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Miami, Florida

15 free treatment programs. 17 inpatient drug & alcohol rehab centers. 64 outpatient. 23 detox centers in Miami. 5 luxury residential. Sort for top accredited addiction rehabs in Miami, FL.
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Rehab describes structured programs designed to help people stop using drugs or alcohol and learn to live a healthy life. More on rehab.

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Counselors and therapists can help you identify factors that underly your substance use, to avoid triggers, to strengthen your motivation, and to navigate treatment options. They can also team with certified professionals to administer medication-assisted treatment. More on counseling.

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Support groups provide a space for getting social support, a sense of empowerment, and motivation from people who have faced — or are facing — similar challenges and circumstances. More on support groups.

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Treatment Facilities Near Me

There are dozens of treatment facilities in the Miami area that are designed to help those who are struggling to overcome their challenges with substance abuse. Coral Gables and Miami Springs have the most treatment facilities in the area, but North Miami, Hialeah, and Westchester also have many options to choose from.

While it may be important for some individuals to limit their travel time, others may be more inclined to find a facility that is further away from home. That way, they can limit their exposure to outside influences. In both scenarios, location plays a huge role in finding a facility that is right for you.


Finding the Right Treatment Facility

Start Your Recovery can be a great resource tool when looking for the best treatment center that accommodates your unique set of needs. 

The Miami area offers many facility options, such as:


Cost Considerations

There are many payment options to help with the cost of treatment in Miami and its surrounding neighborhoods. Most rehab facilities in the Miami area accept private health insurance. Many also accept Medicaid and Medicare. Only a select few offer free treatment, but many will offer payment assistance and a sliding fee scale, which is based on a person’s income.


Understanding Your Options

Inpatient or residential rehab centers allow patients to live at the facility while they are seeking treatment. Short-term facilities typically allow a three to six week stay, while long-term facilities tend to allow six months to a year-long stay. The Miami area has several residential facilities to choose from.

Outpatient rehab centers also offer daily treatment but allow patients to stay in the comfort of their own home and travel to the facility each day. 

There are dozens of outpatient rehab centers in the Miami area. Miami, specifically, has the highest number of them, followed by Coral Gables – both offering dozens of options. There are also a handful of outpatient centers in North Miami, Miami Springs, Hialeah, and Westchester.

By better understanding the differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab centers, you will be able to choose the best option for your individual needs.


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Immunity from Arrest

Under Florida law, any person acting in good faith who reaches out for medical and emergency assistance for someone who is experiencing an alcohol or drug-related overdose cannot be arrested or prosecuted for a criminal offense. Likewise, any person who is personally experiencing an alcohol or drug-related overdose cannot be arrested or prosecuted for a criminal offense.

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