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Zephyrhills Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

The entire country is gripped in an epidemic of opioid addiction and substance abuse. The state of Florida has been on the front lines of narcotic and alcohol addiction for decades. Today, those who are seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addiction has seen a sharp increase in the past 5 -10 years. As many as 2 million Americans are currently abusing prescription painkillers. Government agencies and physicians across the country now say the problem has reached the level of a pandemic which has cost the lives of nearly 30,000 people in 2015 alone.

Communities like Zephyrhills have also seen a sharp rise in the number of people who are currently addicted to prescription opioids like oxycodone. When a doctor discontinues or lets a prescription for these opioids lapse, patients will often turn to buying these drugs off the street to continue feeding their chemical dependency. These individuals might end up turning to even more dangerous drugs like the deadly Fentanyl or getting hooked on street drugs like heroin. When this happens, there’s no shortage of drug dealers who are more than happy to sell them whatever they need.

There are many resources available to those who are facing a drug or alcohol addiction. The important thing for them to remember is that they are in no way alone in their struggle. There is help available as long as they are willing to take it. This guide is intended to be such a resource in helping patients and their families find the help and support that they need for overcoming drug or alcohol misuse and addiction. If you’d like to speak with someone about your options, call The Recovery Village. An intake coordinator can give you information about:

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

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In 2015, over 30,000 people died from opioid abuse in America. This is more than the amount of people who died from car accidents or gun violence. You don’t have to become another statistic. You can get the help you need at a treatment facility like The Recovery Village, whether you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Zephyrhills, FL, or an alcohol rehab in Zephyrhills, FL.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Zephyrhills, Florida

Zephyrhills, Florida Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

For anyone facing any sort of addiction or chemical dependency in Zephyrhills, there are numerous choices available for treatment. Having such a wide range of choices can make it difficult to decide which one is best for their own specific needs. No one has the same situation as another person. Some may be only mildly addicted, while others may have a deeper chemical dependency. Below are some of the different types of treatment available and the kinds of facilities where they can be found, whether you’re seeking a Zephyrhills drug rehab center or Zephyrhills alcohol rehab center.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    A residential treatment or inpatient facility is best suited for patients that have yet to go through detox. This type of treatment program affords the patient a safe and secure place to stay and helps them focus solely on their treatment. This type of facility is staffed by doctors, nurses and others who are trained to help patients on a 24/7 basis. These facilities generally offer detox, medication treatment therapies or MATs, psychological counseling, therapy and support groups. Patients may find that they only need to stay at an inpatient facility for just a few days or they may decide to extend their stay for a number of months in order to ensure a greater chance of success in their recovery.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    This type of treatment program often includes a stay at a hospital at least part of the time they are seeking help. Also called a day treatment program, partial hospitalization is considered to be one step down from that of a residential care facility. Treatment is generally for a period of 7 – 8 hours every day. Partial hospitalization offers an excellent choice for those who may have families or other similar obligations.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    This type of treatment program is ideal for those with only mild or short-term addictions or for those who have already sought treatment at either a residential or partial hospitalization program and just need a little more help. Patients can live in their own homes, attend school or go to work while receiving treatment two or three hours each evening or over the weekend. This is very convenient and offers a great deal of flexibility, privacy and discretion for patients and their families.

Some patients find that it is more effective for them to seek treatment in another community that is located outside of the neighborhood that they live in. For some, going to a national treatment facility like the Recovery Village gives them what they need. The Recovery Village offers a full range of services to them which include detox if needed, inpatient therapies, partial hospitalization, outpatient treatment programs and all of the support and resources necessary to ensure the success of their recovery. The Recovery Village offers three facilities within the state of Florida and several others across the United States.

Detox Centers

It is often said that the first step in any journey is the hardest. For the majority of patients seeking to overcome their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, that first step is the detoxification process or detox. Because detox can be so difficult, it should not be attempted alone. The body is not only throwing off its need for drugs or alcohol, the mind is also joined in the struggle. Because both body and mind have been affected by a chemical dependency, it’s important for patients to be closely monitored during this time.

