A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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Florida Treatment Centers

Florida AA Meetings

The following local Alcoholics Anonymous groups offer supportive care and 12 step recovery methods to residents of Florida. Find a local AA meeting near you and see how beneficial peer support can be!

Alabama/NW Florida AA

North Florida AA

South Florida AA

Central Florida Intergroup Service (Orlando Area)

So. Palm Beach County Intergp Inc

Ft. Lauderdale – Broward County A.A. Intergroup

Ft. Myers – Lee County Area Intergroup

Ft. Walton Beach – Intergroup Comm Of District 14

Gainesville – North Central Florida Intergroup

Jacksonville – Northeast Florida Intergroup

Key Largo/Tavernier – Upper Keys FL Intergroup

Melbourne – Brevard Intergroup

Miami/Coral Gables – Miami-Dade Intergroup

Central Office Of West Pasco

Panama City – District 15 Intergroup

Tallahassee – Intergroup 5 Inc.

Tampa – Tri-County Central Office, Inc

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon family groups provide supportive care to the victims of alcoholism who suffer deeply as a result of their loved one’s or family member’s alcoholism. Al-Anon groups can be found throughout the state of Florida. Local chapters can be found below:

Florida South Al-Anon

North Florida Al-Anon

Orlando Area Al-Anon / Alateen

Al-Anon Alabama Northwest Florida

Miami – Dade Al-Anon

Al-Anon Family Groups in the Greater Jacksonville

Mental Health Services

The Florida Department of Children and Families Mental Health Division provides referrals, assistance, support and care for those who require treatment for a wide range of mental health problems including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and abuse.

Florida State Hospital offers a comprehensive database of mental health professionals and helpful services to residents in need of treatment.

South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center provides mental health evaluations and treatment to those who suffer from behavioral and mental health disorders in the southern area of Florida.

Central Florida Behavioral Hospital – helpful support and treatment to residents living in the Central Florida region including Orlando, Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach and surrounding areas.

Anonymous Groups

Florida Region NA – Find local meetings for those who suffer from a wide range of drug addictions.

South Florida Region NA – Narcotics Anonymous meetings for residents living in the South Florida area.

Florida Regional NA Services – A comprehensive list of NA meetings taking place throughout the state of Florida.

Florida Area of Cocaine Anonymous provides helpful support and care to those suffering from cocaine addiction.

Florida Marijuana Anonymous offers support and 12 step recovery solutions to those who are addicted to marijuana.

Florida Helplines

AIDS Hotline – For advice, support or treatment for AIDS call (800) 352-AIDS

Florida Suicide Prevention – For help in the prevention of suicide or if you are thinking about committing suicide, call (800) 273-8255

Florida Gambling Hotline – If you or someone you know suffers from compulsive gambling, call 855-2CALLGA

Florida Child Abuse – If you suspect a case of child abuse in Florida or if you are a victim of child abuse, call 800-962-2873

Florida Domestic Violence – If you have been the victim of domestic violence or if you know someone who is being abused by a partner or loved one, call 800-621-4202

Alcohol 24-hour Helpline – For around-the-clock assistance for alcohol related problems, call 800-252-6465

Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol keeps ‘cagey’ grip on moms

Before her hidden addiction came to light, Joan Bonsignore always seemed to hold it together. As a mother and wife, she headed school events and ran her husband’s medical practice. But at the height of her alcohol and pill addiction, the Eastchester mother of four wrote goodbye letters to her children, and at one point,….

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Bi-polar disorder

The list of disorders is very unending. There are various different disorders that can be contracted by an individual. Most of the disorders largely affect the mental health of the patient. Bi-polar disorder is a similar type of disease affecting a large number of the total population around the world.   Scientifically the Bi-polar disorder is….

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That Tricky Third Step

A new documentary looks at how people of different religions deal with the faith-based elements of Alcoholics Anonymous. Having been born in Akron, OH, the birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous, filmmaker Josh Gippin was well acquainted with the organization. But it was only more recently, as he jumped into a documentary about AA entitled God As….

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People drinking more ‘by stealth’

People are drinking more alcohol by “stealth” because of the stronger drinks on the market, an analysis of consumption in the UK suggests. The amount of alcohol consumed per person has risen by 10% since 2000 – despite drink sales remaining steady. Researchers Mintel said wines and lagers were becoming stronger and people were unaware….

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One out of seven hospital beds is filled by a drinker

ONE in every seven hospital beds in the Lothians is taken up by a patient who is ill through alcohol abuse, it has emerged. The statistic is the latest stark illustration of the rising cost of alcohol abuse to the NHS. Included in the tens of thousands of people occupying beds in the ERI every….

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Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) could be forwarded to SAMHSA or a verified treatment provider. Calls are routed based on availability and geographic location.

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