Our Alcohol and Drug Rehab Riverview, FL

Are you searching for Florida drug and alcohol treatment centers? Don’t look any further than River Oaks for rehab in Riverview, Florida. Our sprawling rehab campus, in Hillsborough county just outside of Tampa, offers the very best in substance abuse and mental health care, support and education. We offer a wide range of evidence-based addiction treatment services for those seeking drug rehab and alcohol treatment, including inpatient rehab.

Programs & Therapies at River Oaks Near Tampa

Programs & Therapies at River Oaks Near Tampa

Regain your purpose with addiction treatment at River Oaks just outside Tampa, Florida. You’ll experience personalized, evidence-based substance use treatment catered to your needs. Discover our wide range of addiction treatment services available at our rehab facility in Hillsborough county near you.

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River Oaks is a beautiful, calming environment for your substance use treatment and therapy.

Address: 12012 Boyette Rd, Riverview, FL 33569

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When you – or your loved one – arrives, you’ll find a team of compassionate caregivers who will offer an onsite drug and alcohol intake assessment before starting treatment. You’ll also find camaraderie with other people at River Oaks Treatment Center who have committed to changing their lives, too.

Most insurance providers are required to offer some form of coverage for rehab. Take the next step by entering your information below to see what your plan covers and learn how to use insurance to pay for rehab.

We’ll be able to tell you if your provider is in network with River Oaks and all American Addiction Centers locations. This means your treatment may be FREE1 depending on your policy, copay, and deductible.

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8,000+
Patients Treated
30+
Patient Advocates
25+
Registered Nurses
10+
Certified Counselors
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We guarantee you’ll stay clean and sober if you successfully complete our 90-day program, or you can return for a complimentary 30 days of treatment.
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It’s a place that cares

When I arrived at the place, I felt like I was going to be okay… This place is dual-diagnosis so its not only drugs or alcohol but also depression or something else. I wanted to be treated… I feel really good now.

This place saved my life

I was sick & tired of hurting my family. I was in denial big time… Finally I’m going uphill … Its the best decision of my life.

I’m building a foundation

I’m 58 years old… Don’t take as long as I did to do this. Please… If you need a treatment facility. If you need someplace to go, call American Addiction Centers. They can help because they know the way home.

Physically & mentally, I feel stronger.

I got tired of seeing everyone smiling and being happy… asking myself “what are they so happy about?”. I want to feel that… It has changed my life. In some ways, it's saved me from me.

I don’t want to be the person I was

I have got to fix me so I don’t drink and go back to old behavior. That is what I learned here. How to fix my behavior, how to deal with life… I’m confident about going home.

