CHANGE YOUR DIRECTION
CHANGE YOUR LIFE
Lakeview Health is a nationally recognized and accredited gender-responsive addiction treatment center, located in sunny Jacksonville, Florida. Even though our campus is located in North Florida, our compassionate staff is ready to facilitate the needs of people from all over the United States. We understand that everyone has their own challenges when it comes to addiction treatment and substance abuse recovery. We offer individualized, gender-responsive treatment to help men and women live a healthy, sober lifestyle.
Lakeview Health supports individuals through the medically complex issues that arise from addiction all the way through the first year away from our treatment program. Our multidisciplinary staff are skilled in substance abuse treatment as well as administering psychiatric care for the mental health issues that may accompany substance use disorder such as anxiety, depression, and trauma.
If you are seeking alcohol or drug addiction treatment for yourself, a loved one, a client, or a patient to refer, Lakeview Health can help. We treat each person who walks through our doors as an individual, with individual needs clinically, medically, and spiritually. Our treatment approach is designed to address the needs of the whole being in an effort to set them on the path to recovery from substance use disorder. Our rehabilitation center boasts luxurious amenities that offer an unparalleled experience during detoxification and rehabilitation.
Lakeview Health sits on a 12-acre campus in urban Jacksonville, Florida. Our facility is designed to offer a safe space away from the chaos and pain of addiction. Located 20 minutes from the beaches, it’s here you’ll find both medical and clinical care steeped in a peaceful atmosphere that supports healing and recovery.
Lakeview Health offers a gender responsive program that spans the full continuum of care: from detox and inpatient rehab to residential rehab, to partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. We also offer dual diagnosis treatment that helps to address the many possible co-occurring disorders patients might experience.
Admitting to yourself and others that you need help is often the single most difficult part on the road to recovery. You must know that you are not alone and the sooner you seek help, the better your chances of overcoming addiction. We encourage anyone who is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction to get the help they need as soon as possible. If you have decided you or your loved one’s drug or alcohol use is at the stage of addiction, Lakeview Health can help you get on the road to recovery.
Getting started is simple – a one step process:
Call our admissions team at (866) 704-7692. They are available 24/7/365 to answer your questions and get you started on the road to recovery. And you may be interested to know, each and every admissions specialist has been in your shoes. They understand what you are going through on a personal level because they’ve been there too. You can rest assured that they will offer you the best guidance possible for your situation.
If you are unable to make a phone call, click the button below to start the process online and our intake services team will contact you at a time that is good for you.
One of the unique qualities of Lakeview Health is that we offer ways to help your recovery continue to be successful after you leave our campus. Staying sober can be a challenge and having the support of professionals and fellow recovering addicts can go a long way. Our Alumni Services include resources to help you manage your recovery and stay connected with your peers from Lakeview Health.
We invite referrals from other organizations and professionals. When you refer a patient to Lakeview Health, you become a valued part of the treatment team. We’re committed to providing your patients with exceptional quality of care, using our multidisciplinary team approach to addiction treatment. We look forward to discussing how our residential drug and alcohol rehab can meet your patients’ needs.