Orlando Recovery Center

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6000 Lake Ellenor Dr.
Orlando, FL 32809
4076135558 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Committing to rehab is tough, that’s why we’re committed to keeping you as comfortable as possible. We’re focused on giving you the best possible environment for healing. In addition to yoga, volleyball, and various other amenities Orlando Recovery Center offers complimentary 24-hour chauffeur pick-up service within the state of Florida.

Orlando Recovery Center Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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I had a wonderful stay the staff was very nice and help


Not too fancy and elite, not the bottom. Better side of medium.


Great staff and good environment

Alex Wi

My life has been forever changed about to experience I've Orlando recovery in Orlando Florida the staff really touch me with their heartfelt goddard's the leadership the stern but fair disposition and...

Dylan r

After doing 32 days and being prescribed 300 Bg of seriquil from not even a real doctor only nurse practioners I was told even with my court date coming up my day would not be approved due to the huge...

Jeff w

I have to say one tech was a great help.. I needed a jump and gas. He jumped my battery and ask me to follow him to the gas station.. He was always helpful and made my stay A lot more comfortable..


This was absolutely the best choice I could have ever.Coming to Orlando Recovery Center lived up to every expectation I could have hoped for!

Josh s

The techs have been extremely vital to my recovery and for as the therapist and select staff were the most influenceal people that made my stay very welcome. Thank you for changing my life.


Everyone here is amazing , the staff does everything they can to make your stay amazing . I love everything about the place. Everything is good here I would suggest anyone to come here it really helpe...


This place was good but they take us out of group to have theropy group


The staff at ORC in Orlando Florida was very instrumental in my recovery process. A Big thank you to select staff for always being their whenever I needed any help. I recommend ORC to anyone that want...


The facility is dark and uninviting when you first walk in the "intake" area. The staff appeared unorganized. When I arrived, the call center had to call the facility for me to gain entry into the bui...


I had a great experience at Orlando Recovery Center! I Loved the groups, my therapist was awesome, food eh not so much but there was always yogurt available and fresh fruit available! I was ready and ...


The place s a complete disaster, the staff have no control, some of the clients do and say what they want and the staff that try and help gets the bad end of the deal, the program lacks leadership, Al...


I am currently staying at ORC. I’m on a family outing today and got my cell phone to write this review. I made sure to ask them to have my phone and drivers liscense on thursday. When my loved ones ...


This place is truly amazing, saved my life!


I was there 6 months ago and it was dreadful. I went on my own accord with no legal issues, drugs or arrests etc. I was treated like a convict with no respect, and after 30 days was told I could not l...


Went to this rehab and it really helped me out. Staff was friendly and my room was really comfortable. I'm very happy that I went here. I fell so much better now and have kept sober!


Firstly the cost is astronomical! Who could ever afford it without insurance? I had a loved one stay at ORC and it hasn't even been a whole month and the tally is already $48,500!!! Now I would unders...


I recently left ORC and despite my reservations and first impression of the place, I gave it a chance. I noticed many things wrong with ORC. The first is the attitude of the staff. The staff at ORC ha...


ORC “The Good the Bad and the Ugly” by Mark GOOD FOOD - It was always a gamble, by this I mean the good aspect was there was always yogurt and salad as an option if the main meal stunk. Th...


Great place to become a better person.


Great place, even better people. This place saved my life. Do yourself a favor and go there!!


Highly recommend!! Great staff and facility ! Best therapy around ! Thank you ORC


I was a client at ORC this past month. I was there a couple of weeks and decided it wasn’t the right fit for me. ORC is not very organized or structured as far as the programming and medication time...


My therapist was excellent. The groups were excellent. The management was poor at best. I liken it to war. Staying at that facility was like fighting in the trenches.. if you\'ve never been there,...


ORC seems nice and cool at first but once your in there it\'\'s a mad house. There are people there trying to date, several arguments daily, and the noise is a distraction. The nursing staff is horrib...


I have never written such an extensive review of a business before now, but there is a serious dearth of information on Orlando Recovery Center, and I feel strongly that this facility and its parent c...

Areas of Focus
Medical Detoxification

Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Key Staff Members
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    Cortina Peters - Clinical Director

    Cortina Peters, Clinical Director for Orlando Recovery Center, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Professional counselor, Certified Life Coach, Registered National Addictions Professional, and an AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator. Ms. Peters completed both her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and her Bachelor’s in Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. Ms. Peters started her career in the field of sexual health education and overall wellness over 15 years ago. Ms. Peters has been providing professional counseling services since 2008. Some of the past employers include (CAP) The comprehensive Aids Program and Planned Parenthood of South Florida. In 2009 Ms. Peters was appointed Director of Training and Clinical Operations for 3rd Step Wellness Group, Inc. overseeing 2 programs in 3 counties. Following that, Ms. Peters decided to take a position as Regional Director for Memory Training Centers of America the largest national provider providing memory training services to individuals with mild to moderate memory impairment. Ms. Peters oversaw the entire Florida division. From 2010 to 2014 Ms. Peters was an adjunct professor for South University teaching in the Undergrad Psychology Department. Through her consulting firm that she owns and operates, Ms. Peters has helped with the startup of numerous Substance abuse facilities in South Florida. Because of her dedication to the field and passion to help individuals in need, for two years she provided pro bono services to individuals without insurance who were living in halfway houses. Ms. Peters is an active member of FMHCA where she sits on several committees. Since 2010, Ms. Peters has focused all of her attentions and efforts to the field of addiction and recovery. Specialty areas of Ms. Peters include but are not limited to Addiction, Relationship issues, sexuality and intimacy issues, and mood disorders. Empowering individuals to become and be better individuals is a passion of Ms. Peters. This passion was the spring board that caused her to launch Boundless Living Coaching, Counseling, & Consulting a counseling firm aimed at helping individual live to their optimum potential.

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    Dr. Timothy Huckaby - Medical Director

    Dr. Huckaby, is a clinical expert, and a triple board certified physician in Pain Medicine, Addiction Medicine and Anesthesiology. A graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Dr. Huckaby completed his residency in anesthesiology at LSU and received additional training at Brigham and Women's, Harvard Medical School, prior to completing his addiction medicine fellowship at the University of Florida. While at UF, he also earned his certification in Transcranial Magnetic Brain Stimulation and accepted a position as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Florida where he treated patients for chemical dependency detoxification, and pain disorders. Shortly thereafter, he became the Director of Addiction and Pain Medicine, and director of the intensive outpatient chemical dependency treatment program at the UF Health Florida Recovery Center at Orlando Health. Dr. Huckaby has been the chairman of committees for the International Doctors of Alcoholics Anonymous, and starting June 2015 will serve as President of the Florida Society of Addiction Medicine. He is the author of multiple chapters in textbooks and training manuals in addition to peer reviewed scientific papers, abstracts, and practice guidelines. Additional career highlights prior to specializing in addiction medicine include being named Chief Resident at LSU, Chief Fellow in obstetric anesthesiology at Brigham and Women's, Director of Obstetric Anesthesiology at the Ochsner Foundation Hospital of New Orleans, and Director of Obstetric Anesthesiology at Arnold Palmer Children and Women's Hospital in Orlando.