Lifeskills South Florida
1431 SW 9th Avenue, Deerfield Beach, Florida, 33441
Since 1991, Lifeskills South Florida has offered customized treatment programs for men and women ages 18 over suffering from mental health and substance use disorders such as: anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, borderline personality disorders, depression, substance use disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and thought disorders. As a national Center of Excellence, our goal is to provide affordable, customized treatment options that transform lives and empower clients to sustain long-term recovery.
- Individualized treatment plans
- Treatment for psychiatric, co-occurring and addictive disorders
- Individual and group therapy
Residential TreatmentOur non-institutional, residential treatment facility gives residents access to the local community during their recovery, allowing for the adaptation of new coping skills. Patients who need long-term treatment will engage in the residential program and will receive individualized treatment planning and ongoing support from both the therapeutic community and Lifeskills’ highly skilled clinical staff.
Partial Hospitalization TreatmentAs clients work through independence, we offer residential treatment clients a partial level of care. Partial hospitalization encourages clients to increase their responsibility and ownership. Recovery is not always linear; if there is a need due to safety and/or clinical needs, clients can return to a higher level of care seamlessly without missing a day of care.
Meet the Staff
- Klay WeaverExecutive DirectorWith over 25 years of behavioral healthcare management experience, including over 18 years in executive leadership, Klay Weaver joined Lifeskills South Florida in 2015 as CEO. Prior to joining Lifeskills South Florida, Klay served as the COO of Skyland Trail, a national center of excellence, where he oversaw the organization’s strategic growth, financial operations, clinical operations, and marketing. With roots in community mental health, Klay led two of the largest community mental health centers in the state of Georgia, providing services to over 17,000 individuals annually in 11 counties. Klay received a Bachelor of Arts in Education and an M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary and an M.S.W. from the University of Kentucky. A licensed social worker for more than 20 years, Weaver has enjoyed being active in the community serving on multiple non-profit boards including the Red Cross, Georgia Community Service Board Association and most recently on the Delray Drug Task Force. Klay is passionate about developing evidence-based best practices and outcomes
- Harriet SalzgeberHR DirectorHarriet has been working in the Human Resources field since 1984, where she enjoys interacting with everyone in our staff. In the process, Harriet has received vast experience in manufacturing, marketing and health fields. Harriet has a very strong work ethic and has a commitment to employee satisfaction.