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

 Winter Haven Florida Drug Alcohol Rehab
Winter Haven, FL is located in Polk County and is about 51 miles east of Tampa.  In 2020, Polk County reported 275 drug overdose deaths, and 44% of those involved opioids.1 Since 2017, the Winter Haven police department has carried naloxone spray kits, which can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.2 If you’re at risk of experiencing an opioid overdose or have another substance use disorder, an accredited detox, inpatient, or outpatient drug or alcohol rehab center in Winter Haven can provide the help you need. These addiction treatment centers typically offer a variety of payment options, including free or low-cost treatment.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Winter Haven, FL

The Florida Department of Health released the following alcohol and drug use statistics for Polk County:1,3

Getting to and Around Winter Haven, FL

Winter Haven is conveniently located between Tampa and Orlando and is home to the world’s largest LEGOLAND theme park. If you’re coming to town to get treatment at a Winter Haven drug or alcohol rehab or will be visiting a loved one who is in rehab, here is some helpful information about Winter Haven.

Resources

  1. Florida Department of Health. (n.d.). Substance use dashboard.
  2. The City of Winter Haven. (2017, August 2). Winter Haven Officers Equipped With Narcan On The Road.
  3. Florida Department of Law Enforcement. (2022). Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons by Florida Medical Examiners – 2020 Annual Report.