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The Treatment Center (TTC) is a mid-range, Christian-based facility in Lake Worth, Florida. It bases treatment in 12-step principles but also offers dual diagnosis support and a full medical detox. Plenty of holistic offerings are also incorporated into programming.

Accommodations and Food

The Treatment Center’s bedrooms are infused with some of the comforts of home. Everyone shares a room, and while residents are expected to make their beds, they aren’t required to do chores.

Meals consist of a large buffet featuring comfort food and a salad bar, and the staff is gracious about accommodating food allergies or preferences. Though they have a decaf-only coffee policy, smoking is allowed on a designated porch.

Treatment and Staff

The Treatment Center espouses the 12 steps, and while the daily on-site meetings are optional, most residents choose to attend them. And for those who find AA lacking in religious content, The Treatment Center offers a special Christian treatment track called Road To Freedom that employs three staff pastors as part of a spiritual care team. All faith-based meetings are entirely optional, and clients who are on the regular 12-step track are also invited to sit in.

Fortunately, the preference for religious doesn’t correspond to a lack of clinical rigor or holistic open-mindedness. Clients in both program tracks receive regular group and individual therapy, including treatment for dual diagnoses like anxiety or depression. Full medical detox is available for those in need, and the staff has a strong medical background. Addicts suffering from chronic pain will benefit from a special non-narcotic Chronic Pain program that emphasizes holistic therapies like medical massage, acupuncture and chiropractic care.

By all accounts, the staff techs exude hospitality and understanding. Residents can call home two or three times per week for up to an hour. Using the internet is not allowed, but there’s plenty of time to watch TV. The Treatment Center also provides special services for the many addicts and alcoholics who have become entangled in legal difficulties. Through the Court Liaison program, experts help clients manage their legal needs.


While there is no swimming pool on site, there is a gym and plenty of outdoor space for walking or playing volleyball. Yoga and Tai Chi are popular holistic treatment activities as well. As residents progress through their treatment, they gain more privileges, and those who have advanced to the top of the access ladder can go shopping, take trips to the beach or the bowling alley, and attend off-site worship or 12-step meetings.

After residential treatment, clients can move to the outpatient “GO” program, which is mostly based on process groups and 12-step education. The Treatment Center also offers a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), as well as a separate facility for teens between the ages of 14 and 17.

In Summary

The Treatment Center is a solid option for people seeking a comfortable, compassionate, spiritually-driven rehab. While it may not offer the level of luxury or individualized care found at pricier rehabs in out treatment center reviews, it does provide considerable comfort and flexibility.

The Treatment Center Location

4905 Lantana Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33463

The Treatment Center Cost

$21,000 (30 days). Reach The Treatment Center by phone at (855) 292-6482. Find The Treatment Center on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and YouTube

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  1. Adam Forgash on

    I want to know why The Treatment Center of Lake Worth hired Jerry M Lucci as a patient advocate? Don’t they know his history? And why won’t they respond to any request for an interview or call back on this subject? Is this the best thing for your clients and reputation?

  2. Having been a patient here I can tell you that no patient room has a window wall unit like the picture above suggests anywhere in the building. Same with the bed’s comforter and sheets. The rooms are more of a hospital type setting hence the picture above to make you think the opposite. The staff atleast were awesome! Food was good and the groups/classes were the usual standard that you get at a rehab. Over all it was nothing spectacular just your typical, average, run of the mill facility.

    • Were there restrictions on the amount of time and number of times you could call family? Did it change after detox? I can’t ever get ahold of counselors and I talked to my significant other once n it was restricted to 15 minutes. I’m very unhappy with this place right now. Too much to list.

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