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The community of Pembroke Pines deals with problems related to drug and alcohol misuse like many other Florida cities located in Broward County.
Located roughly 22 miles north of Miami, Pembroke Pines is considered part of the greater Miami metropolitan area. The most recent government data available shows that alcohol is the most commonly misused substance in Broward County, where an estimated 20% of residents aged 12 and older reported past-month binge drinking.1 In regards to substance use disorders, an estimated 7% of residents in Broward County, which includes Pembroke Pines, suffer from addiction to either alcohol or illicit drugs.1
In 2016, alcohol was the primary substance of abuse among people admitted to Miami addiction treatment centers that year.1 After alcohol, treatment admissions were highest for marijuana, heroin, prescription opioids, and cocaine, in that order.1 Miami males were more likely than females to seek and receive treatment for all these substances except for prescription opioids, for which females were more likely to receive treatment.1
The increase in opioid-related overdose deaths in Broward County in recent years has been attributed to a rise in the use of synthetic fentanyl.2 During the first half of 2016 in Broward County, fentanyl was involved in 94 overdose deaths, which is more than double the numbers from both semi-annual periods in 2015.2
Fifty-seven treatment centers in Pembroke Pines specialize in addiction, substance use disorders, and mental health disorders.3 Of these treatment centers, 10 offer inpatient or residential rehab programs, while the remaining 47 offer outpatient rehab services only.3 The number of addiction treatment centers in Pembroke Pines make up 50% of all addiction treatment centers in Broward County.3
Buprenorphine is available at 130 medical practices in Pembroke Pines from doctors who are licensed to prescribe this opioid-maintenance medication.3 Pembroke Pines is also home to 2 dedicated opioid treatment programs (OTPs) that offer detox, methadone, and buprenorphine for patients with opioid use disorder.4 Fortunately, residents in Pembroke Pines also have the option of traveling to Miami for opioid treatment, which has 5 facilities with dedicated OTPs.4
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are self-help support groups that can improve recovery outcomes among those with alcohol and drug use disorders.5 Self-help groups like AA and NA provide members with peer support and role models for abstinence and help them develop healthier coping skills.5
A complete list of in-person and virtual AA meetings in Pembroke Pines can be found on the official AA website for the Broward County Intergroup.6 AA meetings are held 7 days a week at all hours of the day to accommodate members with varying schedules.6
Those interested in attending an NA meeting can access a complete meeting list on the official website for the South Broward Area NA.7 There are currently 45 NA meetings in Pembroke Pines and neighboring cities, including Hollywood and Davie.7