Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Florida

Key West

Key West: a key to life
Key West is the southernmost point in the continental US and is actually closer to Havana, Cuba than Miami. This small island has a rich and varied history. Key West has an independent and free-spirit as demonstrated in its 1982 symbolic secession from the Union, when it dubbed itself as the Conch Republic. This unique spirit is perhaps why so many artists and writers have made Key West their home at various times including Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and Robert Frost.

At one point during the late 1800s, Key West was the wealthiest city, per capita, in the nation. Today it is a laid-back community with an eclectic mix of residents that has more of a Caribbean atmosphere than that of an American city.

Key West continues the theme of the other keys for being a fantastic water sports playground, but it is perhaps better known for its eccentricity, night life, lovely Key West architecture, and historical landmarks.

Key West is reputed to have the most gorgeous sunsets and the best place to see them is at Mallory Square Dock overlooking Key West harbor. The event is celebrated with performances from many street entertainers including mimes, fire jugglers, sword sallower, and acrobats.

Drug Situation
South Florida, specifically Miami-Dade and Broward counties, are still favorite areas of drug traffickers for the smuggling of large quantities of cocaine, heroin and marijuana into the continental United States (CONUS) from South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Florida leads the nation in MDMA seizures. Among every part of Florida, Southernmost area has been identified as a primary gateway for MDMA smuggling into the Continental United States (CONUS). The Miami Field Division (MFD) plans to target specific enforcement initiatives towards the identification and dismantling of illicit drug groups operating in Florida, with emphasis on South Florida cities, like Key West. MDMA continues to be widely available and used in the club scene in South Florida and similar condition is in Key West also.

Miami International Airport (MIA) is a major entry point for South American heroin into the United States. This gateway has give rise to the extensive consumption of heroin in Key West. Presently the overwhelming majority of South American heroin enters the CONUS via MIA. Couriers on commercial flights are the primary methods through South American heroin are smuggled into Key West.

South American trafficking organizations dominate the importation and distribution of cocaine in Florida and Key West also receives its quota from the similar gateway.

Mexican-produced crystal methamphetamine is distributed in Key West via California. Whole Florida is known for its high quality Mexican produced Methamphetamine.

Drugs Effects
High doses and long-term usage of every illicit drug may result in violent behavior, anxiety, confusion, and insomnia. They also can display a number of psychotic features, including paranoia, auditory hallucinations, mood disturbances, and delusions, making the user insane.

For immediate assistance and a free, professional consultation anytime day or night please

  • Apopka Addiction Help
    (407) 374-2882
  • Belle Glade Addiction Help
    (561) 847-3644
  • Big Pine Addiction Help
    (305) 407-1709
  • Big Pine Addiction Help
    (305) 433-7834
  • Boca Raton Addiction Help
    (561) 859-0771
  • Brandon Addiction Help
    (813) 527-9789
  • Daytona Beach Addiction Help
    (386) 628-0300
  • Fort Lauderdale Addiction Help
    (954) 320-6967
  • Groveland Addiction Help
    (352) 364-0123
  • Hialeah Addiction Help
    (305) 514-0038
  • Hollywood Addiction Help
    (954) 391-5625
  • Jacksonville Addiction Help
    (904) 245-1846
  • Jacksonville Beach Addiction Help
    (904) 685-6400
  • Melbourne Addiction Help
    (321) 369-9956
  • Miami Addiction Help
    (786) 232-0737
  • Miami Addiction Help
    (305) 514-0060
  • Miami Addiction Help
    (305) 459-3878
  • New Port Addiction Help
    (727) 359-0252
  • New Smyrna Addiction Help
    (386) 957-5755
  • Odessa Addiction Help
    (813) 527-9627
  • Orange Park Addiction Help
    (904) 639-6088
  • Orlando Addiction Help
    (321) 280-9490
  • Oviedo Addiction Help
    (407) 374-2898
  • Palatka Addiction Help
    (386) 628-0303
  • Pompano Beach Addiction Help
    (954) 603-8774
  • Tallahassee Addiction Help
    (850) 298-8869
  • Tampa Addiction Help
    (813) 381-5151
  • Valrico Addiction Help
    (813) 413-1949
  • West Palm Addiction Help
    (561) 290-1511
  • Winter Park Addiction Help
    (407) 374-2885