Sunview Wellness

FAQ's

Sunview Wellness is an outpatient program, offering Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Outpatient (OP) therapies. We provide treatment for both Mental Health and Substance Abuse services. Services include but are not limited to Individual, Family, and Group counseling as well as being seen by the medical team for medication management and other needs.

IOP services are 3 days a week from 9am -1pm programming. Patients choose which days they would like to attend. IOP length of stay varies from patient to patient. The clinical team along with the patient collaborate on the amount of time at this level of care.

PHP services are 5 days a week Monday through Friday from 9am -1pm. PHP lasts on average 1-2 months on average.  The clinical team along with the patient collaborate on the amount of time at this level of care.

Patients or families may call 561-710-2000 for questions and to verify insurance information. Following, staff will reach out to schedule a screening and admission.

Yes, we have an in-house driver for patients living in town and we are contracted with a third-party transportation provider.

Yes, we will do our best to assist all patients in attaining behavioral health treatment.

Yes, our goal is to assist all people, to the best of our ability, to obtain the right treatment for their needs. Any other questions please call 561-710-2000 and a member of the team will be able to assist.

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Substance Abuse

Recover from addiction and dependency and reclaim your life and relationships. No matter what you've already tried (or haven't tried), we're here to provide a plan for recovery.

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Dissociative Disorder

Having a disconnection and a lack of continuity between thoughts, memories, surroundings and identity.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Having excessive thoughts that lead to repetitive behaviors.

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Panic Disorder

Having a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers sever physical reactions.

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Psychosis

Having a loss of contact with reality and may include seeing or believing things that aren’t real.

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Anxiety

Having intense and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Having difficulty emotionally recovering from a traumatic event which may include “reliving” the event.

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Paranoia

Having an unreasonable distrust of others or feelings of persecution.

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Borderline Personality Disorder

Having unstable moods, behavior and difficulty maintaining relationships.

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Bi-Polar Disorder

Having severe mood swings from feeling very low and feeling very high.

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Schizophrenia

Having difficulty interpreting reality and seeing or believing things are aren’t real.

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Depression

Having persistent feelings of sadness and a loss of interest.

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