Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in Naples

Naples Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Naples, Florida is known for its gorgeous, sandy beaches and tropical paradise. But underneath the palm trees and the sunscreen, a fundamental problem lurks: drug and alcohol addiction. This issue is destroying the lives of individuals and families in Naples. The governor of Florida even declared opioid misuse and the deaths related to it to be a state of emergency.

Illegal substances like heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana are a big problem for Florida, but legal substances like alcohol and prescription medications are just as likely to be misused. Prescription opioids like OxyContin and hydrocodone are a real issue, and many people are also becoming addicted to benzodiazepines like Xanax or stimulants like Adderall.

Having a problem with alcohol and/or drug addiction can make you feel alone, helpless and discouraged. It is understandable, given the negative stigma attached to addiction in this country. However, we know that addiction is a disease, just like cancer or fibromyalgia. Like these diseases, it needs to be treated. Luckily, when it comes to drug addiction treatment in Naples, Florida, there are many options.

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You’re not alone in this struggle.

drug abuse costed america
billion dollars

It’s obvious that substance abuse hurts those who are affected and their loved ones. But addiction also hurts the entire country. In 2007, drug abuse cost America 200 billion dollars in healthcare, legal costs and lost productivity. When you are suffering from a drug and alcohol addiction, it is not only yourself that the addiction is hurting. It is important that you seek treatment for your substance use disorder.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Naples, Florida

Naples, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Are you seeking a drug rehab center in Naples, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Naples, FL, there are many options available for treatment. You might require an inpatient treatment program, a partial hospitalization program or an outpatient treatment program. Here is more information on the various treatment programs.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Patients have access to medical professionals 24 hours a day in this treatment program so that they can be monitored always. This treatment program is ideal for patients with a serious addiction who need full-time treatment. Patients who need detox typically will go into a residential treatment program afterwards.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Because the patient can go home at night, this program is also known as “dayhab”. The patient still has access to medical professionals, and he or she still has the same recovery curriculum. However, this is best for patients who do not require 24/7 monitoring.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Some patients will go through the progression of residential treatment and then partial hospitalization and end with outpatient treatment. Others who have a more moderate addiction may only need outpatient treatment. In this program, patients can stay in housing on campus or in a stable home.

If you are going to attend a drug or alcohol rehab center, you will of course want to be sure that you are enrolling in the treatment program that is going to be most effective. At the Recovery Village or other national treatment facility, addiction specialists will help you to determine which treatment program you will be a suitable candidate for.

Detox Centers

When it comes to Florida detox centers, Naples has several options. Depending on what substance(s) you are addicted to, detoxification is a necessary step in your treatment. If you have become dependent upon opioids, for example, the first thing you need to do is rid your body of the toxic substances and get through any withdrawal symptoms.

Typically, though, an inpatient or residential treatment program is necessary after you detox. While the detox process addresses the physical component of your substance use disorder, in order to address the emotional, mental or psychological component, you will need to participate in a treatment program. For this reason, a detox center that does not feature treatment programs is not recommended.

In a national treatment center like The Recovery Village, you will be able to go from detox to inpatient treatment and then to PHP and outpatient treatment as needed. This is one of the most beneficial aspects of a nationally recognized treatment facility.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Part of a successful treatment program is having an aftercare plan. This will usually include involvement in a recovery program like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery. Luckily, there are many meetings near you.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous has been a group for decades. The oldest recovery program in America, AA is a fellowship of men and women who have experience with alcoholism. It asks its members to complete the 12 steps — admitting their lives are unmanageable, turning their alcoholism over to a higher power, analyzing past mistakes with the help of a sponsor and helping others who still suffer from alcoholism — but the only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking. If you recently completed alcohol treatment, Naples’ AA meetings can provide you with the support you need to stay sober.

  • Early Reflections
    24 Hour Club
    1509 Pine Ridge Rd.
    Naples, FL 34109
  • Lil’ White House
    2960 Shadowlawn Dr.
    Naples, FL 34112

  • Brown Bag
    Naples Community Church
    849 7th Ave. S.
    Naples, FL 34102

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is the 12-step program that is geared towards drug users as opposed to alcohol users. Though not quite as old as AA, NA has become one of the top recovery programs in the United States. As of May 2016, there were over 67,000 NA meetings in 139 different countries. NA has an incredible success rate, and it does a lot to help its members to stay clean. Regardless of where you received drug treatment, Naples’ NA meetings can help prevent relapse.

  • First United Methodist Church
    388 First Ave. S.
    Naples, FL 34102
  • River Park Community Center
    301 11th St. N.
    Naples, FL 34102
  • Lowdermilk Park
    1301 Gulf Shore Blvd. N.
    Naples, FL 34102

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is the largest alternative to 12-step programs. SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery, and it uses a 4-point system. The 4 points are building motivation, managing thoughts and behaviors, coping with urges and living a balanced life. There are SMART Recovery meetings throughout the world as well as online. Here is a list of the meetings that are near Naples.

  • FGCU Tuesday
    10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
    Fort Myers, FL 33965
  • Saluscare
    3763 Evans Ave.
    Fort Myers, FL 33901

Al-Anon and Nar Anon Meetings

It can be emotionally draining to be the loved one of someone who has substance use disorder. Whether you are a mother, father, child, sibling, spouse or friend of someone who suffers from addiction, sometimes you may find that you will need support among people who understand what you are going through. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon were created for this purpose. Here is a list of Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in the Naples area.

  • Al-Anon
    Twenty-Four Hour Club
    1509 Pine Ridge Rd.
    Naples, FL 34109
  • Nar-Anon
    The Last Connection
    2740 Weeks Ave.
    Naples, FL 34112

  • Al-Anon
    St. John the Evangelist
    625 111th Ave. N.
    Naples, FL 34108

Addiction Resources in Nearby Cities

It may be a good idea to look at nearby cities when you are seeking drug or alcohol rehab in Naples, Florida. The entire state has so many helpful recovery resources for you.

Local Communities Served

  • 34102
  • 34103
  • 34104
  • 34105
  • 34112

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