Substance Abuse Resources in Deltona

Deltona Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Florida is a gateway for international drug-trafficking. Its coastline provides ready access for a multitude of smuggling operations. With tons of drugs making their way through Florida to other parts of the United States and Canada, it is no wonder that the state also is known for major substance misuse among its residents.

According to research provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 410,000 Floridians aged 12 and older were victims of substance use disorder in 2013-14, the latest statistics available. The same study found a little more than 1 million Florida residents 12 and over misused or were dependent on alcohol.

Deltona, situated midway up the state’s coastline in Volusia County, is certainly not immune to these trends. In 2016, county health statistics indicate there were 262 drug-overdose deaths per 100,000 population. The mortality rate from drug overdoses was 17 percent. The actual number of drug-overdose deaths is staggering when you consider Deltona is part of a county of approximately 500,000 residents. Heroin and prescription opioid drugs make up a large percentage of the problem.

If you are seeking drug or alcohol rehab in Deltona or other parts of the country, there are numerous resources and agencies that are available. There is help for those who have become dependent on these chemicals and want to make a change.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab633 Umatilla Boulevard Umatilla FL 32784 (352) 771-2700

You’re not alone in this struggle.

Florida Opioid Deaths
in 2015

The effects of drug abuse are wide reaching and can impact people from any walk of life. It can be difficult to make a decision about the best treatment options for you, but it is the important first step toward healing. Rehab centers across the country can help you learn to better manage your addiction.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Deltona, Florida

Deltona, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Are you seeking a drug rehab center in Deltona, FL? The city is fortunate to have many different treatment options available, all within city limits or within a relatively short driving distance. There are 43 substance recovery facilities within a 25-mile radius of the community. Treatments range from detox  the crucial first step  to residential programs that let patients focus on goals in a structured, safe environment. Here are some details about the range of programs:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    These programs are long-term, individualized recovery programs that most often run 30–90 days. They occur in an inpatient or residential setting. The benefits include the fact that you are in a substance-free and supportive atmosphere and the longer therapy period can help encourages long-term healing. There are no fewer than four residential facilities less than 20 miles from Deltona.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    These programs, also known as day treatment programs, usually run about 28 days. They offer a level of service in between outpatient and long-term residential options. National brand treatment centers may also offer this option. There are at least 11 PHP facilities to serve residents in Volusia County.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    These programs are designed for patients with more moderate substance use disorder. The advantage to these programs is that within some expected time constraints, patients can continue to meet their daily commitments as they receive help. There are at least four such facilities less than 10 miles from Deltona.

Your recovery is unique to you, so choosing the right course of action and appropriate treatment center is key. Whether you’re seeking Florida rehab or treatment in another state, The Recovery Village has several facilities throughout the United States.

Detox Centers

Detox is a first step toward healing, and there are at least six facilities offering detox services in the Deltona area. Symptoms will vary depending on the substance used and how long it was used. A typical detox period can run from three to seven days, but certain drugs may take longer. Like all aspects of recovery, detox is a personal and unique experience that is best completed with the help of trained medical professionals.

Once detox is complete, you continued treatment is often necessary to address the emotional and psychological ties you have to drugs or alcohol. Because detox is not usually sufficient to completely end substance use, the facility you choose for detox is key to your recovery. A national network of care facilities like The Recovery Village can provide you with the individualized help you need during detox. These centers often offer a wide range of services and professionals who can customize a program for you.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Once you complete your treatment program, consider joining a recovery support organization. Attending any recovery meeting with people who experience the same challenges you do provides a spirit of camaraderie. You know you are not alone and have someone to turn to for helpful advice. Below are details on some of the available organizations and meetings in your area.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is a proven program that has helped millions since it began in the 1930s. It is a 12-step, spiritual program open to anyone who wants to focus on a drinking problem following inpatient, residential or other treatment. The steps are designed to give you tools necessary to live a robust, fulfilling life without alcohol. The meetings allow you to be among people who understand and support you. Each AA group has its own strengths and qualities, but all focus on recovery and maintaining sobriety. Regardless of where you completed alcohol detox, Deltona’s AA meetings can help you stay in recovery for a lifetime. Here are three options in the Deltona area:

  • Any Lengths Deltona Christian Church
    960 E. Normandy
    Deltona, FL 32725
  • Big Book Study Group Deltona Presbyterian Church
    2300 Howland Blvd.
    Deltona, FL 32738
  • Saturday Night Beginners’ Group United Church of Christ
    1649 Providence Blvd.
    Deltona, FL 32725

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is also a spiritual-based, 12-step program similar to AA. This is a great support system to consider following detox, inpatient treatment or an outpatient program for substance misuse. Experts do not moderate the meetings. Instead, the meetings are a source of support where members provide shared experiences. If you recently completed drug treatment, Deltona’s NA meetings can give you the support you need to stay on the right path. The following are three options to consider for meetings:

  • Primary Purpose Deltona United Church of Christ
    1649 Providence Blvd.
    Deltona, FL 32725
  • New Beginnings St. Ann’s Catholic Church
    26 Dogwood Trl.
    Debary, FL 32713
  • Just for Today First Baptist Church of Lake Monroe
    691 Monroe Rd.
    Sanford, FL 32711

SMART Recovery Meetings

An alternative to AA and NA is SMART Recovery, a science-based approach that helps you gain control over your substance use. You’ll find new tools and techniques to continue in recovery as you focus on four points: building and maintaining motivation; coping with urges; managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and living a balanced life. The program changes to keep pace with new scientific data and it is supportive of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Some meetings are at inpatient facilities and are private, while others are open to the public. The nearest open meeting site is less than 20 miles from Deltona. It is listed below.

  • Living Rationally, Inc.
    1200 Van Arsdale St.
    Oviedo, FL 32765

Al-Anon and Nar Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon help make recovery easier for family members and friends of those struggling with addiction. It is an exhaustive process to see a loved one suffer from substance use disorder. Too often, those who experience recovery from the other side also need healing, but have no one to lean on. Problems add up as dysfunction rules. These meetings offer support to mothers, fathers and children, all of whom have their own perspective on the situation. Support is critical to their well-being. Available meetings for these groups are listed below.

  • Nar-Anon
    Serenity Now
    First United Church of Christ
    107 N. Euclid Ave.
    Lake Helen, FL 32744
  • Al-Anon
    Deltona Christian Church
    960 E Normandy Blvd
    Deltona, FL 32725
  • Nar-Anon
    Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
    1014 N. Halifax Ave.
    Daytona Beach, FL 32118

Resources exist within and near Deltona to help you. But those services might feel too close to home. It might be too easy to continue old habits that led to your substance abuse. The advantages of getting away to focus on your recovery are many. One of the greatest benefits of expanding your search is opening yourself up to new options. You will most certainly be liberated from daily demands you cannot meet while working on recovery. You also might want the privacy afforded by distance, even if it is only a county away. Within approximately 100 miles of Deltona, there are many large population centers where you can find a variety of services. The Recovery Village offers several locations in Florida and in other areas of the United States.

Local Communities Served

  • 32725
  • 32728
  • 32738
  • 32739
  • 32763
  • 32764

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