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

 Margate Florida Drug Alcohol Rehab
Located between the Florida Everglades and the Atlantic coast, Margate has many relaxing outdoor activities. Furthermore, Margate is a suburban city in the Miami metropolitan area and offers access to city life, with its dining, shopping, and cultural experiences. As a city in Broward County, Margate is experiencing an opioid crisis rampant in the region. The Florida Department of Health reported 327 opioid-related deaths and almost 8,000 emergency medical services for suspected drug overdose in 2021.1 If you are considering drug or alcohol rehab in Margate, Florida, you will find over 100 accredited facilities in the area that offer inpatient, outpatient, detox, and other levels of treatment. Residents of Margate receive help for addiction through many free and low-cost rehabs in the area, making rehab funding less of a hassle.

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Statistics in Margate, FL

The extent and impact of drug and alcohol use in Margate and Broward County are shown in the following statistics:1,2,3

Local Information for Margate, FL

There are several options for travel to and within Margate, FL, including plane, bus, and train. You may find the following tips useful if you plan to seek rehab in Margate or visit a loved one in a rehab center in the city.

Resources

  1. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Overdoses.
  2. A United Front in Our Fight Against Fentanyl. (n.d.) Sheriffs.Org.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). 2016 -2018 NSDUH Substate Region Estimates – Tables.