The Family Center for Recovery takes the patients most treatment centers in the United States can't. Why? Because our facility is the only facility in Florida owned and operated by an addiction psychiatrist. “I realized that there were whole groups of people not being treated because their cases might be too difficult or not profitable enough. I've dedicated my life to helping the people no one else will.” – Dr. Robert A. Moran, M.D., F.A.P.A., F.A.S.A.M.
Call 561-223-2001 and our admissions will listen to the patient details / needs and assist with verifying insurance benefits. If insurance and self-pay if not an option, and we cannot place the patient at FCFR, we will assist with referral to a center that may accept the individual's policy or financial situation.
We specialize in: - Adolescents with substance abuse and mental health disorders. - Expecting Mothers with substance abuse or mental health disorders. - Adult drug and alcohol treatment - Mental health disorders with or without substance abuse - Virtual Reality Therapy
Family Center For Recovery (FCFR) is the best and we're so thankful! FCFR is our loved one's first Residential Treatment Center. We have heard from many, many families that have sent loved ones to treatment facilities across the USA and they state FCFR is the only place that actually diagnosed their loved ones properly and provided specific, tailored treatment; they got the help they needed! Something else that you seldom hear about other facilities is patients seeing actual Psychiatrists everyday. At FCFR, Dr. Moran and his Team are involved with every patient every single day! Not only does FCFR help the loved ones in need of treatment, please note the 1st letter of the name FCFR,, "Family"!! Yes, the whole family participates regularly in getting the loved ones healthy and on a better path aimed at success! FCFR has been a blessing. Thank You FCFR Family!
Uncaring people! My partner was there for 7 months and was misdiagnosed. I chose to relocate him with me out of state to continue treatment. He gave the 72 hour notice they required and immediately forced him to leave. Being that I lived 7 hours away I pleaded with them to at least hold off until the following morning. They refused and he had to sleep at the train station till the next day. Not very nice considering his condition PTSD/ Schizophrenia.