SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS

Aspire Adult Outpatient Program
407-875-3700 ext. 6129
https://aspirehealthpartners.com/programs-and-services/

The Adult Outpatient Program provides comprehensive, focused, psychotherapeutic services to individuals on an outpatient basis, which may include individual, family, couples and/or group therapy sessions.

Central Care Mission
4027 Lenox Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32811
407-299-6146
Tues & Th. 10am-4pm (intake) – Men with substance abuse
www.centralcaremission.org
$75 materials fee, $80/ week (only if working)

Central Care Mission is a men’s residential Life Skills Community Center. Framed with an overall Christian worldview, the program participants work to develop core emotional, vocational, financial, physical, and spiritual life skills.

Center for Drug-Free Living
1405 West Michigan Street
Orlando, Florida 32805
407-245-0020
Mon.- Fri. 9am- 5pm
http://www.cfdfl.com/Services/Category.aspx?id=7#service_22
Serves men with alcohol or drug dependency and with co-occurring mental health disorders
Program fees depend on income

The Center for Drug-Free Living provides detoxification, methadone maintenance, methadone detoxification, and buprenorphine services to the public. The treatment center provides residential short-term treatment and residential long-term treatment care. There are special groups and programs for persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders, persons with HIV and AIDS, gays and lesbians, seniors and older adults, pregnant and postpartum women, women, and men. Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired and Spanish.

Christian Services Center; Fresh Start
816 West Central Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32805
407-425-2523
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
www.christianservicecenter.org
Program fees range from $25 to $85

The Christian Service Center for Central Florida seeks to mobilize the Central Florida community under one common mission: to eradicate poverty through the provision of services and resources that foster hope, well-being and empowerment.

Coalition for the Homeless
639 West Central Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32801
407-426-1250 x 2752
Mon-Fri 9am-5 pm
www.centralfloridahomeless.org/services_men.html

The First Steps Substance Abuse Recovery Program for Men challenges men to recover from their addictions while living at the Coalition. Clients participating in the First Steps Shelter Recovery Program for Men work one-on-one with a case manager to create a plan for self-sufficiency. First Steps includes a variety of services, from Alcoholics Anonymous to anger management and yoga. The program is located in a specific dorm in the Men’s Service Center and can accommodate up to 50 men.

New Bridge Recovery and Wellness Center (Outpatient Program)
407-644-1500
http://www.newbridgerecovery.com/about-newbridge/
***Private Insurance ONLY

The New Bridge Recovery and Wellness Center serves adult men and women (18 and older) with drug & alcohol addiction who seek a path to a healthy, meaningful, and fulfilling life. Its program treats the addictive behavior and its underlying causes in a nonjudgmental, caring, and discreet environment.

Open Homes Fellowship Regeneration
1831 Central Park Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32807
407-382-7962
Every day, 7 am-7 pm
http://www.openhomesfellowship.com/program

Open Homes is a Christian drug and alcohol recovery program that specializes in helping men overcome the problems of addiction. The program is 9 months long and is divided into 2 phases. The 1st phase lasts 3 months during which time the men are under 24/7 supervision, and do not leave property unless they go in a group. They attend classes in morning, afternoon, and evening sessions, as well as perform volunteer work for a few hours during the day under the supervision of the Open Homes staff. The 2nd phase of our program is 6 months long. This phase is set up to get the men back into the workplace while still being under night and weekend supervision. The men must seek outside employment, live on property, pay weekly program fees, and tithe 10% of their gross income to the ministry. They are also required to attend classes during the evenings.

Orlando VA Medical Center – Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (MH RRTP)
5201 Raymond Street
Orlando, Florida 32803
407-631-7128 Ext. or 7129 (http://www.orlando.va.gov/services/Domiciliary.asp)
407-631-7226 Michael Colier (http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/state_SUD.cfm?STATE=FL)
Mon-Fri 8am-4:30 pm; walk ins welcome between 10 am- 3pm
http://www.orlando.va.gov/services/Domiciliary.asp
http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/state_SUD.cfm?STATE=FL

The mission of the Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (MH RRTP), more commonly called the Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (DRRTP), is to provide an opportunity for motivated, at-risk Veterans to participate in a residential, rehabilitative, and therapeutic community environment assisting the Veteran in achieving his or her optimal level of functioning and a return to independent living in the community beyond. The Orlando DRRTP provides state-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment services for Veterans with a variety of serious mental health, alcohol and drug addictions, medical illnesses, and other psychosocial problems, including but not limited to homelessness and employment/vocational needs.

Phoenix House Citra (Residential)
844-409-3374
http://www.phoenixhouse.org/locations/florida/phoenix-house-citra-center/

This residential facility is committed to treating the whole person — and their families — and employs professionals in the fields of psychiatry, medicine, mental health, social work, education, and recovery support. The team of experts address underlying causes of substance abuse and behavioral patterns and stress methods that result in lasting recovery. Core services include assessment and evaluation services, adult residential services, and adult detoxification and stabilization.

Recovery House of Central Florida
591 Lake Minnie Drive
Sanford, Florida 32752
407-323-5857
Mon- Sat 8:30a.m- 5p.m, do intake within these hours, ask for the intake coordinator Rick.
http://recoveryhouseinc.org/

Recovery House of Central Florida (RHCF) is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that has been serving Central Florida for over 20 years. The goal of RHCF is to provide these services to the homeless regardless of their ability to pay. RHCF’s Recovery Program utilizes a faith-based 12-step process that is centered around a therapeutic peer-driven community.

Refuge House
3522 North Powers Drive
Orlando, Florida 32818
407-509-5176
Mon- Fri 8am- 5pm (intake anytime during these hours), must do an interview over the phone to decide eligibility
Program fees are $500/ month