Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Miami Residents

If you need to get treatment for yourself or a loved one, call our admissions team at 866-704-7692 or fill out this form.

Miami is one of the largest cities in Florida, with a population within its city limits being well over 400,000. It is a center of tourism, trade, entertainment, sports, and finances statewide. Indeed it can be a paradise for many of its residents and millions of visitors annually. Unfortunately, this is not the only thing for which Miami is known.

Drug and alcohol addiction is on the rise, with overdose deaths from cocaine and opioids reaching a 15-year high in Miami-Dade County in 2016. Opioid use is still at epidemic levels, much like in the rest of the country. Help is available for you and your loved ones. Lakeview Health offers a wide range of services and treatment programs delivered by trained professionals. If you or your loved ones are struggling with substance use, do not wait, call us now at 866-704-7692!

Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Miami: the statistics

Miami is a city struggling with substance use. Drug and alcohol use in Miami have been increasing steadily in recent years. This is likely due to multiple factors, like it being a port city, making it an obvious spot for smugglers to try to get drugs into the country. As a city with an active nightlife scene, drug and alcohol use sadly go in hand with that.

Further statistics tell us that according to a 2018 report:

  • Cocaine-related deaths nearly doubled between 2015 and 2016 in southeastern Florida
  • Opioid deaths related to heroin have also dramatically increased state-wide between 2015 and 2017
  • Methamphetamine deaths have also been steadily rising in southeast Florida in recent years
  • Marijuana was the primary drug cited by addiction treatment for patients aged under 18 in southeastern Florida in 2017

This does not have to be you or someone you care about. Our rehab center in Miami offers a continuum of care for substance abuse treatment. Contact us at 866-704-7692 if you think you need help.

Alcohol Treatment and Detox near Miami

One of the most commonly abused drugs in the world is alcohol. According to a report by the Miami Coalition, “Alcohol has the highest prevalence of use and abuse of any substance in Miami-Dade County.” The report states that there are around 71,000 underage drinkers in the county (with over half having engaged in binge drinking in the past month) and that approximately 6% of the county’s adult population were in need of, but not receiving, treatment for alcohol abuse or dependency.

Detox at Lakeview in Miami offers medical support for people who are alcohol dependent. For some patients who have been drinking for a long time, their bodies need alcohol to function. If they stop drinking, they will go through the withdrawal process, and experience some physical and mental health complications for a few days. This is often thought of as the hardest part of recovery, so we provide five days of medical and emotional support at our detox unit. This will help make the transition to inpatient treatment go smoothly.

At our inpatient rehab program, we provide you with the support and skills you need to learn to live without alcohol. We understand that people start drinking for a reason. Using individual and group counseling, psychiatric care, education, and skills building activities, our highly trained staff helps you understand your reasons for drinking and your reasons to quit.

Call us on 866-704-7692 to discuss alcohol rehabilitation options.

Drug Treatment and Detox near Miami

Florida has been experiencing a statistically significant rise in drug use and drug overdose deaths in recent years. Like many other states, its biggest problem has been with cocaine and opioids. These can include street drugs like heroin, as well as prescription medication like hydrocodone, fentanyl, oxycodone, and other and other prescription drugs like alprazolam and other benzodiazepines.

It’s easy to go from being a casual recreational user to being addicted to drugs. Most people don’t start out looking to get addicted to the drugs their doctors give them. Seeking support at a recognized rehabilitation center can help break the cycle. At Lakeview Healthcare, we can offer all the support you need.

Miami drug detox is available to you at Lakeview Healthcare. This helps you get through some of the more painful parts of recovery, the withdrawal process. Here we treat the withdrawal symptoms, stabilize you, and help you transition into inpatient treatment and ongoing recovery.

Addiction is hard and painful. Recovery may take practice, but it is less painful than living with active drug addiction. If you are tired of feeling sick and tired, please call us now at 866-704-7692.

Continuing the Recovery Process After the Initial Treatment

Drug or alcohol addiction did not happen overnight. It took time, and so recovery will take time as well. We are here for you for the long-term and are committed to your success. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps you to readjust to life post-treatment, providing structured support and continuing therapy for a period after you leave our campus.

IOP offers individual and group counseling several times a week. It gives focused help for you, while you are living your life free of drugs or alcohol. In Miami, this can be a great resource and support for you while you are new into your recovery.

After you have progressed to a point where you no longer need the amount of time and support for your recovery, we will offer you a less intensive program. Aftercare that is designed to equip you with the resources necessary to continue living a drug and alcohol-free life. This provides more regular support and counseling for you, but there is less time commitment. It works best for people who have been in recovery a while and need to just check in regularly with our team.

If you would like to discuss any aspects of our many programs on offer, call us on 866-704-7692, and we’ll happily talk you through everything you need to know.

