Zinnia Health Miami

Opioid Treatment Program, Treatment Center

Located in sunny North Miami, Florida, Zinnia Health Miami offers addiction and dual-diagnosis treatment programs for adults. All levels of care are covered from detox to outpatient making it easy for clients to continue their treatment in a familiar and supportive environment. Our facility accepts many HMO and in-network-only policies, making it accessible to many. We offer both medication-assisted treatment and LGBTQ+ friendly addiction treatment.

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9198 NW 8th Avenue
Miami-Dade County
33150, United States
  • 76 Beds
  • Clinical Detox
  • Treatment Duration
    1 - 12+ weeks
  • Age Group
    18 - 99 years

Payment Options

  • No Medicaid
  • No Medicare
  • Private Insurance
  • Self-Pay

Treatments Offered

  • 12 Steps
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety Treatment
  • Art Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Evidence-Based Treatment (EBT)
  • Pain Management
  • PTSD and Trauma Therapy
  • Yoga

Patient Population

  • Adults

Extra Services

  • Aftercare/ Continuing Care
  • Alumni Groups
  • Career Counseling
  • Discharge Planning
  • Gourmet Food
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Substance Abuse Education



Accepted Insurances Include

Humana Anthem Magellan Behavioral Health Centene Corporation Beacon Health Options New Directions ACPN BlueCross BlueShield BlueShield BayCare Health System Citrus Health Network

More about Zinnia Health Miami

Welcome to Miami. Our 30,000-square-foot upscale outdoor lounge area and privately enclosed facility will ensure you remain happy, safe, and healthy as you navigate addiction treatment and recovery. We support individuals from all walks of life, with LGBTQ+ friendly addiction programs. Medication-assisted treatment, while not a preferred solution for all, is offered at our facility after meeting with a provider. Individual treatment planning is arranged for every client, ensuring that all your specific needs are met. Catered meals are provided for all levels of care.

  1. Medication-assisted treatment
  2. In-network insurance options
  3. LGBTQ+ friendly

Medication-assisted treatment

Aside from and typically following detox, many patients benefit from medication in conjunction with therapy to help control cravings and prevent relapse. This is called Medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Suboxone, Sublocade, Naltrexone, Antabuse, and others may be prescribed to our patients while finding their path to recovery.

In-network insurance options

Zinnia Health Miami provides in-network insurance options to members with Blue Cross Blue Shield, New Directions, Centene, Sunshine, Humana, Magellan Health, Beacon Health Options, Beacon Strategies, BayCare Health System, America’s Choice Provider Network, and Citrus Health Network.

LGBTQ+ friendly

Members of the LGBTQ+ community face specific traumas and barriers to treatment that are best approached in a safe and supportive environment, like Zinnia Health Miami.

Admissions Process

The first step to recovering from your addiction is to reach out to a treatment specialist. In this phone call, they will gather a little information about you and answer any questions you have about the facility.

From there, you will speak to an intake coordinator to perform an intake assessment. This process helps determine which treatment program would work best for you and if you need additional treatment for co-occurring conditions.

The last step is the first step to your recovery — and that is coming to the clinic to begin your journey.

Treatment and Philosophy

We believe you’ll feel right at home during your stay. We’ve designed our facility to be as inviting as possible. With a serene and spacious 30,000 square foot outdoor area, you’ll be able to spend some time relaxing and enjoying the Florida sun.

Zinnia Health Miami Reviews

Review this Center
11 months ago

The pictures of the place are not real some of the staff is great there but there hands are tied from management. Food is not gourmet far from it. Never have enough towels, pillows, cups to drink with or bedding. Went there with my own medications but they only used their own. Way over-priced for what you get. Will be in touch with my insurance company to let them know what happened. Also told me that they will get me home the same way they got me there - not true, they got me to the airport and said I would have to get myself home, 2 hours away.

Clinical Care
Range of services
How much did you pay? <$5k
How did you pay? PPO Insurance
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