Finding Alcohol Treatment in Florida

Finding Alcohol Treatment in Florida

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A study at the University of Florida found that around 1 in 3 people in the US will meet the criteria for Alcohol Use Disorder during their lifetime. Based on that same research, alcohol use usually increases during adolescence and early adulthood, and the study found that improving recovery rates will likely require utilization of social networks and public health tools to close the longstanding gap between need and utilization of alcoholism services. That gap has recently gotten worse, as less people are covered through Medicaid than in years past. Searching for Alcohol treatment in Florida, especially alcohol rehab in northwest Florida, can be daunting, but Florida Springs is here to help. Even when you find a good option, there are major economic barriers for many people.

Inpatient Alcohol Treatment in Florida

A proven option that has helped countless people is medically supervised inpatient alcohol treatment. At Florida Springs we often call this Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Florida Springs offers a state-of-the-art residential facility, where you will be comfortable and safe while readying yourself for a long-term treatment plan and new way of life. Inpatient alcohol treatment at Florida Springs offers individual, group, and family therapies along with education and activities that can help bring you back to healthy living. Residential care begins directly after the detox process has been completed, but our trained medical staff is on-site throughout your stay, and Florida Springs is a dual-accredited medical facility. Call us today at (850) 403-6566 with any questions about inpatient alcohol treatment in Florida, insurance and paying for treatment, or how you can enter our program today.

 Finding Alcohol Treatment in Florida

Outpatient Alcohol Treatment in Florida

These programs allow individuals to live at home while attending therapy sessions and treatment appointments during the day or evening. Outpatient programs vary in intensity, from partial hospitalization programs (PHP) to intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Importantly, Florida Springs offers MAT. Medication-assisted treatment. Call today for more information.

We also offer Telehealth options. Telehealth outpatient therapy involves the same time commitment, one hour per week, but with the added convenience of video conferencing. Telehealth outpatient and in-person outpatient programs include sessions with a Florida Springs therapist. In our outpatient programs, you or your loved one will experience individual therapy, group meetings, relapse prevention work, and family therapy. Outpatient can be more affordable for those who find Residential levels of care too costly, but it should be said that Florida Springs offers the best value in Florida for all levels of addiction and alcohol treatment. Florida Springs accepts Medicaid coverage, which is not standard for other programs of our reputation, and we offer Real Affordable self-pay options for all service types.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and other support groups can be valuable complements to formal treatment programs. They provide peer support and follow the 12-step model. Florida Springs includes in-house Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, which are appropriate for people with addictions to both drugs and/or alcohol. If you need to find other AA meetings in North Florida, please follow this link, Northwest Florida AA.

By Florida Springs Staff