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12012 Boyette Road Riverview, FL 33569
(888) 448-6450
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When it comes to your treatment, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands at River Oaks. At our Tampa metro area rehab facility, we dedicate ourselves each and every day to providing the best possible treatment to your or your loved one. As an American Addiction Centers (AAC) treatment facility, we have access to some of the most experienced professionals in the industry who have been working to advance addiction treatment for years and who meet regularly to discuss the newest research and to continuously improve patient care.
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I had no idea what to expect going to a treatment center. I have absolutely NOTHING but wonderful things to say about River Oaks. You get out what you put in!!! And I got A LOT out of my time there. Each class during the day you have a different therapist... and they all have their own personalities, ways to teaching and it is incredible. I looked forward to each day I was there. I have to give a few of my favorites a note of excellence!! The kitchen does an amazing job! and even take requests! My only advice is to pack all black!!! The laundry team does their best with what they are dealing with ... the quantity of laundry. River Oaks helped me change me and my life. I am still working with the facility on CIOP and it is fantastic!! I am not sure what their interviewing process is but they are doing something right!!
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4110 David Road Extension Hollywood, FL 33024
(888) 910-0528
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At Recovery First near Fort Lauderdale, we know that no two people are the same when it comes to recovery. Our goal is to offer you freedom from your addiction through a personalized continuum of care tailored to fit your treatment wants and needs. The decision to seek recovery is a turning point in your life, and often an overwhelming one. The professionals at Recovery First can reduce this burden, allowing you to relax and focus solely on your recovery journey.
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The best treatment I’ve ever received out of 5 facilities- definitely the best.
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River Oaks Outpatient Treatment
12018 Boyette Rd Riverview, FL 33569
- 30 Miles Away
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At River Oaks, we have several different types of outpatient programs designed to meet the individual needs of each patient. Outpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs may be ideal for people who don’t have serious co-occurring disorders that would necessitate 24-hour supervision and for those who either don’t need medical detox or have completed it already.
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405 7th Ave. SW Largo, FL 33770
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New Season Treatment Center - Bay Area
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ANR® Clinic - Advanced Opioid Treatment Center

ANR was a lifesaver. After back surgery I was on pain pills for 5 years and then switched to suboxone for the past 12 years. I could not get off the suboxone on my own, tried several times. After the procedure I had no cravings for suboxone at all. I feel like a new person. Kristi & Robert were great in explaining the whole procedure to me and were very helpful getting the process started. Dr Waismann, Dr Kabemba, Kristi, Robert, Carlos and the whole nursing team were truly angels and lifesavers. They truly care about the people they are treating and do everything in their power to make this a comfortable and successful procedure. Robert has also been great in providing aftercare support. Would highly recommend ANR to anyone who is suffering from opiate addiction.

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Ambrosia Treatment Center

Excellent treatment center. Gave me all the tools and knowledge I need to stay sober.

- Amir
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Above All Recovery Center

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Seminole, FL

Originally settled by the Seminole tribe,1 the city of Seminole in Pinellas County is known for its beautiful parks.2 The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail travels through Seminole’s City Park as it connects Tarpon Springs to St. Petersburg.3

The city of Seminole shouldn’t be confused with Seminole County, which is in the center of Florida near Orlando.

Over 19,360 residents live in Seminole,4 and some of those residents struggle to overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol. To address the Seminole area’s growing drug and alcohol addiction issues, Pinellas County officials collaborated with the surrounding counties of Pasco, Polk, and Hillsborough to create All4HealthFL.5 The mission of All4HealthFL is to reduce substance abuse and improve mental health for adults and youth in the 4 counties.5

Drug overdoses in Pinellas County dramatically increased between 2015 and 2020, and over 6,500 overdoses were reported during that period.6 In 2020, 546 Pinellas County residents died from a drug overdose.6

The potent synthetic opioid fentanyl has contributed to the increase in overdose fatalities, officials say.6 Fentanyl is significantly more potent than drugs like heroin and morphine.7

In 2021, Pinellas County officials approved a $2 million federal grant to help prevent deaths due to opioid overdoses.8 The grant money was used to provide emergency response teams with extra resources for dealing with overdose patients and increase the distribution of overdose reversal medications such as Narcan.8

Although binge drinking is also a problem in Seminole, the number of Seminole adults who admit to binge drinking in the city is below the county.9 In Seminole, 16.5% of adults say they binge drink compared to almost 18% in Pinellas County.9 Binge drinking is defined by the CDC as having 5 or more drinks for men and 4 or more drinks for women during one occasion.10

Seminole, FL Detox and Rehab Availability

There are 45 treatment and rehabilitation facilities within 25 miles of Seminole to help you or a loved one overcome a substance use disorder.11 The Seminole area have the following treatment centers available:

There are also 26 facilities in the Seminole area that offer treatment for a dual diagnosis of substance use disorder and mental health disorder.11

There are 712 treatment facilities in Florida serving 45,620 clients.12 The majority of these treatment options are outpatient treatment centers, of which Florida has 587.12 There are also 80 detox facilities and 215 residential, inpatient facilities within the state.12

Seminole, FL Drug and Alcohol Support Groups

Support groups can help you on your road to recovery from addiction. According to the Pinellas County Intergroup website, 3 Alcoholics Anonymous groups meet in Seminole.

The Bay Area Narcotic Anonymous website has information on NA meetings in and around Seminole and the rest of Pinellas County.

Sources:

  1. The Evening Independent. (1966, July 30). Seminole Area sketchy but booming.
  2. Family Destinations Guide website. (2022, February 22). 10 best things to do in Seminole, FL (for 2022).
  3. Pinellas County website. (n.d.). Park & conservation resources – Pinellas County trail guide.
  4. U.S. Census Bureau. (2020). Seminole Dity, Florida.
  5. All4HealthFL., (n.d.). All4HealthFL:: about us.
  6. Tampa Bay Times. (2021, December 30). Pinellas County drug overdoses likely climbed in 2021.
  7. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. (n.d.). Fentanyl.
  8. Tampa Bay Times. (2021, October 13). Pinellas Commission approves $2 million to fight opioid fatalities.
  9. All4HealthFL., (2019). Adults who binge drink.
  10. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2020, August 24). Binge drinking.
  11. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (n.d). FindTreatment.gov.
  12. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2020). National survey of substance abuse treatment services (N-SSATS): data on substance abuse treatment facilities.