Sovereign Health of Florida is a leader in providing patients with proper diagnosis, treatment and recovery from mental health disorders. Our two facilities in Florida — Sovereign Health of Fort Myers, FL and Sovereign Health of Pompano Beach, FL — provide partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), evening IOP and outpatient treatment (OP) levels of care. Our Fort Myers location also offers residential treatment (RTC).
About Sovereign Health of Fort Myers, FL
The Sovereign Health of Fort Myers residential facility is located in Florida Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers. The site is on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, where residents can enjoy pleasant weather, scenic views and spend time on the waterfront while receiving treatment. The facility is also minutes from downtown Fort Myers, with plenty of restaurants, theaters and weekend activities for patients to choose from.
Patients can seek partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), and evening IOP levels of care, along with residential treatment (RTC) and medical detox.
Male and female residents who are in the residential treatment program have separate living quarters, with two people to a room. A professional chef prepares three meals a day for our patients. Patients are able to make food requests to meet any of their particular dietary needs. Patients also help maintain their rooms and treatment areas. Residents have TV and game time, as well as access to a computer lab and library with a fireplace. Smoking is allowed, but only in designated areas and times.
About Sovereign Health of Pompano Beach, FL
The Sovereign Health of Fort Myers residential facility is located in Florida Gulf Coast city of Fort Myers. Our residential site is 12-miles away in Broward County near southeast Fort Lauderdale. The Pompano Beach location offers a number of activities and beaches for our clients to visit while they recover.
Patients can seek partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), outpatient services (OP), and evening IOP.
To learn more about out treatment locations in Florida, please contact out 24/7 helpline.