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Juno Beach, FL Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Juno Beach, Florida. Our database of Juno Beach treatment centers includes 2 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Addiction Reach Home 776 Sea View Drive Detox / Outpatient Private Juno Beach
Beach House Center for Recovery 13321 U.S. Highway 1 Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private Juno Beach
Florida Counseling Group 11911 US Highway 1 Outpatient N/A West Palm Beach
Lighthouse Detox Jupiter Medical Center 1230 South Old Dixie Highway Detox / Inpatient Private Jupiter
Stepping Sober Recovery Center 2001 Bomar Drive Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private North Palm Beach
Chiron Recovery Center 2700 Pga Boulevard Suite 203 Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private Palm Beach Gardens
Oceana Counseling 725 North Higway A1A Detox / Outpatient Private Jupiter
Behavioral Health Services for Children and Families 1016 Clemons Street Outpatient N/A Jupiter
Family First Adolescent Services 700 Village Square Crossing Unit 101 Inpatient N/A Palm Beach
Club Oasis West Palm Beach 10859 Prosperity Farms Road Outpatient N/A West Palm Beach
Best Life Counseling Jupiter 1001 West Indiantown Road Suite 107 Outpatient N/A Jupiter
Palm Beach Elite Counseling Services 3375 Burns Rd Suite 201 Outpatient Private Palm Beach Gardens
Challenges Palm Beach 4440 Pga Blvd Outpatient N/A Palm Beach
Sober City Recovery Center 1609 Prosperity Farms Rd Outpatient Private North Palm Beach
USA Quit Smoking 784 US-1 Suite 3 Outpatient N/A North Palm Beach
Elan Recovery Wellness 741 US-1 Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private North Palm Beach
Lumiere Detox Center 250 Thelma Avenue Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient Private Jupiter
Futures Recovery Healthcare Palm Beach 701 Old Dixie Hwy Detox / Inpatient Private Palm Beach
Start Living 9250 Alternate A1A Suite E Outpatient Private North Palm Beach
New Solutions Counseling 300 Prosperity Farms Road Suite F Outpatient Private North Palm Beach

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The town of Juno Beach in Palm Beach County, Florida, used to be the original county seat of Dade County (now Miami-Dade County). For people of this small town who are suffering from substance use disorders, there is no better alternative than to visit a Juno Beach drug rehab facility. Getting treatment as soon as possible is crucial to overcoming substance use disorders. Don’t let potential waitlists discourage you from trying to get better. There is always something else you can try to get into treatment. Drug rehabs often provide individuals who are on the waitlists with interim care. Interim care means you are getting medications and emergency counseling even though you’re still waiting on your turn to get in. Other than that, there are always more drug rehab Florida centers you can try in the meantime. On Treatment Centers Directory or TCD for short, you will find contact information of every single rehab facility in the state. If your condition is worsening and you can’t wait for long, contact any one of the drug rehabs in the state. You’re certain to find at least one facility that can help on treatmentcentersdirectory.com. Talk to us, we will do everything we can to put you into treatment.

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