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Tampa rehabs are the perfect solution if you or someone you love is in need of drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Florida state. Whether you are just exploring Tampa rehab options, would like to verify whether insurance can cover all or part of the cost of rehab, or just have questions, let American Addiction Centers be your first stop on the road to long-term addiction recovery.

Where is Treatment Located in Tampa?

There are several rehab centers in Tampa, Florida. You can find a drug addiction treatment center within the metropolitan city of Tampa or the Tampa Bay Area in general. AAC’s River Oaks Treatment Center is conveniently located at 12012 Boyette Rd. in Tampa. Situated in a quiet area but close to shopping and highways, River Oaks is an ideal place to begin drug rehab in Tampa, FL.

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picture of River Oaks in Tampa, Florida River Oaks sits on a 26-acre plot of secluded land in Tampa, Florida. River Oaks offers drug and addiction treatment services including detox, long term rehab or residential treatment, partial hospitalization program, and other outpatient programs to those suffering from addiction and other co-occurring disorders. Just a 24 minute drive from downtown Tampa, River Oaks is an ideal place to recover and connect with sober peers, and patients can choose from various evidence-based addiction therapies to suit their personalized needs and goals.

Address: 12012 Boyette Road Riverview, FL 33569

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What is the Cost of Rehab in Tampa?

The cost of drug rehab in Tampa varies between addiction centers, clients, and services, but you can count on most treatment centers in Tampa to accept some form of private or state-funded insurance.

Florida has 726 substance abuse treatment centers, and 71.8 % accept private health insurance. There are 25.5 % that accept Medicare, and 38.4 % accept Medicaid. Even if you don’t have any insurance, 61.6 % of drug rehabs in Florida will work out a sliding fee scale, and 38.8 % may provide treatment at no charge or only charge a small fee.3

AAC’s River Oaks Treatment Center works with many well-known private insurance providers, such as Cigna, Aetna, Kaiser Permanente, and United Healthcare.

At American Addiction Centers in Tampa, Florida, you have several payment and insurance options. River Oaks Treatment Center in Tampa accepts various private insurance plans. We are also in-network with well-known insurance companies such as Anthem, Humana, Kaiser Permanente, and United Health. If you don’t happen to have insurance, AAC offers various other payment plan options to those interested in attending treatment at any of our facilities. Consider exploring the possibility of state funded drug rehab programs, free rehab options, and free drug detox options.

Do Rehab Centers in Florida Treat Alcohol and Drug Addiction?

Yes, drug treatment centers in Tampa treat most substance use disorders and are generally equipped to manage addiction to all types of drugs. While some treatment centers focus on treating populations with a particular type of addiction, you can generally count on most rehabs treating whatever substances you are struggling with.

River Oaks treatment center in Tampa helps patients recover from a variety of drug and alcohol abuse issues along with any pertinent co-occurring mental health conditions. This way, patients can get the help they need for their substance abuse issues while also addressing any underlying mental health issues that may act as catalysts in sustaining their addiction.

Other Ways to Get Help & Florida Rehab Resources

Reach out for additional help by connecting with any of the resources below. Some of these may not apply to you, so choose the ones that are best suited for your situation:

Not sure if you need rehab? Take our self-assessment today.

Common Tampa Rehab & Addiction Statistics

Located on the West Coast of Florida, the Tampa bay area is a booming metropolitan region known for its tourist attractions, gorgeous gulf coast beaches, and increasing population.1 During the COVID-19 pandemic, Florida saw a striking 70% rise in drug overdose deaths.2 To accommodate those with substance use disorders, Tampa, FL has a surplus of drug rehab centers equipped to treat addiction.

  • 326,000 people age 12 and older used an illicit drug in the past year in the Tampa area.4
    • Among drug users, 10.1% reported using marijuana.4
    • The rate of prescription painkiller misuse was 4.6%.4
  • The number of total admissions in Florida for drug use was 30,104 in 2015.5
  • Opiates, which include heroin, were the reason for most admissions to Florida rehabs in 2015, with 10,245 people being admitted.5
  • 8,145 people were admitted due to alcohol abuse in 2015.5
  • Marijuana made up 4,551 admissions to Florida drug treatment centers.5
  • Admissions for cocaine use were 1,676.5

Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab or Detox in Tampa, Florida

American Addiction Centers boasts two Florida rehab centers: Recovery First and River Oaks Treatment Center. To find out more about these addiction treatment programs in Florida, or to access other free resources, be sure to call our admissions navigators today.

FAQ About Drug & Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Florida

Sources:

  1. (2021). Tampa, Florida.
  2. Santich, Kate. (2020). Central Florida drug OD deaths up 70% during COVID, report shows. Orlando Sentinel.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2018). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). The NSDUH report.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSA), Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality. (2017). Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS): 2005-2015. State Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
  6. Florida Health. (2020). Florida drug overdose surveillance and epidemiology (FL-DOSE).
Last Updated on November 11, 2021
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Sherilyn Moore, B.A.
Sherilyn Moore, B.A.
Sherilyn Moore is a freelance writer with over 10 years of experience. She has dual bachelor’s degrees in English and Communications and an Inbound Marketing Certificate from HubSpot Academy. She has written for a wide variety of industries, including hundreds of articles in the field of substance abuse. Sherilyn stays up-to-date in the world of […]
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