Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Tallahassee, FL

Review all addiction centers in Tallahassee, Florida. There are currently 16 drug and alcohol rehab facilities within Tallahassee. Select one of the following to find the best free, Medicare / Medicad, or private insurance treatment options for you.

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Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) DISC Village Sisters In Sobriety

10942 Recovery Way
Tallahassee, FL, 32305

Inpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) DISC Village Juvenile Outpatient

536 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Apalachee Center

2634 Capital Circle Northeast
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) DISC Village Re entry Services

3333 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Outpatient Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Townsend Addiction Recovery Center

2724 Capital Circle Northeast
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Inpatient Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Tallahassee Memorial Behavioral Health Center

1616 Physicians Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) DISC Village Leon County

3333 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Inpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Turn About of Tallahassee

1344 Cross Creek Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Outpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) New Season Leon County Treatment Center

3976 Woodville Highway
Tallahassee, FL 32305

Outpatient Detox Private Medicaid
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Sergeant Ernest I Boots Thomas VA Clinic

2181 East Orange Avenue
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) The Centers at Natural Bridge

2967 Natural Bridge Road
Tallahassee, FL 32305

Inpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) DISC Village Adult Services Leon County

1000 West Tharpe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32303

Outpatient Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) A Life Recovery Center

449 West Georgia Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Outpatient Inpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Beck Rehabilitation Service

1342 Vickers Road
Tallahassee, FL 32303

Outpatient N/A
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Bethel Family Counseling Outreach Services

471 West Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Outpatient Medicaid Private
Listing thumbnail Star icon 4.3 (13,000) Vocational Rehabilitation

2002 Old Saint Augustine Road
Tallahassee, FL 32301

N/A N/A
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More Information About Tallahassee, Florida

Soaking in the sunshine more than 200 days a year, Tallahassee is Florida’s capital.1 The city holds a population of nearly 200,000. It’s a college town that also appeals to young professionals, retirees, and everyone in between.2

Tallahassee also ranks in the top 10 best places to get a fresh start.1 If you’ve noticed your drinking has gone from recreational to frequent, or your drug use is interfering with life, you can find drug rehab and alcohol rehab in Tallahassee to help you achieve lasting recovery.

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Tallahassee Drug and Alcohol Use Statistics

In 2019, 60,292 people in Florida, 12 years old and older, received treatment at alcohol and drug rehabs.3

The Florida Medical Examiners’ Commission reports on drug-related deaths annually. Statewide, alcohol is the most common drug found during an autopsy, followed closely by fentanyl. Unfortunately, medical examiners noted a 17% increase in drug-related deaths from 2019 to 2020 and a 42% increase in deaths caused by opioids.4

If you’re ready to get help for your alcohol or drug addiction, please call one of our treatment specialists. We can help you find your ideal rehab in Tallahassee.

How Much Does Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Tallahassee Cost?

The cost of rehab in Tallahassee will vary according to the:

Medicare, Medicaid, military insurance, and private insurance usually pay a portion of your treatment. Inpatient facilities cost more since they provide treatment plus room and board. Rehabs with luxury accommodations and high-end amenities (pools, tennis courts, spas, holistic treatments, etc.) cost more too.

You should be aware that your out-of-pocket expenses are usually lower with an in-network facility if you have private insurance. Call the number on the back of your insurance card or one of our specialists to find a rehab that accepts your insurance plan.

If you don’t have health insurance, rehabs that accept government funding can provide lower-cost treatment.

How To Find Low-Cost and Free Rehabs in Tallahassee

If you need treatment for an alcohol or substance use disorder (SUD) but can’t afford it, you have options. Tallahassee drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs that receive government funding provide free or low-cost treatment to those who qualify. If you have no health insurance, limited income, and limited resources or assistance from family, looking for a state- or federally funded rehab is a great option.

To qualify, you’ll need to show you don’t have health insurance coverage or the financial resources to pay for rehab on your own.

