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Levels of Care

Medical Detox

During this level of care, clients work through withdrawal symptoms under the supervision of medical professionals.

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Residential Treatment

Also known as inpatient treatment, residential treatment is the most intensive level of care after medical detox, with continued monitoring while living at the facility full-time.

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Partial Hospitalization Programming

Partial hospitalization is a step down from intensive rehab like detox and inpatient care.

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Intensive Outpatient Programming

During intensive outpatient treatment, clients usually live off-site at a facility but are dedicated to preparing for life after rehab.

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Aftercare Planning

Outline each client’s next steps after their treatment ends, including follow-up appointments and recommendations for nearby support groups.

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What to Expect

Knowing what to bring to rehab and what to leave behind can help ensure a positive treatment experience at Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab.

We recommend that clients bring:

  • A form of identification, along with insurance and pharmacy cards
  • One to two weeks worth of seasonally appropriate clothing, including a one-piece bathing suit
  • Sealed (unopened) alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen, face wash and feminine products
  • If you smoke: unopened cigarette cartons or tobacco products, disposable vapes and e-cigarettes labeled as Pure Nicotine with no additional additives (smoking areas are available)

Items that are not permitted at our center include:

  • Drugs or alcohol, drug-related paraphernalia and clothing depicting drugs
  • Products that contain alcohol as an ingredient, including hand sanitizer and mouthwash
  • Cameras, tablets, portable computers and devices with internet access

Paying For Treatment

Orlando Recovery Center is in-network with most major insurance carriers including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, and United. Call our admissions team to see if your specific insurance plan will cover the cost of treatment.


What Treatment Looks Like

Each client’s treatment plan is tailored to their unique needs. However, treatment usually follows a similar process for all clients. Rehab at Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab begins with an intake evaluation and ends with aftercare planning, for example.

Intake Assessment

Each client who arrives for rehab at our facility will first go through a comprehensive evaluation process. Our staff will ask about current and past drug use and evaluate a client’s physical and mental health. The results of this assessment inform personalized treatment plans.

Medical Detox

For clients who are dependent on drugs or alcohol, medical detox is often the first step in a continuum of rehab care. Detox effectively rids the body of drugs, alcohol and other harmful substances so that clients can begin recovery with a fresh foundation.

Transition to Further Treatment

After detox, clients usually enroll in inpatient treatment at Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Once it’s medically appropriate, they can transition to step-down programs including partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient care. During each level of care, mental health counseling is included, and clients can benefit from evidence-based and recreational therapy modalities.

Aftercare

Aftercare plans outline each client’s next steps in recovery once they leave Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Our aftercare plans vary depending on a person’s needs, but usually include maintenance medications (if applicable), follow-up appointments and recommendations for nearby support groups.

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What Our Patients Have to Say

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Treatment here saved my life 2 years ago. I came after spending a week in the hospital after an overdose and stayed for two months. My cheapo insurance (obviously wasn’t employed at the time) was able to cover it and I got billed I think $500. I always thought rehab would be unattainable, that you’d have to pay thousands before you can get in, and most addicts don’t have that luxury or family who can help. I had terrible nightmares where I would wake up screaming throughout the night after being in the coma and they gave me my own room which I appreciated so much, people could hear me down the hall so I know my roommate in detox was probably going insane! They set me up with outpatient care and a PCP after my release and taught me a lot. I would recommend ORC for sure.My only negative experience I don’t want to blame on the entire place, because the group leaders, my therapist, doctors, were amazing- but there were a couple staff members who were known to be rude/inappropriate. I know that places are short staffed but it got to a point of a group of patients making a list of concerns and hopefully has been addressed because I still remember it. A male staff member that worked overnights came up to some of us sitting at a table eating bagels and singled me out saying I should watch my carbs and have gained weight since getting there. A big part of my drug use involved my disordered eating habits and using amphetamines originally to lose weight. Most nights after that in the snack line he would make little quips like “don’t try to sneak extra I’m watching”. Gave girls his number. Things like that. I developed narcolepsy after my overdose (apparently that can happen after traumatic brain injury/loss of oxygen) and would fall asleep in my room throughout the day. He would scream at me for that, open my door and laugh at me or say that I didn’t seem to want to be there. I tried to explain I didn’t know why I was so exhausted and was trying.One of the nurses when I woke up late for meds went off on me, then the next day said she looked at my chart and apologized because she didn’t realize what I had gone through. This is a treatment center so they should be aware everyone has a story and likely has comorbid mental/physical health issues.Getting meds could be pretty hectic but I think that’s to be expected at any rehab. A lot of days in residential they wouldn’t have Suboxone until the afternoon and it could get pretty dicey waiting to dose and patients getting agitated. There definitely was an issue with stocking meds like that. The “Suboxone takers” had our own line and joked that we were the miscreants of the place, lol
This place has changed my life, I was there for about 3 months and I worked everyday to better myself and fight through addiction. I loved the people I have met there and the staff. Thank you so much ORC
I can't stress enough how important addiction treatment is. I was at my lowest when I got to Orlando Recovery Center and from the first few minutes going through admissions until the day I graduated I was treated with kindness and professionalism. I am in the MA T program and Crystal who is the coordinator of MA T at ORC knows her stuff and she answered all of my questions and concerns. Just want to say thank you to everyone there especially Alicia, Tiffany ,Pat and Crystal. Trust me you won't regret choosing Orlando Recovery Center.
I was in Recovery Village for about a month and a half. I absolutely loved the staff they are all very caring and easy to talk to. Stephanie (BHT) was so wonderful she was very kind and very caring. If you needed to talk she would always listen. My counselor Lindsey was also wonderful, she helped me work through so much.
Response from the owner: Thank you for your review and highlighting our facility and staff
This Center Saved my Life.
Response from the owner: We are happy to have made such an impact on your life!
Overall ORC did an exceptional job on helping me become the best version of myself as possible. From the top, to the bottom, all the staff took great care of me. I spent my 49th birthday 🎂 there on October 6th and it was the first time I was sober on my birthday in 30 years. Everyone cheered for my special day and my sobriety. Today I'm 62 days sober and I will continue to strive to be GREAT and stay sober. My NAME IS JIMMIE ROWRY AND I MATTER!!!! I would recommend ORC to anyone battling ADDICTION, it only works if you work it😎
Response from the owner: First and foremost, congratulations on your 62 days of sobriety, and here's to many more! Your strength and determination are commendable. It's an honor that ORC could be a part of such a transformative journey in your life. Celebrating your 49th birthday with us, and sober, is a momentous achievement that we're privileged to have shared with you. Your testament that "it only works if you work it" is powerful and will undoubtedly inspire many. Remember, Jimmie, you do matter, and your story matters. Thank you for recommending us, and we wish you continued success and greatness on your path to sustained sobriety.
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Amenities

Depending on the level of care, indoor and outdoor amenities at the Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab include:

Fully equipped gym
Basketball courts
Sand volleyball court

Swimming pool

Lakefront views

Yoga, art, and life-skills therapy options

Designated smoking areas

Off-site activities

Alumni Testimonials

In 2018, Olivia Lite started treatment at the Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab for heroin addiction. Her mom passed away in 2014, but up until then, both her mom and stepdad were addicts.

She said, “I never really knew sobriety.

Our Staff

Our full-time staff members at Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab are dedicated to providing evidence-based treatment so that clients can thrive after rehab.

Executive Director
Vicki Garner, LMHC Executive Director
Medical Director
Dr. Maria Alvarado, MD Medical Director
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Now Offering Online Counseling Services

Getting treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues with online rehab and counseling just got easier. The Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab offers teletherapy treatment for those who are struggling from substance abuse and mental health issues.

At Advanced Recovery Systems, patient safety is our top priority. We remain open and committed to providing critical addiction treatment. We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve.

To ensure you have full access to our rehab and therapy services, know that our staff is experienced and trained in telehealth and online counseling services for mental health, addiction, and overall drug and alcohol rehab support.

We’re still here for you during the coronavirus pandemic, because we’re in this together.

Frequently Asked Questions

At Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab, we want all potential clients to feel confident about entering rehab for addiction. We’re available to answer all frequently asked questions about addiction treatment, including:

How much does rehab cost at Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

At Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab, we work with many private health insurance companies to limit the out-of-pocket costs of rehab. Ultimately, the cost of rehab depends on whether someone has health insurance, the level of care they need and how long they stay in rehab.

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Will Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab cover travel costs?

No, Orlando Recovery Center Drug and Alcohol Rehab does not pay for travel to or from our facility. However, our representatives can help coordinate travel arrangements.

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Can clients bring and use cell phones?

All cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival and returned at discharge. Clients may use facility phones after an adjustment period.