Hutchinson Island is known throughout the world for its beauty, serenity, and privacy. With all this in mind, among many other benefits, it is the perfect location for drug and alcohol abuse recovery.
Located right on the beach, our facility is the perfect place for a fresh start.
At Beachside Rehab, you will awake every day to the sound of the ocean and a tropical climate that provides the best situation possible for overcoming drug and alcohol addiction. The island will put your mind at ease, allowing you to focus your time and attention on reclaiming your life.
No matter where you are on Hutchinson Island, nothing changes the fact that the weather and overall atmosphere will put your mind at ease. All of the beaches are popular among our visitors, as well as many others who visit the area on a regular basis. This is particularly true on Bathtub Beach, thanks to the calm water that is protected by large rock formations.
When you visit Beachside Rehab, you will spend a lot of time receiving treatment for your addiction, ensuring that you overcome your problem one day at a time. Along the way, your treatment is aided by the beautiful surroundings.
Once you lay eyes on Hutchinson Island you will realize that there is no better place to receive drug and/or alcohol addiction treatment.
“Beachside Rehab was a life changing experience for me. I was so lost in life and my whole family had given up on me. Treatment was my last hope. I am so thankful I found Beachside. The therapy offices felt so comfortable and helped me calm down because I was so nervous."
“I loved Beachside! The staff, the facilities, and the program was amazing. So thankful I found this place! I highly recommend this treatment center!”
“I was treated on an individual basis. My treatment focused on my needs to get well. A beautiful setting and very caring staff members. I strongly believe that I have a support system I can depend on now and in my future! Thank you for giving me my life back!”
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