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Palm Partners Proud to Announce, Platinum Partners, The Most Confidential Addiction Treatment in the Country

Palm Partners of Delray Beach, Florida provides the most private luxury rehab center in the country offering exclusive help for business executives, professional athletes and celebrities.

Dual diagnosis treatment can help you overcome your addiction once and for all!

Palm Partners is a luxury rehab to help you overcome your addiction.

(Delray Beach, Florida: 8/11/2011): Palm Partners introduces a private, ultra confidential, ultra luxury rehab center that provides the most effective addiction treatment services in the industry. Located in Delray Beach, Florida, the Platinum Partners rehab center, part of Palm Partners Recovery Center, offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment services for high profile clients such as business executives, celebrities and professional athletes who are searching for ultra exclusive and ultra private care in a luxury environment.

Palm Partners understands that some people wish to maintain their privacy for a number of reasons such as maintaining a reputation, preventing stigmas or one of many other reasons. This is why Palm Partners offers the Platinum Partners rehab program which provides private, luxury treatment for drug and alcohol addiction to those looking for unparalleled care in an environment that provides 100% confidentiality and privacy. The private luxury drug and alcohol treatment program at Palm Partners even offers family treatment programs that can address the range of problems associated with drug and alcohol addiction that happen to affect families.

The Platinum Partners drug and alcohol treatment program provides personalized detox programs in an ultra private setting. Patients are treated confidentially by caring and competent staff in luxury accommodations which include outstanding amenities in a private and tranquil setting. The substance abuse recovery programs that are provided at Platinum Partners are confidential so patients can spend less time worrying about their personal life being leaked to the public and more time focusing on recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Programs typically range from 30-90 days and are customized to meet the individual needs of each patient.

For more information about the Platinum Partners luxury drug and alcohol treatment provided by Palm Partners, call Palm Partners at 800-481-6320Who Answers? or visit their website at PalmPartners.com

About Palm Partners

Palm Partners Recovery Center offers various types of drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs including residential drug addiction treatment, inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment as well as extended and follow up care. The drug and alcohol treatment programs offered at Palm Partners Recovery Center are individually tailored to meet the needs of the each patient offering a full range of care, living arrangements, independent living options and extended care.

The Palm Partners Recovery Center treatment programs take a traditional and non traditional approach incorporating the philosophy of a 12-step model that is combined with various health and wellness practices to promote long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In addition to providing a full range of drug addiction services, Palm Partners Recovery Center also offers yoga, fitness therapy, healthy lifestyle options, nutrition counseling and various recreational activities to help promote a healthy recovery.

For more information about the services offered at Palm Partners Recovery Center or to speak with a qualified admissions counselor at Palm Coast Recovery Center, contact the facility at 800-481-6320Who Answers? or visit the Palm Partners Recovery Center website at PalmPartners.com

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