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Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers in Dade City, Florida

Dade City, FL has several nearby treatment choices including: 6 low cost programs, 0 inpatient drug rehab, 4 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like Cigna, 1 detox center, 4 outpatient treatment programs.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehabs Serving the Dade City, Florida Area:

    drug rehab facility - BayCare Behavioral Health FL
    14527 7th Street
    Dade City, FL. 33523

    BayCare is a leading not-for-profit health care system that connects individuals and families to a wide range of services at 15 hospitals and hundreds of other convenient locations throughout the Tampa Bay and central Florida regions.

    Pathfinder Counseling Inc Zephyrhills OfficeSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment program - Pathfinder Counseling Inc FL
    5004 Mission Square Lane
    Zephyrhills, FL. 33542

    Pathfinder Counseling Inc is 11 miles from Dade City, Florida

    Pathfinder Counseling Inc has long been dedicated to assisting its clients recovery after a period of drug and alcohol addiction. It has been doing this within Dade City, FL. and in the surrounding communities for quite some time. Pathfinder Counseling Inc provides services like couple/family therapy, trauma therapy, cognitive/behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, substance abuse counseling approach, anger management - which are all representative of their rehabilitation and treatment philosophies. In addition, Pathfinder Counseling Inc believes that clients need unique and individualized treatment approaches to achieve lasting recovery. This is why it offers various programs, like housing services, programs for the hearing impaired, veterans, substance abuse education, aftercare/continuing care, treatment for spanish-speaking clients - among other services listed in the following sections.

    Pathfinder Counseling Inc offers outpatient individual counseling, inpatient detoxification centers, inpatient addiction treatment programs, long term rehab centers, short term treatment programs and others. Pathfinder Counseling Inc has relapse prevention programs that are useful in helping clients after they complete treatment. This alcohol and drug treatment facility also uses treatment types that can help you achieve lasting sobriety.

    Finally, Pathfinder Counseling Inc accepts private pay, private medical insurance, military insurance, medicaid, medicare, state education funds, access to recovery (atr) voucher, as well as others.

    North Tampa Behavioral HealthJoint Commission CertifiedSAMHSA

    drug rehab facility - North Tampa Behavioral Health FL
    29910 State Road 56
    Wesley Chapel, FL. 33543

    North Tampa Behavioral Health is 14.3 miles from Dade City, FL

    North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital is a psychiatric treatment center for substance abuse & drug addictions, depression, anxiety, bipolar and mood disorders in an inpatient center setting located in Wesley Chapel, Florida.

    BayCare Behavioral Health BrooksvilleCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - BayCare Behavioral Health FL
    15311 Cortez Boulevard
    Brooksville, FL. 34613

    BayCare Behavioral Health is 18.2 miles from Dade City, Florida

    BayCare Behavioral Health is dedicated to providing mental health services and behavioral health services to the residents of Brooksville. This facility also provides services for persons who have a history of drug abuse and chemical dependency. This mental health center administers world class services, and there is no discrimination of any sort when admitting clients.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What will a rehab do to help me get through my withdrawal symptoms?

      Rehabilitation centers use a combination of medical, psychological, and supportive care to help you manage and overcome withdrawal symptoms during the detoxification stage of recovery. Here's what you can expect:

      Medical Supervision and Care: During withdrawal, you'll be under the constant care of medical professionals who monitor your vital signs and general health. This is crucial because withdrawal from certain substances can be life-threatening.

      Medication-Assisted Treatment: Depending on the substance you're withdrawing from and the severity of your symptoms, the medical team may administer medications to alleviate discomfort and reduce cravings. For example, methadone or buprenorphine might be used for opioid withdrawal, while benzodiazepines might be used for alcohol withdrawal.

      Psychological Support: Mental health professionals provide psychological support during withdrawal. This might include individual counseling, group therapy, or cognitive-behavioral techniques to help manage cravings and cope with the emotional stress of withdrawal.

      Comfort Measures: Rehab centers often use comfort measures to help manage withdrawal symptoms. These might include a quiet and comfortable room to rest in, nutritional support, hydration, and complementary therapies such as acupuncture, massage, or yoga.

      Preparation for Ongoing Treatment: Detox and withdrawal management are just the first steps in the recovery process. While helping you through withdrawal, staff at the rehab center will also be preparing you for the next phases of treatment, which may include therapy, medication management, and skill-building to maintain long-term sobriety.

      Peer Support: Many rehab centers facilitate peer support groups, where you can share experiences and coping strategies with others who are going through a similar process.

      Is substance abuse recovery a life long process?

      Substance abuse recovery is often described as a lifelong process. This is due to the chronic nature of addiction, which is a brain disease characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences. Like other chronic illnesses such as diabetes or heart disease, addiction often requires long-term or repeated care to manage symptoms and prevent relapse.

      Here are key reasons why recovery is often a lifelong process:

      • Changes in Brain Function: Substance use can cause long-lasting changes in the brain that persist even after the substance is no longer used. These changes can lead to cravings or triggers for drug use, which can potentially lead to relapse.
      • Behavioral Changes: Substance use often involves habits and behaviors that become deeply ingrained over time. Changing these behaviors and developing new, healthier habits can take time and ongoing effort.
      • Coping Mechanisms: Many individuals use substances as a way to cope with stress, trauma, or other underlying issues. Recovery often involves learning new coping mechanisms and addressing these underlying issues, which can be a long-term process.
      • Support Systems: Recovery often involves building or rebuilding supportive relationships and social networks, which can take time.
      • Maintenance of Physical and Mental Health: Substance use can lead to a variety of physical and mental health issues. Managing these conditions and maintaining overall health can be an ongoing part of recovery.
      • Relapse Prevention: Relapse rates for substance use disorders are similar to those of other chronic illnesses. Ongoing care, support, and strategies for managing cravings and triggers can help prevent relapse over the long term.

      What drugs turn off emotions and make you feel numb?

      Several classes of drugs can have the effect of numbing emotions or creating a feeling of emotional detachment. It's important to note that these effects can vary widely between individuals and depend on many factors, including the dosage, the method of use, and the individual's personal physiology and psychology. Here are a few examples:

      Depressants: This category of drugs, which includes alcohol, benzodiazepines (like Xanax or Valium), and opioids (like heroin or prescription painkillers), can reduce brain activity and dull emotions. Users often report feeling numb or detached from their emotions.

      Dissociatives: Dissociative drugs like ketamine, PCP, and certain kinds of cough medicines containing dextromethorphan (DXM), can induce a state of detachment from reality and one's self, which can include a sense of emotional numbness.

      Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs): While primarily used as antidepressants, some individuals report feeling emotionally numb or detached when taking SSRIs. This is generally considered a side effect, and if experienced, should be discussed with a healthcare provider.

      Antipsychotics: These medications are primarily used to treat conditions like schizophrenia, but they can also induce a state of emotional numbness or flatness in some individuals.

      While these substances can make a person feel emotionally numb, it's important to note that this is often a temporary and potentially harmful solution. Long-term use can lead to a range of negative health effects, including physical dependence, addiction, and a worsening of emotional or mental health symptoms. If you're feeling overwhelmed by your emotions, it's crucial to seek help from a mental health professional rather than turning to substances. They can provide support and discuss healthier ways to cope with these feelings.

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