Substance Abuse Resources in Apopka

Apopka Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Florida’s subtropical climate and immersive theme parks can be a sun seeker’s paradise, but underneath the palm trees and sunscreen, the drug epidemic is spiraling out of control. Orange County is one of seven locales designated as the Central Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA).

These areas in central Florida are well-worn routes for the distribution of drugs across the nation and to the constituents in these areas, including Apopka. Apopka is vulnerable to drug and alcohol addiction. Controlled prescription opioids have surpassed cocaine as the most misused substance in Apopka, Florida. In 2015, over 2,000 Floridians died from overdoses; the majority died from an overdose of a controlled prescription drug (CPDs).

The shame that accompanies addiction makes it painful for struggling individuals to get access to the help they need. The knowledge surrounding addiction and its treatment have evolved, even if the stigma hasn’t evaporated just yet. Experts assert that addiction isn’t a moral shortcoming, but an illness. Apopka’s proximity to Orlando makes treatment options widely available. If you are seeking drug addiction treatment in Apopka, Florida, help is available. By calling The Recovery Village, you can learn more about these options, including:

  • Apopka drug rehab
  • Apopka alcohol rehab
  • Apopka drug treatment facilities
  • Apopka alcohol treatment facilities
  • Apopka drug detox
  • Apopka alcohol detox
  • Inpatient drug rehab (Apopka, FL)
  • Outpatient drug rehab (Apopka, FL)

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You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Substance abuse doesn’t have to be a death sentence. If you or someone you love is struggling to overcome an addiction, the right rehabilitation care could save a life. The Recovery Village is proud to help patients step foot on the road to recovery by providing comprehensive care from detox to aftercare. Whether you’re seeking an Apopka drug rehab center or an Apopka alcohol rehab center, your road to recovery can begin with a single phone call.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Apopka, Florida

Apopka, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Apopka is in the center of the United States addiction epidemic, but there’s a legion of recovery experts that can help you win these battles. If you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Apopka, FL, and an alcohol rehab center in Apopka, FL, there are over 50 treatment centers in the area. This area has detox programs, inpatient treatment facilities, outpatient programs and 12-step meetings for post-care support. There’s help for everyone ready to start their path toward health.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Inpatient treatment programs maintain constant medical care and supervision for those who require more help with abstaining from any damaging substances.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)

    PHP offers more pliancy than inpatient treatment programs. It’s common for partial hospitalization programs to locate accommodations for their patients. Partial hospitalization facilities often provide 24-hour access to medical personnel.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient treatment patients may reside in program housing or at home. This varies, depending on the specifics of each outpatient treatment program.

The route to recovery may be best served by getting away from home. Loved ones may try to keep you on your path to recovery, but they can’t replace addiction professionals trained to counsel you. National treatment centers often employ cutting-edge treatments with the therapeutic facilities vital to making a full recovery.

There are endless choices when it comes to choosing your weapon against drug and/or alcohol addiction. Know your strengths and weaknesses that surround your problem. If temptation is around every corner at home, acknowledge that your best bet of success is to leave your surroundings. Acquaint yourself with the resources available to you at a local, state and national level. Consider the road blocks to your sobriety, and then decide how to remove them.

The Recovery Village is on the forefront for treating substance misuse. We work with empathetic professionals while offering luxurious details to encourage your recovery process

Detox Centers

Mental, spiritual and physical wellness starts with removing all drugs and/or alcohol from your system. Deciding to clarify your mind and body are commendable choices, but sobering up can be complicated, and at its worst fatal, depending on what substances are built up in your system. Make sure you consult a doctor before taking the leap in the right direction. The detoxification stage is crucial in the fight against addiction, but it is only the opening act.

After you have completed detox, then the skill set of proactively dealing with personal issues can be honed. The maintenance of healthy behaviors lead to long-term recovery. This may be difficult to achieve without a dramatic shift of your personal situation. Removing temptation from your reach while having access to therapeutic resources could make the difference in becoming a statistic or living life with a clean slate.

