expected vary clean place.
Liz L.
21:14 15 Aug 19
I was transferred to this facility from a volume one in ridgefield wa. The facility, being brand new, had some kinks theyre working out but overall, i honestly cant complain. This company has the best employees ive ever seen in any company. Theyre getting paid but they dont act like it's their job.. They treat you like family and therefore, you become family. This place was my home for a little while and even though I was excited about going back to my real home, it broke my heart to leave these loving and caring humans behind. Coming out of addiction, love is such a foreign concept or feeling so when i experienced it first-hand here, i knew i found my home. From the phenomenal admissions department staff to the maintenance guy joe, theyve all made a huge impact on my life. I learned alot here not just about sobreity but about myself.. And I mean the real me. Many times it hurt... We laughed, we cried but best of all we healed and that to me, is what real families do. If youre contemplating sending your family or yourself here, just do it. You wont regret. I cant promise it'll be easy but I can promise it'll be worth it. <3P.s. i didnt get paid for this.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s our goal to answer each person’s questions about rehab so that they know what to expect at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab. We’re happy to answer frequently asked questions about rehab, including:

  • Q: How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?

    A: How much rehab costs varies depending on your insurance coverage and the kind of treatment you need. Typically, intensive levels of care like detox and inpatient involve the highest costs, while outpatient programs tend to cost less because they involved fewer programming hours and medical resources.

    Read More on Rehab Costs

  • Q: Are cell phones allowed at the facility?

    A: Upon arrival, each client’s cell phone will be securely stored and may be signed in and out by a therapist during sessions. Following a 72-hour adjustment period after arriving at the facility, clients may be allowed to use the phone at specified times during non-clinical hours.

  • Q: Does your facility cover travel costs?

    A: No, we do not pay for travel to or from our facility, but our representatives can help you coordinate travel arrangements and help you navigate to The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab.

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  • Q: What happens when I call the facility?

    A: When you call The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab, your call is free and confidential. You’ll talk with a caring representative who will ask questions about your drug and alcohol use, current situation and more. This first conversation helps inform your initial assessment once you arrive at our center.

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