Drug and alcohol addiction can be difficult to recover from alone, but help is available. If you or someone you love is struggling with substance use in the Winter Park area, The Recovery Village has several locations nearby. We’re here to help you take the steps needed to end substance use and live a healthier, sober life.
The Recovery Village is dedicated to helping people with drug or alcohol addictions begin the lifelong recovery journey. Our nationwide network of addiction rehab facilities serves Florida communities like Winter Park as well as Washington, New Jersey, Ohio and several other states. Regardless of which location you choose, you’ll be in safe hands thanks to the multidisciplinary teams of addiction experts that provide treatment at each of our rehab centers.
In Florida, there was a 33.6% increase in overdose deaths from February 2020 to February 2021. In other words, addiction treatment services in Winter Park and other Florida communities are more important than ever.
Our local addiction treatment centers provide a perfect opportunity for people struggling with drugs or alcohol in Winter Park to find the life-saving care they need. Our nearest facility is located just 30 minutes away in Orlando, and our next closest treatment center is only an hour’s drive from Winter Park.
Our facilities are staffed by a collection of addiction experts, including physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, behavioral health technicians, therapists, counselors and many others. These professionals provide care and support through every step of the client’s recovery journey. A caring, knowledgeable treatment team is a crucial part of improving client outcomes, which is why only reputable, well-credentialed staff members are able to join our organization.
Though therapy and other treatment modalities make up the foundation of rehab, times of introspection, creativity and relaxation can be just as important. Throughout their stay at our facilities, clients can take advantage of a wide variety of amenities that promote healing, health and overall well-being. Depending on the client’s treatment plan, available amenities can include:
Treatment is provided through a variety of different approaches. Each one helps clients address their addictions and learn how to live without relying on drugs or alcohol. Sobriety isn’t always easy — even after rehab — so we work to give clients the tools and resources needed for an effective, lifelong recovery. Treatment may include:
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The Recovery Village provides a full continuum of care, starting with more intensive forms of treatment and gradually stepping down as clients become more comfortable in their recovery. Typically, the treatment process begins with medical detox, transitions to residential and outpatient settings and then ends with long-term aftercare.
In medical detox, clients are able to safely eliminate substances from their systems in a controlled environment. Detox specialists monitor clients around the clock and treat any uncomfortable or potentially life-threatening symptoms that may arise.
After drugs and alcohol have left their system, clients begin residential treatment in an inpatient setting. During this phase of the recovery journey, clients live on-site and attend therapy, medical appointments and group sessions throughout each day.
PHPs are a step down from residential treatment. Depending on the severity of their addiction, some clients may start treatment in a PHP setting after undergoing detox. PHP provides more independence than residential treatment, but clients still attend treatment for several hours at the rehab facility each day.
IOP is the next step down, and it provides even more freedom and flexibility to clients who are feeling comfortable with their recovery. Clients in IOP visit the rehab facility several times per week to receive ongoing treatment.
When clients are ready to return back to their day-to-day lives, they typically transition to an outpatient program. Outpatient care allows clients to step back into family, school and work commitments while still receiving part-time treatment and 24/7 on-call support.
Recovery is a lifelong journey that requires ongoing support and maintenance. After clients graduate from addiction treatment at our facility, they move into the aftercare phase. Aftercare promotes long-term sobriety and health through support group meetings, routine check-ins, 24/7 helpline access, relapse prevention plans and other valuable resources.
If you or someone you love is struggling with substance use and addiction, help is available at The Recovery Village. We have two facilities located less than an hour from Winter Park, allowing you to receive life-changing care that’s conveniently close to home.
Our nearby facilities include The Recovery Village and Orlando Recovery Center. Each location provides a full continuum of evidence-based care that can help you begin the path toward lasting recovery.
Located in Umatilla, The Recovery Village is a 90-bed drug and alcohol treatment facility. The rehab center offers the full spectrum of treatment services, ranging from medical detox to aftercare. Learn more about The Recovery Village, or contact a representative to start the admissions process today.
633 Umatilla Blvd.
Umatilla, FL 32784
Located just south of downtown Orlando, the Orlando Recovery Center is a spacious, 93-bed campus that offers a variety of addiction treatment programs and other services. Learn more about what Orlando Recovery Center can offer you, or contact an admissions specialist to get started on your recovery journey.
6000 Lake Ellenor Dr.
Orlando, FL 32809
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Provisional Drug Overdose Death Counts.” September 15, 2021. Accessed October 9, 2021.