The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Located in Umatilla, Florida, The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab is dedicated to providing high-quality treatment for drug and alcohol addictions and co-occurring mental health conditions in a safe, supportive environment. Each program and service at the facility is designed to meet the needs of Florida’s diverse population and centered around effective care for each person.

Our Facility

Our Umatilla facility offers a full variety of dual-diagnosis rehab programs that balance medical support with counseling and recreational therapies to facilitate whole-person healing. We proudly welcome both in- and out-of-state clients and tailor our services to accommodate military veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community and the elderly.

Our Location

The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab
633 Umatilla Blvd.
Umatilla, FL 32784

(352) 771-2700

What Our Patients Have To Say

Robert C.
21:35 30 Nov 21
Great staff, great facility, great food, I've been an addict for 10 years and have alot of trauma. They got me to open up and talk about it and help me heal. I'm becoming the man I always wanted to be.
Jennifer P.
21:33 29 Nov 21
My experience at TRV has been insightful and healing. This is a safe place with caring people that will help anyone ready to make that life-saving change. Highly recommended!
Justin S.
23:36 27 Nov 21
I was recently a patient at The Recovery Village and I can honestly say that the experience changed my life. Unfortunately, my journey has led me to a half dozen or so treatment centers in my past. TRV has been the best so far. The amenities are some of the best with large comfortable beds and clean living areas. There is plenty to occupy your time recreationally, and the chef and kitchen staff prepare great meals daily. For the most part, the community was very recovery focused as well. The thing that really sets this place apart is the incredible staff that I encounter along the way. It started with the intake and how Maria made me feel as calm as I could be considering the situation. All of the techs went out of their way to be extremely friendly and welcoming. Ones that stood out were Trina, Dave, and John. Dr. Miller was very thorough in her assessments and was careful to monitor my medications. My therapist, Brian, really helped with my one on one sessions and I enjoyed his groups. One of the other clinicians, Tobi, led many powerful and educational group therapy sessions that really helped open my eyes. There are many others not named that helped with my experience, and so far I am staying strong! Just like any treatment center though, you have to put in the effort to expect to get anything out of it. If you are ready to make a change and work on yourself, I would highly recommend TRV.
Michael M.
01:32 20 Nov 21
Your literature has addiction and dependence exactly reversed. I am a clinical psychologist with 40 years of addiction treatment behind me and it's time you got this right. Dependence is the physiological process marked by tolerance to a *substance*. Tolerance is identified when physical symptoms of withdrawal are present. Addiction is the psychological (NOT physical) need, or *process*, to continue indulging in a behavior or set of behaviors. You can be addicted to many things which are not substances. Gamboling is the easiest example. It is a behavior that is compulsively engaged in _to the detriment_ of the individual and often those around them. No substance abuse need be present. Please do a deeper dive into the literature. "Psychology Today" is a pop magazine with zero demand for the scientific review which consists of experts in the field assessing an experiment. If you don't have experiments to refer to then your premise is wrong.
Sarah F.
15:13 18 Nov 21
Wonderful staff! I spent two days in quarantine and was moved over to php. The staff had been kind especially Dave. If I ever needed anything he comes and works his magic. One of the therapists who sadly isn’t a primary is amazing. Tobi has had the biggest impact on me while residing in TRV. The nurse Jennifer was a big help. I loved her so much she would track me down, wake me up for meds and made sure I was vocalized as well as Trina. Bobby and Matt were amazing from kitchen we all loved the Shrimp and Grits !! The therapist Tyson was awesome with her group therapy and I’m greatfull for her as well.Brandi was extremely amazing as my family therapist and crystal helped me through so much. Thank you guys for your help and amazing stay! Shout out to all the housekeeping you guys did awesome ❤️.
Alina A.
00:20 17 Nov 21
Trina was amazing as well as chris made me feel comfortable!

Levels of Care

Important Notice Regarding COVID-19:

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. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.

  • Medical Detox

    Medical detox programming is the first step toward healing from addiction and cleanses the body of all traces of alcohol…Learn More

  • Inpatient Treatment

    During inpatient treatment (also known as residential), clients who’ve completed detox can begin the work of recovery in a safe,…Learn More

  • Partial Hospitalization Programming

    Following intensive care like detox and inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization programming offers medical and counseling support, but also provides flexibility…Learn More

  • Intensive Outpatient Programming

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

  • Outpatient Programming

    In outpatient programming, clients live at home or in a sober living home and commute to rehab during the week…Learn More

  • Aftercare Planning

    Aftercare plans outline each client’s next steps after their treatment ends, including follow-up appointments and recommendations for nearby support groups.Learn More

Now Offering Online Counseling Services

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

Paying for Rehab

There are several ways to pay for treatment at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab, including:

– With private health insurance
– Through private payments without insurance
– Through fundraising or crowdfunding

Learn more about paying for rehab

Our Staff

The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab is led by full-time medical and clinical staff, all of whom are dedicated to helping clients heal from addiction.