Overcoming addiction is hard work, so is the detox process. If this stage is continually interrupted by relapses in that case, detoxification and other healing measures can be reworked until you gain enduring sobriety.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Substance misuse rehabilitation is a lengthy fight, particularly for those with multiple substance dependencies, like heroin and alcohol. After you’ve completed the detox, inpatient or outpatient steps toward sobriety, a post-care plan provides you with the support to stay sober.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Your sobriety depends on you and how committed you remain to your aftercare therapy. The team at The Recovery Village will help you put together an aftercare plan before you return home. Alcoholics Anonymous is an excellent example of a useful post-care tool that helps recovering alcoholics remain sober by providing a network of support. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a global fellowship dedicated to aiding those suffering from alcohol addiction. Regardless of where you completed alcohol treatment, Apopka offers AA meetings to anyone seeking friendship in recovery:

  • Nueva Luz
    Where:
    418 S. Park Ave.
    Apopka, FL 32712

  • Apopka Big Book
    Where:
    United Methodist Church
    201 S. Park Ave.
    Apopka, FL 32703

  • Apopka Big Book Speaker
    Where:
    St. Paul Lutheran Church
    261 S. McGee Ave.
    Apopka, FL 32703

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is an offshoot of Alcoholics Anonymous that focuses on a community struggling with substance use disorders. NA is extremely beneficial as an aftercare program for the patient who has successfully completed detox, outpatient, partial hospitalization or inpatient treatments. You will learn during treatment that aftercare is as vital to your sobriety as the detoxification stage. Aftercare is the secret to staying sober for the rest of your life. Narcotics Anonymous functions from a 12-step perspective like Alcoholics Anonymous. NA’s mission is to build a network of recovering addicts that support one another. NA helps you overcome the illness of addiction while relying on communal support. Your wellness depends upon your dedication to your aftercare and the strengths of the friendships you build there. If you recently completed drug treatment, Apopka’s NA meetings can help you in your recovery. Here’s a list of NA meetings in and around Apopka, Florida:

  • Apopka Assembly of God
    Where:
    951 North Park Avenue
    Apopka, FL 32712

  • Church of the Holy Spirit
    Where:
    601 South Highland Avenue
    Apopka, FL 32703

  • West Side Community Church
    Where:
    1937 Lakeville Road
    Apopka, FL 32703

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery meetings are like Alcoholics Anonymous but with a 4-point modality in place of the 12-step method. This aftercare treatment is also for individuals who have finished all the necessary steps: detox and completion of enrolled inpatient or outpatient treatments. SMART Recovery is a non-profit fellowship that has widened its mission to provide an overhaul to all the factors that contributed to your misuse of substances. The primary components in SMART Recovery meetings are centered around building healthy connections. These encouraging bonds help individuals develop both responsibility and independence within the SMART Recovery group. Below is a list of SMART Recovery meetings in the Apopka area and further afield:

  • University of Central Florida
    Where:
    400 Central Florida Blvd.
    Orlando, FL 32826
    *For university students only

  • Living Rationally Inc
    Where:
    1200 Van Arsdale St.
    Oviedo, FL 32765
  • Daytona Beach Treatment Center
    Where:
    1823 Business Park Blvd.
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Addiction hurts the individual, their families and the community. Alcoholism and addiction can leave family members struggling to cope with their loved ones’ disease. The wide availability of cocaine, prescription opiates, methamphetamine and other substances has left many people in our nation scrambling to make sense of addiction and the circumstances created by drug and/or alcohol dependence. Stress is a common factor for families of a recovering patient. This chronic sickness may cause the loved ones to become emotionally spent, with their stress levels overloaded. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings give the support system of the addict an encouraging environment of their own. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are fellowships that your loved ones can depend on. Below you’ll find a list of Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in/or near Apopka, Florida:

  • The Book Rack
    Where:
    The Book Rack
    125 W. McKey St.
    Ocoee, FL 34761
  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Health Central Hospital
    Basement, Bradford Room
    10000 W. Colonial Dr.
    Ocoee, FL 34761
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Christ Church Unity
    771 W. Holden Ave.
    Orlando, FL 32839

It’s worth considering leaving the routine stresses that are present in your environment. The ease of access to your substance, along with enablers found in your hometown, could hinder your recovery. Perhaps, the wisest decision is temporarily relocating to a national treatment facility. The national recovery programs generally employ top professionals, and they provide small luxuries necessary for healing. Also, at national facilities, your privacy is tantamount.

Take care in deciding which treatment will best help you along your path. Be honest with yourself about your vulnerabilities, and decide which route will help you remain sober for the rest of your life

Addiction is a chronic disease just like any other serious ailment. Substance misuse disorders don’t mean you’re a substandard person. It means you have an illness that demands expert care. However, when you get on the road to recovery, there’s always help waiting for you to get started.

Local Communities Served

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Apopka was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by The Recovery Village