Substance Abuse Resources in Orlando

Orlando Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Orlando is a city in one of several Florida counties considered high-intensity drug trafficking areas. Of the 28 such areas in the nation, Florida has three, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency. Though next door to the “happiest place on Earth,” Orlando’s residents struggle with addiction and drug-related activities in the area significantly harm the area.

In 2015, a new and dangerous synthetic stimulant called flakka emerged in Orlando. Flakka is described as similar to amphetamines like bath salts. The drug affects users like crack cocaine and methamphetamine, both of which are also misused in Orlando, Florida. Marijuana and alcohol misuse rival addiction statistics in other major cities.

But users of drugs and alcohol don’t have to continue the cycle of addiction. They and their loved one can find help. If you would like to speak with someone about your options, call The Recovery Village, where an intake coordinator can speak with you about:

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

Our closest facility:

Orlando Recovery Centerhttps://www.orlandorecovery.com/ - 6.0 mi6000 Lake Ellenor Dr Orlando FL 32809-4615(407) 613-5558

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Over 40,000 people were treated for illicit drug addiction in the United States in 2014, according to the 2014 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. Despite this discouraging number, there is still a reason to have hope. If you suffer from addiction to alcohol or drugs, you can find the treatment you’ve been looking for at a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village. Reach out and call us today. Whether you’re seeking an Orlando drug rehab center or an Orlando alcohol rehab center, an intake coordinator can help you choose the facility to meet your needs.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Orlando has many resources for people suffering from addiction to all drugs and alcohol. But when you’re trying to stay away from the dangers, deciding what the best treatment option is can seem daunting. Depending on how long you or your loved one has been using drugs and alcohol changes what type of treatment program you need. Fortunately, there are levels of treatment and aftercare programs. For the most part, treatment begins either inside a hospital or medically-staffed clinic, a partial hospitalization or in outpatient therapy. Whether you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Orlando, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Orlando, FL, understanding the differences between these programs can help you make the best decision for a facility. Here’s a rundown of what Orlando, Florida rehabilitation centers offer:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    In a residential treatment program, a medically-trained staff of doctors and nurses care for patients around the clock. For drug and alcohol users, a medical detox can be part of the program. Especially for those who use opiates like heroin or pain pills.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A partial hospitalization program is one step down from a residential inpatient treatment program. Patients in these programs have housing and access to medical professionals but only for 4 to 6 hours a day, depending on the program.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient programs allow patients who don’t need or who have been through an inpatient program to continue their care while living at home. These programs involve regular meetings and often one-on-one therapy sessions are recommended.

There are several substance misuse treatment centers in Orlando, Florida, but if part of the problem is environment, consider a national treatment center like The Recovery Village. At a national center, you will have access to a professional, trained staff. Being away from the people, places and things that can trigger relapse is a core element in recovery.

Detox Centers

Detoxification is the first step in getting clean or sober. It’s important to be medically supervised when you are detoxing. If you try to go through this on your own, you may be tempted to relapse when symptoms of withdrawal become too much. In a detox center, your withdrawal symptoms will be managed, and you will be treated accordingly.

Medical detoxification helps remove the chemicals from your system and manage your symptoms of withdrawal. But a medical detox won’t address any of the underlying issues that lead to addiction. That’s why it’s important to remember that aftercare, therapy and emotional support are crucial for anyone in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction in Orlando, Florida.

One of the best things about a nationally-branded treatment facility is that detox programs will be available to you as well as inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment.

Recovery Meetings Near You

After you have completed the necessary detox, inpatient treatment and/or outpatient treatment, you will need to put a good aftercare plan into place. The most important part of this plan is finding a recovery program that resonates with you. There are many options for meetings in Orlando, Florida.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the oldest programs for group counseling. Recovering alcoholics meet regularly to keep sober. Neither doctors nor trained counselors are involved with the meetings so having a supportive group of friends is important. These can be friends made within the AA program or friends made at a national recovery center. Attending AA meetings is usually recommended for patients leaving inpatient and intensive outpatient programs. Regardless of where you received alcohol treatment, Orlando’s AA meetings can help you stay sober.

  • Manantial De Vida
    Where:
    900 W. Landcaster Rd.
    Orlando, FL 32809
  • Sobriety Sunday
    Where:
    Coalition for the Homeless
    639 W. Central Blvd.
    Orlando, FL 32801

  • Central Orlando Group 4
    Where:
    Alco-An Club
    310 E. Colonial Dr.
    Orlando, FL 32801

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous meetings are 12-step program meetings like AA but for drug users. Alcohol users are also welcome to these meetings as many people in recovery need treatment for both forms of addiction. While not as old as AA, NA is the second largest recovery program in the world, and it has been helping millions of people for decades. Regardless of where you received drug treatment, Orlando offers various NA meetings to help you stay on the right path.

  • First United Methodist Church of Orlando
    Where:
    142 E. Jackson St.
    Orlando, FL 32801
  • Coalition for the Homeless
    Where:
    639 W. Central Blvd.
    Orlando, FL 32801
  • Reeves United Methodist Church
    Where:
    1100 Ferncreek Ave.
    Orlando, FL 32803

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a 4-point recovery program that supports scientifically informed use of psychological treatments and legally prescribed psychiatric and addiction medication. Though this form of recovery allows the person to take medication, it does not allow misuse of substances like cocaine, methamphetamines or alcohol. The ideology addresses drug misuse as complex maladaptive behaviors with possible physiological factors. In this form of treatment, empowering tools and stress-management skills are taught.

The following SMART meetings are within 20 miles of Orlando, Florida.

  • University of Central Florida
    Where:
    4000 Central Florida Blvd.
    Orlando, FL 32826
  • Living Rationally, Inc.
    Where:
    1200 Van Arsdale St.
    Oviedo, FL 32765

Al-Anon and Nar Anon Meetings

These are the sister meetings to NA and AA—created for the friends, family and community members working to recover from a loved one’s addiction. In these meetings, parents and others can talk about how best to help their loved one while maintaining a healthy balance. Addiction is known to tear families apart and the people meeting in Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings are trying to piece their lives back together.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Sunday Step Study AFG
    St. Luke’s Methodist Church
    Bldg. A, Room #114
    4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
    Orlando, FL 32819
  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Just for Today AFG
    Fellowship Bible Church
    310 N. Hiawassee Rd.
    Orlando, FL 32835
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Christ Church Unity
    771 Holden Ave.
    Orlando, FL 32839

Addiction Resources in Nearby Cities

While Orlando is filled with treatment options in the form of doctors, therapists and treatment centers, people trying to withdraw and recover from chemical addition may benefit from a resource away from Orlando. Other nearby cities in Central Florida are:

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