Inpatient Rehab and Detox in Tampa, Florida

Tampa Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

The drug epidemic gripping Florida has Tampa in a stranglehold. Officials are continually mounting attacks against an enemy that is ripping families apart. While the nation watched the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s War on Drugs slips by in 2011, policy changes in how pain clinics operated in Florida decreased drug overdose deaths related to oxycodone and similar opioids, according to a 2014 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But for many, the damage was done and those misusing opioid substances relapsed or continued with illegal narcotics like heroin. These people, their families and the community of Tampa, Florida remain affected.

Drug and alcohol addiction ruin the lives of many individuals and families throughout the nation. This is an especially bad problem in the state of Florida, and Tampa is no exception. Not only are people struggling with an addiction to illegal substances like heroin, cocaine and marijuana, but legal substances like alcohol and prescription drugs are also a big issue.

If you are searching for drug addiction treatment in Tampa, you have a number of choices. There are many local rehab centers, detox centers, recovery meetings and medication-assisted treatment options. Neither you nor your loved one needs to continue suffering from addiction to heroin, pain pills or alcohol.

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6000 Lake Ellenor Dr. Orlando, FL 32809
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Tampa, Florida Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehab Centers

Although many in Tampa live with drug and alcohol dependence, many levels of treatment are available both locally and nationally. Even with more than 50 facilities in the Central Florida area alone, it can be difficult to select the best course of action. For some, it’s enough to seek help from an outpatient treatment program. Those severely addicted to heroin may find better resources in drug addiction treatment in Tampa.

Residential Treatment Programs

Residential treatment programs or inpatient treatment programs provide the patient with 24/7 medical care as well as a rehabilitation curriculum that includes group therapy, individual therapy, substance misuse classes, 12-step or alternative recovery programs and other healing activities like yoga, meditation and therapeutic recreation. In an inpatient treatment program, the patient has already been through any necessary detoxification.

Partial Hospitalization Programs

A partial hospitalization program (also referred to sometimes as “dayhab”) involves the same curriculum as an inpatient program (meetings, therapy, classes, medical care, therapeutic recreation, etc.). However, the patient is permitted to go home at the end of the day or to housing that is available on campus.

Outpatient Treatment Programs

An outpatient treatment program offers the most flexibility for patients. This is a good fit for patients who have already successfully completed inpatient treatment and/or partial hospitalization or for patients who have a less severe addiction. The same curriculum of therapy, classes, therapeutic recreation, etc. is offered. This is not a good fit for patients who need to detox unless they are willing to go through an inpatient program first.

Many people choose a national treatment center. Services, including detox, inpatient and outpatient treatment along with partial hospitalization and aftercare planning, are offered at a national treatment facility. Also, the most experienced addiction professionals are on staff to help you through the treatment program.

Detox Centers

Medical detoxification helps remove the chemicals from your system and manage your symptoms of withdrawal. Having medical supervision while you are going through detoxification will help to ensure that your withdrawal symptoms are manageable. You will also not be tempted to relapse as you may if you try to detox on your own.

While detox helps patients cope with the effects of ridding the body of chemicals, an in-depth examination through talk therapy helps uncover issues that might lead to relapse. Many underlying issues affect addiction and without seeking help for the emotional pain continued drug and alcohol use is always a possibility. That’s why aftercare including group meetings and one-on-one counseling is recommended.

While detox centers can be beneficial, many patients choose national treatment centers like The Recovery Village where they will be able to detox and then go into a treatment program. The Recovery Village has a network of treatment centers in Central Florida for convenient location to those in the Tampa area.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Once you have finished your rehabilitation, the work is far from over. One of the most important things to do post-rehab is to find a recovery program that resonates with you. In Tampa, there are a lot of different options for meetings and support groups.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous helps people with addiction to alcohol express their feelings to each other on a regular basis. Community members who are struggling with alcohol addiction lead the groups. Because doctors and trained medical professionals are not part of the equation in AA, people attending meeting should have a strong network of friends and family members. Attending AA meetings is usually recommended for patients leaving inpatient and intensive outpatient programs. If you recently completed alcohol treatment, Tampa offers several AA meetings to help you stay sober.

Saturday Night Fever
Hyde Park Methodist
500 W. Platt St.
Tampa, FL 33606

In the Middle Group
Bayshore Baptist Church
3111 W. Morrison Ave.
Tampa, FL 3362

Our Club
Building Behind Dog Groomer
3218 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33611

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Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous meetings are 12-step program meetings like AA but for drug users. Alcohol users are also welcome to these meetings, as many people in recovery need treatment for both forms of addiction. While it is not as old as AA, NA has been helping those in recovery since 1953. Regardless of where you completed drug treatment, Tampa’s NA meetings can help you stay on the right path, free from drugs.

Salvation Army
1603 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602

Metropolitan Ministries Family Grill
2010 Florida Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602

Rainbow Recovery Club
1501 W. Lemon St.
Tampa, FL 33606

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SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART stands for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery, but the “self” portion doesn’t mean members are by themselves. Rather, this 4-point system of sobriety focuses on empowering the individual. The program offers tools like group meetings. In-person meetings around the world help build a live network of support, but online meetings are also available. An online message board also offers a safe space for discussion and networking. This broad range of resources makes it easier than ever to stay connected to personal care while cultivating meaningful connections with people who can help. Though this form of recovery allows the person to take medication, treatment does not allow abuse of narcotics like heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines or alcohol. The ideology addresses drug abuse as complex maladaptive behaviors with possible physiological factors. If you’re seeking a drug rehab center in Tampa, FL, or an alcohol rehab center in Tampa, FL, that offers these meetings, consider The Recovery Village.

Tampa Wednesday
5109 N. Nebraska Ave.
Tampa, FL 33603

Tampa Crossroads
5109 N. Nebraska Avenue
Tampa, FL 33603

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

These are the sister meetings to NA and AA—created for the friends, family and community members working to recover from a loved one’s addiction. In these meetings, parents and others can talk about how best to help their loved one while maintaining a healthy balance. Membership is free and never politically or religiously affiliated. Addiction is known to tear families apart and the people meeting in Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings are trying to piece their lives back together.

Monday AM Discussion
The Club
3333 W. Columbus Dr.
Tampa, FL 33607

Village AFG
Lake Magdalene Methodist
2902 West Fletcher Ave. 3rd FLOOR
Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa Newcomers
Christ the King Catholic Church
821 S. Dale Mabry
Tampa, Florida 33614

While Tampa is filled with treatment options in the form of doctors, therapists and treatment centers, people trying to withdraw and recover from chemical addition may benefit from a resource away from home. You might find a better option (other than alcohol or drug rehab in Tampa, Florida) to meet your needs. Those who are looking for alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Tampa, Florida should also consult surrounding communities.

Addiction Resources in Nearby Florida Cities

For those who are seeking alcohol and drug treatment facilities outside of Tampa, Florida, there are also many drug rehab resources across the state of Florida: