Substance Abuse Resources in Panama City

Panama City Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Panama City, Florida is known for gorgeous beaches and a fun atmosphere, but for many of its residents, substance misuse is a real problem. Drug and alcohol addiction destroys the lives of individuals and families. Everyone knows the kind of harm illegal substances like methamphetamine and cocaine can do, but legal substances like prescription medicines and alcohol can be just as damaging.

The “pill mills” in Florida are infamous. Physicians in the state prescribe opiates at an extremely high rate. The residents of Panama City have not escaped the opioid epidemic that is running rampant throughout the state, destroying the lives of many families and individuals.

Can anything be done to address this? Fortunately, yes. Those who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction can seek alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Panama City and take the first step on a path to recovery.

We ask you to continue reading this guide if you would like to learn more about medication-assisted treatment, recovery meetings or rehabilitation facilities near you. If you’d like to speak with someone about your options, call The Recovery Village. An intake coordinator can tell you more about:

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

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village - 327 mi633 Umatilla Boulevard Umatilla FL 32784(352) 771-2700

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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million with prescription painkillers use disorder

If you are addicted to drugs and alcohol, especially opiates, you may feel like you are alone. This is not the case. In 2014, it was reported that 1.9 million Americans met the criteria for prescription painkillers use disorder. The good news is that help is available. You don’t have to let a substance control your life anymore. Give us a call today at The Recovery Village, and we can help you find proper Florida addiction treatment. Whether you’re seeking a Panama City drug rehab center or a Panama City alcohol rehab center, an intake coordinator can point you in the right direction.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Panama City, Florida

Panama City, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

When it comes to addiction treatment in Panama City, there are many opportunities. Thinking about which treatment program will be the most beneficial is the first thing you want to do. Everyone has a different set of circumstances, and finding a treatment program that will be effective for you is important. When you decide on a treatment program, you’ll want to evaluate whether or not you have a drug-free place to live, whether or not you need detox and whether or not your insurance will cover it. If you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Panama City, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Panama City, understanding the following programs is a great step toward your recovery:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    The most intensive treatment program, residential or inpatient treatment gives the patients access to medical care 24 hours a day. Patients will be required to participate in 12-step work, substance misuse classes, healing activities and therapy (both group and individual), and they will stay in the facility.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    One step down from inpatient treatment, the patients will have access to medical supervision though they will not stay on campus. They will still be required to participate in 12-step work, substance misuse classes, healing activities and therapy (both group and individual).

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    One step down from a PHP, the patients will have access to minimal medical care though they should not be in need of it as much. They will stay in housing provided on campus or at home, and they will still be required to participate in 12-step work, substance misuse classes, healing activities and therapy (both group and individual).

With so many options for addiction treatment, it can seem overwhelming. A lot of people will opt for a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village. In these facilities, they will have access to the best addiction professionals so that they will be able to have an individualized plan of treatment.

Detox Centers

Detox centers are available in Panama City. You may need to detox more than others if you are addicted to opiates, benzodiazepines or alcohol. Detoxification is the first step in the rehabilitation process. Detox happens before a treatment program. If you try to detox on your own, you may relapse. A detox center makes sure that you have the medical care that is necessary to help you get through any withdrawal symptoms.

It is crucial that you understand, however, that the detox process is only the first thing you need to do in addiction treatment. A detox center on its own will not have you start the psychological or emotional work that is necessary to recovery. The most beneficial action to take is to choose a rehabilitation facility that will assist you through the detox process and then immediately enroll you in a residential treatment program. You can begin the real work in a treatment program.

With a national treatment center like The Recovery Village, detox and treatment programs are included. In addition, an aftercare plan is put into place that will help patients to stay on the path to recovery.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Recovery programs like SMART Recovery or 12-step programs are a crucial part of successful aftercare. Here is more information about the recovery programs near you.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

The most trusted recovery group in the world is Alcoholics Anonymous. Founded in 1935, the fellowship has been helping millions of people who are addicted to alcohol achieve and maintain sobriety for decades. While members are encouraged to work the 12 steps of the program with a sponsor (an experienced member of the group), members only need to have a desire to stop drinking alcohol. Regardless of where you received alcohol treatment, Panama City’s AA meetings can help you stay sober. There are over 100,000 meetings all over the world, and there are many meetings in the Panama City area. Here are a few:
  • Where: 609 Allen Ave. Panama City, FL 32401
  • Bayou George Christian Church Where: 7814 Hwy. 2301 Panama City, FL 32404
  • Behind Bridging the Gap Where: 220 S. Hwy. 79 Panama City, FL 32413

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

The second largest recovery group in the world, Narcotics Anonymous or NA was founded in 1953. Just like AA, NA utilizes the same 12 steps that ask their members to turn their addiction over to a higher power, make amends for the mistakes they have made in the past and help others who are still suffering. Regardless of where you completed drug treatment, Panama City offers several NA meetings to help you stay on the right path.
  • Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church Where: 1608 Baker Ct. Panama City, FL 32401
  • Hiland Park Methodist Church Where: 2420 E. Baldwin Rd. Panama City, FL 32405
  • Carlisle Baptist Church Where: 835 S. Berthe Ave. Panama City, FL 32404

SMART Recovery Meetings

The largest alternative recovery program that does not use the 12 steps, SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery. Where 12-step programs ask members to look to a higher power to help them conquer their addictions, SMART Recovery utilizes a 4-point system that centers on self-empowerment and self-reliance. While AA and NA see addiction as a disease, SMART Recovery sees addiction as behaviors that can be managed. While there are meetings in person, there are also SMART Recovery meetings online. Here are the meetings that are near Panama City.
  • Recovery Journey Network Office Where: 151 Mary Esther Blvd. Mary Esther, FL 32569

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Nar-Anon (founded in 1968) and Al-Anon (founded in 1951) give family members and friends a place to go to find support among other loved ones of those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Loving a someone with substance use disorder can be difficult, and family members and friends need a place to go to be supported themselves. Nar-Anon and Al-Anon gives them that place. At a Nar-Anon or Al-Anon meeting, the friends or family members – including spouses, siblings, parents and children – of people who have substance misuse issues will gather to share their experiences. Listed below are the meetings in the Panama City area.
  • Al-Anon Where: St. Thomas by the Sea Episcopal Church 20408 First Ave. Panama City Beach, FL 32413
  • Al-Anon Where: Woodlawn United Methodist 219 N. Alf Coleman Rd. Panama City Beach, FL 32407
  • Al-Anon Where: Central AA 922 Jenks Ave. Panama City, FL 32401

While drug addiction treatment in Panama City, Florida is easy to find, it is worth it to explore nearby cities for additional resources.

Local Communities Served

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  • 32404
  • 32405
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Panama City was last modified: December 29th, 2017 by The Recovery Village