Finding Drug Rehab in Florida Near Me

Prescription drug abuse, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine are serious problems throughout Florida. Despite law enforcement efforts to reduce the prescription drug epidemic that has taken the nation by surprise, Florida has seemingly slipped through the cracks. Doctor shopping, street dealing and clandestine methamphetamine labs are found in abundance throughout the state creating a major concern for residents.

Sadly, there has been a 14% increase in drug related overdose deaths in Florida in just two years and this number continues to grow. For those who decide to turn their lives around and get sober, Florida drug rehab is critical. However, choosing a rehab center in Florida can be overwhelming as the choices are seemingly endless.

For help finding a program that’s right for you, call 1-800-379-8124 to be connected with a treatment specialist. Our helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you in finding and choosing the best Florida drug rehab programs that offer a wide range of therapy options including:

• Behavioral therapy
• Equine therapy
• Animal assisted therapy
• Art therapy
• 12-step programs
• Non-twelve step treatment

How to Choose Florida Drug Rehab

When you finally make the decision to seek help, the last thing you want is to make the wrong choice in the level or type of care that you receive. That’s why we recommend you wait to make a choice in treatment until you have discussed all of the options available to you. Consider the following:

• Location and whether you will choose inpatient or outpatient rehab.
• Treatment effectiveness and whether patients that leave the program are satisfied with the treatment that they received.
• Cost and whether insurance is accepted.
• Amenities and whether you will feel comfortable at the center.
• Programs offered and whether dual diagnosis treatment is available.

How Long will Treatment Take?

The question of how long it will take for your to recover from addiction to drugs or alcohol depends on a variety of factors. It all begins with YOU and your needs. If you’re struggling with an addiction to prescription drugs, you may require inpatient treatment in Florida for a period of 90-days or longer. Most Florida rehab centers offer a starting point of 30-days of treatment that can be expanded upon based on individual patient needs.

The following factors can contribute to a longer term in drug rehab:

• Age and the age at which you began using drugs or alcohol.
• The amount of time you have been abusing drugs or alcohol.
• The frequency of your substance abuse.
• The severity of the substance abuse.
• The type of substance that is being abused.

To speak with an advisor about the treatment that is available to you in Florida, call 1-800-379-8124 today. Our helpline is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to serve you. Remember, recovery is a long process that begins with making a phone call for help. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

Rehab Programs in Florida

Florida has both a very high number of drug & alcohol rehabs as well as a significant need for help in the state. In all, there are more than 600 substance abuse treatment facilities in Florida. Less than 200 offer non-hospital residential services, while just 30 have inpatient hospital care. Only 14% of the people enrolled in treatment on a given day participate in residential or inpatient programs.

If you’re looking for a quality drug rehab program for yourself or someone else in Florida, check out the facilities throughout different parts of the state by clicking on a city below and view the list of centers. If you would like assistance locating an effective inpatient rehab or help finding something that accepts your insurance, contact us at your convenience.

Florida Addiction Treatment Information

In a single-day count, 54,357 people in Florida were enrolled in substance use treatment, which was an increase from about 49,000 just a couple years prior.

Among those people in Florida who were enrolled in substance use treatment on that day, 41.2% were in treatment for a drug problem only, 16.4% were in treatment for an alcohol problem only, and 42.4% were in treatment for problems with both drugs and alcohol.

In Florida, about 1.0 million people aged 12 or older per year were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed, which signifies a slight decrease, thankfully.

About 435,000 people over the age of 12 were dependent on or abused illicit drugs within the year prior to being surveyed – a number that has stayed relatively the same.

More than 900,000 people in Florida aged 21 or older reported heavy alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed. Of these, only a very small number received treatment during the prior year.

Among people aged 12 or older in Florida with alcohol dependence or abuse, about 100,000 persons per year received treatment for their alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed. About 60,000 people per year received treatment for their illicit drug use.

In a single-day count, 14,577 people in Florida were receiving methadone as part of their substance use treatment, and 1,504 were receiving buprenorphine. Both categories have increased substantially in the past few years, with the number of buprenorphine/Suboxone patients tripling.

Florida Drug Rehabs by City

Florida Recovery Support

– Florida Region
-Gulf Coast Area (Lee & Charlotte County) Phone: 866.389-1344
– Sunset Coast Area (Naples, Bonita Springs) Phone: 888.435-7301
– South Florida Region Phone: 866.288-6262
– South Dade Area Phone: 305.265-9555
– Conch Republic Area (Lower Keys) Phone: 305.394-5962
– North Dade Area (North Miami Beach & surrounding) Phone: 866.935-8811
– Space Coast Area (Brevard County, Melbourne) Phone: 321.631-4357
– River Coast Area (Citrus, Hernando County)
– Nature Coast Area (Inverness, Dunnellon, Crystal River, Lecanto) Phone: 352-508-1604
– Forest Area (Ocala, Marion County, Lake County, Sumter County) Phone: 352.368-6061
– Uncoast Area (Gainesville) Phone: 352.376-8008
– Daytona Beach Area Phone: 386.628-0318
– Greater Orlando Area (Orange, Osceola, Seminole Counties) Phone: 866.579-8333
-Midcoast Area (Delray Bch, Boca Raton, Boynton Bch, Deerfield Bch) Phone: 561.393-0303
– Palm Coast Area (West Palm Beach) Phone: 561.848-6262
– Bay Area (Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Pinellas County) Phone: 727.547-0444
– Recovery Coast Area (New Port Richey) Phone: 727.842-2433
– Bay Area (Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Pinellas County) Phone: 888.779-7117
– Treasure Coast Area (Ft Pierce, Port St Lucie, Stuart, Okeechobee, Vero Bch) Phone: 772.343-8373
– Tampa Funcoast Area Phone: 813.879-4357
– Big Bend Area (Tallahassee) Phone: 850.224-2321
– Alabama/North West Florida Region Phone: 866.985-0008
– Emerald Coast Area (Panama City and surrounding areas) Phone: 866.985-0008
– Greater Pensacola Area (Pensacola, Ft Walton Beach) Phone: 866.985-0008
– Heartland Area (Lakeland, Polk County) Phone: 863.683-0630
– Florida Regional Service Office Phone: 863.683-8224
– Serenity Coast Area (Jacksonville, St Augustine, Orange Park, Neptune) Phone: 904.358-6262
– First Coast Area (Jacksonville) Phone: 904.723-5683
– Peace River Area (Port Charlotte) Phone: 800.381-7371
– Gulf Coast Area (Port Charlotte, Ft Myers, Cape Coral) Phone: 866.389-1344
– Suncoast Area (Sarasota, Bradenton) Phone: 941.257-5055
– Shark Coast Area (Venice, Nokomis, North Port, Englewood) Phone: 941.493-5747
– Gold Coast Area (Ft Lauderdale) Phone: 888.524-1777
– South Broward Area (Hollywood) Phone: 954.967-6755
– South Atlantic Area Phone: 866.288-6262

Florida State Agency Resources

Florida Department of Children & Families
1317 Winewood Boulevard
Building 6, Room 275
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Phone Number: (850)-487-2920
Fax Number: (850)-414-7474