Winter Springs, FL Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers

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Winter Springs Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Facilities

The town of Winter Springs is home to a few rehab centers for people facing drug abuse. Some of these centers include:

Troubled Teens Casselberry

Located on the outskirts of Winter Springs is Troubled Teens Casselberry, a rehab facility dedicated to treating adolescents who are dealing with substance abuse. This facility connects the parents of troubled teens with qualified counselors and other resources.

New Life Connections, Inc.

This facility offers a variety of treatment services to individuals who are suffering from drug and/or alcohol addictions. Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, education programs and relapse prevention are all available. This facility utilizes group therapy, individual counseling and random drug testing.

Twelve Stones Counseling Center

The Twelve Stones Counseling Center offers family and individual counseling to clients who are trying to overcome addictions to drugs or alcohol. All treatment is completed on an outpatient basis.

Substance Abuse and Addiction in Winter Springs and Florida

As of 2014, the United States Census Bureau reports that more than 19 million people are living in Florida. Of these nearly 20 million people, approximately 33,800 live in the city of Winter Springs. Many people who live in Florida are also struggling with addictions to drugs and/or alcohol. In fact, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, approximately 424,000 people in Florida over the age of 12 were dealing with substance abuse in 2012. A number of these people live in Winter Springs and could benefit from professional substance abuse treatment.

Seeking Drug Treatment in Winter Springs

If you or someone you love is dealing with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, getting the proper treatment is essential. Contact today to learn more about treatment options in the Winter Springs area.

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