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Seaside House

17713 SE Federal Hwy, Jupiter, Florida, 33469
The all-male Seaside Sober Living program offers a supportive, safe, small-group setting where young adult men can continue their recovery journey after completing rehab. With a view of addiction as a chronic, progressive disease that affects entire families, Seaside works to set the stage for a successful, sustainable recovery by providing supportive aftercare treatment that emphasizes character building and family values.

Facility Highlights

  • Male Only Facility
  • Private Rooms
  • Sober Living

Specialization

  • 12-Step

    The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.
  • Client & Family Support Groups

    Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Kevin Deasy
    Kevin DeasyStaff
    Kevin Deasy has been working with alcoholics and addicts since 1982. Kevin is a very strong leader and a great showcase of the gifts that long term sobriety can bring. He has been involved in 12 step recovery for almost 40 years and has been sober for 31 years. Kevin worked for several treatment centers in the New York tri-state area in the 1980s and 1990s. Kevin has had to deal with addiction in his own family including his son and provides direction, education, and insight for family recovery. Kevin’s belief is that a 12-step program is vital for an individual to obtain long term recovery, and, as a result of his own experiences, has created a safe environment at Seaside House that teaches the residents not just how to get sober, but how to stay sober. Kevin is an avid golfer as well as loves to hike, bike, fish, and ride ATVs.
  • Ryan Deasy
    Ryan DeasyCertified Addiction Recovery Coach
    Ryan is a recovery advocate at seaside house. Ryan has been sober since 2012 and grew up in the Jupiter area. He spent a lot of time in institutions around the country before getting his life together in May of 2012. Ryan went through Wilderness Treatment Center in Montana where learned he loved the outdoors and it is possible to have fun in sobriety. Ryan was a mentor twice at SUWS of idaho, a wilderness therapy for adolescents, and learned the satisfaction he got from helping other young men. Getting sober at such a young age, Ryan truly understands the fellowship and support needed in order to sustain long term recovery. Ryan loves to play golf, tennis, basketball, shoot pool, and mountain bike. Ryan is a certified addiction recovery coach and is also pursuing his substance abuse counselor degree.

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Patient Reviews

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Seaside House in Tequesta only cares about one thing...MONEY!! I was demanded 2 months payment in advance for $6,000 per month plus $4,000 for administrative fees?? for a total of $16,000. After being pressured by Ryan(one of the owners) several days prior to my son going that he needed to get in immediately,we paid the money and took him there hoping that he would get best of care. After 12 days he had a relapse and was immediately discharged. After pleading with them for some kind of refund after only being there for 12 days was refused by Ryan stating"It's company policy...No Refunds". I reached out to Ryan's father Kevin Deasy(the other owner) hoping that he would have more compassion for my situation was told that I had to deal with Ryan. I tried to call Kevin a few other times and was hung up on each time. They have since blocked my phone number from trying to contact them. I thought this place was supposed to help people,not turn their back on them and take their families money for making a mistake. I read a lot of other reviews and saw that there were more families that were "robbed"like us.
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Seaside House only cares about one thing....MONEY! I was demanded 2 months payment in advance of $6,000 per month plus a $4,000 administrative fee?? for a total of $16,000.After being pressured by one of the owners several days prior to my son going that he needed to get in immediately we paid the money and took him there hoping that he would get the best of care.After 12 days he had a relapse and was immediately discharged.After pleading with them for some kind of refund after only being there 12 days was refused stating"It's company policy...NO REFUNDS.I reached out to owner's father hoping that he would have more compassion was told by him to deal with.They have since blocked my phone number from trying to contact them.I thought this place was supposed to help people ,not turn their back on them for making a mistake.
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Great program!!! Did wonders for my son and he wouldn’t be where he is today without the help of all the people at Seaside.
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We had a horrible experience with Seaside. Our son reported that the place was dirty and disorganized, and Seaside’s handling of financial matters was unfair, off-market and downright shameful. Unlike many other sober living facilities, Seaside demands payment of three months’ fees in advance (over $26,000), and their invoice states that their “policy” is to keep one month’s fees if the client leaves during the first month. The program did not work out for our son, so he left after 7 days. Seaside forced him to sign a release when he left even though he is a troubled kid and did not even read the release. They then claimed that they were entitled to keep the entire three months’ fees based on the release. It was only after weeks of requests and the exertion of some outside pressure that Seaside finally agreed to refund two months’ fees. They kept over $10,000 for a 7 day stay. Needless to say, you should think long and hard about doing business with these people.
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This facility is full of empty promises. At the end of the day this is a business and that is what they want from you - your business. They will try and keep individuals as long as they can and will manipulate the person in charge of financial decisions. Be warned that this facility is not as is described by their website or by the owners (who are rarely involved). They also will lie and manipulate to let you think everything is included in their fees - that is not true at all. Do your research and know that all of these types of facilities are connected and know each other so they will refer the individual seeking care not for the individuals benefit. Bottom line - this facility did not provide the treatment and support that it described but it did provide a nice hefty bill that some would need to take out loans for and be paying off for the rest of their lives.