Our Florida addiction treatment center is located in bustling North Miami, Florida. Moreover, the Dade County clinical setting is designed to maintain boutique-style addiction care. In this setting, we keep things simple to foster a WE environment. Namely, our clients command our attention and are never a distraction! Since we are a small addiction treatment facility, we have created an atmosphere of community, which helps avoid certain pitfalls. In other words, clients are unable to hide and are forced to face their problems head-on in a group and individual therapy. Also, we adhere to individualized care and our clients are seen and have a voice. Moreover, we offer end-to-end programs from detox placement through continuing care. Additionally, clients feel part of their recovery and community. Furthermore, our therapists develop treatment plans alongside their clients, so they can be invested in their own recovery.
Florida is known to many as the recovery capital of the United States. As the opioid epidemic pushes on, addiction rates are the highest that they have been in 30 years. In fact, about 130 people per day overdose and die from drugs. While the numbers are staggering, it becomes personal and scary when it happens to you or a family member.
Florida’s drug rehab centers and techniques are well-known across the nation as thousands pour into Florida each year with hope for recovery. As the recovery capital of the U.S., Florida serves as a model for best healthcare practices in the treatment of addiction.
While known for abundant sunshine and warm weather, Florida offers a plethora of quality addiction treatment centers. In addition, they are supported by a multitude sober living / halfway houses, and 12-step programs that are all passionate about getting people on the road to recovery. With the most state-of-the-art addiction treatment options, Florida offers anyone suffering from addiction a treatment option that will help them best.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) has become one of the invaluable forms of addiction treatment. In fact, it is become life-changing for adult men and women suffering from long-term opioid use disorder. Moreover, MAT is utilized for heroin and prescription painkiller addictions. Also, as studies to continue to report on use of Buprenorphine and naltrexone (i.e. Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol), Medication Assisted Treatment remains favorable for producing positive outcomes.