Paragon Residential Detox Center


Safe Drug and Alcohol Detox in Palm Beach County

Our Program Includes:

Personalized Care with an Excellent Staff to Client Ratio

Both Abstinence-Based and Medication-Assisted Treatments 

Medically-Managed Detox and Suboxone Maintenance

Experiential Therapies and Native American Healing

Daily Therapy and Psychiatric Consultations

Specializing in Dual-Diagnosis, Trauma and Eating Disorders

Our Center



Our Center is located on a secure tree-lined property in West Palm Beach, Florida. This serene, peaceful environment is perfect for our clients, who need a place to focus on their physical and emotional well-being. Warm weather year-round, convenient amenities and our passionate, experienced and welcoming staff provides a positive environment and gives our clients all the tools they need to start the successful journey to recovery.

Our Team


Our team will support you in building a healthier you. No matter what your health needs are, having a team support you will keep you on the path to meeting them. We work together to connect you with the services you need.



 We are conveniently located just 10 minutes from the beach and 6 miles from Palm Beach International Airport. We are also just minutes from I-95, providing easy access to all major metropolitan areas in South Florida. Our staff can provide complimentary transportation to and from the airport and any treatment centers, as needed, to allow for a seamless transition once a client is ready to move on to the next phase of their recovery  


The Warning Signs of Addiction

Warning Signs and Symptoms of Drug and Alcohol Abuse


Common Behavior

  •  change their friends a lot
  • spend a lot of time alone
  • choose not to spend time with family and friends like they used to
  • lose interest in their favorite things
  • poor hygiene 
  • be really tired and sad
  • have changes in eating habits (eating more or eating less)
  • be very energetic, talk fast, or say things that don't make sense
  • be in a bad mood
  • quickly change between feeling bad and feeling good
  • sleep at strange hours
  • miss important appointments
  • have problems at work or at school
  • have problems in personal or family relationships

It’s hard for people with an addiction to stop taking the drug on their own. They might try to stop taking the drug and then feel really sick. Then they might take the drug again to stop feeling sick. They might need help to stop using drugs.


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