Calusa Recovery


Frequently Asked Questions

Calusa Recovery is here to answer any questions you may have regarding addiction, treatment and our program.

Our goal is to offer Florida residents access to evidence-based, quality treatment for substance abuse. We are here to help any time, any day. Just reach out.

Have More Questions?

Contact our admissions team at 866.939.6292

Calusa offers outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient and partial care drug and alcohol abuse programs. This means we provide services at various levels of care designed for individuals with significant substance abuse and/or psychiatric issues. At the Partial Care level, clients are receiving the highest level of supervision. As patients progress, they typically step down in frequency.


Family members will receive support group and individual counseling sessions while at Calusa.

Partial Care clients can reside in Calusa Housing and have a supervised on-site technician 24/7 with weekend and after hour activities or they can choose to live at home. Calusa works directly with B House Sober Living which provides superior, well managed, certified recovery residences in Fort Myers for extended aftercare housing.

Yes we accept individuals who have a dual diagnosis. Our staff is made up of primarily Master and PHD level clinicians with many years of experience and multiple disciplines of therapy. These discipline range from DBT to Brain Spotting to Equine Therapy, with many more.

  • 2 Weeks of Clothes – Washer and driers are on site – make sure to bring athletic clothes for fitness classes.
  • Toiletries – Toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, hairbrush, razor, shaving cream. You will receive a welcome bag when you arrive with these items to get you started.
  • Computer – If you have work to do while with us, you may bring a laptop.
  • Cell Phones – All cell phones will be locked up for the first ten days during the Partial Care phase of the program.
  • Medications – Please come with any medications that you currently take. Our doctor will assess and make any changes as necessary.