Drug Rehabs in Orlando, FL

As is the case across Florida, Orlando is suffering from high rates of addiction, leaving thousands of local residents in need of life-saving treatment.

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The Refuge, A Healing Place

Ocklawaha, FL

Multiple Levels of Care


JourneyPure – Florida

Melbourne, FL

Multiple Levels of Care

(844) 899-9541

North Tampa Behavioral Health

Tampa, FL

Multiple Levels of Care


Beachside Rehab

Fort Pierce, FL

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Amethyst Recovery

Port St. Lucie, FL

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Wellness Counseling & Residential Detox

Stuart, FL

Multiple Levels of Care


Park Royal Hospital

Fort Myers, FL

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The Recovery Team

Lake Park, FL

Multiple Levels of Care


The Haven Detox

West Palm Beach, FL

Multiple Levels of Care


Ambrosia Treatment Center

West Palm Beach, FL



Recovery Unplugged Lake Worth Detox, Rehab, and Treatment Center

Lake Worth, FL

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AION Recovery

Lantana, FL

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida sits in the center of some of the nation’s busiest drug trafficking routes, and drugs are easier and less expensive to obtain than in many other locations. Additionally, the city is one of the global leaders in tourism, meaning that a large percentage of residents are only in the city for a comparatively short time. The city also has a reputation for being a major party destination. Orlando is also home to one of the world’s largest institutes of higher education, the University of Central Florida. These factors combine to create significant substance abuse and addiction problems in the city.

The Opioid Epidemic in Orlando

Heroin is widely abused across Florida and is the 5th leading cause of drug-related fatalities in the state, as 733 people died in 2015 from overdoses. In the span of two and a half months in 2016, 63 drug overdose deaths were reported in the Orlando area, and heroin was responsible for 28 of them. In a twenty-four hour period, there were 11 reported overdoses in a single Orlando apartment complex, known as Blossom Park.

Out of 733 state-wide deaths, 103 of the deceased were in Orlando. Orlando remains one of the major cities most plagued by opioid addiction. Orange and Osceola counties, where Orlando is located, rank in the top 8 counties in the entire state of Florida for heroin deaths. Orange county leaders are fighting the opioid crisis by making Narcan, the drug used to revive people who have overdosed on opioids, more readily available.

Fentanyl poses another concern for Orlando residents, as fentanyl use increased by 97 percent across the state in 2016, resulting in 1,390, 70 of which were in Orlando. Despite the dangers posed by illicit opioids, morphine and other prescription opioids actually killed more Orlando residents than street drugs in 2016.

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Orange Blossom Trail

Orange Blossom Trail, one of the Orlando neighborhoods most notorious for drug abuse, boasts a very high percentage of the city’s drug overdoses. Overdoses here are common; 150 people overdosed in 2018. Many of Orlando’s natives who have substance abuse disorders frequent this side of town to replenish their drug needs. This area is also known for the presence of prostitutes, most of whom are women who struggle with substance abuse disorders.

Women and Addiction in Orlando

Women who decide to indulge in drug use, such as cocaine or opioids, open themselves up to unique gender-based and biological challenges. When buying drugs from dangerous Orlando neighborhoods, for example, women face an increasing risk of being the victim of physical and sexual violence.

Women struggling with drugs and alcohol can become exposed to people who can force them into prostitution, as Orlando ranks number 3 in the U.S for human trafficking. Women who work in prostitution are often addicted to drugs and further exploited sexually, physically, psychologically and emotionally.

Expectant Mothers and Drug Addiction in Orlando

Other unique risks for women struggling with substance abuse disorders include biological challenges that can impact other lives. Pregnant women who abuse heroin, alcohol, cocaine, prescription drugs, and other drugs run the risk of giving birth to babies with drug addictions, as the substances goes though the babies’ bloodstream from the mother.

In 2016, there was a 70 percent increase in the number of babies born with addictions in Orlando. Approximately 325 babies were born with addictions in 2017 in the area. Babies with addictions can experience:

  • Massive pain
  • Uncontrollable shaking
  • Pain
  • Prematurity
  • Birth defects
  • Learning disabilities

On occasion, children may be placed in protective custody and their mother treated for addiction. In hospitals, some are given the drug they are addicted to, then weaned from it so that they can live a normal life. Other babies have been treated for addictions, but maintained learning disabilities, co-occurring disorders, and birth defects. State-wide attempts are being made to reduce babies with addictions. Florida laws are being enacted to encourage child protective investigators to assist addicted babies before they are severely harmed.

Orlando Options for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

In response to the number of overdoses, treatment facilities are available to help people with substance abuse disorders recover. Going “cold turkey,” or conducting at home detox, is not suggested, as symptoms can be uncomfortable, and even fatal. Withdrawal symptoms for many drugs include:

  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Tremors
  • Sweating
  • Increasing blood pressure

Patients can choose to heal on campus in rehab facilities, when they have access to professionals who assist them with medically-supervised detox.  At inpatient facilities, patients have access to support groups, medication, and holistic therapies for mind and body healing. Patients wanting to balance personal commitment and recovery can opt for outpatient rehab, which provides medication and support groups for patients who continue living at home.

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Government Programs

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Name Location Phone
Greater Orlando Area of Narcotics Anonymous P.O. Box 532095
Orlando, FL 32803
Central Florida Area of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 721402
Orlando, FL 32872

College Programs

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Rollins College

At the Wellness Center, CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) offer classified personal and cluster counseling to students casing a range of problems that will obstruct with tutorial progress and comprehensive well-being. CAPS provide psychotherapy on as-needed basis, in addition as reaching, consultation, and recommendation services.

118 West Fairbanks Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789

The UCF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAP)

University of Central Florida

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4000 Central Florida Blvd
Orlando, FL 32816, USA

Student services

Florida Technical College

The health center provides free health check-ups, education and screenings to the Hispanic Community; and our Honor Student Leadership Program, through which Leadership students participated in tutoring, networking events, and volunteered at community events. “People receives health and wellness check-ups, nutrition counseling, life-saving screenings and medical referrals through our continued volunteer effort. This information helps to overcome the effects of life-threatening illnesses, like heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.

12900 Challenger Pkwy
Orlando, FL 32826

University Counseling Services

Johnson University Florida

Through the Student Life Office at a compact fee and sponsored by funds collected from student activity fees, professional and clinical counseling is also organized with a native counselor. The college has written contract with native skilled counselors and counseling centers, listed below. The Student Life Office provides monetary help for 100% of a current student’s first visit and 50% of all consequent visits whereas the scholar is listed as a degree-seeking student. Privacy is assured. Transportation is also organized through the Student Life Office, if required.

415 North Main Street Kissimmee
FL 34744

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