"Space Coast Recovery, Inc. is dedicated to empowering our clients to choose recovery from addiction."
In 2019, over 27 million people in the US reported current use of illicit drugs and alcohol. Over 22 million people have a substance abuse disorder. During the COVID 19 pandemic, these numbers have tripled. Over 100,000 people in the US died from an overdose, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, are now the most common drugs involved in overdose deaths.
Space Coast Recovery provides drug and alcohol treatment services at 1215 Lake Drive, Cocoa, FL, Brevard County since 1969. SCR is licensed by the State of Florida as a Level III residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment organization and holds accreditation from CARF. Level III license requires a structured residential treatment environment with a comprehensive program of room, board, individual and group treatment modalities. Treatment includes substance abuse education, relapse prevention, life skills training, employ-ability, self-sufficiency training, family therapy, support groups for transitional counseling, and aftercare supports when clients are restored as contributing members of the community. We also offer other education, counseling, and support group services, including DUI groups on an outpatient basis, as a means of maximizing our community impact.
Our organization is governed by a Board of Directors; a President/CEO with a Masters degree and Florida Certification credentials CAP, CRRA, a Clinical Supervisor with a MCAP (Master level Certified Addiction Counselor), and a dedicated professional certified staff.
SCR has collaborative efforts with Circles of Care detox unit, Twin Rivers 28-day program, Brevard County Jail, and Florida Safety Council. Our organization has Memorandum of Agreements with Brevard Health Alliance, Florida Safety Council, Second Harvest Food Bank, Florida Department of Health and Project Response.
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