An inability to pay for rehab shouldn’t prevent you from getting the treatment you need. Please call one of our specialists about finding an alcohol or drug rehab that will work with you and your financial situation.

Do Medicare and Medicaid Cover Addiction Treatment?

Both Medicare and Medicaid cover alcohol and drug rehab. And both cover inpatient and outpatient treatment.

For Medicare, which you qualify for if you’re 65 or older or a younger disabled person, Medicare Part A covers inpatient rehab. Outpatient rehab is covered by Medicare Part B. You’ll be responsible for paying a portion of the costs:5, 6

Medigap insurance, purchased through a private insurance company, can help reduce these out-of-pocket costs.7

Medicaid, funded by state and federal dollars, provides health insurance for low-income Florida residents. More than 56,000 Leon County residents were eligible as of April 30, 2022.8

Your allowable income is based on the federal poverty level and the size of your family. For 2022, the federal poverty level was $13,596 per year before taxes for a single person.9

To qualify for Medicaid, you’ll also need to meet one of these criteria:10

The Medically Needy program assists you with medical bills if you’re not eligible for Medicaid because your income is too high. If you pay a significant portion of your monthly income on medical expenses, the Medically Needy program will pick up part of those costs if you qualify.11

Does Private Insurance Cover Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

To comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance companies must cover treatment for alcohol misuse and SUDs.12

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) ensures equivalent coverage for alcohol and SUDs, mental health disorders, and other medical conditions. MHPAEA applies to large group health plans. Along with having similar out-of-pocket expenses, copays, and deductibles, the annual or lifetime amounts allowed for the treatment of mental health disorders, SUDs, and medical or surgical claims all need to be equivalent.13

Popular Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Tallahassee

If you’re looking for an alcohol or drug rehab in Tallahassee, you have plenty to choose from. Among them, you’ll find facilities that specialize in young adult, adult, and senior patients, as well as LGBTQ+ and veterans. Here are several highly rated options:

A Life Recovery Center

A Life Recovery Center treats SUDs and dual diagnoses in a residential setting. It offers everything from partial hospitalization to sober living homes, plus aftercare support that continues as you progress through the program. It accepts self-pay and sliding scale fees based on your ability to pay.

Sergeant Ernest I. Boots Thomas VA Clinic

The Sergeant Ernest I. Boots Thomas VA Clinic specializes in treating SUDs and dual diagnoses in young adults, adults, and elderly patients with access to care at a Veterans Administration facility. Along with military insurance, it accepts private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and self-pay. It also provides financial assistance.

New Season Leon County Treatment Center

The New Season Leon County Treatment Center provides SUD rehab for young adults and adults, beginning with medical detox if needed. It accepts private insurance, Medicaid, and self-pay.

DISC Village Juvenile Outpatient

DISC Village offers SUD and dual diagnosis treatment to adults and teens in several facilities across the city. It is a not-for-profit organization and offers a sliding scale fee based on your income. It also has federal grants that prioritize care for pregnant women who inject/use drugs.14

What to Expect at Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Tallahassee

Alcohol and substance use disorders are chronic medical conditions. Just as a diabetic person with very high blood sugar will receive intensive treatment followed by a lifelong treatment plan to keep blood sugar in a normal range, so too will someone with an alcohol or substance use disorder.

First, you may need medical detox to help your body adjust to being substance-free. Then for long-lasting recovery, you’ll need rehab with treatments that address your addiction. Continued support as you transition from inpatient or intensive outpatient to outpatient care is essential. Even after successfully completing your official treatment program, you may need ongoing support through groups such as Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous.

Intake Assessment

Your healthcare provider may ask you questions about alcohol and substance use on a regular visit. This basic assessment will help you and your doctor understand how your SUD has impacted you and your family. Your doctor can refer you to an addiction specialist for a more thorough assessment.

A treatment professional will ask more detailed questions about:15

Your answers help addiction specialists design a treatment plan tailored to you and your circumstances.

