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United Recovery Project

Hollywood, FL


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Drug Abuse In Hialeah, Florida

Nestled in Miami-Dade County, Hialeah, like other Florida cities, endures a struggle with drugs and alcohol. Although many substances are abused locally, the area is most well known for its struggles with cocaine. Cocaine has  been used on Miami streets for decades, and its high availability in the region impacts Hialeah strongly. Rates of cocaine abuse have increased each year, with previous years ranging from 1,114 to 1,791 local overdoses. However, cocaine-related deaths have decreased in most recent years.

Although use of cocaine in Miami and surrounding Florida cities has decreased, methamphetamine (or meth) and opioid abuse is on the rise. Miami-Dade County, home to Hialeah, witnessed 81 people fatally overdose on meth during 2013, and more recent Hialeah drug busts suggest meth is still a popular drug. 2017 saw 267 cases of meth being seized by local law officials. Although alcohol us still the most commonly abused substance in Hialeah, alcohol abuse and binge drinking rates have declined over recent years.

Hialeah residents also report high rates of benzodiazepine use—sometimes combining them with legal and illegal opioids.

Opioid Abuse In Hialeah

Members of Hialeah’s community endure struggles with prescription opioid abuse, impacted by the national opioid epidemic. Fake Oxycodone pills are seized by the police, and increasing numbers of prescription opioids are making headlines in Hialeah. OxyContin is a popular drug highly demanded by patients. Fake OxyContin pills are being produced for drug dealers’ profit. Methadone and morphine are also popular chemicals used by Hialeah residents.

Statistics also reference hydrocodone, morphine, methadone, and fentanyl were found in 75% of 2016 opioid-related deaths in Miami-Dade County. Addiction to synthetic opioids like heroin and non-medical fentanyl continue to grip many—including those who were once diagnosed prescription opioids for chronic pain.

Heroin claimed the lives of 139 Miami-Dade residents in 2016, increasing from 46 deaths in 2002. Fentanyl claimed 258 lives of people living in the Miami-Dade area in the second half of 2016 alone. Morphine caused 148 deaths in the second half of 2016.

Effects Of Cocaine Abuse In Hialeah

Cocaine abuse is an unfortunate reality many in Hialeah face, and it remains one of the most commonly abused substances besides prescription opioids. The substance can be snorted or injected, taking as little as 1 minute to 1 hour to affect users. Users feeling the high of cocaine can expect the high to last from 5 minutes if smoked to 30 minutes if snorted.

The effectiveness of the substance largely depends on how it is used. Chemicals from cocaine flood the brain with rewards like euphoric feelings. This creates a powerful high. The illegal substance creates effects characteristics such as:

  • Increased energy
  • Weight loss
  • Decreased appetite
  • Elation
  • Excitement
  • Anxiety
  • Overconfidence
  • Sniffling
  • Alertness

The highly addictive powder grips the lives of many, capable of hooking people who try it for the very first time. Due to the addictive nature of cocaine, users risk serious long-term effects of the chemical, which range from high blood pressure to chills.

After extended use, cocaine users may develop a tolerance, and seek new highs. Consequently, they may combine cocaine with other drugs like heroin (speedballing), fentanyl, marijuana or alcohol for a new sensation. As a result of combining harmful substances, individuals have a much higher risk of fatally overdosing.

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Individuals struggling with cocaine abuse may endure high blood pressure, seizures, headaches, coma, and chills. Relationships may be destroyed and jobs lost as individuals continue to use harmful substances. Individuals may experience highly uncomfortable symptoms of opioid withdrawal like vomiting, paranoia, extreme discomfort, intense craving, shaking or even death. These symptoms are best treated under the care of a professional, away from distractions that can heighten the chance of a relapse. If you or a family member are struggling to get sober, contact a treatment provider today to discover ways you can begin your healing journey.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
The Miami-Dade County Addiction Services Board (ASB) 111 NW 1st Street 22nd Floor
Miami, Florida 33128-2241
Give Fort Lauderdale 100 N Andrews Ave
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

College Programs

Student Support Services

Florida National University-Main Campus

4425 W 20th Ave
Hialeah, FL 33012

Student Development Center-Counseling Services (SDC-CS)

Florida Memorial University

15800 N.W. 42nd Ave
Miami Gardens, FL 33054

Student Services and Advising

Southeastern College-Jacksonville

17395 NW 59th Ave.
Miami Lakes Area , FL 33015

Counseling and Psychological Services

Barry University

11300 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33161

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Florida International University

11200 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33199

Counseling Services

Talmudic College of Florida

4000 Alton Road Miami Beach
FL 33140

Alcohol and Other Drug Education

University of Miami

P.O. Box 248106
Coral Gables, FL 33146-6922


Nova Southeastern University

3538 South University Drive (in University Park Plaza)Davie
FL 33328

Student Services

Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale

1500 NW 49th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

AA and NA Meetings in Hialeah

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Our Gang Clubhouse New Harvest Church 12145 NW 27th Avenue, North Miami, FL 33167 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 4:37 pm - 3:30 pm
Hope Without Dope St Paul AME Baptist Church 1866 NW 51st Terrace, Miami, FL 33142 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 4:37 pm - 9:30 pm
Soothing Sundays Little River Club 51 NE 82nd Terrace, FL 33138 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm
Miami-Dade Intergroup 4315 NW 7th St. Ste. # 36, Miami, FL 33126 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Midtown Recovery Better Way of Miami 820 NW 28th Street, Miami, FL 33127 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 4:37 pm - 6:30 pm, Thursday: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Early Morning Recovery New Arena Square Apartments 233 NW 20th Terrace, Miami, FL 33136 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Monday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm, Tuesday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm, Wednesday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm, Thursday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm, Friday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm
Breakfast Club Boulevard Club, 1400 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 10:30 am - 4:37 pm
Sunday Promise South Miami Lutheran Church, 7190 SW 72nd Street, South Miami, FL 33143 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 4:37 pm - 6:30 pm
Last Chance South Miami Lutheran Church 7190 SW 72nd Street, South Miami, FL 33143 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Sunday: 10:00 pm - 4:37 pm, Monday: 10:00 pm - 4:37 pm, Tuesday: 10:00 pm - 4:37 pm, Wednesday: 10:00 pm - 4:37 pm, Thursday: 10:00 pm - 4:37 pm, Friday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm, Saturday: 4:37 pm - 4:37 pm

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