Support with Mental Health Issues

Addiction problems and mental health issues typically go hand in hand. People who have a mental illness often turn to substance abuse as a coping mechanism, while long-term drug and alcohol use can have serious detrimental effects on psychological well-being. The professionals at Lakeview Health recognize this and know the value of offering holistic support, treating both conditions together rather than in isolation.

Our integrative and multi-disciplinary team of medical and psychiatric staff are fully qualified to treat a wide range of mental health disorders that commonly affect individuals with addiction problems. These include anxiety, bipolar disorder, and personality disorder. We offer dual diagnosis treatment, which means treating both the mental illness and the substance use disorder together.

Lakeview Healthcare proudly uses innovative treatments such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). This FDA-approved non-invasive treatment uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate nerve cells in the brain and is found to have been effective in treating depression when other methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy haven’t worked.

For more information on our range of available treatments, call us on 866-704-7692.

Integrative Treatment for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Those suffering from chronic pain are often at greater risk of substance addiction. Many turn to alcohol or illegal narcotics to deal with the pain, while others can quickly become addicted to opiates that are often prescribed by physicians to help manage pain. This is too typical of a story for residents of Miami.

At Lakeview, we use an innovative approach to tackle both addiction and pain recovery that incorporates manageable physical activity, non-addictive medication, a range of stress management techniques and healthy eating support. These are integrated into a comprehensive addiction treatment plan.

Specialized Treatment Plans

Our team of experts uses the latest cutting-edge research and methods to design specialized programs aimed at treating specific groups. These programs include:

  • Gender Responsive Treatment – we understand that men and women can develop addictions, experience the addiction process and respond to treatment differently in ways that are specific to their gender. This is why we offer tailored gender-specific treatment from two locations – The Star for Men and the Rose for Women. This helps meet the needs of our clients, as opposed to a one size fits all model of addiction treatment.
  • Professionals Program – professionals working in fields such as law, medicine or business are continually operating in a high-pressure environment ,and it’s not unusual for them to turn to alcohol or narcotics to help alleviate everyday stresses and challenges. We’ve developed a tailored program to enable those that need help to get it while causing minimal disruption to their busy lives.

Find out more about how our specialized treatment programs can help you best by calling us now at 866-704-7692.

Family Support

Addiction doesn’t just affect the addict. It impacts heavily on their families and loved ones too. Alcohol and drugs can drive a wedge through even the closest of family units. People can end up cut off from those close to them while attempts to help can backfire, sometimes also making situations worse. Substance abuse harms everyone in the family, not just the one using.

If you have a relative or loved one dealing with an addiction issue, it’s crucial for you to realize that help is there for you as well as the addiction sufferer. Family Therapy and Group Therapy can help families deal with and understand addiction problems together and can be the first step towards healing any divisions that may have formed. We work with you to heal the family as a whole.

You can find out more about our services for families and loved ones by visiting: https://www.lakeviewhealth.com/resources/for-families/. To inquire about referring a friend or family member, speak to one of our team at 866-704-7692.

Drug and Alcohol Helplines in Miami

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Helpline

  • (800) 662-4357

Alcoholics Anonymous Miami-Dade Helpline

  • (305) 461-2425

National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence Hopeline

  • (800) 622-2255

Cocaine Anonymous

  • (800) 347-8998

Narcotics Anonymous Miami

  • (305) 265-9555

For face-to-face support on drug or alcohol issues, visit our treatment center near Miami or call us on 866-704-7692.

Mental Health Helplines in Miami

If you or someone close to you is experiencing a mental health crisis in Miami, you can call one of the following numbers:

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • (800) 273-8255

National Alliance on Mental Illness Information Line

  • (800) 950-6264

Switchboard Miami

  • Dial 211 for multi-disciplinary information including on mental health services

Our centers in Florida provide dual diagnosis treatment to people with a mental illness as well as a substance use disorder. Visit us or give us a call on 866-704-7692.

Local Crisis Intervention Hotlines

The Miami-Dade region has a number of crisis hotlines that may be useful in situations where you or a family member need urgent help relating to addiction issues.

  • Department for Children and Families – (305) 377-5773
  • Runaway Hotline – (305) 635-8593
  • Domestic Violence Hotline – (800) 962-2873
  • Teen Link – (305) 377-8336

Free Yourself from the Prison of Substance Abuse

No one sets out in life to become addicted to drugs or alcohol. If you feel locked in a cycle of substance abuse and dependency, reach out to Lakeview Healthcare. We can offer you the care and expertise required to help you seize control of your life once again and enjoy everything that the great city of Miami has to offer.

Call 866-704-7692 today to find out more about the support we provide, the success of our treatment programs or to start the process of getting into Lakeview drug or alcohol rehabilitation. Help and hope are available.

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