Redefining Addiction Treatment In Tampa Bay
With a combined 60 years of experience, our distinguished addiction treatment programs near Tampa Bay offer a thriving start to your or your loved ones’ recovery journey.
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IOP helps clients navigate the early days of recovery by using several types of therapy over a few days per week. We offer a virtual IOP for those that can’t attend in person.
Outpatient rehab is a level of treatment for addiction that does not have a mandatory residential component.
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Tampa Bay Recovery Center is located just minutes from scenic ocean views, delicious restaurants, and beautiful state parks.
Our facility is equipped with cozy furnishings, and luxury amenities, and has spacious areas where we provide family therapy, group therapy, MAT, red light therapy, and more.
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Alcohol + Drug Addiction Treatment in Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay Recovery Center is a Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient Program, and Outpatient alcohol and drug addiction treatment in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the coastline near Tampa Bay.
We believe recovery from substance use disorders requires a mind, body, and spirit approach. Our comprehensive and structured programming change the scope of treatment by helping individuals integrate back into society with flexibility and accountability during the program.
Our dedicated clinical staff gives individuals the tools needed to live a productive life with compassion and understanding with one-on-one attention and specialized treatment programming.
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Tampa Bay Recovery Center prides itself on being a true dual diagnosis treatment center in the Tampa area. In addition to alcohol rehab, we offer effective drug rehab, specializing in prescription drugs, cocaine addiction, Xanax addiction, Adderall addiction, kratom addiction and others.
We offer family therapy as part of our treatment program. In addition, we have a family-specific group that allows family members to learn about addiction and process their own feelings surrounding substance use disorder.
Depending on the health insurance, it may be able to cover nearly most of the costs of treatment. Our team can provide you with a verification of benefits to determine what insurance will cover the cost of. Verify your insurance now.
Depending on what program you enter into, your day at our addiction treatment center in Tampa can look different.
For those entering our Partial Hospitalization Program, treatment begins at 9:30 AM, and ends around 3:30 PM. During that time, you’ll be expected to partake in group therapy, experiential therapy, individual therapy, sessions with our medical staff, holistic therapy, red light therapy Medication-Assisted Treatment and more. You’ll also have about an hour and a half lunch break between to split up the day.
If you’re entering our Tampa Intensive Outpatient Program, you’ll begin your day around 9:30 AM and end at 12:30 PM. During that time, you’ll partake in group therapy involving psycho-education, and a process group to connect with others, learn new coping skills, and develop a solid foundation for recovery.
Inpatient treatment programs offer round-the-clock care. Typically in a residential treatment settings are in a controlled environment so staff can address substance abuse, mental health issues, and medical care with 24-hour support.
Outpatient rehab offers more flexibility during treatment where client’s can either live from home or off-site in a structured sober living environment. Outpatient treatment is specifically designed for those who have completed residential treatment or for those who are stable enough to live from home.
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