Like anywhere in the United States, the first step toward a successful recovery in Polk County is the recognition of the problem. The second is locating a reliable treatment facility in Polk County and also knowing that seeking addiction treatment is more than just getting into a rehab. For drug and alcohol treatment to be effective, there are certain core components that must be present in a treatment program. Appropriate care involves in-depth evaluation using substance use disorders assessment tools, integrated comprehensive services to address underlying co-occurring mental health conditions, family therapy, and established plans for continuity of care. In addition, individuals belonging to special segments of service providers such as military members and first responders require rehab programs with a treatment curriculum specifically designed to address their unique challenges—work-related traumatic events, depression, and anxiety.
There are few rehab centers in Polk County that are equipped to provide that level of care to individuals struggling with addictions. Florida Center for Recovery (FCR), a premier medical detox and rehabilitation facility in the Treasure Coast of Florida, is one of them. FCR has been providing addiction treatment for many Polk County residents since 2002. Located in a 12-acre private facility, our 72-bed detox and rehab center offers drug and alcohol rehab programs for individuals 18 years of age and older. We are accredited and certified by the Joint Commission, which sets the standard for delivery of safe and effective care of the highest quality and value for our clients. We pride ourselves in offering the level of addiction treatment programs for Polk County residents which is among the best offered in the nation. Our specialized multidisciplinary therapeutic services include Rapid Resolution Therapy, Chronic Relapse Program, Pregnant Women Program, and Military First Responders Program.
The best way for you to become familiar with our addiction treatment facility and the programs we offer is to browse through our website. Not sure what you need? Give us a call at 800-643-4005. When you call our facility, you will be asked specific questions that allow our staff to know if our facility and the services we provide are the best options for your treatment. You can ask questions too. The call and the conversation with our staff are always confidential.
Some typical questions you may be asked are:
1. If you’re calling for yourself or someone else.
2. Which drugs or alcohol have you been using, for how long, and how much.
3. Current health conditions and medications, including pain medications you’re currently taking.
4. What financial resources are you working with (insurance, money from a loved one, etc.?)
Questions you may consider to ask us
Clients’ most common questions are related to admission time frame, treatment cost, insurance acceptance, items to bring, or not to bring and type of residential accommodations. Consider asking questions that are important foryou and your situation:
1. Is the facility smoke-free or is smoking allowed?
2. What is the therapy schedules like?
3. What types of medications am I allowed to take while in treatment?
4. What kind of family contact is allowed, and when?
5. What recreational activities are provided?
Like most of our Florida clients, Polk County residents seeking addiction treatment as well as their family members can make a short trip to receive a private tour of our facility. Just call us to schedule an appointment. It’simportant to make sure the services we offer are a good fit for you and a facility tour can answer a lot of your questions. Facility visits are generally provided within 24 hours of the request, except for holidays and special occasions.
To learn more about Florida Center for Recovery’s drug and alcohol rehab programs and the addiction treatment options available for Polk County resident’s please call us at 800-643-4005
Florida Center For Recovery is a drug and alcohol rehab center currently serving clients nationwide and it's neighboring Florida cities including: Alturas, Auburndale,Babson Park, Bartow, Bradley, Davenport, Dundee, Eagle Lake, Eaton Park, Fort Meade, FrostproofHaines City, Highland City, Homeland, Indian Lake Estates, Kathleen, Kissimmee, Lake Alfred, Lake Hamilton, Lake Wales, Lakeland, Lakeshore, Loughman, Mulberry, Nalcrest, Nichols, Polk City, River Ranch, Waverly, WinterHaven.
Page Last Updated on 9/16/20