The Best Detox is a premier drug and alcohol medical detox center in South Florida. Our facility is a state-of-the-art rehab healing center where individuals struggling with a substance use disorder can re-focus, re-center, and recover.
Our campus is in West Palm Beach, a booming and social city that brings all of the recovery resources in Palm Beach County to the disposal of our guests. The Best Detox is maintained to be the safe, secure, and comforting place that will be your home during early recovery from drugs or alcohol. Our facility is not only comfortable, it offers amenities as well. All guests in our medically-assisted detoxification program or our residential inpatient programming will have complimentary laundry services, three meals catered daily, snacks/beverages around the clock, renowned therapists and clinicians with specialty practices and areas of expertise.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where is West Palm Beach?
A: West Palm Beach is located on the southeastern coastline of Florida.
West Palm Beach (WPB) in relation to other Florida cities…
2.5 hours East of Orlando, Florida
3.25 hours SE from Tampa, Florida
1 hour N of Miami, Florida
6 hours SE of Tallahassee, Florida
Q: How many beds does your facility have?
A: The Best Detox has 48 beds. We like to maintain a small facility in order to be confident that staff members are able to provide the most individualized treatment and personalized care.
Q: Why should I go to your facility and not the closest rehab near me?
A: The Best Detox is a private, premier addiction treatment center in South Florida. Aside from our amenities, the comprehensive treatment we provide is of a different quality that cannot be matched. Our programming underwent years of clinical reviewals and encompasses the most effective methods of treatment that our company executives have learned after being part of the addiction treatment industry for over a decade. We are truly The Best Detox.
Q: Can I send my loved one to treatment against their will?
A: At The Best Detox, we’ve found that we are able to foster a safe and healthy environment to heal when all of our guests have made the decision to recover on their own accord. We do not treat individuals against their will; we are not a lockdown facility. In Florida, there is the possibility of providing treatment to individuals who have an active Marchman Act that orders him or her to attend treatment. For more information, please call our admissions department at (855) 582-3386.
*For more information about Marchman Acts, please visit the Florida Department of Children and Families online resource.
Q: Do you separate men and women in the facility?
A: Because our treatment program is co-ed, we have separate wings in our facility for both men and women.