New Season Treatment Center – Lee County (Addiction treatment center) 1415 Homestead Rd N, Lehigh Acres, FL 33936


New Season Treatment Center – Lee County,

1415 Homestead Rd N
Lehigh Acres
FL 33936

New Season Treatment Center – Lee County

(239) 491-8092 – 1415 Homestead Rd N, Lehigh Acres, FL 33936 – Google Rating 3.8

Tuesday: 5AM–1:30PM
Wednesday: 5AM–1:30PM
Thursday: 5AM–1:30PM
Friday: 5AM–1:30PM
Saturday: 6–9AM
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 5AM–1:30PM


Name: Amalis Corcino
Rating: 5
Review: This program save me from being sick, so I’m grateful it was right next to my mother’s house 10 minutes away so anytime I need to go get my courtesy. At least I know where to go. Thank you for helping me from New York City.
Date: 3 months ago


Name: Rachel Tanner
Rating: 1
Review: I bring a family member here and Don's right it's a complete joke. It breaks my heart Because these people are trying their hardest to get their life's together and this clinic is a joke!! Their staff doesn't even show up ( other than Kathy, who does really care) the guy that runs it is never here there's no one to complain to. And you have the nerve to write back And say you're going to address the issues I've been bringing my family member here for almost 2 years now and it was once ran by a good man who went on vacation and never came back. You people are in it just to make money you don't really care about none of these people. You should be ashamed of yourselves...
Date: 8 months ago


Name: Chris Bass
Rating: 5
Review: 100% better now with this new director as well as counselor’s. The new director is doing a amazing job. I sure wouldn’t want his job. He’s just fair. That’s what this world needs.
Date: 7 months ago


Name: Ashley Laker
Rating: 4
Review: If you abide by the program here you can really get clean and stay clean. I have been here for 2 years now and I have been clean for long enough to be at phase 6, I believe. The place is usually pretty tidy, inside and outside. They used to offer coffee daily but have changed it to 3 days a week.The nurses are great especially Arianna and Sam. They are really what kept me going strong when I was thinking about leaving this clinic due to a dispute with the old director. They are just the sweetest nurses that are also knowledgeable. Also, the doctor is really nice. I have never felt weird or less than when I see him. He really makes me feel comfortable and listens to me. The only thing about the staff that drives me nuts is the revolving door of counselors. They are constantly changing and there isn’t a single counselor left from when I first started going.If you are looking for a good clinic to get clean at this is a great place to go. The lines are almost non existent, no body hangs out front and makes it look like a methadone clinic, the hours of operation are descent, and the nurses and the doctor are absolutely great. If you are trying to get clean, good luck you can do it!
Date: 4 years ago

About New Season Treatment Center – Lee County

For over 30 years, New Season Treatment Center has been a leading health care service provider of outpatient treatment centers that specialize in providing safe, quality care for individuals living with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). Operating in more than 70 centers in 22 states we support those affected and their families with the treatment and counseling to achieve and sustain successful recovery.

Understanding Inpatient Treatment

Precisely what is Inpatient Rehab?

Inpatient rehabilitation is the highest level of treatment offered to people with drug and booze habit. During residential rehabilitation, we provide lodging in a center while get therapy. Some initiatives offer detox firstly, to rid the system of the toxins gathered from the abuse of substances or booze. Subsequent to that, they can transition to residential rehabilitation. Moreover, other residential centers take individuals who have just finished detox.

Primarily, inpatient rehabilitation provides complete assistance. This is helpful and aids significantly with urges while working on the underlying concerns causing their habits. In fact, many rehabilitation centers, in turn, also help with co-occurring psychological conditions. These comprise depressive disorders, panic disorders, manic-depressive illness, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Inpatient rehabilitation centers, like our WPB Rehabilitation Center in Southern Florida, offer a lot more to offer than group treatments and talks. Alternatives like artistic therapy, music therapy, and neurofeedback keep things engaging and entertaining. Thus, each client easily gets enough exposure to discover what functions and what doesn’t work for them.

Inpatient drug and alcohol care is particularly beneficial for first-timers and those who have tested outpatient or less thorough initiatives but realized them unsuccessful for their requirements.

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