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Headwaters Origins

933 45th Street, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33407
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  • 4.1
    Avg. score from 4 reviews
  • 4.3
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  • 3.7
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  • 4.3
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Considering the 30 day average cost of $80,000, there are many areas of needed improvement. The primary therapists and group therapists are probably the best you will find which was a plus. Organization, scheduling, and communication between departments need completely revamped for Origins to be recommended to anyone I know. God forbid If I ever had to go into rehab again, I'd go elsewhere to avoid the headache of dealing with the incompetent non-therapeutic staff at HeadWaters.
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I am currently a patient here right now- feel free to ask me questions. Facilities, food, and some staff are top notch. Too much emphasis on AA which is free. Clinically, too rushed and not enough 1:1 therapy available for the price tag. Gym is like a Motel 8. Upper management too focused on money and less concerned about the quality of treatment, and money talks here. Standards are compromised for the almighty dollar which is a disappointment. In recovery, money doesn't buy sobriety so in some ways these luxury treatment models are flawed and just enable the addict/alcoholic. If changes were made at the top and the right people were managing the place this facility could be one of the best. Currently, it is does not offer nearly the value its price tag commands and consequently I do not recommend it.
    The counseling offered was a strength. The costs incurred was a weakness. It's beautiful and top of the line
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    High quality and compassionate care. Satisfactory experience