Addiction Recovery

At The Blackberry Center, we believe in comprehensive, holistic wellness and addiction recovery. That’s why we offer a complete continuum of care to take you from the first steps toward healing to a successful, lifelong recovery.

Read on to learn more about our mental health and addiction recovery treatment options!

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol’s legality and vast social acceptance leads it to be one of the most commonly abused substances in the world. But despite its commonality, alcohol abuse endangers countless people in the Orlando, Florida area each year. When an individual becomes alcohol dependent… read more about Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine can give you energy and a strong sense of euphoria. But the comedown can leave you feeling anxious and depressed. Moreover, prolonged use can alter the reward circuits and dopamine system in your brain, causing you to feel unwell without it. The cycle of a cocaine use disorder can leave… read more Cocaine Addiction Treatment


At this level of care, we’ll help you safely detox from addictive substances like alcohol, heroin, and prescription opioids. Our medical staff will monitor your health 24/7 to ensure that you are comfortable and safe. Additionally, the goal of our medical detox is to prevent you from relapsing during this vulnerable stage in addiction recovery. From here, if you have a co-occurring mental health issue, you will undergo a recovery assessment and may be eligible to enroll in our inpatient rehabilitation program. Throughout your journey of addiction recovery, our team will provide comprehensive support and guidance tailored to your individual needs

EMDR for Addiction

After being admitted into The Blackberry Center, you will be evaluated by addiction specialists who will then create a customized detox plan based on your specific addiction(s), their severity, and your unique needs. The side effects of withdrawal from… read more about EMDR for Addiction

Heroin Addiction Treatment

Seeking heroin addiction treatment can be the hardest step in recovery. First, you must address that you have an addiction and that you need help to overcome it. Then you need to find an addiction treatment center.. read more Heroin Addiction Treatment

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Euphoria and pain relief are the two effects of fentanyl that most commonly lead to fentanyl addiction. In this way, adults struggling with chronic pain or underlying mental health issues may find temporary relief while using fentanyl. However, addiction and dependence create new challenges.. read more about Fentanyl Addiction Treatment

Meth Addiction Treatment

There is no cure when it comes to overcoming meth addiction. But substance use disorders can be treated through physical and psychological evidence-based methods. Completing a medically supervised meth addiction treatment takes.. read more about Meth Addiction Treatment

 Inpatient Treatment for Dual Diagnosis 

Our dual diagnosis program was designed by addiction recovery experts to help you regain control over your mental health conditions and substance use disorder. By empowering you with evidence-based addiction recovery tools, we will equip you to get and stay in recovery. Some of our treatment modalities include:

After graduating from this program, you may transition into our partial hospitalization program.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHP serves as a crucial level of care that will help you transition from rehabilitation to everyday life. Our PHP programming includes mental health support, recreational therapy, and other treatment options that will help you successfully ease yourself into a new, healthy routine. This program meets for a total of 20 hours per week, which gives you time to acclimate to life while staying strong in your foundation of healing and addiction recovery. With PHP, you receive personalized care and support as you progress through your journey of addiction recovery, ensuring a smoother transition to independent living.

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