About Our Facility

Along with proven treatment programs and therapeutic approaches, Harmony Hills offers various amenities to enhance the recovery process. Our beautiful, 67-acre property features:

  • Four residential units with 24 rooms
  • Laundry facilities
  • Gym
  • Basketball courts
  • Pool
  • Walking trails
  • Labyrinth
  • Stables and rodeo for horseback riding

Our mission is to ensure that state of the art, effective and whole health treatment is provided to individuals and families impacted by addiction and co-occurring disorders in a compassionate, supportive and healing environment.

Our Program Goals

  • Provide the highest standard of compassionate, science-based treatment, services and support
  • Effectively treat comorbid medical and mental health conditions
  • Educate our clients about their condition, treatment, and best recovery practices
  • Restore the brain/mind/body/spirit to health and teach whole health wellness
  • Foster connection to the recovery community
  • Include a comprehensive family program to support healing for both clients and their loved ones.
  • Provide ample opportunity to remain connected to the Harmony Hills community for support

Embrace a new, substance-free life at Harmony Hills. To learn more, call 855-49HILLS.

Our Values

Clinical Excellence

Ethical Practice

Compassionate Care

Innovation

Client, Colleague, Company and Community Wellness

During treatment, we do our best to help individuals realize that recovery is an ongoing process. Even after completing our program, Harmony Hills offers continued post addiction treatment support with an alumni program along with various forms of aftercare.

Take the first steps toward establishing a new, addiction-free life. Call Harmony Hills today at 855-49HILLS to learn more about our programs.

People with addiction disorders and their families all over the world have felt addiction’s devastating effects. Fortunately, there’s hope to successfully treat this pervasive, life-threatening health condition. Built on many years of experience at implementing effective behavioral health models and strategies, Harmony Hills in Florida is prepared to help clients engage in life-changing recovery.

How We Treat Substance Abuse

Recovery is an individual journey. It begins with the human being that presents themselves to our healing sanctuary. Each person comes with a unique chemical, biological, and psychological makeup, as well as unique experiences, stressors, and trauma that all play a part in their addiction and recovery. In addition, each person comes with their own idea of what they would like their recovery to look like.  There are many evidenced based models and supports that can be used to achieve long-term recovery. At Harmony Hills, we take the time to learn about each individual and their recovery goals so that we can formulate the most effective treatment plan possible.

 

We use a variety of science-based addiction treatment techniques including,

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Traumatic Incident Reduction Therapy (TIR)
  • Medication Management
  • Medicated Assisted Treatment
  • Healthcare
  • Mental Health Treatment

Overall wellness involves more than just proven therapeutic approaches. We also incorporate high-quality nutritional and physical health programming, yoga, guided meditation classes, as well as horseback riding.

How We Succeed

Harmony Hills relies upon ground-breaking data and research to ensure we give individuals the best chance of recovery. Our electronic health record and business analysis platforms provide real-time metrics to monitor performance and program efficacy. These elements ensure that we’re constantly evolving to meet the needs of our patients.

We also believe in maintaining excellent relationships with all of those who fund us, state agencies and stakeholders. Their support enables Harmony Hills to continue providing compassionate care to individuals struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.