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Mental Health Treatment

We Level Up FL Mental Health rehab programs help adults suffering from complex dual diagnosis primary mental health illness.  Our accredited pending treatment center provides supervised 24-hour intensive inpatient treatment and residential care.

World-class Mental Health Center

Offering holistic and comprehensive behavioral health treatment programs.  Your team of mental health specialists is experienced, trained, and qualified.  Our specialists include doctors and therapists applying evidence-based therapies to mental health and their co-occurring secondary diagnosis.  With complex treatment programs designed for long-term recovery.

Top-notch  Treatment Hospitality

Providing guests comfortable updated and stylish accommodations with upgraded facilities.  Clients have access to our private, stress-free, and tranquil grounds.  Your stay is complemented by an outdoor and indoor lounge and reflection spaces, with on-site outdoor smoking designated area, plus flat-screen TVs along with digital cable are among some of the amenities available.  Offering catered meals coupled with snacks to fuel your recovery stay and support healthy nutrition during treatment.

Your treatment begins with a thorough assessment which can begin over the phone from the comfort of your home.  Thereafter a further medical evaluation by our team of detox specialists can be reviewed. These specialists apply your personalized circumstances and related information to develop a custom treatment plan for you.  Your plan is designed to address applicable and anticipated detox symptoms and issues related to your addiction and its severity.  Call us to learn more.

We’re happy to provide tours of any We Level Up rehab locations in Florida.

We Level Up FL is a primary mental health center offering secondary co-occurring treatments. We treat the entirety of behavioral health disorders including their secondary corresponding illnesses to improve long-term recovery outcomes. Depending on the extent of secondary behavioral disorders such as chemical dependence, we can first help assess your condition and thereafter guide you to suitable treatment options. We do not offer PHP, IOP, or outpatient level of care at this time.

Inpatient medical detox and residential primary addiction treatment may be available at our affiliated facility at Level Up Rehabilitation Center West Palm Beach. For some primary behavioral health treatment clients, medical detox and or addiction rehab may be required first.  If you have a co-occurring severe substance abuse diagnosis, please contact us prior to beginning inpatient mental health therapy. Treatment services may vary. Please call us to learn which treatment options are most suited for your individual needs.

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