Medical Detox Services to Manage Withdrawal

When you use alcohol or drugs over a period of time, your body begins to depend on them to function normally. Stopping alcohol or drug use may cause uncomfortable or even dangerous symptoms, depending on the substance. Detox is a process of safely withdrawing from drugs and is the first step in your recovery.

Withdrawal varies from person to person and depends on the substance you’ve used. It also depends on how much and how often you’ve used that substance.

Withdrawing from alcohol, benzodiazepines, and barbiturates may cause potentially fatal medical problems. For this reason, detox from these drugs should take place in a setting where you have help from trained professionals.

Opioid withdrawal can be very uncomfortable. Methamphetamine, marijuana, PCP, and cocaine withdrawal are usually mild to moderate. Depending on your situation, you may require medical detox from these substances too.

Besides medications to ease your withdrawal and its symptoms, you’ll receive detox counseling and support. Detox may take several days to a few weeks or more.16

It is the first step in recovery, not the only step. Once you’re in an alcohol- or drug-free state, you’ll continue treatment that helps you live a lasting addiction-free life.17

Inpatient Drug Rehab in Tallahassee

With inpatient rehab, you live in a residential facility during treatment. You may be an inpatient in a hospital setting, but this is becoming rare. With inpatient rehab, you receive intensive therapy in a safe, structured environment. You’ll have access to support around the clock from both staff and fellow patients.

Inpatient facilities range from basic to luxury. But all provide behavioral therapy and counseling. Treatment usually lasts 1 to 3 months.15 Studies show longer stays produce better outcomes.17

Step-Down Care

Addiction treatment happens on a continuum. If you have a severe addiction, you may begin with inpatient care and then step down to an intensive outpatient program before stepping down again to a standard outpatient program. Some people with a milder addiction and lots of support at home will begin treatment in an intensive outpatient program and step down to a lower level of care in an outpatient setting.18

As you step down to lower levels of care, you’ll have more opportunities to use the skills you’ve learned in rehab to remain sober.

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Before you’re discharged from rehab, you and your treatment team will make an aftercare plan. Aftercare provides ongoing support as you continue your substance-free life. Counselors or mentors play a supporting role. Support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, SMART Recovery (Self Management and Recovery Training), LifeRing Secular Recovery, or Secular Organizations for Sobriety, will hold meetings to give you additional support from others in recovery. If needed, you may stay in a sober living home.19

Like any chronic illness, you’ll have ups and downs. If you have a relapse or slip, you haven’t failed. You need a step up in care for more support and some more time in treatment. As the saying goes, two steps forward, one step back. Getting help when you need it will keep you moving forward in recovery.

What To Consider When Choosing a Tallahassee Drug Rehab

Your treatment needs are as individual as you are. What works for another person may not be the best for you.

Here are some things to keep in mind when looking at your rehab options:

While it may feel overwhelming, please know we’re available 24/7 to help you with your decision.

Qualities to Look for in Addiction Treatment

It can be overwhelming to choose an alcohol and drug rehab with so many options. Quality rehabs should offer a wide range of services. It should also be possible to get into treatment fairly quickly. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, if it takes more than 48 hours to receive an appointment to visit the rehab, look elsewhere.20

In addition, any facility with a high-quality treatment program will meet the following standards:20

Accreditation

Is the facility certified by the state or a national quality organization? Does the facility have a current license to provide care? Is the facility’s staff specifically qualified to treat SUDs?

Medication

Does the program use approved medications to help treat SUDs? Some medications are helpful with alcohol and opioid addictions. A quality program should offer medication-assisted therapy.

Evidence-Based Practices

Does the program use treatments that are proven to be effective for SUDs? A comprehensive treatment program should offer medications, behavioral therapy, and counseling. The staff-to-patient ratios need to be high enough that you receive appropriate, individualized care and are not just a number. Does the facility have access to healthcare providers to treat medical conditions if needed?

Family Involvement

Is your family included in treatment decisions? Are they allowed to visit or support you through the program?

