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Just Believe Recovery Center, LLC

1802 NE Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach, Florida, 34957
Located on the sunny southeastern coast of Florida, Just Believe Recovery is committed to providing each individual with the highest level of residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment. The facility believes that recovery is possible for everyone, and provides its clients with a safe and comfortable atmosphere to build trust, practice healthy coping skills, and create meaningful goals for the future. Love and compassion, as well as direct, respectful, and honest communication form the foundation for all treatment modalities at Just Believe, fostering a secure therapeutic environment for long-lasting sobriety.

Facility Highlights

  • Relapse Prevention
  • Theories of Addiction
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Specialization

  • Multi-Therapeutic Approach

    Clients are provided a comprehensive continuum of treatment modalities for a holistic and effective approach to lasting recovery. Services provided include core processing group therapy, experiential art therapy, psycho-educational groups, individual therapy, and more.
  • Family Integrated Approach

    Families are encouraged to assume an active role in loved ones’ recovery processes through Just Believe’s family integrated approach to treatment. Family and friends are offered full support services, including individual, group, and family therapy.

Facility Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Ms. Cynthia Bellino
    Ms. Cynthia BellinoExecutive Director
    Cindy has 20 years of experience in the field of substance abuse. She founded, developed and operated two programs: Serenity House, a women’s halfway house in Jensen Beach, Florida, and the creation of a not-for-profit program, A Pocket Full Of H.O.P.E., Inc. established in 2007 in Pennsylvania that provides housing and support for recovering addicts and their families.
  • Dr. Richard LoSardo, MD
    Dr. Richard LoSardo, MDMedical Director
    Dr. LoSardo attended New York University School of Medicine and after graduation he did a residency in pediatrics at the New York Hospital – Cornell University Medical Center. He initially practiced as a pediatrician in Pennsylvania and achieved Board Certification in pediatrics. He went on to complete a General Psychiatry Residency and a Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Brown University Medical Center.

Financial Details

  • Financing Available

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    I thought the staff and the facilities were wonderful and helped me tremendously. It is a tough time for anybody detoxing and I don't think it's fair to give bad reviews because you're having a hard time.
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    Not a good place, loss my computer. Staff promised it would be replaced but still to this day hasn't. Really think this company at one time cared for clients not anymore
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    1st:I have not been to this facility,but I did make a mistake while still at my home in Indiana and was only few inches away from hitting “Rock Bottom” looking for anything that would possibly save my life,literally....like local Suboxone or Subutex doctors,and in/out patient facility options,along with fastest,most humane,and cleanest forms of suicide and I only contacted “Believe” because it offered communications by Email and texting 24/7 if I had questions...I asked through a text if they offered Suboxone/Subutex rapid detox etc and they did not and I said I must have that condition,then the person “oh well I guess we kind of do but that has to be the patients responsibility?” Then on whenever I needed something the person would just change his story just to keep texting which gave him more time to make a sale? I felt like I was buying a used car,all he cared about was if I had Insurance,how was I gonna pay etc etc? I had not even been to there Website yet and he knew I lived in Indiana and yet he never mentioned they are in Florida? I made him quote me a ball park amount of cost and even with Insurance it was a “MINIMUM”of $6500 out of pocket I told him I was sorry for wasting his time and he said I shouldnt worry about $ right now and just focus on myself...he said “you cant put a price on your life and sobriety?” WTF dude?....2 mins ago he was only concerned with $$$ and Insurance? I hung up and from then on I was getting call after call from multiple “Believe Rehab” people day and night? Please people use common sense...these rehab places will take advantage of you because they know we are vulnerable? They should be ashamed of themselves....they are very manipulating and couldn’t careless about you? The 1st thing you MUST ask these people immediately is if they get a commision for recruiting patients....and sadly,most of them due😔 and that is SO unethical and pathetic....good luck everyone,you’ll need it if you go to “Believe Rehab”
    Sv
      My stepson received a scholarship from you he chooses to leave after a week right or wrong it is his choice then you threaten to keep his money and tell him that you're going to go after him for $25,000 that is totally unethical that's not how you get people with this disease that help they need by threatening them