Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in Hialeah

Hialeah Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Substance use disorder is a continual concern in Hialeah, Florida, and across the state. Studies have shown that there are over 17,000 cocaine addicts, 800 plus hallucinogen users, nearly 500 inhalant users, over 100 heroin addicts, around 4,800 prescription drug misusers and almost 11,000 marijuana users living in Hialeah, Florida. Hialeah is part of Miami-Dade County, and as with the rest of the county, officials in Hialeah have focused in on the dangers of heroin and synthetic opiate misuse.

There are many resources available to help people who are seeking drug addiction treatment in Hialeah, Florida. In addition to treatment facilities, Hialeah offers preventative programs, educational training and community outreach.

If you or someone you care about is suffering, you may be able to find assistance at a rehab center in Florida or outside of the state.

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Florida Opioid deaths
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Thousands of people die every year as a result of substance misuse, but the good news is that help is available to lower this number. If you’re struggling with addiction, The Recovery Village is one of many rehab centers that offers many treatment options that are tailored to your needs. You don’t have to walk this road alone.

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Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hialeah, Florida

Hialeah, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Are you seeking a drug rehab center in Hialeah, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Hialeah, FL? Finding the right treatment center is vital to a successful recovery. Various rehab facilities offer numerous treatment options, including outpatient counseling, inpatient partial hospitalization/work programs and long-term residential inpatient care. Determining which treatment program best suits your needs can be confusing. To figure out the best fit, be sure to ask questions, review websites and check recovery and relapse rates of the various treatment programs. Here is a breakdown of the types of help offered:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment programs provide a safe haven away from all the prompts of daily life. With around-the-clock staff and medical support, residential treatments begin with detox when needed and move into individual and group therapy and skills training. This is the most concentrated method of treatment.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    The partial hospitalization programs are a step down from residential programs and, instead, service patients with part-time, ongoing therapy for the length of the program. During treatment, the patient lives at home and travels back and forth to the hospital or treatment facility for approximately 20 to 25 hours each week. Depending upon their clinical diagnosis, patients will participate in group and/or individual therapy sessions.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

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

Location is another factor. Do you want a treatment center that’s close in proximity to your home? Would you prefer to seek treatment in another city that allows you to concentrate on recovery without daily distractions? Explore how a national treatment center like The Recovery Village can help you.

Detox Centers

With so many choices, it’s important to keep in mind the benefits of a national facility like The Recovery Village. It’s estimated that 20 percent of people who sign up for addiction care complete the work. Many rehab facilities make it easier by providing a safe, comfortable and supportive environment with full-service treatment.

Recovery Meetings Near You

The work towards a substance-free life doesn’t finish with treatment. After completing a program, it’s important to keep up the support, motivation and education by connecting with a recovery program. See below for more information on recovery program meetings:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous has aided people with alcohol addiction for over 80 years. By using a direct 12-step approach, AA serves as an outpatient treatment option for those who have already detoxed and/or gone through inpatient treatment. Some of the major benefits of AA members include interacting with, learning from and participating in support with others going through alcohol addiction. Members who have finished an addiction program can consider these meetings as a component of aftercare. Regardless of where you completed alcohol treatment, Hialeah’s AA meetings can give you the support you need in recovery. Below is a list of AA meetings held in Hialeah:

  • Friendship Club
    7680 NW 186th St.
    Hialeah, FL 33015
  • Back to Basics
    7680 NW 186 St.
    Hialeah, FL 33015
  • Doce Pasos
    43 E. 44th St.
    Hialeah, FL 33013

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 working towards staying sober. NA is open to anyone struggling with drug or alcohol dependence. NA uses the same 12-step approach as AA, which stresses the reliance of social support and a higher power. NA is a non-professional, self-supporting group that uses shared experiences to help addicts help each other. Regardless of where you received drug treatment, Hialeah’s NA meetings can help prevent relapse. Below is a list of NA meetings held in Hialeah, Florida:

  • Where:
    2780 West 62nd St.
    Hialeah, FL 33016-5937
  • Where:
    5800 Palm Ave.
    Hialeah, FL 33012-2758
  • Where:
    5800 Palm Ave.
    Hialeah, FL 33012-2758

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a four-point program designed to help people recover from an assortment of addictive behaviors. Unlike AA and NA, SMART Recovery views these behaviors as dysfunctional habits instead of a disease and uses an ever-evolving scientific approach to treatment. Meetings can either be face-to-face or found online. There are 39 SMART Recovery meetings within a 50-mile radius of Hialeah, Florida, including:

  • Reawakening’s Wellness Center
    3600 Red Rd.
    Miramar, FL 33025
  • Old City Hall
    1130 Washington Ave.
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
  • Family Recovery Specialists
    9350 Southwest 72nd St.
    Miami, FL 33173

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are programs for the people who have been affected by a friend’s or relative’s alcohol and/or drug misuse. These meetings focus on the loved ones, as opposed to the users. Dealing with an addict or alcoholic can be emotionally draining. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon members share personal stories to embrace and support one another. Below is a list of meetings in or within a 25-mile radius of Hialeah, Florida:

  • Al-Anon
    The Friendship Club
    7680 NW 186th St.
    Hialeah, FL 33015
  • Al-Anon
    Citris H.N.I.
    4175 W 20th Ave.
    Hialeah, FL 33012

If you or a loved one is suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, there are many ways you can find alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Hialeah, Florida. By looking to other areas, you may find centers, meetings and/or doctors that better suit your needs. Seeking treatment outside of your area may also help you avoid common triggers that can lead to relapse. Wherever you choose to go, you don’t have to do it alone.

Local Communities Near Hialeah, Florida Served

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  • 33010
  • 33011
  • 33012
  • 33013
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  • 33016
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