Substance Abuse Resources in Cocoa
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Cocoa Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
In 2016, the number of people who lost their lives due to opioid overdoses in the United States outnumbered those who died in automobile accidents. Floridians have seen a dramatic rise in the number of people who are addicted to prescription opioids and narcotics like heroin. The increase in drug and alcohol addiction has caused devastation in the lives of families that can be felt in communities like Cocoa, Florida.
Not long ago, doctors were overprescribing opioids like oxycodone. The federal government stepped in, introducing legislation to curb the over prescription of highly addictive opioids in 2010. Even though physicians today are prescribing opioids less often or for shorter courses of treatment, the number of opioid misusers has continuously risen over the past five years.
The good news is that if you’re looking for alcohol and drug rehabs in Cocoa, Florida, there are many resources and agencies throughout Florida that are committed to helping those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you’d like to speak with someone about these options, call The Recovery Village, where an intake coordinator can give you information about Florida rehab and:
- Cocoa drug rehab
- Cocoa alcohol rehab
- Cocoa drug treatment facilities
- Cocoa alcohol treatment facilities
- Cocoa drug detox
- Cocoa alcohol detox
- Inpatient drug rehab (Cocoa, FL)
- Outpatient drug rehab (Cocoa, FL)
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Cocoa, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers
Our society values self-sufficiency and self-reliance. It’s tempting to want to try to deal with addiction without any outside help. When dealing with drug or alcohol addiction, doing it alone can be emotionally difficult and even physically dangerous. There is help available in Cocoa and throughout Brevard County. A drug and alcohol rehabilitation center can offer safe and effective medical treatment, counseling and aftercare for patients who are struggling with addiction. Are you seeking a drug rehab center in Cocoa, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Cocoa, FL? Treatment facilities will usually offer the following types of treatment programs:
Residential Treatment Programs
Patients in a residential treatment program are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week during their stay. This type of treatment program can offer the most in terms of support and safety when they first begin to take steps toward their recovery. This type of treatment program can also be ideal for patients who have not yet gone through detox or if they are having intense cravings for drugs or alcohol.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization programs, or PHPs, are a step down from a residential treatment program. A PHP gives patients more flexibility in accommodations and options for treatment of substance misuse.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
This type of treatment program often suits the needs of patients who are only facing short-term or mild addictions. An outpatient treatment program is also effective for those who have already gone through detox and/or have also gone through a PHP or residential treatment program. An outpatient treatment program gives patients with families or day jobs the opportunity to meet their commitments while discretely seeking treatment.
Nationally branded facilities are often able to offer patients a wider range of treatment services and amenities compared to those offered by government agencies or non-profit organizations. There can also be differences in cost and insurance coverage.
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Going through the process of detox can be extremely trying for not only patients seeking treatment but also families and loved ones. Detox can also set off additional health issues. It’s important for medical staff to be nearby in case of an emergency and to help patients get to the other side of detox.
Drug and/or alcohol addiction represents a lifelong challenge. The road to recovery is long, but detox is an important first step in the journey. Detox is rarely easy. However, many patients report a renewed sense of hope once they’re able to get through it. It becomes much easier for them to see the goal of addiction recovery after detox.
Note that a center that specializes in detox may not offer resources like counseling or group therapy. A detox center usually only deals with the medical emergencies that drug withdrawal can cause. In contrast, a rehab center might offer a full range of drug rehabilitation services, including detoxification.
The Recovery Village has many treatment facilities throughout the country. Florida residents can find The Recovery Village in the communities of Umatilla and Maitland, Florida. Each location features many amenities along with compassionate and dedicated medical personnel.
Recovery Meetings Near You
Once rehabilitation is done, the next step is ongoing support. Going to a recovering meeting like SMART Recovery or AA can ensure that the gains created through rehab aren’t lost through a relapse. Read on to learn about recovery meeting resources in the Cocoa area:
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) MeetingsAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) offers positive peer support for patients who want to overcome their addiction to alcohol. Patients have discovered that it can be a great advantage to attend regular AA meetings. AA uses a 12-step program and positive reinforcement to help patients overcome their addiction to alcohol. Regardless of where you completed alcohol treatment, Cocoa’s AA meetings can help you stay in recovery for a lifetime. Here is a list of AA groups in and around Cocoa, Florida:
- Eleventh Step Group Where: 629 Brevard Ave. Cocoa, FL 39222
- 311 Group Where: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church 4 Church St. Cocoa, FL 32922
- Central Brevard Group Where: 956 North Cocoa Blvd. Suite 1105 Cocoa, FL 32922
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) MeetingsLike AA, Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a non-profit organization with a 12-step program that assists patients who misuse narcotics to overcome their addiction. NA is most effective when used after a rehabilitation treatment program. Once a patient has gone through rehab, NA meetings can help patients stay on the road to recovery from addiction to drugs like prescription opioids or heroin. If you recently completed drug treatment, Cocoa offers various NA meetings to help prevent relapse. Below is a list of NA Meetings in the area surrounding Cocoa, Florida:
- New Way to Live Where: 1139 S. Lake Dr. Cocoa, FL 32922
- Mainstream Recovery Where: Community Baptist Church 12534 Roseland Rd. Sebastian, FL 32958
SMART Recovery MeetingsSMART Recovery offers free meetings to patients. SMART recovery is dedicated to helping patients overcome substance misuse and addiction to drugs, alcohol or multiple addictions. Unlike the 12-step programs offered by AA and NA, SMART Recovery uses a four-point program. The four points of the SMART Recovery program include motivation, problem solving, coping with urges and living a balanced life. Those who go to SMART Recovery meetings on an ongoing basis have said that they find them beneficial in terms of both support and aftercare. Here is a list of locations for SMART Recovery meetings located near Cocoa, Florida:
- University of Central Florida Where: 4000 Central Florida Blvd. Orlando, FL 32826
- Living Rationally Inc. Where: 1200 Van Arsdale St. Oviedo, FL 32765
- Friendship Fellowship at Pineda Where: 3115 Friendship Plc. Rockledge, FL 32955
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon MeetingsSubstance misuse can also have devastating effects on the family and friends of those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Groups, such as Al-Anon and Nar-Anon, are non-profit organizations that support family members and friends of those struggling to overcome drug or alcohol addiction. Here is a list of Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in the Cocoa area that are within a 50-mile radius:
- Al-Anon Where: Courage to Change 415 W. Merritt Island Causeway #3 Merritt Island, FL 32952
- Al-Anon Where: Saturday’s Hope AFG REBOS Clubhouse 1614 Orange Ave. Saint Cloud, FL 34769
- Nar-Anon Where: Hope for Serenity First United Methodist Church 825 Forrest Ave. Cocoa, FL 32922
Patients seeking treatment can find it of great benefit to stay at a facility located outside of their own neighborhood. Seeking treatment in a different community at a facility like The Recovery Village can give them the ability to get away from the places and routine habits that trigger their addiction. Finding a place that’s far away, but not too far, allows family members and friends to visit them while they are in residence at the facility.
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