Located in Fort Myers, Florida, Addiction Treatment - Park Royal offers treatment for Medical Detox. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Addiction Treatment - Park Royal generally offers treatment options (such as Intensive outpatient treatment, Short-term residential) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Addiction Treatment - Park Royal using their website at www.parkroyalhospital.com to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Concordia, Humana, Magellan Behavioral Health, Medicaid, Medicare, PsychCare, ValueOptions.
I am a former patient here with a lifetime of mental health issues. I checked myself into Park Royal’s outpatient program in April of 2017 with substance abuse and mental health issues. The staff was nothing but caring and attentive to my needs. I highly recommend this facility to anyone in need of help. Happy to report I am still sober and on my meds due to the help I was given at Park Royal.
THANK Y'ALL FOR THE KRAZY BRILLIANT WAY Y'ALL FOUND TO SPONSOR THE WINK NEWS TO SHOW YOUR LOVE. AND BELIEF IN ME..TELL DR. RODRIGUES. JESUS FATHER THE HOLY GHOST AND ME LOVE ALL OF Y'ALL I DONT MISS U THOUGH CUS IF I DID I WOULD HAVE TO COME BACK AND SEE YOU OR I WOULD BE BREAKING THE LAW OF GOD
Great place to get better if you stick to the treatment.
Look you have to understand this is a Baker Act receiving hospital and with that you're not going to have the same experience you would at a non Baker Act facility. Yes they do exist in southwest Florida, although very few and far between. Anyway I too had a God awful experience the first time I went there, I signed myself out almost immediately. I'll just say it, Dr Mazzorana should have his license pulled and is the most pretentious jerk which may have something to do with the fact he couldn't get into medical school in this country and had to go to a remote Caribbean island to do so. However, the second time I went, only because the non Baker Act hospital in Naples had filled all their 12 beds. I demanded a new doc and got Dr. Diaz, a fantastic Dr. Then a went to their outpatient program which is outstanding, a different world than "upstairs". Not the mention the most caring and wonderful psychiatrist Dr. Rieche. Park Royal is what it is, a short term crisis and medication stabilization unit, no more no less. The Baker Act itself should get zero stars for how much it is abused. There is nothing like it in Illinois.
My experience at this facility was life changing, It showed me the life skills I need to stay clean. Gaby was great she really put things in a whole new light for me, gave me hope, she genuinely cares about recovery and helping others. Thank you Gaby and Park Royal !
Recently spent 6 days at Park Royal! Everyone was nice and helpful, but one tech really stood out! Gaby made things make sense in the upbeat cheerful way she presented things! I think she will make a difference in many people's lives, the way she did in mine. Thank you Gaby!!
Very good staff but they left me there too long
If you are truly comitted it works. I'm still here and everyone is very concerned about my well being. Erica R. Was my therapist and I and my first breakthrough was with her. It was frightening but with her and the other staff I got through. I would tell anyone who just needs to examine their life more should be here. We all need help and this was nothing like what was on tv. We all need help at some point. This is where it starts.
Reviewing a Hospital AFTER you placed your son in the facility was indeed frightening for me. OMG. BUT, my son's experience was NOTHING LIKE THAT. People go into hospitals who are: Baker Act, Court Ordered, or Voluntarily. My son's experience was NOTHING short of a CARING LOVING STAFF, a Doctor who probably saved his life, and meds, that are working. But, he went in voluntarily. Perhaps your ASSESSMENT was not fair or just.... Think of the OTHER alternatives. Patients do not go into any hospital IF THEY ARE WELL. No two patients have the same situation or experience. My family was involved from day one...... Now, we will move forward....With a correct diagnose and good treatment for our son..... The front desk and admitting staff was great.... Thank you Charlotte...... Thank you Lisa Dean for your quick action.