Substance Abuse Resources in Orange Park
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Orange Park Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
You would never think that residents of Orange Park, Florida were being plagued by alcohol and/or drug addiction, but Orange Park is not just known for scenic nature trails and exciting golf courses. Just because you have a prescription for something does not make it any less harmful. There are real addiction issues that can be caused by prescription opioids, benzodiazepines and stimulants. Drugs like Xanax, Adderall and OxyContin are causing real problems.
OxyContin — sometimes known as “hillbilly heroin” — entered the market in 1996 in Florida, which was the beginning of a real opiate epidemic. Within only a few years, all over the state, pain clinics were popping up. People would travel down the “Oxy Express” (also known as I-75) to Florida to get these pain pills. At one point, it was so bad that Florida doctors were prescribing 90% of prescription opioids in America. Although that is not the case anymore, it is still an issue that affects all of Florida, even Orange Park.
Those who are suffering from substance abuse must be able to be brave. If you have been affected by this epidemic, it’s never too late to ask for help by seeking alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Orange Park. Call The Recovery Village to learn more about your options, including:
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Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Orange Park, Florida
Orange Park, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers
In Orange Park, there are numerous choices for drug and alcohol rehab facilities. Finding out which treatment program will have the most lasting impact on you is the first thing you need to do. Each and every substance use disorder is unique so it is crucial that you discover the treatment program that will benefit you specifically. You will need to have a strong understanding of the treatment programs that are available before you can choose the best one for you. Whether you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Orange Park, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Orange Park, FL, understanding your treatment options can help you choose the best facility to meet your needs.
Residential Treatment Programs
Patients have access to 24/7 medical supervision in a residential treatment program or inpatient treatment program. Patients who have a severe addiction may be a good fit for this program. It involves substance misuse classes, individual as well as group therapy and many healing activities like exercise and meditation.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Patients are able to have medical care in a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or “dayhab” as it is sometimes called. Patients who have a less severe addiction may be a good fit for this program. It also involves substance misuse classes, individual as well as group therapy and many healing activities like exercise and meditation.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Patients do not require medical care in this program. Patients who have a moderate addiction or patients who have families or jobs are a good fit for this program. It involves substance misuse classes, individual as well as group therapy and many healing activities like exercise and meditation as well.
How can you decide which treatment program is going to help you the most? One reason so many people choose to go with a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village is that the addiction professionals on staff will be able to evaluate your situation and determine which treatment program you need.
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There are a number of Florida detox centers available to you in Orange Park. If you are addicted to alcohol, benzodiazepines or opiates, you may require more detox than other substances. If you do require detox, you’ll need to do it before starting a treatment program. Detoxing on your own can be dangerous, even deadly. With the supervision and assistance of a detox center, you will be able to make it through any withdrawal symptoms.
The thing to remember about detox, though, is that it is only a small part of the rehabilitation process. It is often more important to do the mental and emotional work of recovery. This does not begin in a detox center. The best course of action is the selection of a facility that will offer both detox and inpatient treatment programs. The root cause of your addiction will be addressed in a treatment program.
The Recovery Village (and other national treatment centers) offers everything you need: detox, residential treatment programs, partial hospitalization programs, outpatient treatment programs and aftercare.
Recovery Meetings Near You
Finding a recovery program that works for you – like SMART Recovery or a 12-step program – is a crucial part of a good aftercare plan that will help you to avoid relapse.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) MeetingsThe most well-known recovery group is Alcoholics Anonymous or AA. It has been portrayed in many television shows and movies, and most people are familiar with it. It follows a 12-step program that asks its members to turn over their alcoholism to a higher power. Meetings are free and open to the public for the most part. (Some meetings are only for AA members.) The only thing you must have to become a member is the desire to stop drinking alcohol. Regardless of where you received treatment, Orange Park’s AA meetings can provide the support you need to stay sober.
- Orange Park Stepsisters Where: 151 Kingsley Ave. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Orange Park Group Where: 1835 Smith St. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Sojourn Group Where: 557 Madison Orange Park, FL 32065
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) MeetingsNA or Narcotics Anonymous is the second largest recovery group in the world. There are over 67,000 NA meetings in 139 countries throughout the world. NA was established in 1953, and it is meant for people who are addicted to benzodiazepines, opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine and other drugs. While these people may feel out of place in AA, NA gives them the opportunity to benefit from the 12 steps in a group in which they will feel welcomed. If you recently completed drug treatment, Orange Park’s NA meetings can help prevent relapse.
- Ashbury United Methodist Church Where: 151 Kingsley Ave. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Calvary United Methodist Church Where: 112 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Mandarin Presbyterian Church Where: 11844 Mandarin Rd. Jacksonville, FL 32223
SMART Recovery MeetingsSMART Recovery is an alternative recovery group. Unlike AA or NA, SMART Recovery utilizes a 4-point system instead of the 12 steps. Where AA and NA ask members to look to a higher power, SMART Recovery focuses more on self-empowerment and self-reliance. The four points of SMART Recovery are building motivation, coping with urges, living a more balanced life and managing behaviors. SMART Recovery offers online meetings and face-to-face meetings. Here are the closest meetings to Orange Park.
- Where: 611 East Adam St. Jacksonville, FL 32202 Beaches Recovery Where: 16th Ave. S. Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Al-Anon and Nar Anon MeetingsFamily members, friends and loved ones of those who have substance use disorder often need support. Nar-Anon and Al-Anon give them a place to go to get that support. These are the 12-step groups for the relatives, spouses and friends of those who are in recovery. At meetings, they will share their experiences with one another and go through their own version of the 12 steps. Listed below are meetings in the Orange Park area.
- Nar-Anon Where: First Baptist Church 1140 Kingsley Ave. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Al-Anon Where: Youth House of Grace Episcopal Church 245 Kingsley Ave. Orange Park, FL 32073
- Al-Anon Where: St. Giles Presbyterian Church 116 Foxridge Rd. Orange Park, FL 32065
Addiction Resources in Nearby Cities
For those who are seeking drug addiction treatment in Orange Park, Florida, there are several different options. However, it may also be possible to find additional recovery resources in surrounding communities.
- Winter Park
- Winter Haven
- Winter Garden
- West Palm Beach
- Spring Hill
- Saint Petersburg
- Saint Cloud
- Saint Augustine
- Punta Gorda
- Port Saint Lucie
- Port Charlotte
- Pompano Beach
- Vero Beach
- Plant City
- Pinellas Park
- Panama City
- Palm Harbor
- Palm Coast
- Palm Bay
- Ormond Beach
- Orange Park
- Opa Locka
- North Fort Myers
- North Port
- New Smyrna Beach
- New Port Richey
- Marco Island
- Miami Beach
- Merritt Island
- Lady Lake
- Key West
- Fort Pierce
- Fort Lauderdale
- Lake Wales
- Lake Worth
- Cape Coral
- Deerfield Beach
- Lehigh Acres
- Daytona Beach
- Land O’ Lakes
- Boca Raton
- Boynton Beach
- Altamonte Springs
- Bonita Springs
- Dade City
- Lake City
- Fort Walton Beach
- Fort Myers
- Delray Beach
- Crystal River
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