- Emotional and physical abuse
- Postpartum depression
- Body issues
- Many other mental and behavioral health challenges
At The Wave of Clearwater, we focus everything we do on YOU. We provide world-class clinical care supplemented with personalized client services to make everything from your welcome through your stay and transition back home comfortable and stress-free.
Our programs include a Residential Treatment Program and Partial Hospitalization Program.
Every guest at The Wave enjoys a comfortable, private bedroom with satellite TV, complimentary WiFi and a desk/workspace. It’s a home away from home where you can rest and rejuvenate.
LICENSED DIETITIAN and GREAT MEALS.
We provide delicious, healthy meal options. We accommodate dietary restrictions. We offer full nutritional analysis and planning.
The fitness center includes a full array of cardio and strength training equipment. Whether you’re a fitness buff or looking to get back into shape, our gym has what you need.
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The Wave of Clearwater offers art therapy, physical fitness, yoga and meditation. You’ll visit local beaches, museums and parks. Come! Reconnect with the real you!
"Your unwanted behaviors concern your friends, family, co-workers and others. However, we understand that YOU are suffering, and what YOU need is real relief from the painful feelings that caused the unwanted behaviors in the first place. That’s what makes us different. It’s why we can help."
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