Men face a variety of factors that render them vulnerable to substance use disorder, and these issues need to be addressed in treatment as part of their rehab and recovery. Between enduring issues of stigma surrounding masculinity, the pressure to fit into certain roles, the pressure to be the traditional providers, potential pain issues associated with a higher involvement in physical jobs and manual labor, there are many situations in which men can find themselves needing to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. If you or your loved one are a man struggling with substance abuse or addiction, you don’t have to be ashamed to ask for help.
How Common Is Substance in Men?
Data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicates that men are generally more likely to experience substance use disorder (SUD) than women. and illicit drug use is more likely to result in emergency department visits or overdose deaths for men than for women. Men and women generally respond to drugs differently and use them differently, as well. This includes every type of drug, from alcohol to cocaine to opioids and even prescription stimulants. Rehab for men must address the unique psychological issues that drive gender-specific substance abuse and what measures can be taken to manage them in everyday life.
Find A Men’s Substance Use Rehab Center Today
We understand that men may be reluctant to admit they need help with alcohol or drug addiction. It’s important to realize, however, that the sooner you call, the sooner you can take back your life, peace of mind, and physical and mental health. Our representatives are standing by to help you find a rehab that works for your care needs and lifestyle. Contact us today to start your treatment and get the help you need now. We offer a database of treatment centers in your community and across the country.
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Florida Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers
Florida has an infamous and unfortunate legacy when it comes to substance use and addiction. At one time, it was ground zero for “pill mills” (pain management clinics that wrote opioid prescriptions for profit) and is still battling substance use on a variety of fronts. Cocaine continues to be a problem in Miami while prescription painkiller abuse still dominates many areas of the state, from Fort Myers to Fort Lauderdale to Fort Walton Beach. Florida ranks second in the nation for the highest rates of overdose deaths, 7,500 overdose deaths in Florida in 2020 compared to just over 5,500 the year before. If you or your loved one are among the thousands in Florida that need help for addiction, there are many resources available to you.
Substance Abuse Treatment Resources in Florida
In response to the explosion of prescription and illicit drug abuse in the state, Florida has given birth to hundreds of treatment facilities, but not all treatment centers will offer the same services or levels of care. Some will offer inpatient treatment and onsite medical detoxification (detox); others will simply offer outpatient counseling and rehab and offsite coordination with detox. The state also offers many treatment facilities that offer Medicare and Medicaid for patients of advanced age or limited financial means. Florida has also become a preferred recovery destination because of the forgiving climate all year round.
Let Us Help You Find A Florida Rehab Center
It can be hard to understand what kind of rehab you need when you’re starting your search for treatment, which is why our representatives are standing by 24-7 to help you find the right kind of care for your care needs, lifestyle and budgetary resources. You don’t have to struggle with substance use on your own anymore. Contact us today so we can help you begin recovery.
- Substance Abuse -Florida Department of Health
- FADAA: Services Arm of the Florida Behavioral Health Association
- Florida Association of Addiction Professionals (FLAAP)