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Our addiction treatment and detox in Port Charlotte, Florida can help you or your loved one find the strength needed to overcome substance use disorders.

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Detox in Port Charlotte, Florida

Port Charlotte is a leading detox center for men and women who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Located near Florida’s gulf coast, we serve a diverse community and are a leader in providing Medication-Assisted Treatment. 

At Port Charlotte Detox, you can gain the fresh start that you’ve been waiting for. With an entire team of support, you can gain the skills needed to create a life in recovery.

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At Port Charlotte Detox, we offer a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment aimed to treat the complex needs of substance use disorder. Here, clients can expect to overcome withdrawal symptoms and cravings in a safe, supportive and structured environment. Upon admission, our team will provide a treatment plan while in our care, but work to create a supportive aftercare plan that supports your needs and life style. 

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Our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) Program in Florida is designed to provide individuals struggling with opiate or alcohol addiction the support and tools they need to overcome their dependency.

We offer holistic rehab in Florida for those looking for an alternate pathway to recovery. We integrate traditional evidence-based approaches with holistic techniques to provide individuals with a comprehensive and effective recovery experience.

We understand that addiction not only affects the individual struggling with it but also their loved ones. By involving the entire family in the recovery process, we guide families to a healthier and more supportive environment for sustainable long-term sobriety.

Addiction aftercare for substance abuse refers to the continued support and treatment that individuals receive after completing a detox program. It is a comprehensive approach that aims to address the underlying issues related to addiction, prevent relapse, and promote long-term recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We provide a range of detox options for alcohol, drugs, prescription drugs, fentanyl, kratom, among other harmful substnaces. We also provide residential rehab for those who need a longer stay than what detox provides. 

When you check into Port Charlotte, we’ll begin the admissions process, we may inspect your bags to ensure you left any prohibited items behind. However, in general, we recommend the following to bring:

  • Contact information of those you want to stay in contact with during your stay
  • Prescription medication in the original labeled bottle
  • Form of identification and your insurance card
  • one weeks worth of clothes
  • Slippers
  • Two pairs of comfy clothes
  • Personal hygiene products
  • Journal or notebook

The entire detox process can take a few days to several weeks depending on the substances used, the frequency of use, the severity of use, and the person’s physical dependence on the substance. For more information on your personal detox, reach out to our staff now. 

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