Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Florida
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- Drug Addiction Treatment Centers
- Alcohol Rehab Centers
- Substance Abuse Rehabs
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers
- Most Insurances Accepted
- Payment Assistance Available
When looking for a Florida rehab, it’s important to do your research. Each facility has its own treatment approach, specialties, and services that it offers.
Among the hundreds of substance abuse treatment facilities in Florida, almost all of them treat both alcohol and drug abuse. About half of them focus solely on substance abuse treatment, while the other half are dual diagnosis facilities with a combination of mental health and substance abuse services. The majority Florida facilities offer outpatient services, while only about 30% offer inpatient or residential treatment.
Each facility accepts a different variety of insurance plans—so it’s important to ask—and almost all accept out-of-pocket payment. If you can’t afford treatment, around 40% of Florida facilities offer treatment at no charge for some clients who can’t pay. Also, nearly half of all Florida facilities offer counseling in Spanish.
Select a Rehab Center by County
Florida has become a hub of treatment professionals and rehab facilities over the years. From the east to the west coast, people come to the Florida’s warm air and sunny beaches to start their process of healing from substance abuse. Plenty of Floridians also take advantage of the many, quality rehab options in their state.
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Gilchrist County/Levy County
Hernando County/Pasco County
Indian River County
Manatee County/Sarasota County
Orange County/Lake County/Polk C
Orange County/Seminole County
Palm Beach County
Polk County/Osceola County
Santa Rosa County
Sarasota County/Charlotte County
St. Johns County
St. Johns County/Flagler County
St. Lucie County
Sumter County/Marion County
Volusia County/Flagler County
Florida—Drug Rehab Capital of the Country
Whether native or out-of-state, a large portion of people decide to stay in Florida to build their new, sober lives. Several coastal cities now have some of the most well-established addiction recovery communities in the country—particularly in South Florida—where neighbors share common support and understanding.
Whether you’re a Florida native or considering traveling for treatment, there are a wide range of rehab options to accommodate you or your loved one. We can help you during your search—feel free to call us: 1-866-207-7436.
If you or a loved one is considering addiction treatment in Florida, here’s what you need to know.
- Each year in Florida, around 1.5 million people are dependent on or abusing alcohol and/or drugs. Less than 15% of them receive treatment.
- 27,814 people were admitted to Florida addiction treatment centers in 2015.
- Nearly 28% of those people abused alcohol only, 21% primarily abused opiates other than heroin, and 14% primarily abused heroin.
- In 2014, there were 8,587 drug-related deaths in Florida—the majority of which were caused by cocaine and morphine.
- Though heroin and fentanyl caused fewer deaths total, they’ve shown the sharpest increase in fatalities in recent years.
Find Sobriety in the Sunshine State
Almost all Florida rehabs will provide these standard treatment services:
- Substance abuse assessments
- Urine testing for drugs or alcohol
- Both individual and group counseling sessions
- Relapse-prevention training and cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Discharge planning for after treatment
Florida Organizations Fighting Addiction
- The Substance Abuse and Mental Health (SAMH) Program is the sole legal authority on substance abuse and mental health in the state, appointed by SAMHSA. The program oversees Florida’s system of care, for both serious mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
- The Florida Partnership for Success (PFS)—within the SAMH—is a grant program funded by SAMHSA. Their focus is on reducing underage drinking and substance abuse in targeted communities in Florida.
- The Statewide Drug Policy Advisory Council (DPAC) was created by the Florida Legislature, to analyze substance abuse problems and recommend drug control strategies to the Governor and other policymakers. The council also reviews substance abuse programs and seeks research projects to achieve better treatment outcomes.
- The Florida Alcohol & Drug Abuse Association (FADAA) is a non-profit group, committed to improving treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. They are influential advocates for reducing stigmas, using evidence-based practices in treatment, and changing the healthcare system for the better.
- To Write Love on Her Arms is a popular nonprofit organization in Florida, bringing hope to people struggling with addiction, depression, self-injury, and suicide. They connect and inform through community events, as well as invest directly in treatment and recovery.