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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Florida

Florida Center for Recovery (FCR) is a reputable, fully licensed and result oriented rehab center providing alcohol detox, drug detox and residential addiction treatment for both man and women. We also offer a unique treatment program to foster the needs of pregnant women which includes a broad spectrum of care in an effort to address all issues related to this group of women. Our comprehensive and individualized treatment plans focus on the therapeutic treatment protocol that treats the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the disease of addiction through either the 12-Step or the Non 12-Step (SMART RECOVERY) program track.

We at Florida Center for Recovery have set a simple goal and follow this goal very seriously. The goal is to ensure our recovering clients receive the most up-to-date addiction treatment available that is result based and lasting. In pursuit of this goal, we provide state of the art treatment such as Rapid Resolution Therapy® for various trauma related disorders, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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The Connection between Addiction & Trauma – Florida Center for Recovery Exclusive Trauma Treatment Program

Most individuals struggling with addiction have experienced traumatic events or ordeals that at some point overwhelmed their ability to cope and perceive their place in life. Research has shown that trauma is one of the major underlying sources of addiction to drugs and alcohol. We cannot agree more with the results of the research, based on the fact that three out of five clients seeking treatment at Florida Center for Recovery (FCR) have also experienced some type of trauma in their lives. These individuals have turned to alcohol abuse, drug abuse (including prescription drugs), or have developed some type of mental disorder, such as PTSD in response to the unmanageable amount of stress they experienced.