If you are living in Weston, Florida and you are struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, you are not alone.
The extent of drug and alcohol abuse affecting residents of Broward County is reflected in the number of treatment admissions in 2016. For example, 2,058 people entered an adult Broward addiction treatment program primarily for alcohol abuse; this figure represented 28% of all adult substance abuse treatment clients.1 Marijuana is also a common drug of abuse, with about 1,500 marijuana-addicted patients enrolled in Broward treatment facilities in 2016.1
Addiction can be devastating—not only to your physical health, but also to your relationships, job, and mental health. There are several ways to quit using alcohol and drugs—ranging from individual therapy to several months of inpatient treatment. Although you have treatment choices, perhaps the surest way to stop using substances for good is through the help of a professional rehabilitation program.
Depending on your drug of choice, treatment may start with medical detox. During detox, all substances will safely be eliminated from your body while under medical supervision. Once your body has fully detoxed and stabilized, you are free to focus on the next step of treatment: transitioning into an inpatient or outpatient treatment center.
If you like being outdoors, you can browse our directory to find treatment centers that offer access to nature during your treatment program. If you enjoy swimming and would like a pool at your treatment center, you can filter your search for programs that offer pools. No matter what your priorities are, there is a treatment center out there for you.
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Today marks my 14th day clean! 2 week mark and I am feeling better each day. This treatment has helped me quit heroin in such a huge manner. This is the first time in years I have been able to get off the opiates and finally be free from cravings. After all the time spent sick withdrawing and unable to function, I am finally free from this horrible illness. No more being sick all the time and now I can actually accomplish my goals in life. I enjoy the sunsets! Good food! Music! life. Thank you so much to everyone at ANR Clinic, I cannot thank you enough for giving me my life back.
It was well worth the cost beause it changed my life and gave me a new found freedom. I attended transitional care for 90 days afterwards.
Patient was still an inmate of DOJ so state paid for program. I provided emotional and religious support.
Regardless of your income, rehabilitation resources are available to help you restore a healthier, more rewarding life.What to Look at Before Enrolling in a Treatment Program
A lack of financial resources is often a barrier to seeking treatment for drug or alcohol abuse. Some residents of Weston manage to hold down lucrative jobs in spite of alcoholism or opiate addiction, while others lose their source of income and become destitute. In this prosperous community, you'll find a variety of recovery resources, from free 12-step groups and federally funded rehab programs to private residential facilities that offer a resort atmosphere. Ultimately, your choice of a Weston drug treatment center should be based on the quality and extent of the services provided.Recovery Services for Low-Income Clients
How do you pay for rehab if your money's run out or you don't have health insurance through your job? Columbia Health offers the following suggestions:
Many rehab facilities give their clients a number of payment options to place treatment within their reach. Some of the best facilities offer a sliding scale option for clients who can't afford to pay the full fee. Many rehab centers accept private health insurance, military insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. Although money shouldn't be your first concern when you're researching treatment clinics, the financial aspect of recovery has to be taken into consideration.
If you have questions about recovery or about how to pay for treatment in Florida, call our toll-free number for advice and referrals.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.