Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Apollo Beach, Florida
? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
While there are a total of 158 different treatment centers within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida, you may have to travel outside of your local area for detox or rehab.
Detox is often the first type of addiction treatment someone will go through. Detox usually lasts between 3 and 7 days and helps keep you safe and comfortable during withdrawal while also getting you ready for other types of addiction treatment. Of the 158 addiction treatment centers within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida, 44 offer detox in one or more of the following settings:
After detox, many people continue their recovery in rehab. Where detox focuses on medical stability and safety, rehab focuses on behavioral therapy and programming that will help you maintain your recovery. 148 of the 158 treatment center(s) within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida offer rehab. More specifically:
You can pay for detox or rehab a number of ways. If you plan to Pay for detox or rehab with insurance:
If you plan to Pay for treatment without insurance, 150 treatment centers within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida accept cash or other forms of private payment for treatment.
2 treatment centers within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida, offer free detox or rehab.
After you have a general idea of your treatment needs and know how you will pay for treatment, a common next step is to call and talk to a few treatment centers within 120 miles of Apollo Beach, Florida.
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Apollo Beach is a suburb of Tampa located in Hillsborough County. It’s home to a population of 20,947 people and is considered to be one of the best places to live in all of Florida.1 Apollo Beach is not immune to the ongoing opioid epidemic that has taken over the nation. Substance use dependencies involving opioids as well as opioid overdose-related deaths have had a profound impact on Hillsborough County, affecting at least every 5 out of 10 people.2
Recent research has also uncovered the following regarding opioid use in the area:
What’s more, nearly three-quarters of the 254 opioid-related deaths reported in 2021 were said to be attributed to individuals having fentanyl in their system.3 It was also reported that 9% of those deaths involved heroin and 73% involved methamphetamine—all in conjunction with fentanyl.3
Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid said to be up to 100 times more potent than morphine.4 While fentanyl is typically used for medical purposes, it’s also being illegally made in labs and sold on the streets as a powder, nasal spray, and even in pill form.4 What’s worse is that because it’s cheap, colorless (white), odorless, and tasteless, it’s often used to “cut” other substances to extend supplies while guaranteeing return customers, thanks to its highly addictive qualities.
The high potency of fentanyl is what makes it so dangerous. All it takes is as little as 2 milligrams to make a lethal dose, and 100 kilograms has the potential to cause up to 500,000 overdose-related deaths.4 Since the substance is often mixed with heroin, MDMA, methamphetamine, and cocaine, users may be ingesting fentanyl in lethal doses unknowingly, making today an incredibly dangerous time to have a substance use dependency.
If you or someone you care for is struggling with a substance use disorder, treatment is close by. There are approximately 42 treatment facilities within 25 miles of Apollo Beach.5 They can be broken down into the following categories and numbers:
These numbers are in comparison with the rest of the state of Florida. As of 2020, the state has a total of 712 facilities, with 215 facilities offering inpatient care and 587 offering outpatient care.6
If you or someone you know is dealing with substance use dependency, you can find immediate support through Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) local chapter meetings. While these meetings are not a substitute for treatment, they can help you throughout your recovery by offering a foundation of support to help you through the hard times.
Meeting times and locations are subject to change. Use the following resources to stay up to date on the meeting schedules in the Tampa Bay and Hillsborough County area: