Complete Mental Health Care
Banyan Treatment Centers stands as a leader in providing growth through recovery by offering all levels of care through our treatment continuum.
Complete Mental Health Care
Mental Health Programs at Banyan Treatment Center
Banyan Treatment Center stands as an industry leader in providing mental health treatment services for primary, stand-alone and co-occurring diagnoses. The mental health programs offered at Banyan Treatment Center and Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches offer multiple levels of care to address the unique needs of each patient. Banyan Mental Health specializes in treating mood and thought disorders, including:
Trauma, Grief & Loss issues
Adjustment & Attachment Disorders
We understand the hardships that patients and families face when struggling with a mental health disorder and seek to improve the happiness and quality of life for those we treat. The programs we offer feature 24-hour support and supervision, psychiatric evaluation and medication management, along with personalized treatment planning to ensure the best possible outcome for each individual. At Banyan Mental Health the safety and well-being of our patients is of utmost importance and we believe in delivering only the highest standard of care.
Mental Health Therapies
at Banyan Treatment Center
Our Residential and PHP Mental Health Programs implement a variety of therapies and treatment methods to care for our patients on an individual basis, according to their diagnosis. We pride ourselves on providing truly customized care for all patients. For more information on how we can help those suffering from mood and thought disorders, contact our facility today. It’s never too late to take control over your life. Call us now for a free and confidential assessment!
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Solution Focused Brief Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
We have Residential Programs in two locations. One is located at 1000 NW 15th St, Boca Raton, FL 33486 this location is off of Glades Road, right across from the Florida Atlantic University Entrance. Our other Residential Program is located at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches located at 7859 Lake Worth Road in Lake Worth. Our PHP Program is located at 950 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062.
How long is the average length of stay?
For every client, length of stay differs based on a variety of factors including medical criteria, diagnosis, insurance authorizations and other determinants. For residential treatment, the average length of stay is between 14-30 days. Key components include 24 hour medical supervision, medication stabilization, access to daily medical provider and individual/group therapy to address key mental health issues, as well as address any substance abuse issues.
The average length of stay for PHP is 21-30 days. Key components include 24 hour mental health tech supervision, medication stabilization access to regular medical provider and individual/group therapy to address key mental health issues, as well as address any substance related issues.
What is your licensure?
We are licensed through the Department of Children and Family Services (DCF) and we have a Mental Health Residential License through the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA)
How many beds does the facility have?
Our residential program is a 20 bed facility, while our PHP program is 18 beds.
How often is the family involved for therapy sessions?
Family is invited to visit the facility and participate in therapy sessions on an as-needed basis. The patient’s primary therapist will determine the best course to take for the individual patient and family. Video conferencing and phone sessions are available for family members who do not live locally.
Do you treat dual-diagnosis patients (those struggling with both mental health and substance use disorders)?
Yes. Banyan’s mental health programs are designed for those who have a primary mental health diagnosis, as well as co-occurring disorders with a secondary diagnosis of substance abuse.
Does your facility require tests upon admission? If so, what are they?
Upon admission all patients much submit a urine sample to identify any substance use that needs to be addressed along with a mental health diagnosis. They will be given a mental health assessment to determine medical & psychiatric history, symptoms and severity. It is then that patients can be properly diagnosed, and the best treatment plan developed for the course of treatment.
What are Mental Health Technicians?
Our Mental Health Technicians and Behavioral Health Technicians (“techs” for short) are an important part of our patients’ daily routines and they assist with various tasks such as transportation, scheduling, coordination of daily activities, and more. They are certified mental health technicians and we have a minimum of three on staff at all times.
What is the staff ratio?
We have 1 staff member for every 4 patients in our Mental Health Program.
Are the mental health patients mixed with the substance abuse clients in daily programming and housing?
Our mental health programming has a schedule that is entirely separate from our primary substance abuse program. Patients arrive and depart from the facility at different times, groups are held independent from one another and breaks are staggered. Recreation activities at nights and on the weekends are also entirely exclusive to each program.
All residences are gender-specific and defined by program as well.
What insurance do you accept?
Both programs accept all Out of Network Providers and cash pay options are available. Contact a member of our admissions team for information on payment and insurance options.
Are there any Prohibited Items?
No cellphones, no electronics with camera or internet access, no open hygiene products or open tobacco products, no pornographic material, etc. are allowed to be brought in on admission. Any products containing alcohol, including hygiene products such as shampoo, are also not allowed. Compact mirrors, scissors, razors and nail clippers may be used only under staff supervision, and are kept locked away in personal bins when not in use. Glass is also prohibited, and belts are strongly discouraged, though may be allowed on an individual basis following clinical evaluation. Any items that are confiscated on admission will be kept in a locked personal bin and returned to the patient upon discharge.
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