Lake Worth Addiction Treatment Guide & Local Recovery Resources

Local Information for Dual Diagnosis and Addiction Treatment 

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Lake Worth has a reputation for being a party state. While that is exciting and fun, it also has a dark underbelly of alcohol and substance abuse. But healing and recovery are possible, at the center of our local communities. With practical resources and evidence-based interventions, you or your loved one can get the mental and substance use disorder healthcare you need to create the life you truly want to live. 

Types Of Addiction Treatment In Lake Worth

Intervention Mediators

An intervention is a gathering of a small circle of trusted friends and family for the express purpose of encouraging a loved one to get the treatment they need. They can be more positive and effective when mediated by a trained and compassionate interventionist.


In many cases, the first phase of recovery is to attend a medical detox where you can take advantage of medication-assisted solutions for managing withdrawal symptoms:

 Learn more about specific detox programs:

Dual Diagnosis Recovery Centers

Medical studies reveal that 36.5% of adults with a substance use disorder also have a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder.[1] Integrated treatment is the most effective approach to addressing each issue individually.

Residential Treatment Programs

Inpatient treatment services allow you to focus solely on recovery while staying in a safe and sober environment.

Multi-Level Outpatient Programs

Outpatient Treatment begins with a full-time schedule in a partial hospitalization program. This takes place 5 days a week and offers comprehensive care similar to an inpatient program.

The next level of care in outpatient treatment is an intensive outpatient program. This level offers the perfect balance between part-time treatment and home life obligations.

Standard outpatient programs offer more flexibility as you begin to reintegrate back into daily routines with weekly treatment sessions. Aftercare is the long-term recovery plan that includes support groups, relapse prevention, and emergency plans.

Music Therapy Within Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

Music therapy offers an introspective journey through healing and recovery. From writing and playing music to listening and performing, music therapy is a great healer.

Guide To Choosing A Rehab Center In Lake Worth

Not all addiction treatment centers are created equal. Here are the hallmarks of a premium recovery center:

  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Holistic treatment options
  • A full continuum of care (Detox to aftercare and everything in between)
  • Family therapy programs
  • Inclusive LGBTQ+ programs
  • Faith-based treatment options
  • Established partnerships with insurance providers
  • Long-term resources

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The Lake Worth area has the resources they need at our local substance abuse treatment center with evidence-based treatment and innovative therapies. Proudly serving our Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Jacksonville, Lake Worth and Palm Beach communities. Offering both outpatient and inpatient rehab services in a comfortable environment, we’re here to facilitate healing and recovery. Reach out for help today and join us on the road to recovery!

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Community Resources for Mental Health & Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Find an AA meeting near me here.

Narcotics Anonymous

  • Find an NA meeting near me here.

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

  • Find DDA meetings near me here.

SMART Recovery

  • For online or in-person, find a SMART Recovery meeting near me here.

Narcan Classes

  • To find Narcan training near me, contact the local Department of Health here.

Local Stats You Need to Know

Recent drug use reports reveal fentanyl to be the most frequently used drug. It surpasses cocaine use by nearly 7%.[2] The Schedule II controlled substance that is 100 times more potent than morphine has been involved in more than 7,200 overdose deaths in the state.[3]

Help for Addiction in Lake Worth

If you or a loved one are battling a dual diagnosis, substance abuse, or mental health disorder compassionate support is available in your hometown.

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How to Pay For The Addiction Treatment You Need

  • Inquire about flexible private pay options
  • Contact your insurance provider to learn more about coverage
  • Explore grants from Medicare, Medicaid, SAMHSA, the VA or other charities

Frequently Asked Questions About Attending Rehab in Lake Worth

What are some barriers that may get in the way of receiving treatment?

Everyone's motivations and obstacles are different but some common barriers to treatment include perceived cost, missed work, family obligations, and denial.

How does addiction affect the brain?

Depending on the substance, long-term addiction can cause memory loss, brain damage, impaired functioning, and difficulty concentrating.

What is the hardest part of getting sober?

Pursuing sobriety is a lifelong journey. However, the first few weeks are generally the most challenging as your body detoxes from harmful substances and you establish healthier habits.

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Emergency Services for Addiction in Lake Worth

Good Samaritan Medical Center

1309 N Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33401


Open 24 Hours

Bethesda Memorial Hospital

2815 S Seacrest Blvd, Boynton Beach, FL 33435


Wellington Regional Medical Center

10101 Forest Hill Blvd, Wellington, FL 33414


Open 24 hours

Lake Worth Police Department

120 N G St, Lake Worth, FL 33460

561-688-3000 or 911

PBCFR Station 91

1020 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460

561-547-7852 or 911

Sober Activities in Lake Worth


[1]Jegede O;Rhee TG;Stefanovics EA;Zhou B;Rosenheck RA; (n.d.). Psychiatry research. Rates and correlates of dual diagnosis among adults with psychiatric and substance use disorders in a nationally representative U.S sample. Retrieved from on April 30, 2023

[2] Florida Department of Law Enforcement. (n.d.). Drugs in deceased persons. Retrieved from on April 30, 2023

[3]Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2022, April 29). Florida priority topic investments. Retrieved from on April 30, 2023