Twelve Oaks Recovery Center Overview
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center is a substance abuse and mental health treatment facility for adults 18 and older located in the community of Navarre, just outside of Pensacola, northwest Florida. For more than thirty years the center has provided exemplary and comprehensive care to adult men and women dealing with substance addiction, chemical dependence, and co-occurring disorders.
The facility is very highly regarded and is presently one of the top recovery centers in Florida. The center designs treatment plans for patients based on their unique needs and encourages collaborations with addiction specialists and professionals. A full continuum of care is offered at the recovery center and three specialized tracks within the inpatient residential program are included in the facility’s curriculum to tend to every patient’s unique need. The tracks include the PROCLAIM, a Christian-based treatment program which integrates Christian spirituality with psychologically-based counseling and ASPIRE, a program designed for individuals dealing with addiction and co-occurring PTSD. Medically monitored detoxification, family therapy, experiential therapy, and medication management are all incorporated into treatment. Among the levels of care, the facility provides a residential substance abuse treatment program, a partial hospitalization program, and an intensive outpatient program. Additionally, the facility offers a special military program for veterans dealing with substance abuse and trauma.
Accommodation And Food
The center is located on a beautiful five-acre property near Pensacola and is capable of accommodating up to 102 people. The bedrooms are shared, spacious, and resemble college dorm rooms. The rooms are furnished with dressers, twin beds, floor lamps, and tables that double as desks. Clients are advised to bring comfortable conservative clothing enough for 7 days, swimsuits, and personal toiletry. Residents may also bring books, prescription meds, and unopened cigarette packs. Drugs, electronic devices such as cell phones, inappropriate clothing, and perfumes are not allowed in the facility. The center’s main group room has a projector screen for lectures and TV set and residents have access to a fitness room.
Treatment And Therapy
The center offers various treatment and therapy options depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:
- Medical Detoxification
- Inpatient residential program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
The detox program offered at the center seeks to provide a safe and comfortable detox process from alcohol, drugs, and other addictive substances with the help of a skilled clinical team and cutting-edge medications.
Inpatient Residential Program
This is a one-month inpatient rehab program which is designed to be safe and effective. Clients taking part in this program are usually involved in experiential and group therapy, detoxification, and 12-step groups.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This is a program for clients who are ready to receive treatment while living independently and clients who require a lower level of care. The patients receive treatment three hours daily for three days per week.
The following are a list of substances treated at the facility:
- Prescription drugs
- Synthetic Marijuana
The facility offers various options of therapy which include:
- Group therapy
- Family therapy
- Relapse Prevention
- 12-step meetings
- Individual therapy
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center costs approximately $9,800 for a 30-day program at the facility which includes detox but costs vary greatly depending on the type of treatment program a client is registered into. The facility is in-network with most insurance companies such as Tricare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare, and many more. Clients are advised to contact the facility for verification of insurance benefits and information on coverage.
The facility is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and licensed by the State of Florida’s Department of Children and Families. Twelve Oaks is also Tricare certified.
Twelve Oaks Recovery Center Advantages
The recovery center offers alternative and holistic therapies such as yoga, massage therapy, art therapy (creative writing and visual arts), swimming, and many more activities. The serene environment where the facility is located is near the beach and in this, water activities such as beach volleyball are offered. Other fun recreational activities horseshoes and board games are on-site actives that are offered as well. A fitness room is available for clients as it is encouraged by the facility for patients to be completely healthy. Off-site weekend trips are also organized by the facility for patients.
Family therapy is offered but only when recommended as a needed service by the therapist in charge of the client. Aftercare or discharge plan is created for residential clients who have completed a primary program and it is made to fit that patient’s unique needs. On average, clients are placed in an outpatient program for a duration of eight weeks as a follow-up after graduation. This program includes counseling sessions and monitoring progress and commitment at 12-step meetings.
In its entirety, the recovery center provides a well-rounded comprehensive program that treats co-occurring disorders, trauma, addiction, and many more. It is a good option for clients seeking treatment and lives within the Northwest Florida area.
- Joe Holland– Chief Financial Officer
Joe holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Indiana’s School of Business where he majored in Accounting and earned his CPA license over 25 years ago. He has over 24 years of experience working in different accounting capacities in different fields including electronics and agribusiness.
- Mark Stavros – Medical Director
Mark went to Creighton University where he earned a medical degree and then went to St. Vincent’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program completed an Emergency Medicine residency.