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The Recovery Village Drug And Alcohol Rehab

633 Umatilla Blvd., Umatilla, Florida, 32784
At The Recovery Village, our goal is to offer compassionate, evidence-based care to every patient we serve while providing them with the tools they need to heal and begin a life-long recovery journey.

Facility Highlights

  • Individualized Care
  • Location


  • Residential Treatment

    Clients receive individualized care in a luxurious residential facility for maximum comfort during recovery. Program offerings provided include 24-hour supervision, medication management, recreational therapy, yoga classes, individual counseling, group therapy, and more.
  • Aftercare Planning

    The Recovery Village’s aftercare planning program enables clients to establish effective strategies for relapse prevention prior to discharge. Clients identify meaningful coping skills and support systems to ensure long-lasting sobriety upon the completion of treatment.

Facility Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Dr. Jeffrey Weinheimer
    Dr. Jeffrey WeinheimerMedical Director
    For over a decade, Dr. Jeffrey Weinheimer has forged an impactful career in the public health field. A University of Alabama graduate, Dr. Weinheimer served in a diverse range of roles including chief resident during his hospital-based residency and lead investigator while obtaining a Master’s of Public Health in Epidemiology, before becoming the medical director of The Recovery Village Umatilla. As medical director of The Recovery Village Umatilla, Dr. Jeffrey Weinheimer oversees every aspect of client care. This includes forming direct relationships with clients and their care plans, using his clinical experience and support to facilitate the most effective, personalized treatment possible. He is key to all managerial leadership, medical decision-making and medical education at the center.
  • Jodi Russo
    Jodi RussoExecutive Director
    Jodi is a graduate of Allegheny County College and the University of Phoenix, with degrees in psychology, human service management and phlebotomy. With nearly 20 years of experience within the behavioral healthcare field, her true passion lies in the treatment of addiction. She knew early in her career that she would devote her life and professional skills to helping those battling this disease. Jodi ensures that the daily operations of The Recovery Village Umatilla are managed at the highest level of quality patient care and in compliance with standards established by The Joint Commission. She also provides leadership and guidance to the clinical team while ensuring a workplace that provides clients with effective treatment in the most nurturing of environments.

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
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I had a wonderful stay. Learn alot gonna use the tools every day. They are so nice.I want to thank these lovely Bht Trina ,Aj,Ryan,John,Sharon Nurses, Wndy,Sheri,Tom,Lauren, Dave,Amanda. They where extra special to my recovery
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Thanks to everyone who helped me through this tough time in my life. The techs that helped me Trina patrice the nurse staff Teri and Tom found my detox was not tapered enough and helped with that doctor v also my therapist Toni. And the community.
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Not a facility you should send a love one or seek help for yourself. No counseling from therapist and classes are ran by patients. Facility is filthy and very dated with no refurbishment in at least 2 decades. Furniture is ripped with holes and overall just disgusting. Patients mentioned State facilities better! If you have insurance do not spend your time in this militant institution. You will have wasted a benefit with absolutely no help! I’m informing my insurance company to frequent the facility more often and to drop them as a in-network option. Don’t make the mistake I did and find how difficult they make it to leave supposedly at your own will!
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This facility only worsened my boyfriend's meth addiction. This place provided a network of other addicts for him to feed off of. Unprofessional staff who fostered an environment where he could get away with anything. He left, relapsed, went back, relapsed. Yes, relapse is part of recovery. But this facility made no effort to see a man who was clearly struggling with more than addiction. They released him when he was not ready. If you have the financial means SEND YOUR LOVED ONE ELSEWHERE. This is purely our experience with this facility. None of these statements are untrue or fraudulent. Just want to advise others to act quickly and find EFFECTIVE treatment!
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They helped my daughter get over her heroin addiction. But after two weeks they tied to claim she had an eating disorder and literally made her leave to another facility. One week at home she had gained 7 pounds. Not a mystery I just fed her bacon and eggs . Now, 8 months later things are going well she never had any eating disorder. lots of opportunity for more counseling was lost. Almost impossible to get a hold of anyone in the billing department if they owe you any refund but they are Johnny on the spot if they need your money. It took me three weeks of calling every day before someone returned my constant voice mails.