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4612 N 56th StTampa, FL 33610
Telephone Numbers and Contact Information
Main Phone (813) 246-4899 Main Phone
Toll Free ( ) - Toll Free
TTY ( ) - TTY
Fax: (813) 621-6899
Email:

basanders@actsfl.org

Website Address:

http://www.actsfl.org/

 
Person in charge: Richard Brown Executive Director
Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm, M-F
Fees: Depends on program.
Eligibility Requirements: Residents.
Intake Procedure: Referral from court, police, school, or self.
Area Served: Hillsborough County.
 
Languages: English, Spanish.
Accessibility: ADA accessible.
Waiting List: None.
Transport Available: Bus route.
 
About the Program: Provides a full system of services for adults and youth in need of substance abuse treatment, homeless day program, dependent and delinquent youth service.

ACTS provides and manages a broad array of human services to include: prevention, acute care and stabilization, treatment, and supportive services in the arenas of substance abuse, co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness, child protection, delinquency, criminal justice, housing, economic self-sufficiency, and health and wellness.

ACTS has combined excellence and compassion with best practices to address the disease of addiction through a variety of services to help you achieve recovery. Our goal is to provide the most cost effective substance abuse treatment with the highest level of care. Give yourself or a loved one the chance to overcome drug addiction or alcoholism at an agency that wants to see you succeed.

Call ACTS Call Center at 1.888.988.2287 to help us find the best placement for you or your loved one.

To contact us: Phone: 813-246-4899

Fax: 813-621-6899

Call Center: 1-888-988-2287

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