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Seastone of Delray

810 Andrews Ave, Delray Beach, Florida, 33483
Seastone of Delray is a gender responsive male only drug rehab treatment center. We treat men's drug addictions through the eyes and world view of being a man. Society pressures men to be providers, to not show feelings and to "suck it up." However, in traditional drug abuse treatment programs, men are told to share their feelings, to open up and to give up control. It's no wonder there is such a high recidivism rate for men who attend drug rehab.

Facility Highlights

  • Full Continuum of Care
  • Weekly Community Outings
  • Men's Gender Responsive Therapy


  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

    EMDR is a highly specific, research-validated form of therapy that can help people overcome traumatic stress, anxiety and depression. With EMDR, a trained practitioner uses bilateral stimulation, eye movement and touch to stimulate parts of the brain as a patient recounts certain experiences and memories as a way to more thoroughly process uncomfortable, painful feelings.
  • Equine Therapy

    A form of animal therapy, equine therapy involves visiting, working with and sometimes riding horses as a way to create a metaphoric relationship that leads to life-altering insights.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Stephen Heelan, LMHC, PhD, EMDR
    Stephen Heelan, LMHC, PhD, EMDRClinical Director
    Dr. Heelan is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 15 years experience as a clinical therapist, and is a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University majoring in Counseling Psychology. He has worked with a broad spectrum of clients treating both young and old, having multiple the roles of parent, partner, student, and professional from various industries including: medicine, finance, law, and education. “I work with clients seeking to resolve struggles with depression, anxiety, sports performance issues, trauma (sexual, emotional, and physical abuse), anger management, and issues surrounding addictions, sexual concerns, interpersonal issues, and PTSD.” In addition to being a clinical therapist, Dr. Heelan has presented at area workshops and seminars and to general audiences speaking on the topics of Mental Health and Recovery. His therapeutic approach provides support and practical feedback to clients, to effectively address personal life challenges, by integrating complementary methodologies and techniques that offer a highly personalized approach, tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, he works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
  • Sarah Hindes, MSW
    Sarah Hindes, MSWCounselor
    Sarah has a bachelor of fine arts from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and a Master of Social Work from Florida Atlantic University. Sarah came to Seastone Delray LLC with 6 years of experience in the recovery field. Sarah is committed to helping people change their lives one day at a time. Sarah helps her clients work toward a happy sober life by sharing the tools needed to overcome past wounds, and be present and grateful in today. Sarah lives in the Delray Beach area with her fiancé and two beloved black labs.

Financial Details

  • Up to 100%

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 2.9
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  • 3.3
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  • 2.3
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  • 3
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My grandson was a patient there and among other things were supposed to have received one hour per day of one on one counseling. In three weeks you got exactly one one hour session. He is in serious trouble with the law I put most of the blame on Seastone. I would never recommend your place to anyone again
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Choosing a drug rehab can be very scary. Seastone of Delray Beach Florida was recommended by a family friend so I sent my 19 year old nephew with hopes that he would be taken care of. Seastone exceeded my expectations! The staff not only helped him with his addition, but he became a part of their family. They listened and took care of his needs. They communicated with family back home. After a short while he had to return home for a court appearance. I did not recognize him at the airport because he looked so good. He was another person. We immediately noticed the change in his behaviors and reasoning. Seastone instilled responsibility and understanding in such a young person... The entire staff at Seastone is concerned with the people, not money. When you call to get information or have any questions, you reach a live person at Seastone not a random call taker from a call center. After three months, I am proud to say my nephew moved to a halfway house. Seastone helped him in so many ways; not only helping him realize his addiction and how to deal with it, but built up his confidence, taught him life skills and taught him to respect himself. I will never forget how they saved my nephew. I highly recommend Seastone of Delray Beach for someone struggling with an addition.
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Co-pay $2,000. Monthly rent, $600, spending acct. False advertising - very limited support Our son entered this facility from The Florida House which is a treatment facility. After almost 50 days at that facility, he had to find a dual diagnosis sober living environment so we had to find one that had an IOP. This facility came highly recommended by my son's case worker (apparently a friend worked there). The website said they had a staff nutritionist, holistic healing center, organized events, counseling, med management, etc. etc. He met with a therapist a few times a week who never followed through with involving us in the sessions (as she said she would) until right before he left and he was in bad shape. He was allowed to sleep so much, he had to be hospitalized for med stabilization because he "stopped taking" his meds. He was supposed to be administered meds and this was not being followed adequately. He was never given help, nor encouraged, to find a sponsor. No help in securing an outside job. This was just an awful experience. Grant has been in a few different facilities and he has also lived in a sober living house over 6 months in Portland Maine. He is now home with us and we are managing his care at this time. We are losing faith in the system.