Find Substance Use Services and Support in South Florida

We work to ensure that those affected by mental illness and substance use disorders in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties can access effective and compassionate services that lead to recovery.

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Thriving Mind Consumer Hotline
For assistance or questions related to mental health, substance use and other community services.
M-F, 8AM–4:30PM
1 (888) 248-3111
Please dial 211 for assistance when the hotline is unavailable.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Free and confidential emotional support for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
24 Hrs / 7 Days
1 (800) 273-8255
Mobile Crisis Team in South Florida
An outreach service that provides mobile crisis intervention and assessment for adults.
24 Hrs / 7 Days
(305) 774-3616
In Miami-Dade County. Operated by Banyan Health Systems, Inc.
(305) 434-7660, opt. #8
In Monroe County. Operated by Guidance Care/Center, Inc.

Detoxification Services (Adult)

Detoxification services assist people with substance use problems in their efforts to withdraw from the effects of substance abuse.

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Residential (Adult Substance Use)

Residential services provide a structured, home-like, non-hospital setting with supervision on a 24-hour/7 days per week basis.

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Outpatient (Therapy-Adult Substance Use)

Outpatient services include individual and/or group interventions such as therapy, psychiatric services, medication-assisted treatment and more. These services for adults also include clubhouse and drop-in centers. The services can be rendered in non-provider settings such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, schools, detention centers, etc.

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Peer Support Services

Peer support in mental health and substance use treatment is help and support that people with lived experience of mental illness or a learning disability can give to one another.

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