Transformations Treatment Center Takes Top 10 Spot on Newsweek’s List of Best Treatment Centers in Florida

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Transformations Treatment Center, a mental health and addiction treatment program located in Delray Beach, Florida, was awarded a Top 10 spot on Newsweek’s list of America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers in Florida.

Transformations Treatment Center, a mental health and addiction treatment program located in Delray Beach, Florida, was awarded a Top 10 spot on Newsweek’s list of America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers in Florida.

Coming in at Number 6 on the list, the Transformations Treatment Center — Delray Beach location has been lauded for its customized treatment approach and emphasis on diagnostics and comprehensive assessments in client care. The facility utilizes best practices in treating substance abuse and behavioral health issues and provides clients with the tools to sustain a healthy lifestyle even after acute treatment has concluded.

Specialty psychiatric services are provided for those with more complex cases, and medication-assisted treatment is one of the services offered at Transformations Treatment Center — Delray Beach.

This is the third year the well-known news magazine has partnered with Statista, global market research and data entity, to compile the list of treatment centers focused on addiction. The list includes 330 facilities across 25 states.

Rankings are based on surveys from more than 4,000 medical professionals as well as an analysis of the accreditation status of each center.

The addiction treatment center in Florida takes a multifaceted approach to treatment. To start, clients spend significant time at the Transformations Clinical Center, where they can access group and individual therapy. They receive a carefully curated treatment plan based on their unique situation to ensure they’re getting the targeted help they need. Clients may participate in experiential therapy (as needed), yoga, meditation and other activities to boost mental well-being. The facility boasts spacious, comfortable meeting groups, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Lisa Fluxman, President of UpHealth Behavioral (the umbrella company for Transformations Treatment Center), is beyond grateful for the recognition. “The hallmark of Transformations Treatment Center are our passionate staff who deeply care about the success and outcomes of our clients. We have created specialized and individualized programs for substance abuse and emotional health disorders. We’re known for our excellent diagnostics, assessments and treatment planning and our relentless commitment to helping our clients get on the road to long-term recovery.”

Newsweek’s list focuses on inpatient/residential and long-term addiction treatment centers. Those that only offer short-term treatment options weren’t included in the survey. In addition to accreditation scoring, a reputation score that combined professionals’ recommendations and quality considerations was part of the ranking process.

All the inclusions on the Top 10 portion of the list are based in Florida. This underscores the resources available in the Sunshine State for those who want to begin the road to recovery in a calming environment with plenty of natural amenities.

Transformations Treatment Center — Delray Beach emphasizes the environment as part of recovery. This is one of the reasons the treatment center and residences are situated minutes from many of the amenities offered in and around Delray Beach.

To learn more about Transformations Treatment Center — Delray Beach, contact the center via phone at 800-270-4315.

Media Contact

Company Name
Transformations Treatment Center
Contact Name
Alexis Franzi
Phone
(800) 270-4315
Address
14000 S Military Trail #202
City
Delray Beach
State
FL
Postal Code
33484
Country
United States
Website
https://www.transformationstreatment.center/

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