Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Fort Myers, FL

 Fort Myers Florida Drug Alcohol Rehab
With inviting beaches, no individual state income tax, and 271 sunny days per year, the city is also known for its thriving economy and high population growth. Like many cities across the nation, Fort Myers has seen an alarming increase in overdoses in recent years, particularly involving fentanyl and other opioids. The sheriff of Fort Myers’s Lee County has reported that overdose deaths increased more than 60% from 2019 to 2021.1 In response, the county has doubled the size of its narcotics unit, adding detectives and gang unit personnel.1 Meanwhile, recent statistics reveal why access to alcohol and drug rehab in Fort Myers is a necessity.

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Saluscare Evans Campus FL 33901 Saluscare Evans Campus

3763 Evans Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901

239-275-3222 Detox Outpatient Private
SalusCare Ortiz Campus FL 33905 SalusCare Ortiz Campus

2789 Ortiz Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33905

239-275-3222 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
SalusCare Transitional Living Campus FL 33901 SalusCare Transitional Living Campus

2516 Grand Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901

239-338-2977 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
WhiteSands Treatment Center Fort Myers FL 33907 WhiteSands Treatment Center Fort Myers

1820 Colonial Boulevard
Fort Myers, FL 33907

800-454-1078 Detox Outpatient Inpatient Private
Lee Memorial Behavioral Health FL 33907 Lee Memorial Behavioral Health

12550 New Brittany Boulevard
Fort Myers, FL 33907

239-343-9180 Outpatient Private
Teen Challenge of Southwest Florida FL 33907 Teen Challenge of Southwest Florida

5646 Seventh Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33907

239-275-1974 Inpatient Medicaid Private
Lutheran Services Florida Youth Shelter FL 33901 Lutheran Services Florida Youth Shelter

3634 Central Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901

239-278-1030 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid
Aim Target Programs FL 33901 Aim Target Programs

3049 Cleveland Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901

239-939-3363 Outpatient N/A
SalusCare Colonial Campus FL 33966 SalusCare Colonial Campus

10140 Deer Run Farms Road
Fort Myers, FL 33966

239-275-4242 Inpatient Detox Medicaid Private
SalusCare Vince Smith Campus FL 33916 SalusCare Vince Smith Campus

2450 Prince Street
Fort Myers, FL 33916

239-338-2306 Outpatient Inpatient Private Medicaid
Family Preservation Services

2180 West First Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

239-332-8009 Outpatient N/A
Park Royal Hospital FL 33908 Park Royal Hospital

9241 Park Royal Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33908

877-673-4809 Inpatient Detox Outpatient Private Medicaid
AAR Counseling Services

11595 Kelly Road
Fort Myers, FL 33908

239-591-3990 Outpatient N/A
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics in Fort Myers, FL

The following statistics demonstrate recent substance abuse trends in Lee County, FL:2,3,4

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  1. Chavez, C. (2022, March 1). Drug treatment center says fentanyl addiction growing, as Lee Co. expands narcotics unit. FOX 4 News Fort Myers WFTX. https://www.fox4now.com/news/local-news/drug-treatment-center-says-fentanyl-addiction-growing-as-lee-county-sheriffs-office-expands-narcotics-unit
  2. Lee County Quarterly Overdose Report. (2022). Florida Health. https://lee.floridahealth.gov/_files/_documents/QuarterlyLeeCountyQ4-2021OverdoseReport.pdf
  3. 2020 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey Past-30-Day Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs: Lee County Report. (2020). Florida Department of Children and Families. https://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/samh/prevention/fysas/2020/docs/county-reports/Lee.pdf
  4. Carrillo, K. (2022, March 4). Lee County pays to expand sheriff’s narcotics unit. WGCU. https://news.wgcu.org/2022-03-04/lee-county-pays-to-expand-sheriffs-narcotics-unit