The Treatment Center

3.4 (29 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
4905 Lantana Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33463
8552484570 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Hope is the centerpiece for the treatment philosophy at the Treatment Center in Lake Worth, Florida, which blends the 12-step model with evidence-based recovery treatment that recognizes addiction as a treatable disease. Clients are encouraged to examine their lives while recovering in a luxurious setting. While faith-based recovery is an option, all residents are provided comprehensive and professional care, using the most current medical, therapeutic and holistic treatments.

The Treatment Center Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Jeremiah

Very awesome place. I did 35 days. Hated first 5-6 days. Then calmed down. Took a deep breath and pushed through. Best decision I made in a long long time. Great staff awesome food. Ate like kings and...

Clc

I was there in 2011. It was awful. I have a chronic health condition they said they could help with. NOT

Smith

This place used to be great but now it is absolutely trash. I first went to this place in 2016 and it was great but even then you could tell it was all about the money but all together it was still a ...

Josie

I am 2012 alumni of TTC and also worked there for almost 5 years. In 2012-2015 I would give TTC 4-5 stars. Up until about 2016, this was a promising program that cared about their patients and employe...

SAS

I was there four years ago it saved my life Still clean today Thank you

John

Beware of The Treatment Center of The Palm Beaches, It used to have a decent program but when I returned recently for treatment I noticed everything had changed and more importantly there was only 16 ...

TFSA

The rooms are not as they appear, the techs are not trained and patients have to ask for vitals and meds, not on top of their game or schedules.Its like an army barrack.

E. Bright

Staff very helpful. Groups and classes were good, learned a lot.

Darryl

NO rehab is going to work if YOU, or your child, are not entirely ready. Unfortunately, I\'ve seen better and worst places. What I really appreciated about this place was the 3 available tracks that w...

Bradley

Well to start off with this place I never should have been there I was at another rehab and got transferred there I got there with a bad attitude the first week stunk the second week was okay the thir...

Stephanie

My daughter has been at the clinic since 9/23....I talked once with a nurse and once with a patient advisor. I have since made numerous calls and sent two emails and to date have had no response. Lack...

Anonymous

OK overall.

Archie

After many attempts at tackling my addiction and alcoholism on my own, I failed miserably. 19 years of drinking, drugging, and multiple attempts at out patient treatment led me to a dark place. I had...

Debbie

Always keep you busy,with 12 step meetings and classes for fun as well being a lock down was verry hard and the watching and checking up every 20 minutes was differcult I enjoyed the way they helped r...

Tg

Thus is a money making business. They advertise dual diagnosis but the faculty and staff cannot recognize the dual diagnosis. They have the same kids coming back over and over as there program does no...

R

I had read bad reviews on this place but my family member chose to go to this center. On the phone the intake specialist was awesome and told our member directly that they were going to be in lockdown...

CR

This place really stinks, it\'s all about the money. I left against medical advice. Lots of other things that I\'m not going to mention right now.

Boris

This place is really nice as far as accommodations go, but I see that there are only a few comments about this place here makes me think that someone is screening the reviews posted here and only allo...

Chris

The staff and groups. To many clients. This facility saved my life.

Cris

My son was there so I'm not sure. All I know is it was his third attempt at getting clean and he was able to there. The intake procedure was great. They flew my son from Pennsylvania to Florida within...

Anonymous

I just think it was an overall good facility, great staff, very personable. If anyone asks me if I know a place I always say TTC. It was just overcrowded.

Debbie

Paid for my flight.

Irene

The help I received from the many different methods of treatment, massage, theraputic, chiropratic, plus spiritual healing was amazing. The hardest part of the treatment was being around the other pat...

CHL

Excellent rehab. Staff was wonderful and facility was very nice.

Todd

A great bunch of people at TTC. I was a very sick man and they helped make me better.

Anonymous

too many clients vs. staff. Ratios should be lower.

CF

They provide 2 day Family Therapy.

Bill M

These people are absolute saints. They saved my life and soothed my soul in ways I could never imagine before my 35 day stay there. If you need help, this is the place to go.

Elliot

I can sum it up into three words.. saved my life.. top of the line care and you don't just feel like another number trying to get pushed through the door. Every treatment center should model themselv...


Areas of Focus
12-Step

The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Key Staff Members
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    Todd Branstetter - Chief Financial Officer

    As a founder and the chief financial officer at The Treatment Center, Todd has a key role in shaping the direction of the company. Todd maintains all financial protocols and ensures that all statutory rules and regulations are adhered to.

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    Barry Laramee - Facility Director

    Barry is one of the founders of The Treatment Center and serves on the board of directors. As our facility director, Barry brings his extensive background in construction, planning and environmental services to the organization.