For over 30 years, the staff at Twelve Oaks has been dedicated to providing exemplary care to men and women who are in need of treatment for substance abuse concerns and co-occurring mental health conditions. Among therapists and doctors, Twelve Oaks is highly regarded and has become trusted as one of the top rehabilitation centers in Florida. Here, patients receive treatment that is tailored to meet their specific needs so that they can confidently overcome the concerns that plague them and move forward towards a brighter, happier future.
Timberline Knolls, a renowned treatment center for women in the heart of the Midwest, is where true healing and recovery can be achieved from eating disorders, mood disorders, addictions, and other such concerns. By combining research-based methods of care with spiritual support, all who come for treatment have the opportunity to grow emotionally and transform their lives for the better.
The Clearing is a dual diagnosis residential treatment center specializing in alcohol abuse, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and other conditions. Recovery takes on a whole new meaning here. You’ll depart our program with authentic empowerment, clarity, freedom from the bonds of addiction and other debilitating challenges with mastery of the tools and strategies to achieve the life you want.We focus on the underlying core issues that cause addiction and other limiting behaviors. With core issues healed, you‘ll eliminate anxiety, depression, hopelessness, low self-esteem, and the the need for substances to cope. You’ll be amazed with how simple, powerful, intellectually engaging and transformative this work is for you.
Today, Serenity Knolls is a residential treatment center that provides comprehensive services to adult men and women, ages 18 and above, whose lives have been impacted by substance abuse, chemical dependency, and certain co-occurring conditions. We are prepared to provide care to men and women whose struggles include, but are not limited to, dependence upon the following addictive substances: alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, sedatives, benzodiazepines, hallucinogens, methamphetamine, PCP, and opioids including heroin, morphine, and prescription medications.We also welcome men and women whose primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder is accompanied by co-occurring anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, depressive disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, and temporary psychosis that is directly related to substance abuse. However, we cannot accept individuals who are struggling with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pain disorders, and psychotic disorders that are not the direct result of substance abuse.