Level Up Lake Worth Treatment Center

So tell me this, what can’t you do?

WELCOME TO LEVEL UP LAKE WORTH

We offer quality, effective addiction treatment to individuals who want to overcome their addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

Our main treatment residence is located in a serene beachside community in South Florida. We serve many local communities like Fort Lauderdale, Miami, the Palm Beaches, and other Florida areas. In fact, many of our clients seeking the best alcohol and other drug addiction treatment come from around the United States, Canada, and abroad. If you or a loved one are dealing with addiction to alcohol or other drugs, and especially if you have experienced multiple relapses in the past, then look no further. At Level Up Lake Worth, we offer one of the most comprehensive, best drug rehab programs available in America.

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OUR MISSION IS YOUR POTENTIAL

Our mission is to provide you with a map back to your fullest, most authentic potential so you can choose a dream life without limitations.

So Tell Me This, What Can’t You Do?

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OUR VALUES AT LEVEL UP

Freedom – Exercising the power of choice to stay true to yourself.
Community – When you take part in a group with a vision bigger than yourself, you can overcome any obstacle.
Accountability – No matter what life throws at you, you show up and find a solution.
Acceptance – Commit to self-love and trust that you are exactly where you are meant to be.

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    LICENSED & ACCREDITED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM

    Recognized as one of the best addiction treatment facilities in the country, we are focused on providing the highest standard of substance abuse treatment. We continue to meet the rigorous standards that are set forth by the Joint Commission (JCAHO) and have received their Gold Seal accreditation as an addiction rehab center.

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    WHAT OUR RAVING FANS SAY

    I have been to treatment a few times and I really enjoyed that this treatment center had a holistic program. I feel that the holistic program at Level Up Lake Worth is what I was missing for long term sobriety. I would recommended this treatment center to any of my loved ones.

    Hunter L

    For me, Level Up was my first time in treatment. I was pretty scared before I went in, but the staff were so loving and treated me like family. They understood me, and were caring and patient with me in ways that some family and friends never even were before. I even made friends with some of the other clients like me there. I didn’t know anything about addiction or AA but now I feel empowered and have been practicing sobriety successfully. I highly recommend Level Up!

    Paula G

    My family life was in shambles. I didn’t know what my problem was; I just knew I had one. I reached out for help to Level Up based on a recommendation from a friend I know who went. They truly gave me the opportunity to turn my life around when I thought I didn’t have anymore chances. I was miserable. They could not have been more loving and caring in every way possible. Level Up truly helped me every step of the way, answering all my questions and concerns I had about treatment and moving forward in my life, my recovery, and with my family. Give them a chance!

    Michael M

    Level Up Lake Worth was a facility I was at for 53 days. The staff was extremely knowledgeable, helpful and sensitive to my personal needs. I’d never tried things like acupuncture or reiki before; it was definitely eye-opening and helpful. They also introduced me to sound therapy and other fun activities on the weekends. There are a range of AA/NA meetings to attend 7 days a week. I’m super happy I went; looking back now, I can see that Level Up changed my life.

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