Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Bradenton, FL & Free Treatment Resources

 Bradenton Florida Drug Alcohol Rehab
Bradenton, FL is the county seat of Manatee County. Located right along Florida’s Gulf Coast, Bradenton is south of Tampa Bay and north of Sarasota. In 2021, naloxone, a drug used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, was administered 1,216 times in the county.1 The Florida Department of Health launched an initiative in August 2022 to help get naloxone into the hands of the public.2 Naloxone nasal spray kits, known as Narcan, are now free through all county health departments, including Manatee County. Whether you have an opioid use disorder or an addiction to another substance, an accredited drug and alcohol rehab in Bradenton can help you heal from addiction. You have plenty of options, with 23 facilities within 25 miles.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics in Bradenton, FL

Let’s break down some alcohol and drug use statistics for both Bradenton and Manatee County:1,3

What to Know About Visiting Bradenton, FL

Whether you’re considering an inpatient, outpatient, or detox facility in Bradenton or will be in town visiting a loved one who is receiving addiction treatment in the city, let’s look at what you can expect when visiting Bradenton:

Resources

  1. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance Use Dashboard.
  2. Florida Department of Health – Manatee County. (2022, September 14). DOH-Manatee joins statewide naloxone expansion initiative targeted substance abuse deaths.
  3. Bradenton Police Department. (n.d.). 2021 Annual Report.