Into Your New,
The Next Step In Addiction Treatment
Wellness Counseling Center of Fort Lauderdale is an outpatient addiction treatment center for adults who have completed a residential addiction treatment program. This is a vital phase of recovery as you re-enter everyday life and begin to apply what you’ve learned in treatment. We are also able to assist in detox, partial hospitalization program (PHP) and residential placement through our affiliates.
You’ve already completed the most difficult part of recovery: detox and initial treatment. From here, the goal is to teach you how to successfully enter back into life and properly handle the temptations and cravings that come along with returning to your old stomping grounds. Our various rehabilitation programs offer a flexible treatment schedule that will ease you into your new, sober, independent life.
Our addiction treatment facility was specially designed to foster connections while you work through your recovery. Collaborating alongside your peers in a close-knit community builds a focus on inclusion and group work while working toward a common goal. We are proud to provide a safe, comfortable, welcoming atmosphere in which to promote growth and healing.
Our staff combines traditional treatment modalities with tough love to change lives and build brighter futures. Wellness Counseling Center is a cutting-edge, client-focused outpatient addiction treatment center that specializes in repairing relationships and fostering physical, emotional and spiritual recovery. Everything we do, we do with you in mind – from the treatments we provide to the décor we purchase.
We are proud to offer complete dual diagnosis treatment, which is the simultaneous treatment of addiction and mental health disorders. It is common for those addicted to a substance to also suffer from a mental disorder, such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our clinical therapist will perform an in-depth psychological assessment to determine whether you are suffering from a co-occurring disorder. This will define your treatment plan and the level of care needed.