UF Health Florida Recovery Center (FRC) is the state of Florida's premiere addiction treatment program located at the University of Florida. Affiliated with the University of Florida Department of Psychiatry, our multi-disciplinary treatments are supported by advanced research from stellar facilities such as University of Florida's McKnight Brain Institute, where we are uncovering the mechanisms of addiction and developing new treatments.
The Baker Act is a Florida law that enables families and loved ones to provide emergency mental health services and temporary detention for people who are impaired because of their mental illness, and who are unable to determine their needs for treatment. Read more about the Baker Act process.
The Marchman Act is a Florida law that enables families and loved ones to provide emergency substance abuse services and temporary detention for people who are impaired because of their substance abuse, and who are unable to determine their needs for treatment. People who require the use of the Marchman Act have often lost the power of self-control, and they are likely to inflict harm to themselves or others. Learn more about the Marchman Act.
Conditions & Services
- Alcohol rehabilitation
- Alcohol withdrawal
- Alcoholism and alcohol abuse
- Barbiturate intoxication and overdose
- Cocaine intoxication
- Cocaine withdrawal
- Diet and substance abuse recovery
- Drug abuse
- Drug dependence
- Drug rehabilitation
- Marijuana intoxication
- Nicotine and tobacco
- Opiate withdrawal
- Opioid intoxication
To obtain a copy of your medical records from UF Health Florida Recovery Center, please contact 352-265-5500.
Pay your bill
If you have questions or wish to pay in person, please consult our billing section.
Shands hospitals and UF Physician practices accept insurance from numerous providers, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, CIGNA, Humana, Capital Health, United Healthcare, Medicaid, and state and government services. For a full list of accepted plans visit our Insurance / Billing page.
Insurance acceptance varies between physicians and locations and is subject to change. To confirm that a specific physician will accept your insurance, please contact the practice using the telephone numbers listed at the top of the page. A representative will be happy to assist you.
UF Health is tobacco-free
Help us maintain our strong commitment to patients and to promoting good health in our communities: please don't smoke, chew tobacco or use electronic cigarettes on UF Health-owned or -operated properties. Thank you.