We are always looking for dedicated clinical staff to join our team.

See Open Positions

Jennyffer Miller
Jennyffer Miller
Medical Director
Morgan Schell
Morgan Schell
Clinical Director

Kevin Reese
Kevin Reese
Eastern Outreach Director

Jodi Russo
Jodi Russo
Executive Director
Angie Golod
Angie Golod
Director of Nursing
Ryan Aldrin
Ryan Aldrin
Florida Outreach Director

Our Accreditations

The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab is accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families. Our accreditation and licensure signify that our programs and services meet the highest standards of client care.

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Florida Blue Distinction Award

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Florida DCF Accreditation

Take A Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab to view our facility and amenities.


As clients become physically and mentally stable during treatment, they can access therapeutic and recreational amenities to benefit their recovery in Umatilla. 

Indoor and outdoor amenities at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Umatilla include:

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Multiple lounges with televisions
  • Basketball courts
  • Sand volleyball
  • Tetherball
  • Outdoor grilling area
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Frisbee golf
  • Wellness program activities including field trips offsite

What To Expect

It’s our goal to provide each client with a safe environment free of stress, distractions and triggers. Knowing what to expect during rehab, including what to bring and what to leave behind, can help prepare clients for a positive treatment experience.

We recommend that each client packs:

  • One to two weeks of seasonally appropriate clothing
  • Comfortable, modest sleepwear
  • Unopened toothpaste and a toothbrush
  • Sealed (unopened) alcohol-free toiletries, including shampoo and conditioner, sunscreen, face wash, lotion and feminine products

The following items are not permitted at our facility to ensure each client’s safety:

  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Drug or alcohol paraphernalia
  • Products that contain alcohol, including hand sanitizer and mouthwash
  • Weapons, including pocket knives
  • Vaporizers (vaping devices, vapes)
  • Dental floss (floss will be provided)
  • Clothing that depicts drugs, drug-related paraphernalia or explicit images or language
  • Opened toiletry products
  • Computers, tablets, cameras and handheld video or tape recorders
  • Electronic devices with internet access (Kindle, Smart Watches, etc.)

 Learn more about packing lists and what to expect coming to rehab.

What Does the Treatment Process Look Like?

Although each person’s needs vary, rehab at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab usually follows a similar process for every client, beginning with an evaluation and ending with aftercare planning.

  • Intake assessment

    Upon arriving at our facility, each client participates in a comprehensive intake evaluation that assesses their mental and physical health. Our team uses the results of this assessment to create a personalized treatment plan for each client.

  • Medical detox

    Most people will enroll in detoxification as the first step of rehab. This level of care is necessary because it rids the body of drugs and alcohol and offers 24-hour support as clients go through withdrawal. Once detox is complete, clients can start inpatient care with a fresh foundation for recovery.

  • Transition to other levels of care

    Detox lays the groundwork for further residential treatment, including inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care. During each of these programs, clients live onsite and receive medical care and mental health counseling support. When it’s medically appropriate, clients can move from residential care to outpatient treatment, where they might reside at a sober living facility or another safe and supportive location.

  • Aftercare

    A solid aftercare plan prepares people for life after rehab and empowers them to stay strong in recovery with a variety of medical, therapeutic and social supports. Our aftercare plans usually include recommendations for local support groups, maintenance medication schedules (if necessary) and follow-up appointments with local doctors and therapists.

Alumni Testimonials


Charles entered The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Umatilla, FL hoping to Recover from his alcohol addiction. The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab changed Charles’ life and it can change yours too. If you or a loved one are struggling with substance abuse issues recovery is possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

At The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab, we understand that you may have questions about the rehab process. We’re happy to answer frequently asked questions about rehab, including:

  • Q: How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?

    The cost of rehab varies for each person, depending on factors like whether they have health insurance, the details of their insurance coverage, the level of care they need (inpatient care is usually more expensive than outpatient) and how long they stay in rehab. 

    Read More About Rehab Costs

  • Q: Can I bring my smartphone and laptop to treatment?

    Laptops are not allowed at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Smartphones, however, will be securely stored upon arrival for the safety and privacy of all our clients. These devices may be signed in and out by a therapist at appropriate times.

  • Q: Will The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab cover travel costs?

    No, we do not pay for travel to or from our facility, but representatives can help you coordinate travel arrangements.

  • Q: Can friends and family visit during rehab?

    All family visits are supervised at our facility through family therapy. Our family therapy sessions are offered at least once per week during most levels of care at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab. Visitation decisions and arrangements are made privately between each client and their therapist during treatment.

Need more answers? Call our facility, view answers to other frequently asked questions, or learn more about what to expect at our facility.

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