ABOUT RECOVERY RESOURCES OF FLORIDA
Located in Largo, Fla., off the coast of Tampa, Recovery Resources of Florida is one ofcenters in the state that provides outpatient treatment for substance abuse disorders. Despite being run as an outpatient center, Recovery Resources of Florida does offer medically-assisted detoxification as well, a feature of only substance abuse facilities in Florida.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment plans are individualized and, in most cases, do not include the use of prescription narcotics. Following their initial comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, clients typically receive individual and, recovery education, case management, and treatment alternatives for chronic pain.
While Recovery Resources of Florida may utilize Suboxone to help individuals short-term, such as alleviating the discomfort of withdrawal during detoxification, the facility does not consider medication-assisted treatment (MAT) a long-term solution. When necessary, referrals to a higher level of care are provided for individuals who require treatment in a more intensive setting.
Recovery Resources of Florida employs a medical director who specializes in pain management and a family nurse practitioner. Both are board-certified in their respective areas of expertise. In Florida,all substance abuse treatment facilities have continuing education requirements for staff. The sole Best-rehabs.com respondent to date awarded staff level of experience and training four out of five stars.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Awarding the center four and five stars for its holistic opportunities, co-occurring treatment, treatment effectiveness, and more, alum T.M.K. described their decision to enroll here “the best thing” they had ever done. “All staff at one time or another have some experience in addiction,” the former client noted. While they offered a perfect five-star rating for the likelihood they’d recommend the facility to others, the alum offered a lower two-star rating for the level of family participation.
The one review posted to Google reviews to date gave the facility a three out of five-star rating. The individual wrote that the doctor and supportive staff were “always friendly and helpful” but described the receptionist as “heartless.”
There is currently no information provided by the center’s website regarding its treatment costs, though it maintains its outpatient programs are “cost-effective.” The single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com to date gave the center three out five stars for its affordability.