Clearwater Drug and Alcohol Rehab

If you are someone who suffers from addiction, it may be easy to feel like everything is lost or to sink into a hopeless despair. Drugs and alcohol can be horribly destructive in so many people’s lives. They can really destroy your career, your relationships with your loved ones, and your hobbies. Substances can take away your whole life. But there is a way for you to take it back.

We can help you if you call us at (352) 771-2700. We can help you treat the disease of addiction. You need treatment. You deserve treatment. And we can help you.

A treatment plan that will work best for you will be formulated by counselors at our preferred treatment provider, The Recovery Village, who are standing by to speak to you. Whether you are in need of treatment for a dual diagnosis, residential treatment, or intensive outpatient care, we will assist you in finding the best treatment for your unique situation.

The Effects Addiction has on the Economy

Addiction to drugs and alcohol not only has negative effects on you and your loved ones, but it has negative effects on the whole country. Every year, substance abuse costs the nation $600 billion dollars in lost work productivity, crime, and health care expenses according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. You need to seek treatment for yourself if you suffer from addiction to drugs and alcohol. However, you also need to consider the impact your untreated addiction has on others–both in your immediate circle and on a bigger scale.

It’s Okay to Ask For Help

If you have the flu, you go to the doctor. Seeking treatment for the disease of addiction should be seen in the same way. Asking for help by calling a rehabilitation facility should not have any shame or embarrassment attached to it.


According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 11.2 percent of 23.5 million people in the United States who struggled with substance abuse issues in 2009 sought rehabilitation treatment. If you want to be like the small percentage of people who actually do something about their addiction issues, you have to admit to yourself that you have a disease so you can seek the treatment you need.

“I have been diagnosed with depression and anxiety for years, and my addiction to alcohol has always been complicated. I have tried to get help for my depression and anxiety, and I have tried to get help with my alcohol problem, but no one ever understood the complexities of both. The dual diagnosis treatment at the rehabilitation program I attended was exactly what I needed. They treated both of my conditions and they taught me valuable coping mechanisms and showed me how to manage my depression and anxiety with medication and with other natural methods. And they helped me discover the strength I needed to find within myself to stop drinking. Now I have been sober for six months, and I feel better than I have ever felt in my life. I owe it all to the rehabilitation program at The Recovery Village.”
– Lesley C.

Rehabilitation in Clearwater

When you are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in Clearwater, it may be overwhelming. You may feel like there is nowhere to turn. You may feel like there is nothing you can do to rebuild your life. Well, you are wrong. Help is out there if you are willing to step up and take it. Once you have completed a rehabilitation program, you will be able to get back to enjoying things in life like soaking up the sunshine on Clearwater Beach, seeing the vibrant sea life at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, or hanging out on the Pierce Street Market.