Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Miramar Beach, FL

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Miramar, FL, is in southern Broward County and is considered part of the Miami metropolitan area. Thanks to its central location just outside a major metropolitan area, there are a wide variety of drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs in Miramar Beach for you to begin your recovery journey. As you evaluate your choices, it’s important to keep your specific treatment needs and wants in mind.

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Evoke Wellness Florida FL 33025 Evoke Wellness Florida

3600 Red Road
Miramar, FL 33025

833-819-6066 Detox Inpatient Outpatient Private
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Miramar Beach Drug and Alcohol Statistics

In 2020, Broward County, which includes Miramar, reported 766 fatal drug overdoses, and 87% of them involved opioids.1 Here are some additional substance misuse and overdose statistics:1,2,3

Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Miramar Beach

From the treatment type to the rehab’s location, several factors can affect the cost of a Miramar drug or alcohol rehab. Due to the nature of the program, an inpatient facility will cost more than outpatient treatment. An inpatient or residential facility requires you to not only pay for addiction treatment services but also for your room and board. Outpatient treatment allows you to live at home.

A rehab that offers a water view or other luxury location will also likely cost more than a more standard facility. Other factors that influence cost include:

The longer the program lasts, the more it will cost. Additionally, more luxury-type amenities such as a pool, exercise room, or spa-type treatments will add to the overall cost of the program.

Due to the Affordable Care Act, private insurance is required to cover at least part of addiction treatment. You’ll want to make sure whatever rehab you choose accepts your insurance provider to keep costs low. Our treatment service providers can help you, or you can call the number on the back of your insurance card.

If insurance is not an option, there are government-funded rehabs that offer free or low-cost treatment options.

Free Treatment Options in Miramar

Florida offers state-funded treatment options for its residents that can be free based on your financial history. There are also non-profit and county rehab programs that provide services at little to no cost. Additional ways to pay for a drug rehab or alcohol rehab in Miramar include:

Should I Travel to Miramar Beach for Alcohol and Drug Treatment?

Conveniently located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, Miramar offers an easy way for people to receive addiction treatment near family and friends while still removing themselves from negative influences. Other reasons to travel to Miramar for drug or alcohol rehab include:

Neighborhoods in Miramar for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

While predominantly a residential area, Miramar does have several notable neighborhoods.

Downtown

Downtown Miramar features Miramar Town Center, a 54-acre mixed-use project that features residential and commercial areas. There’s also the public library, a cultural center, and pedestrian-friendly streets, all situated in a park-like setting.

Calabria

One of the more popular residential areas, Calabria sits on the southern shore of Lake Miramar. It features some of the best parks in the area, including volleyball courts, soccer fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas.

Huntington

This family-oriented neighborhood features several parks, including one accessible by boat. This area also features several grocery stores and restaurants.

Riviera Isles

Riviera Isles is a desirable neighborhood located close to the beach. It also offers easy access to I-75. This quiet, residential area offers numerous parks and shopping options.

How Do I Choose a Drug or Alcohol Rehab Program?

Choosing a drug rehab or alcohol rehab near me can be overwhelming. Here are a few things to look at as you evaluate the options.

Types of Addiction Treatment Programs in Miramar Beach

A drug rehab or alcohol rehab in Miramar will often fall into several categories. Here are just a few of the different types of addiction programs available to you.

Population-Specific Rehab

Certain populations can benefit from more tailored addiction services. This can include treatment targeted to military veterans, the LGBTQ+ population, and even gender-specific rehab programs.

Faith-Based Rehab

Faith-based rehab programs offer a spiritual approach to addiction recovery, integrating prayer groups and literature studies into treatment plans. If your religion is important to you, you may want to consider finding a spiritual rehab.

Inpatient programs
These highly intensive programs require you to live at the rehab facility while participating in several hours of supervised, evidence-based treatment daily.

Telehealth programs
These online programs provide evidence-based therapy virtually, typically via video on a computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Outpatient programs

These evidence-based programs (which include PHPs, IOPs, and standard programs) allow you to live at home but require you to attend several hours of treatment each week.

Dual diagnosis programs

These programs provide simultaneous, evidence-based therapy for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

Veteran’s Rehab
These programs address the unique treatment needs of former military members and provide a supportive, understanding environment for healing to take place.

Luxury Rehab

These programs provide evidence-based treatment in a high-end, luxurious setting that includes several posh amenities to make patients as comfortable as possible.

Executive Rehab

These programs provide high-level professionals with the privacy and work-related resources they need to maintain their corporate responsibilities while undergoing treatment.

Alcohol and Drug Laws in Miramar

911 Good Samaritan Act: Florida’s 911 Good Samaritan Act allows people to call for medical attention during a drug or alcohol overdose without fear of being prosecuted for simple drug possession. You are not immune from prosecution for more serious crimes.

Florida Naloxone Access Law: The Florida Harm Reduction Collective offers residents free nasal Narcan by mail. It is also available in Florida pharmacies without a prescription. Florida Medicaid will cover the cost; however, other insurance carriers may require a co-pay. Naloxone and Narcan can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

Substance Abuse Program: The Substance Abuse Program (SAP) provides treatment services to inmates in Broward County’s jail system and targets the factors that resulted in incarceration. SAP uses best practices for substance use treatment disorder along with 12-step groups such as Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous. The program is available to male and female inmates and runs for 30 days.

Broward County Drug Court: Broward Drug Court Program is the third oldest drug court in the nation.5 There are two programs: the Pre-Trial Intervention Program, which is designed to keep first-time, non-violent criminal offenders out of jail, and the Post Adjudicatory Drug Court Program, which offers non-violent offenders facing prison time substance use treatment instead.5
 
In the Pre-Trial Intervention Program, participants receive addiction treatment for a minimum of one year, and upon successful completion, their cases are dismissed. Participants in the Post Adjudicatory Drug Court receive substance use disorder treatment for a minimum of 1 year instead of jail time.

There is a Miramar drug rehab or alcohol rehab designed to meet all your needs. If you find you still need additional help, reach out to one of our treatment support specialists at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) .

Resources

  1. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance use dashboard.
  2. United Way of Broward County. (2022). Polysubstance Use and Deaths Related to Fentanyl and Xylazine.
  3. United Way of Broward County. (2017). Drug Abuse Trends in Broward County, Florida Annual Report: June 2017.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2022). Co-Occurring Disorders and Other Health Conditions.
  5. 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida. (2018). Broward Drug Court Program.