Central Florida Treatment Centers in the metropolis has been treating patients since 1983. we tend to perceive opioid dependency and facilitate every patient to design a recovery arrange to meet their desires. methadone or suboxone medical care, combined with counseling and support, is used to interrupt the grip of withdrawal and also the harmful cycle of opioid use. The clinical employees work to assist patients to build and establish a healthy mental, physical, emotional and spiritual recovery. Life becomes livable once again. Treatment fees are comprehensive, covering all services provided.
Central Florida Treatment Centers is located in West Colonial Drive, they are focused on providing high-quality treatment by physicians and specialist in drug or alcohol addictions, forensic psychiatry and other areas concerning offering the high-grade of care to their clients as well as certified from (ASAM) the American Society of Addiction Medicine. They assist their clients to enhance their health, resulting in their patients to recover from physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.
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- United Health Care.
- Well Care Health Plan.
- Sunshine Health
- Molina Health Care.
- Prestige Health Choice.
- Clear Health Alliance.
- Stay Well.
- Magellan Health.
- Master Card
- American Express
I began doing and abusing drugs about 20 yrs ago. I have been through many treatment centers, detox & rehab facilities, even other methadone clinics, BUT nowhere have I had success in staying clean and sober than at Central Florida Treatment Centers. The staff has been caring, friendly and professional. My counselor, Lee, took an active interest in my sobriety. The Director, Earl, and the nursing staff have helped keep me on track with a plan for staying sober and the doctor has shown great concern for my health. I have been reunited with family and church. All in my life is good. Thanks to the clinic, some self-control, and God, I am going to do and be okay.
My name is Elizabeth C. I would like to say thank you for everything you all do. My sober date is December 26, 2012. I have managed to hold on to my sobriety through kidney cancer, collapsed lung, hysterectomy, sinus and throat tumors, and now a brain tumor. Last December I was in a lot of pain and began taking meds as prescribed, however, my Dr’s wanted me to go back to pain management which is how my addiction began. The thought scared me, especially with the knowledge of knowing that I could not manage a prescription properly. I could envision myself picking up a needle again. Dr. Autin just happened to be who I was sent to for my sinus and throat tumors. After explaining that I’d been sober and my fears, he suggested that I return. It was the best thing I could have done. I stayed on a lower dose, 55 mg, and my counselor, Shannon, is amazing. Unfortunately, my youngest child turned 18 so DCF took my Medicaid. I explained this and began a voluntary detox, which was great, no withdrawal. I stopped at 3 mg on Nov 4th and praise God, am ok. I do intend on returning asap. I just wanted to take a moment and thank everyone in Ft. Pierce for all of their support. You are saving lives.
For us, a short-term detox is a six-month protocol. We have found that a quick detox rarely produces any positive long-term results and more often than not results in the return to illicit drug use. This is a significant disease, and it probably took a long time to get to where medication-assisted treatment is needed, so a quick solution is likely not a good one.
Yes, full Medicaid does cover methadone treatment. A share of cost and other Medicaid programs are beyond our billing capabilities and so are not accepted. The cost would be a $2 co-pay per week.