I understand why I have a problem

Any problem that I’ve ever had, drinking was involved… They give you the tools or help the build foundation to be successful when you leave.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of addiction do you treat at River Oaks?
At River Oaks in Florida, we treat various types of addiction. Some of the most common addictions treated at our drug and alcohol rehab include:
How long are inpatient rehab programs at River Oaks?
The length of stay in inpatient rehab programs at River Oaks varies depending on each person’s needs. Our clinical team will work with you to determine the ideal length of treatment. There is no set length of time and patients may stay for a:
Does inpatient rehab treat co-occurring disorders as well as addiction?
Yes, inpatient rehab at our Florida addiction treatment center treats co-occurring disorders as well as addiction. We customize your treatment plan and use techniques that address both the mental health disorder and the substance use disorder simultaneously. We specialize in integrated treatment of co-occurring disorders such as:
How do I get to the inpatient rehab facility?
To get to the River Oaks inpatient rehab facility, you can use public or private transportation. Our addiction treatment facility is located in Riverview, Florida, which is less than 30 miles away from Tampa International Airport (TPA). Helpful admissions navigators are available to arrange your travel to treatment—this includes booking airfare and scheduling ground transportation. We also offer sober escorts for door-to-door supervision and monitoring during travel to River Oaks.
Does River Oaks also provide outpatient addiction treatment and sober living?
River Oaks also provides outpatient addiction treatment and sober living is available at other American Addiction Centers rehab facilities. Our outpatient drug and alcohol rehab near Tampa offers partial hospitalization programs as well as intensive outpatient programs. For patients who may need other levels of addiction treatment, we also offer medical detox and inpatient addiction treatment.
How do I get admitted to rehab for drugs or alcohol?
Getting admitted to River Oaks rehab for drugs and alcohol is a quick and easy process. Our compassionate admissions navigators are available 24/7 to learn more about you and your treatment needs and help you verify your insurance coverage for rehab. Simply call or check your coverage with our . We’ll help you get admitted today.
Is smoking allowed?
You'll find that all of American Addiction Centers' facilities allow smoking in designated smoking areas. You can bring cigarettes with you to treatment, but they will need to be in packaging that has not been opened or tampered with. You're also allowed to receive cigarettes through the mail from friends or family members, however these must also be factory sealed. For more information, ask staff at the facility for the rules when you check in to treatment.
Do you accept pregnant women?
River Oaks does accept women who are pregnant: They must be medically stable to attend treatment at our Florida rehab facility. However, the decision to accept a pregnant person is at the discretion of the medical professionals at the facility.
Will someone pick me up from home, the airport or bus station?
Yes, someone from River Oaks can transport you to our facility from the Tampa Intl. or St. Pete-Clearwater airport, or anywhere in Hillsborough County. This rehab transportation service is available for inpatient rehab services and some outpatient services. You'll need to work out your travel plans, specifically your arrival times, with us so that we can make sure we pick you up on time.
What is the cost of rehab? How do I pay for it? Will they accept my insurance?
The cost of addiction treatment will vary from person to person. At River Oaks, we accept many different types of payment for addiction treatment. You can see more about paying for treatment here. In short, we take different types of private insurance plans and you can pay out of pocket. For the most part, American Addiction Centers’ facilities don’t accept Medicaid or Medicare. However, we can set up a payment plan for you to make addiction treatment easier to pay for in the long run.
What happens if there is an emergency?
The safety of our patients and our employees is our highest priority at River Oaks. In a natural disaster, we have plans to move or release any patients that may be impacted. Specific emergencies may necessitate a stop to accepting new patients. If you have a medical emergency while in our care, we will follow any directions you provided during you admission process for further care. If you are trying to reach someone in our care because you are experiencing an emergency at home, you can reach our facility at 813-605-3900. If your loved one has a cell phone during treatment, you can also try and reach them there.
Can couples attend rehab together?
Couples may attend treatment at River Oaks, with approval from facility staff. However, please note that you will be housed and treated separately.
Is addiction treatment voluntary and can I leave rehab anytime I want?
You will not be forced to stay in treatment at River Oaks, as our programs are voluntary. If you decide to leave our program early or against medical advice, we have counseling services available. Get help now if you or your loved one is in danger. The National Suicide Hotline is a lifesaving resource: 1-800-273-8255, and you can also find immediate help from the National Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration at 1-800-662-4357.
Do you have to have insurance to attend River Oaks?
A person does not need to have insurance to attend an American Addiction Centers' facility like River Oaks Treatment Center, and can pay out of pocket.
Can I bring my cell phone or computer?
Yes, you may bring your phone and approved electronics to River Oaks however, there are some restrictions during certain levels of care and at certain times.
Can I maintain contact with my employer while in treatment?
Some levels of care are less time-intensive than others and may allow for regular contact with an employer. View our programs.
Is this a co-ed facility?
Yes; however, men and women reside in separate locations and many groups are separated by gender.
Is this a Christian rehab program?
No. Our treatment does include the 12-Step approach which incorporates the concept of a "higher power," but our program is not specifically Christian-based.
What can I bring and what can't I bring to rehab?
You can find a list of items to pack for our inpatient rehab facility on our What to Expect page.