North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center, a drug and alcohol addiction rehab facility that is situated at 22910 SR 56 in Wesley Chapel, Florida, is committed to helping those who are addicted, get the addiction treatment they need. Getting quality care through a professional treatment center can give the patient the confidence that is needed to successfully overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Even if one is experiencing addictive tendencies, it is important that they seek help in order to mitigate the chances of addiction down the road.
Effective treatment for addiction is designed to help the addict overcome their reliance on drugs and alcohol through various multi-step programs. At North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center, staff members and counselors are there to support the patient every step of the way. By providing a solid treatment foundation and framework, patients will have the best possible chance of overcoming their addiction.
The right addiction treatment is intended to relieve the addict of their addiction. Locating the main origin of the addict's desire to continually use and abuse substances of abuse is the key to beating addiction. At North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center, proven treatment programs will allow patients to get an idea of what life is like after overcoming drug abuse. Once treatment is complete, patients are urged to attend relapse prevention programs in order to lessen the likelihood of relapse in the future.
There are many types of different treatment programs for those aged Adults, Seniors or older adults that aim to help patients overcome addiction. Group counseling, 12-step programs, medically assisted detox, and individual counseling are just some of the many styles of treatment that patients may go through while at North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center. The treatment program that is best suited for the patient will be determined after a thorough initial patient evaluation and assessment. The staff members at North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center will also work with the patient's insurance company in order to determine what is covered under their medical plan.
With a personalized treatment program that is designed uniquely for the patient, recovery is attainable. Connect with North Tampa Alcohol Treatment Center by visiting them online at www.northtampabehavioralhealth.com and understand how addiction treatment can enhance the quality of life. Attending a treatment program will allow for a new beginning in life, one that is more fulfilled and content.
I will be forever grateful for this place. This was my stepping stone. I came here a mess. I was afraid , lonely and hurt. I had been through a nervous breakdown and all I wanted to do was nothing. I could barely watch tv without having a anxiety attack. It’s not the cure all center but they give you the resources to slowly recover. Starting from Ms Bobbie in Intake to Kioma doing my intake interview while i was having a Attack and her keeping me calm. I started in php and boy was I terrified to go. Rory and the rest of the staff made me feel comfortable. I then met my big sisters (the nurses& therapist) I love me some resha, Meghan Viv and Shera lol. They are good at what they do. I’m not completely 100% but going from not getting a haircut for two months and laying around having anxiety all day wanting to die in an out hospitals to now wanting to live gives me hope. Everyday wasn’t always a good day. There were days I’d go outside and cry. I’ve even broke down to the therapist. This is not the place for you if you want them to hold your hand and do it all for you. You have to take initiative. I think them for the push. The drivers even have your back here. I remember a day I had anxiety in the van and Ozzy got worried and asked if I needed a ambulance. I’m like no just keep going. It’s the little things that show you they care. You just have to be willing to get uncomfortable and be vulnerable. Plenty days I thought I’d die and I’d run to ms Katie office and she’d look at me like boy your gonna be ok lol. I will always remember you guys and the many people I met (Samantha who works in php,Greg , Deborah , Theresa, Galacia, Joy, Lisa, EA and a bunch of others who pulled me out of my sorrow and refused to let me sink.
This is one of the most clean and efficient behavioral health facilities I have vetted. Their programming is wonderful and their clinical backing is nothing shorter than excellent
Well the admission process took two hours. Some people wait more then 5 hours. Some peoplr even slrpt in the waiting room.They doctor never told me I was getting discharged. Just told the staff. Also I was have a bad reaction to a med. And still suicidal. They said the reason I had to be discharged was because I wouldn't let the doctor put on more medication. Lmfao. They do refuse your meds for like a day or two days that's not a lie. You have to see the psyciasrist/medical doctor first.which can dangerous. Otherwise the staff are nice. Food good.
I was in the C.O.R.E program for 2 months. Changed my life forever. Thank you.
This place changed my life! I went in as an enabler and left as an enlightened, strong and determined mother. NTP saves my family by allowing me to see my weaknesses and strengths. HIGHLY recommended IF you truly want to be helped.
