Looking for an answer? Check our frequently asked questions.
Where is Station House Located?
500 Gulfstream Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33483
Can I Take Money With Me to Treatment?
Absolutely! Your family also has the option to set up an account for you at our facility
How is Station House Licensed to Care?
Station House is licensed to treat clients for drug and alcohol abuse by the State of Florida Department of Children and Families as well as the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
Who Do You Have on Staff?
The staff at Station House are licensed clinical professionals, many of which have first responder backgrounds. We have Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Therapists, and Registered Nurses on staff to provide our clients with world-class treatment. To learn more about the staff, visit https://www.stationhouseretreat.com/team-members/..
Will My Treatment Be Kept Confidential?
- Addiction is considered a medical condition and is covered by FMLA
- Patient privacy is HIPAA protected
- Unless it is required by law, we would never release your medical information without your signed consent.
Is Insurance Accepted?
Absolutely. Station House works with most insurance companies to provide our clients the help they need. We also have self-pay and financing options for uninsured clients. Call 855-525-4357 for more information or visit
How Long is Your Treatment Program?
- Our inpatient residential program typically lasts between 30-60 days depending on the needs of the client
- Local aftercare options are available through our Intensive Outpatient/Outpatient Programs.
Can You Guarantee a Successful Recovery?
A successful recovery takes a lot of hard work and is determined by many factors. For this reason, we cannot absolutely guarantee a successful recovery for every client. We can, however guarantee that we will stand by our promise to offer any client who completes our 90 day program and relapses, 30 days of complementary treatment. Visit https://www.stationhouseretreat.com/our-promise/ to learn more about Our Promise.
Am I Allowed to Have Visitors?
Visitors are definitely allowed from friends and family with the approval of the client’s primary therapist. In fact, we encourage a client’s loved ones to get involved in the therapy process. Visit https://www.stationhouseretreat.com/family-program/ to learn more about our Family Program.
Is Smoking Allowed?
Yes. We allow smoking in designated areas at Station House.
What Should I Bring With Me?
- Clothing to last about 2 weeks
- Casual and relaxed clothes for therapy including jeans, casual slacks, sport shirts, t-shirts, and active wear (Clothes endorsing drugs, alcohol, sex, violence, gambling, or anything else deemed inappropriate by staff are not allowed)
- Swimsuits, open shirts, sportswear, etc. are not appropriate for therapy, meals, or meetings, but can be worn during fitness and recreational activities.
- We recommend closed toed shoes
- Driver’s License or State issued ID card
- Insurance policy card
- Smokers should bring their own cigarettes (packs or cartons)
- Something to read (subject to approval)
When you arrive, a member of our medical staff will examine you and your belongings for approval. This protects our clients from drugs and contraband entering our facility.
What Should I Not Bring With Me?
- Vitamins, herbs, nutritional supplements and any over-the-counter medications.
- Razor blades, straight razors, knives, crochet hooks, knitting needles, or metal hairpieces.
- Any aerosol product
- Any product with an alcohol content like mouthwash, perfumes, colognes, aftershave, facial toner and some lotions.
- Illegal or mood-altering substances
- Guns or weapons of any kind
- Any clothing that promotes or depicts alcohol, drugs, sex, violence, gambling, or anything else our staff deems as inappropriate.
All clients will have the option of securing their valuables either in the safe provided in their individual room or in the safe located at the main facility.
Begin The Admission Process
1. Contact Us
2. Take Free Assessment
3. Pay For Treatment