Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Coral Springs, FL

 Coral Springs Florida Drug Alcohol Rehab
Coral Springs, Florida, is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, top-rated schools, and proximity to gorgeous ocean beaches. Unfortunately, in 2020, nearly 700 county residents lost their lives to unintentional drug overdoses, and another 250 died from alcohol-related causes.1 To help prevent substance-related fatalities, Florida passed its 911 Good Samaritan Act in 2012. This law protects adults and minors from prosecution for drug or alcohol possession when they call 911 for an overdose victim.Evidence-based treatment from an alcohol rehab or drug rehab in Coral Springs can also help prevent overdose deaths. If you or someone you love needs treatment, you may qualify for low-cost or free care based on your financial situation. Private insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare can also help you cover your rehab costs.

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Intensive Residential Treatment Perinatal Addiction Program FL 33065 Intensive Residential Treatment Perinatal Addiction Program

3275 Northwest 99th Way
Coral Springs, FL 33065

954-357-7940 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Coral Springs, FL

According to data collected by the Florida Department of Health in Broward County:3,4,5,6

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Coral Springs, FL

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According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, you’ll find 20 addiction treatment facilities within 10 miles of Coral Springs. Most, if not all, of these facilities, accept multiple forms of payment, including health insurance. Some also offer payment assistance and reduced-cost services to financially eligible individuals.7

Low-Cost and Free Addiction Treatment in Coral Springs

If you’re seeking low-cost or free alcohol or drug rehab in Coral Springs, facilities that may be able to help you include:

A few of your options for low-cost or free drug or alcohol rehab in Coral Springs and the surrounding areas include:7

To find other Coral Springs drug rehabs or alcohol rehabs that offer discounted or free treatment, you can search online for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me.” Then contact each facility in your search results to ask if they offer any type of financial aid you can qualify for.

Paying for Rehab With Private Insurance

If you carry private health insurance, whether it’s a Marketplace or employer-sponsored plan, it should partially or fully cover addiction treatment. But if you want to use insurance, you must select a drug or alcohol rehab in Coral Springs that accepts your plan.

At least 15 treatment centers in the Coral Springs area take private insurance from various major providers, including Aetna, Cigna, Florida Blue, and others.7 If you don’t already know what your plan will cover, call your provider to find out, so you can plan for any out-of-pocket expenses.

Paying for Rehab With Medicare or Medicaid

If you’re already a Medicare or Florida Medicaid beneficiary, your insurance should pay for various medically necessary inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment services. However, you must enroll in a facility that accepts your plan to use your coverage.

If you don’t have health insurance because of your financial situation, you may be eligible for one of these government-sponsored plans that can help you pay for rehab. If you have a low income (138% of the federal poverty level for your household size) you’ll likely qualify for Medicaid.8 If you’re 65 years of age or older, you can sign up for Medicare. You may also be Medicare-eligible if you’re younger than 65 and have a qualifying disability.9

How Easy Is It to Travel to and Within Coral Springs, FL?

If you’re considering Coral Springs alcohol rehabs or drug rehabs and currently live elsewhere, getting to and around the city is exceedingly easy. You’ll also have access to plenty of attractions both within the city and in the surrounding areas.

Attractions: Coral Springs’ outdoor attractions include its International Peace Garden, Tall Cyprus Natural Area, Orchid Park, Helena Ramsey Memorial Garden, and Sawgrass Nature Center. The city also borders Everglades National Park. Other area attractions include the Coral Springs Museum of Art, Butterfly World, Parkland Farmers Market, and several highly rated golf courses.

Accommodations: Whether you’re looking for budget lodging or a luxury suite, you’ll find dozens of hotel options both in and near the city.

Getting There: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is roughly 25 miles from Coral Springs. Other major airports within an hour’s drive of the city include West Palm Beach International and Miami International.

Getting Around: Coral Springs’ city center is highly walkable and bikeable, but you can also use the city’s community bus service on weekdays, which has two routes that’ll get you elsewhere around town.

If you need assistance narrowing down your options for alcohol or drug rehab in Coral Springs, we’re available 24/7 to help. Call us at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) to connect with a treatment support specialist who can help you explore rehab programs that may be a good fit for your needs.


  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. CDC Wonder Online Database. (2021). Underlying Cause of Death, 1999-2020 Results, Deaths occurring through 2020.
  2. The Florida Legislature. (2021). The 2021 Florida Statutes. Chapter 893, Drug Abuse Prevention and Control.
  3. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance Use Dashboard Overview.
  4. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance Use Dashboard Risk Behaviors.
  5. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance Use Dashboard Prescriptions and Treatment.
  6. University of Florida Health, Florida Drug-Related Outcomes Surveillance & Tracking System. (n.d.). Florida Drug-Related Deaths 2016-2019.
  7. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). FindTreatment.gov.
  8. Benefits.gov. (n.d.). Florida Medicaid.
  9. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. (2014, September 11). Who is eligible for Medicare?
  10. City of Coral Springs. (n.d.). Community Bus.