About Lighthouse Detox


 

As a state-of-the-art Florida drug and alcohol detox center, Lighthouse Detox at Jupiter Medical Center offers programs under medically managed care that alleviate the symptoms of withdrawal from long-term addiction. We strive to provide a trusting, empathetic environment in a luxury setting that provides clients with a comforting experience and personalized services, with a goal of reducing our patient’s anxiety and increasing a focus on recovery.

Along with being licensed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Florida Department of Children and Families, our detox program is certified by the Joint Commission’s Behavioral Health Care Accreditation Program and is also backed by the full resources of a major hospital. Our detox facility is tucked away in its own private building with 15 beds (four semiprivate, four private and three concierge rooms) for intimate, personalized care. We are located right across from the hospital’s ER for added safety. Our detox programs are between 5-7 days in length and are tailored to a client’s individual needs and interests. A trained clinical team, including a primary care physician and a physiatrist is on-site to support our clients. 

We welcome clients from across the U.S. and offer pickup from several South Florida airports, including the West Palm Beach International Airport and the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport. For a map and directions to our center, please click here.

 

MISSION

Lighthouse Detox at Jupiter Medical Center is lighting the way to freedom from substance dependency through compassionate care that restores health and empowers wellness. We aim to be the region’s provider of choice in meeting the community need for medically managed detoxification by providing an array of services in a comfortable, resort-style setting.

 

VISION

Our vision is to establish a leading reputation for quality care and patient satisfaction. Lighthouse Detox will continue to deliver excellence by expanding both our continuum of services and the ability to lead more clients toward successful recovery.

 

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