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Drug and alcohol services

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Opioid and medication-assisted treatment

Lakeview Center Opiate Treatment helps people struggling with misuse of opioids. Sometimes called opiates or narcotics, opioids are pain medications that can be prescribed by a doctor such as Fentanyl, Lortab, Percocet, OxyContin, Morphine or Dilaudid, as well as street drugs like Heroin.

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Intensive-outpatient treatment for adults

Substance misuse is more common than you might think, and there are programs and services to treat the disease of addiction. Our licensed providers can make referrals and recommendations based on your needs that lead to individualized treatment plans in a setting that’s most appropriate for you.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is usually a good fit if you have a stable living environment and do not require detoxification treatment.

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DUI program

Lakeview Center’s DUI Program provides services to Escambia and Santa Rosa county residents with the goals of preventing substance misuse and promoting recovery.

Our program is licensed by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV), and all instructors, evaluators and clinical supervisors are certified by DHSMV. All fees are set and approved by DHSMV.

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Detox program

Addiction can impact anyone’s life. Lakeview Center has an inpatient detox program to help people facing withdrawal symptoms from drugs and alcohol. The service is an important first step in treating addiction and beginning a path to recovery.

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Road to Recovery

Sometimes, an inpatient program is the best option for a person struggling with substance misuse. Our residential treatment program at Road to Recovery provides stability while treatment plan gets underway.

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OPUS program – preventing opioid and fentanyl overdose

Opioid misuse and overdose can happen to anyone. Our team can provide free resources and education to prevent a deadly overdose. Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing and street outreach services are also provided.