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Admissions: (800) 722-0100
All calls are 100% confidential.

Main Number: (239) 775-4500

Open 24 Hours a Day 7 days a week

Location:
9001 Tamiami Trail E Naples, FL 34113

Under an hour from Fort Myers

VISITING HOURS 2pm – 4pm Sat and Sun

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Contact & Hours of Operation

Admissions: (800) 722-0100
All calls are 100% confidential.

Main Number: (239) 775-4500

Open 24 Hours a Day
7 days a week

VISITING HOURS 2pm – 4pm Sat and Sun – Masks Required

Welcome to

The Willough At Naples

Specializing in addiction recovery through strength & compassion for over 30 years.
Since 1983, The Willough at Naples has provided substance abuse treatment for countless adults suffering from co-occurring substance abuse issues & mental health issues (Dual Diagnosis). Our 87-bed facility is run by a skilled, professional team of nurses, counselors, doctors, and administrative staff, and is dedicated to serving Naples, Miami, Fort Myers, and all other communities of southern Florida.

Inpatient Addiction Recovery - Willough At Naples, Florida

Programs & Services

Group counseling & peer support

Daily interaction with therapists

Individualized relapse prevention (for those with dual diagnosis)

Nutrition education

Individual counseling

Friendly, experienced caretakers

Marriage & family counseling

Fun, educational recreation therapy

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You can find the determination to overcome your disorders and find total peace of mind, and you don’t have to do it alone. We’ll help you find the strength to succeed. Just contact us online, visit us in person, or call us, any time of the day or night.

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Does alcohol help anxiety, or does it make it worse? If you have anxiety, there’s a good chance you’ve turned to alcohol as a way to help you relieve any uncomfortable symptoms. In fact, the practice self-medicating using mood-altering substances like alcohol is not uncommon. In fact, according to a study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, 13% of the surveyed American adults admitted to using alcohol at least once in the past year to manage their emotions.

How to Help an Alcoholic Who Doesn’t Want Help

How to Help an Alcoholic Who Doesn’t Want Help

If you have a loved one with an alcohol or drug addiction, you probably know that it hurts to watch someone you care about succumb to harmful habits. This is especially true when they don’t want to acknowledge the problem, as it can leave you wondering how to help an alcoholic who doesn’t want help. Fortunately, there are ways you can encourage them to get treatment.

Signs of Overdose

Signs of Overdose: What to Look for and What to Do

Knowing the signs of overdose can help you or a loved one get the necessary medical help before it’s too late. With early intervention and proper medical support, some overdoses can be reversed. However, a variety of factors can impact the outlook of recovery. As a result, getting help for addiction and mental health problems before an overdose can prevent experiencing one in the future.

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