Ongoing Support

A quality rehab should plan your aftercare support before you leave. This may include sober housing, ongoing counseling, help in finding employment, and participation with alumni groups.

Should I Travel to Tallahassee for Alcohol and Drug Treatment?

When you decide to enter treatment for alcohol or drugs, traveling to a new place and breaking ties with family and friends you drink or use drugs with may be an important first step in your recovery. Here are a few more reasons you may want to travel to Tallahassee for rehab:

Neighborhoods in Tallahassee to Consider for Treatment

Drug and Alcohol Laws in Tallahassee

The Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Law

Under this law, when you call 911 for a suspected drug overdose, you can do so without fear of punishment. You won’t be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia surrounding a suspected or known drug overdose. This applies whether you are calling for yourself or someone else.21

A program in Florida allows you to pick up naloxone at a pharmacy without a prescription.4 Giving naloxone and calling 911 if you suspect an overdose saves lives.5

Family and Medical Leave Act

If you’re employed by a company with 50 or more workers, you’re entitled to time off for treatment of a medical condition that prevents you from performing your job. Treatment for alcohol and SUDs is covered under this law. You may take up to 12 weeks off in a 12-month period. You may use vacation time, sick leave, or take unpaid time off.22

Drug Courts

The goal of the Leon County Felony Drug Court is to provide treatment to adults with SUD, provided they do not have an extensive criminal history. The participants agree to remain sober, find employment, or attend school. Treatment lasts 12 months, and charges are dropped upon completion of the program.23

The Leon County Veterans Treatment Court recognized the medical problems veterans face that stem from their military service, including post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and SUD. The Veterans Treatment Court provides treatment, assistance with housing, and assistance with vocational training, education, or job placement. The program lasts between 12 and 24 months.24

Marchman Act

The Marchman Act strives to treat addicted individuals rather than punish them. The goal is SUD prevention, intervention, and treatment in community-based, not-for-profit rehabs. Under the Marchman Act, a person can be involuntarily admitted to treatment.25

One of our specialists is ready to help you find an alcohol or drug rehab in Tallahassee. You can call anytime and take the first step toward lasting recovery.

Resources

  1. Livability. (2021, December 1). 10 Places to Get a Fresh Start: Tallahassee, Florida.
  2. Choose Tallahassee. (2022). Discover Why More People Choose Tallahassee.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services. (2021). Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) 2019 (Revised).
  4. Medical Examiners Commission 2020 Annual Report. (2022). Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons by Florida Medical Examiners
  5. Medicare.gov. (n.d.). Mental health care (inpatient).
  6. CMS.gov. (2021, November 12). 2022 Medicare Parts A & B Premiums and Deductibles.
  7. Medicare.gov. (n.d.). What’s Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)?
  8. Agency for Health Care Administration. (2022). Medicaid Eligibles Reports.
  9. Florida Department of Children and Families. (2022). Family Related Medicaid Income Limits.
  10. Florida Department of Children and Families. (2022). Office of Economic Self Sufficiency: Medicaid
  11. Florida Department of Children and Families. (2022). Family-Related Medicaid Program Fact Sheet.
  12. Healthcare.gov. (n.d.). Mental health and substance abuse coverage.
  13. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (n.d.). The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act.
  14. DISC Village. (n.d.). Fees.
  15. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2014). What is Substance Abuse Treatment.
  16. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment.
  17. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, September 18). Principles of Effective Treatment.
  18. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2008). A Guide to Substance Abuse Services for Primary Care Clinicians.
  19. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Tip 27: Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment.
  20. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). Finding Quality Treatment for Substance Use Disorders.
  21. The Florida Legislature. (2021). Drug Abuse Prevention and Control.
  22. U.S. Department of Labor. (n.d.) Family and Medical Leave Act.
  23. The 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida. (n.d.). Leon County Felony Drug Court.
  24. The 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida. (n.d.). Leon County Veterans Treatment Court.
  25. Duchene, D., Lane, P. (2009). Fundamentals of the Marchman Act. State University Systems of Florida.

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