Substance Abuse Resources in Gainesville

Gainesville Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Substance misuse is a concern across the state of Florida. Gainesville in Alachua County is no exception. Throughout the county, opiate misuse, including heroin, is on the rise. The Gainesville-Alachua County Drug Task Force warns that heroin use is especially problematic in the area because dealers are using fentanyl in heroin. At 80 times the potency of morphine, fentanyl can readily cause an overdose. There is also an increase of opiate misuse in the form of prescription pain medicine.

Paramedics across the county report a surge in the rate of overdose cases they’ve encountered while on emergency calls. In addition, Gainesville Fire Rescue has increased their use of naloxone, an antidote to opiate overdose. They’ve used naloxone to prevent overdose from illegal drugs as well as from prescription medication.

The Alachua community has a plethora of resources to help combat substance misuse. In addition to treatment centers, people who are suffering from addiction can find help from community support, faith groups and educational prevention programs.

If you’re suffering from substance use disorder, the path to recovery is just over the horizon. You can learn more about your treatment options by calling The Recovery Village, where an intake coordinator can give you information about:

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

Our closest facility:

The Recovery Villagehttps://www.therecoveryvillage.com/ - 82.4 mi633 Umatilla Boulevard Umatilla FL 32784(352) 771-2700

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Opioids and other substances claim the lives of thousands of people every year, but fortunately, there are thousands of rehabilitation centers all over the country aiming to lower this number. The Recovery Village is one of them. We offer a full range of care for substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders. Give us a call, and we’ll guide you through the process and help you find a treatment center that’s best for you. Whether you’re seeking a Gainesville drug rehab center or Gainesville alcohol rehab center, this call can serve as the first step in your recovery.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Gainesville, Florida

Gainesville, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Finding the right treatment center is the key to a successful recovery. Gainesville has several alcohol and drug rehab centers that offer various treatment programs, including outpatient counseling, inpatient partial hospitalization/work programs and residential long-term inpatient care. Are you seeking a drug rehab center in Gainesville, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Gainesville, FL?

Deciding which care facility best suits your needs can be confusing. Make sure to ask questions to determine the best fit. Such questions might focus on the number of patients who graduate from the program, the number of patients who return to the program and the relapse rate of graduates.

Here is a breakdown of the types of programs offered throughout the United States:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment programs offer a haven away from all the triggers of daily life. With 24/7 staff and medical support, residential treatments will begin with detox when needed and move into group and individual therapy and skills training sessions. This is the most intense method of treatment.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Partial hospitalization programs scale down from the residential programs and, instead, provide patients with part-time, ongoing therapy for the length of the program. During this time, the patient lives at home and commutes to the hospital or treatment facility for approximately 20 to 25 hours a week. Patients will participate in group and/or individual therapy sessions dependent upon their clinical diagnosis.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    With outpatient treatment programs, patients live at home and attend meetings on a regular basis to help them in the continued recovery from their addiction. These programs offer guidance, support and education to help patients make healthy lifestyle choices.

Also, consider the location. Do you want a treatment center that’s close in proximity and convenient to your home? Would you prefer the anonymity of a treatment center in another city that allows you to concentrate on recovery without distractions from daily life? Explore how a national treatment center like The Recovery Village can help.

Detox Centers

Detoxing from drugs or alcohol is an essential part of recovery. The detoxification process can be difficult and even dangerous if not properly supervised. If you or someone you know is attempting to end an alcohol or drug dependence, make sure to seek proper medical care. For a successful recovery, seek out a facility that looks beyond detox and envelops patients in full treatment.

Gainesville has many detox facilities. If these feel too close to home, and you’re looking for a more neutral treatment center away from your habitual triggers, there are a variety of national treatment centers across the country that host acclaimed experts in their field.

Recovery Meetings Near You

The work toward a substance-free life doesn’t end with treatment. After completing a program, it is important to keep up support, motivation and education by joining and participating in recovery programs. See below for more information on various recovery program meetings:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous has helped people recover from alcohol addiction for over 80 years. By using a straightforward 12-step approach, AA serves as an outpatient treatment option for those who have already detoxed and/or gone through inpatient treatment and are looking to continue their sobriety. Some of the major benefits of AA members include interacting with, learning from and participating in mutual support with others going through alcohol addiction. Those members who have completed an addiction program can consider these meetings as a component of aftercare. Regardless of where you completed alcohol treatment, Gainesville’s AA meetings can help you stay sober for a lifetime. Below is a list of AA meetings held in Gainesville, Florida:

  • Step by Step for Beginners
    Where:
    8900 39th Ave.
    Gainesville, FL 32606
  • Design for Living Beginners
    Where:
    8900 39th Ave.
    Gainesville, FL 32606
  • The Way Home
    Where:
    8801 NW 39th St.
    Gainesville, FL 32606

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Like AA, NA is an outpatient support group for those who have completed detox, inpatient treatment and/or outpatient treatment for addiction and are looking to continue staying sober. Originally created to address narcotic addition, NA is open to anyone struggling with drug or alcohol dependence. NA uses the same 12-step approach as AA, which emphasizes the reliance of social support and a higher power. NA is a non-professional, self-supporting group designed to use shared experiences to help addicts help each other. If you recently completed drug treatment, Gainesville’s NA meetings can help you stay in recovery for a lifetime. Below is a list of NA meetings held in Gainesville, Florida:

  • Give Yourself a Break
    Where:
    Mt. Pleasant Methodist
    630 2nd St.
    Gainesville, FL 32601
  • Gainesville Clean
    Where:
    Triangle Club
    1005 4th Ave
    Gainesville, FL 32601
  • Ties That Bind
    Where:
    Parkview Baptist Church
    3403 13th St.
    Gainesville, FL 32609

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a four-point program designed to help people recover from a variety of addictive behaviors including alcoholism and substance use disorder. Unlike AA and NA, SMART Recovery views these behaviors as dysfunctional habits instead of a disease. As such, they use an ever-evolving scientific approach to treatment. Meetings can either be face-to-face or found online. There is one SMART Recovery meeting within a 50-mile radius of Gainesville, Florida:

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    Where:
    Southwest 110th St.
    Ocala, FL 34481

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are programs for the friends and family members who are affected by a loved one’s alcohol or substance misuse. These meetings focus on the members, not the users. Dealing with someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol can be emotionally draining. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon members share personal stories to embrace and support one another. Below is a list of Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in and within a 35-mile radius of Gainesville:

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    2251 NW 41st St.
    Gainesville, FL 32606
  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    3131 NW 13th St. Unit 61
    Gainesville, FL 32609
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    4047 NE 21st St.
    Ocala Forest, FL 34470

If you or a loved one is suffering from substance use disorder, it’s easy to find drug and alcohol addiction treatment facilities in Gainesville, Florida. However, there are many additional resources outside of Gainesville that can provide you with help. By looking to other areas, you may find meetings, centers or doctors that better suit your needs. Seeking treatment outside of your area may also help you avoid common habits and triggers that lead to relapse as well as give you a break from your daily routine. Full-service treatment centers like The Recovery Village can provide you with a continuum of care for full healing. Wherever you choose to go, you don’t have to suffer alone. Help is just a phone call away.

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