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If you have any questions about addiction, treatment, or Calusa Recovery, we are here to help.

Our mission is to provide quality, evidence-based treatment for Mental Health to the people of Florida. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Contact our admissions team at 866.525.8725

Program Highlights:

  • Holistic & Advanced Medical Team
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Advanced Genetic and DNA Testing
  • Safe & Supportive Housing
  • Multiple Pathways Approach
  • Family Owned and Operated

For clients with substance use disorders, we will immediately schedule your intake and prepare you for detox. For clients with mental health issues, we will coordinate according to your schedule and the level of crisis intervention required.

The length of your stay is based on your individual needs and the clinical team’s recommendations. Clients can stay anywhere from 2 weeks to up to 6 months in the program. We are also partners of CFC Recovery which allows us to offer aftercare services for up to 2 years to our clients.

In most instances, treatment costs are entirely covered by insurance. We’ll work with you to determine which plan is best for you based on your benefits and financial circumstances.

We partner with B house sober living to offer high quality and affordable meals, accommodation and transportation to and from treatment. B houses have 24/7 supervision and assistance. You may also live at home and commute to the program.

  • We offer day-to-day care that is tailored to the individual needs of each client.
  • Within 24-48 hours of admission, a biopsy is performed by the clinical director and a full psychiatric assessment is performed by a psychiatrist.
  • A Medical Doctor performs a complete physical exam and checkup within 7 days of intake.
  • We use a multidisciplinary approach, including cutting-edge genetic screening, to identify the right medication for each patient based on their genetic makeup and psychiatric condition.
  • Full blood tests are given to clients to check for vitamin deficiencies or other health issues that can affect their overall health.
  • Treatment planning, also known as discharge planning, starts as soon as the first week of treatment .
  • Each client has a one-on-one session per week, and family counseling is also included in the treatment plan.
  • Depending on the client’s schedule, dynamic and creative group counseling is available 3 – 5 days per week.
  • We provide case management services on a case-by-case basis.
  • We also provide complementary services such as massage, yoga and horse therapy.
  • With our ongoing aftercare program, we have a strong support structure for our clients, including an extensive alumni and recovery community network.

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Our Advanced Medical Team & Holistic Approach

 We offer day-to-day care that is tailored to the individual needs of each client.

Within 24-72 hours of admission, a biopsy is performed by the clinical director and a full psychiatric assessment is performed by a psychiatrist.

A Medical Doctor performs a complete physical exam and checkup within 7 days of intake.

We use a multidisciplinary approach, including cutting-edge genetic screening, to identify the right medication for each patient based on their genetic makeup and psychiatric diagnosis.

Clients get complete blood tests to check for vitamin deficiencies and other conditions that can affect their health.

Treatment planning, also known as discharge planning, starts as soon as the first week of treatment.

Each client has a one-on-one session per week, and family counseling is also included in the treatment plan.

 Depending on the client’s schedule, dynamic and creative group counseling is available 3 – 5 days per week.

We provide case management services on a case-by-case basis.

We also provide massage therapy, yoga and equine therapy.

 With our ongoing aftercare program, we have a strong support structure for our clients, including an extensive alumni and recovery community network.

    Chris T.

    I’ve been in recovery for over a year now and have met a lot of people along the way. Stuart and Wilbur are genuine about wanting to help someone struggling with alcohol or drugs. Me being one of them. I’ve seen a few sober houses along the way and Calusa recovery is by far the best sober living I’ve come across. They show you how to have fun in recovery and live life sober. The houses they have are awesome and clean! Highly recommend them. It changed my life!

      Nancy M.

      Calusa Recovery was recommended to us as being a top sober living home. Meeting Stuart, Wilbur, and the impeccable house confirmed this to be true. Stuart and Wilbur are truly invested in all aspects of their clients’ recovery. We value their collaborative approach with clients and family.

        Monta T.

        Calusa is a place that treats you like a real person with love and respect. They do outings together to have a great community environment. Calusa pushes you to be a responsible young man but does it in a way of caring and helping you find self love. Highly recommend for any young man wanting to take the next step to better himself and his future.

          Steven G.

          I feel so fortunate that I found Calusa Recovery. Calusa played a huge part in helping me maintain my sobriety. I enjoyed the people, the staff, and the living arrangements. Thank you so much for helping me get control of my life back. I could not have made these strides without Calusa Recovery.

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          Our Treatment Programs

          Detox
          Evening IOP
          Inpatient
          Virtual
          Partial Hospitalization
          Supportive Housing
          Intensive Outpatient
          Family Therapy
          Outpatient
          Recovery Coaching
          Medication Assisted Therapy
          Aftercare
          Holistic Therapy
          Interventions

          Take the first step towards mental well-being – complete our depression quiz and embark on a journey to understanding and support.