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FAQ

Q: Who does The Wave of Brooksville serve?
The Wave of Brooksville treats women who are experiencing mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder from trauma, anxiety disorders such as obsessive compulsive disorder and panic, and other mental health challenges that interfere with the ability to enjoy life.
Q: Is the staff at The Wave of Brooksville women only?

All members of the treatment team present in the facility are female. However there are some vendors who are male and we inform the residents when vendors will be present.

Q: Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid?

At the moment, we do not accept Medicare and Medicaid. We are working with these government agencies to get credentialed to begin accepting these insurances.

Q: Is the Wave of Brooksville affiliated with any religious organizations or groups?

No, we are not affiliated with any religious groups or associations.

Q: What is the cost and the average length of stay for treatment?

The cost varies based on your insurance and finances. We recommend 30 days of treatment and then stepping down to another level of care to complete your program. Contact our admissions team for more information.

Q: What time is the curfew at The Wave of Brooksville?

The Wave of Brooksville does not specifically have a curfew. However, programming ends at nine o’clock pm and clients are encouraged to begin to prepare for sleep early to be able to fully participate in programming the following day.

Q: Are electronics permitted to be used at the treatment center?
At the discretion of your therapist, you may use your cell phone, laptop and other electronics during free time.
Q: Is wifi available at The Wave of Brooksville?

Yes.

Q: What amenities can I expect to enjoy at The Wave of Brooksville?

Our treatment center offers a pool and tennis area, nature and walking trails, spa services and weekly outings.

Q: Will I be in programming all day?

Each week, there are supervised outings to nearby parks, gardens and other local attractions. We also have weekend spa services in-house and weekly grocery delivery. Due to COVID 19, outings are limited.

Q: Does The Wave of Brooksville provide transportation to or from treatment?

Please contact your Client Advocate for additional details on transportation.

Q: Are pets permitted at The Wave of Brooksville?

Service animals with the proper paperwork are permitted.

Q: Can I smoke or vape while visiting or staying in the treatment center?

Clients may smoke during specified times in outdoor smoking areas. Vaping is also permitted outside of the facility.

Q: What will I need during my stay?

We recommend you pack a week’s worth of casual attire for your stay. Laundry facilities are available at the residence. Each woman is provided with basic toiletries as well. An example of needed garments would be pants or shorts, shirts, and underwear for seven days, nightwear, workout wear, one bathing suit, comfortable walking shoes and shoes to wear on the beach. We also recommend a light sweater in case of cooler weather.

Q: What type of meal service is available to clients?

Breakfast is an array of continental choices. You are able to select your lunch and dinner from options provided by a local catering service.

Q: Are private rooms available?

We have both private and shared rooms at The Wave of Brooksville.

Q: Can I bring my own medication?

Please bring ALL  medications you are currently taking – in the original bottles. These will be reviewed and approved by our Director of Nursing. Additionally, our doctors may prescribe medication during your stay, which will be obtained for you from a local pharmacy. Please note: We do not administer medications.

Q: Are family members welcomed?

There are specific visiting hours for The Wave of Brooksville. If your therapist recommends, you can participate in family therapy sessions while you are in treatment. Due to COVID 19, visitation is limited to outside areas. 

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