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Hope Centers of Central Florida

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Hope Centers of Central Florida which is placed in Miller Street Orlando, FL, is a passion to not only treat but change the lives of their addicts by enabling them and offering them hope for substance-free future.  They provide services to clients in a comfortable outpatient environment and intended to assist them in by utilizing the most up-to-date methods and overcome their substance abuse dependence.

Addiction Aide reviewed about insurance, treatment programs, and specialties.


  • Suboxone Treatment
  • Alcohol Treatment


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  • Experiential Therapy
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy / Solution Focused Therapy
  • Interpersonal Therapy
  • Contingency Management/Motivational Incentives
  • Medication-Assisted Therapies
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

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Insurance Accepted

  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Beacon Health ValueOptions
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • And many more

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  • Swimming pool
  • Exercise gym
  • Yoga & meditation
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6 months ago this is the place to come to for addiction treatment. They almost have it down to a science as to how to treat addiction. They are true professionals, highly educated and effective.

Dr. Qadir and his team are excellent! These are honestly the people that you want to see if you need help with addiction. They are great.

 Kyle Winter Kyle Winter

Dr. Ganjam runs a great center with a highly trained team in place. They are world-class doctors that have a highly effective treatment plan in place.


Craig SelfCraig Self
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What drugs are opioids?

Some examples include Painkillers such as; morphine, methadone, Buprenorphine, hydrocodone, and oxycodone. Heroin is an illegal opioid.

Common brand names include OxyContin®, Percocet®, Vicodin®, Percodan®, Tylox® and Demerol®

How do opioids work in the brain?

Opioids attach to receptors in the brain. They send signals to the brain to block pain, slow breathing and produce a general calming effect. The body naturally creates opioids, but cannot produce enough natural opioids to stop severe or chronic pain nor can it produce enough to cause an overdose. Opioids target the brain’s reward system by releasing dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter present in regions of the brain that regulate movement, emotion, cognition, motivation, and feelings of pleasure. The overstimulation of this system produces the euphoric effects sought by people who misuse drugs and teaches them to repeat the behavior. This is why substance abuse treatment is essential to helping patients recover.

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