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Finding Quality Opioid Addiction Treatment in Florida

If you or someone you care about is looking for opioid addiction treatment in Florida, you’re certainly not alone. Long considered the “pill mill capital of the United States”, Florida has been at the epicenter of the American prescription opioid epidemic for years. Data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicates that 68 percent of the 4,698 reported drug overdose deaths in Florida involved opioids in 2018, representing a total of 3,189 fatalities. But beyond all of the numbers; all of the figures and all of the abstract conversations are real people with real struggles suffering real tragedies. If you or a loved one is struggling prescription or illicit opioid addiction, here’s what you need to know about finding quality opioid treatment in Florida.

Finding A Florida Opioid Treatment Center that Offers Detox

Detox and withdrawal management are fundamental parts of the treatment and recovery processes. By now you or your loved one understand how hard physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms can be to overcome on your own. Withdrawal not only makes it hard for you to give up opioids; it also makes it nearly impossible for you to live a normal life. The pain and sickness can be overwhelming. When you or your loved one look for a Florida opioid treatment center, try to choose a facility that offers onsite medical detox so you can get care from trained doctors and nurses who are able to treat withdrawal symptoms and intervene in the event of a medical emergency.

Find A Facility That Offers Multiple Levels of Care

No two cases of opioid addiction are identical, and the same can be said for treatment and recovery. You or your loved one may need in-depth care in an inpatient or residential program, or you might be need outpatient or PHP and sober living resources. Whatever level of care you need, make sure the facility you’re considering offers the program that best works for your clinical and lifestyle requirements. It’s also important to verify whether or not the facility you’re considering accepts your insurance. The reality is that opioid addiction treatment can be expensive, and you want to make sure that the treatment center you’re contacting either takes your insurance or is able to refer you to a facility that can help you.

Florida Opioid Addiction Treatment at Recovery Unplugged

Recovery Unplugged offers opioid addiction treatment in Florida at our locations in Lake Worth and Fort Lauderdale. Our Lake Worth treatment center offers medical detox and residential treatment, and our Fort Lauderdale facility offers outpatient and intensive outpatient care to accommodate whatever level of care you or your loved one need.

Recovery Unplugged accepts most employer-based insurance plans and are currently in network with Aetna, Cigna and other major providers to make care more affordable and accessible. Recovery Unplugged also offers medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction for eligible patients, and is a trusted Vivitrol® and Suboxone® provider in Florida. It’s never too late to take your life back from opioid addiction. Contact Recovery Unplugged today start your treatment and recovery.

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