Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Florida

Fort Myers

Fabulous City Of Palms: Fort Myers
Fort Myers is known as the "City of Palms" due to its thousands of Royal Palm trees that line its streets. Fort Myers is a playground of beaches. Ft. Myers beach, Bonita Beach, Sanibel Island, Captiva are just a few excellent places to enjoy the sand, sea and sun. Boaters can enjoy the vast Intercostals area among the many islands or venture offshore for open-water sailing and fishing. The white sand beaches are known for the beautiful seashells that wash on their shores.

The area is popular for fishing and boating enthusiasts with its many waterways, harbors, canals, estuaries, passes and islands. Numerous places and marinas are available to rent or launch boats, kayaks, canoes and sailboats.

Drug Situation
Drugs are popular in the discotheques, clubs and night parties of Fort Myers. According to United States drug experts, in Fort Myers, increasing numbers of teenagers and school students are turning to drugs such as ecstasy, cocaine, heroine, and MDMA for the desired high, as well as a boost in their energy levels to sustain them throughout the late hours. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) estimates that vast quantities of these illicit drugs are being smuggled into this city, mainly on commercial passenger flights

MDMA is popular among the clubs of Fort Myers, which is largely received through Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Central Florida's "rave scene," nightclubs and tourist atmosphere provide a constant market for MDMA and in Fort Myers, MDMA continues to grow in popularity with high school and college age people.

The vast majority of heroin in the Fort Myers area is supplied from Miami and transported overland in multi-ounce quantities by couriers. Most of the heroin activity in Fort Myers/Naples is street-level

Drug Effects
Every illicit drug mimics the brain's natural chemicals. A person abuses various types of drugs as marijuana, alcohol, crystal methamphetamine, heroin, crack cocaine, cocaine, for their pleasurable effects. Additionally, different drugs produce different drug effects. For example, the effects of marijuana are much different than the effects of crack cocaine. Thus, it is evident that chemical substance taken in every form produces the adverse effects on the user's body as well as mind.

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