Nursing staff are on hand during detox to care for patients and get them through this difficult time. There are several options for Zephyrhills detox centers can also be found in other communities and nearby cities that surround Zephyrhills or are within Pasco County or within Florida.

Recovery Meetings Near You

There are a number of support groups in your area which offer group discussion and coping measures for patients and their families. Many of these support groups host regular meetings. They provide a safe environment for patients and their families alongside others who have also faced or are currently facing similar circumstances. Group support can be instrumental in helping them to deal with the many issues that arise from substance misuse. Participants are supported in a non-judgmental atmosphere and often long-term friendships can develop along with recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

The consumption of alcohol is intimately linked to many parts of our adult social lives. Because of this, many people struggle with alcohol addiction. Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are there to lend moral and group support for those struggling with the issue of alcohol addiction. Regular attendees of AA meetings find them to be of great benefit in helping them beat their alcohol misuse issues. If you recently completed alcohol treatment, Zephyrhills’ AA meetings consists of group discussions, center on a 12-step program, and provide exceptional support for those who need it.

  • Alpha Counseling Services
    Where:
    5040 Mission Square
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

  • Pathfinder Counseling
    Where:
    37816 State Rd. 54 W.
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

  • Zephyrhills Alcoholics Anonymous
    Where:
    5601 N. 20th St.
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is another support group that is dedicated to helping patients overcome their addiction to narcotics of all kinds. NA also has a 12-step program. When this is used after detox and alongside medical treatment programs with individual or group counseling, patients have found it to be very helpful. The support resource that NA provides to patients includes group discussion. Meetings can be found across the country and around the world. Regardless of where you completed drug treatment, Zephyrhills’ NA meetings are available to help you stay healthy.

  • Recovery In The Hills
    Where:
    Seventh Day Adventist Church
    Classroom 4
    7333 Dairy Rd.
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

  • More Will Be Revealed
    Where:
    First Christian Church
    6040 8th St.
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

  • Work the Steps or Die
    Where:
    St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church
    5855 16th St.
    Zephyrhills, FL 33542

SMART Recovery Meetings

Those who are battling drug or alcohol addiction may find the help and support they are looking for through SMART Recovery. SMART is a non-profit organization providing support for alcohol and drug misuse. The acronym for SMART is Smart Management for Addiction Recovery Training. SMART utilizes a four-point recovery program which includes keeping motivated, how to cope with urges, problem solving and how to lead a balanced life. Meetings for SMART are generally in-person, peer support groups that are hosted in all around the nation. Patients that attend SMART meetings find a ready source of support and feedback in helping them to overcome issues surrounding substance misuse.

  • Tampa Wednesday
    Where:
    5109 N. Nebraska Ave.
    Tampa, FL 33603

  • Tarpon Springs Monday Night
    Where:
    1730 S. Pinellas Ave.
    Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

  • St. Pete College
    Where:
    Saint Petersburg, FL 33710

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Living with someone who is addicted to drugs or alcohol is no picnic. For them, it can feel as if they are living in a never-ending nightmare that they just can’t seem to wake up from.  For the friends, loved ones and coworkers of those with a substance misuse problem, just having someone there to give a listening ear or offer moral support can make all the difference. That’s where groups like Al-Anon and Nar-Anon come in. For non-addicts, these groups give support through regular meetings in a safe environment. These people who care for those who are addicted there is a 12-step program that focuses specifically on their needs and concerns.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Marge Porter Resource Center
    6311 Sheldon Rd.
    Tampa, FL 33615

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Providence Fire Department
    8936 US Hwy 98 N.
    Lakeland, FL 33810

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    St. James United Methodist Church
    16202 Bruce B Downs Blvd.
    Tampa, FL 33647

Local Communities Served

  • 33525
  • 33539
  • 33540
  • 33541
  • 33542
  • 33543
  • 33544
  • 33849

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