So many bad reviewers clearly don't know what a mental health facility in America (Florida in particular) is. It's not what it should be. People expect to go to these places and get extensive care and therapy and that is just not what is done in this country. What is done is you are stabilized and then told to go home after a week. The GOOD ones have GROUP therapy throughout the day and NTBH has that, they are kind, the food is good, you are not made to do anything you don't want to do, when they wake you they are nice rather than screaming at you like other places that treat their patients like criminals (cough cough grace point). You will not get good mental health care in the United States so take what you get and NTBH is honestly the best facility unless you want to spend 100,000 a day at a place you're required to spend months at. Ya'll asking for too much. Vote for better people for office and maybe we'll get the care we need and stop blaming the messenger.
This place was wonderful I was a patient in this facility and to me it was nice relaxing time to myself to calm down and relax the staff was patient to say the least they were respectful the entire time even when other patients got out of hand. This is a place were the troubled can be helped.
So I answered an add for a drivers position, stating they are in need of drivers cause of the current "growth" in need for workers. Had a face to face interview with the supervisor for the drivers and another (female) supervisor/director who seemed interested in hiring me. Seeing is jobs around here that offer something worth staying in are few, i was pretty happy about it.....was! As I waited after the interview, they mentioned to me there HR department was going to reach me within the week I went to the interview to let me know what they offer; pay, benefits, so forth...that was 2 weeks ago. I know, some hiring processes take a good amount of time. However, i called several times and left 2 separate messages asking if the position is still available with no response. I called a third time and left a message, soon after (while writing this) they called me back. Good right? well, according to them, they never got the massages and the position is still available BUT they will call you back IF you are hired. Which means, if they don't need you, they wont even let you know leaving you "in the dark" and wasting your time waiting for an answer. Of course, this wouldn't be so bad IF they would at least send an e-mail or maybe a letter or something so one could move on. I gave it a 3 star rating because I do not know the inner workings of the company a side from the negative revues, but that is it as far as that goes.
I went there they were great. The staff was great didn't have no problems.
Obviously you're going to end up with a lot of negative reviews when you are an inpatient/outpatient mental health facility. That said, I have overwhelmingly positive things to say about NTBH's outpatient program. I came to its PHP program broken, fragile and at the end of my rope. This was what I felt was my last hope after a year of suffering INTENSE major depression and having battled depression/anxiety for more than 20 years. The people there changed my life. From Tammy at the front desk, who made me feel welcomed and safe from the moment I walked in to Ally and Raveen and Megan and Dr. Hart, I was treated as a PERSON, not a patient file number, not some whacko with a mental illness, but a PERSON who was worthy of being helped. The group sessions were on point and helpful. The one-on-one sessions I had with Ally changed my life. She did more for me in four one-on-one sessions than all the other therapists I've seen for more than two decades. After PHP, I stepped down to IOP, where the focus was more intensive on processing the world around us that we were about to return to. Reisha was amazingly helpful in this, and I felt READY when it came time to graduate. I also was fortunate enough to be a candidate for NTBH's TMS program and received treatment for 36 sessions with Lizzete. She was amazing at making me feel comfortable and caring about my progress. The only area I feel could be improved in this entire outpatient program is a better orientation for new patients on Day One of PHP. It's a very difficult time for the patient in the first place, and there is very little about "What to expect," so you're left to learn about the flow of things from other group members. I would have felt a lot better by having a half hour or less with someone who would tell me "OK, this is what's going to happen on Day 1, this is how lunch is done, this is what a normal day will be like, this is when you'll see Dr. Hart," etc. Overall, NTBH helped give me my life back. They gave me the tools from which I could rebuild myself better than before. That said, from what I saw, you get out of it what you put in. I saw people who didn't appreciate the opportunity and who languished and, not surprisingly, were back in the program again as I finished up my TMS treatments. That's my advice to anyone who takes advantage of this service: Truly take advantage of it! There are great people willing to help you. Let them help you. Pay attention. Participate. Work at it. Work WITH the people who are trying to help you. Use the gym time to unwind... shoot hoops, ride the bikes, walk... don't just sit there. This opportunity could change your life!
Had a friend admired here very nice staff very nice nurses they are helping the best anyone could ever help I Thank these guys for doing such a great job .