Florida Drug Rehabs

Florida drug rehabThere are approximately 50,000 admissions to drug and alcohol rehabs in Florida each year, but unfortunately most of the programs have limited success and the relapse rate is pretty high.

With around 437,000 Florida citizens reporting illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year, it is clear that not only is there a large gap between those who need addiction treatment and those who receive it, there is also the necessity of finding drug rehab programs that actually work.

We can assist you in locating effective services for someone from Florida including long term residential rehab programs, addiction treatment facilities and detoxification centers.

Fill out the form below or call us toll-free at 1-877-920-2533 for help finding a successful rehabilitation center for someone from Florida.

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The State of Florida is a primary area for international drug trafficking and money laundering organizations, as well as a principal thoroughfare for cocaine and heroin transiting to the northeastern United States and Canada. Florida's over 8,000 miles of coastline provides virtually unlimited access and opportunities for drug trafficking organizations to use maritime conveyances to smuggle drugs. The short distance between Florida and the Bahamas also serves as a smuggling corridor along the southeast coastline. Additionally, Florida's numerous international airports and maritime ports provide traffickers with a means to smuggle drugs through the use of couriers and cargo facilities. South Florida, with its unique mix of nationalities and ties to Central and South America, is a primary domestic command and control center for Colombian narcotics traffickers and money laundering organizations. Recently, Mexican organizations have also made tremendous inroads, and are responsible for the smuggling and distribution of cocaine, methamphetamine (i.e. crystal methamphetamine) and marijuana throughout large portions of the state - from the Panhandle to as far south as Palm Beach County. Smuggling into Florida occurs via various types of maritime conveyances and cargo freighters, as well as via commercial aircraft. Additionally, the shift to ground transportation (e.g. passenger vehicle, bus and rail) as a means of transporting narcotics throughout the state continues to increase.

Florida DEA Offices & Contact Numbers:
Fort Lauderdale: 954-489-1700
Fort Myers: 941-275-3662
Gainesville: 352-371-2077
Jacksonville: 904-348-5225
Key Largo: 305-852-7874
Key West: 305-295-8603
Miami: 305-994-4870
Naples: 941-643-5550
Orlando: 407-333-7000
Panama City: 850-769-3407
Pensacola: 850-469-9060
Port St. Lucie: 561-462-3270
Tallahassee: 850-942-8417
Tampa: 813-287-5160
Titusville: 321-264-7616
West Palm Beach: 561-684-8000

According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 1.2 million (8%) of Florida citizens (ages 12 or older) reported past month use of an illicit drug. The rate of drug-induced deaths in Florida is higher than the national average. The number of meth lab seizure incidents in Florida increased 148%, from 128 incidents in 2007 to 318 incidents in 2009.

Contact us today to find out more information about successful drug rehabs in Florida.