Florida Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Footprints Beachside Recovery is a small, private, and holistic substance abuse treatment center for adults. We are located in the Tampa Bay Area, nestled in the old Florida beach town of Treasure Island and neighboring America’s #1 Beach – St. Pete Beach. Footprints offers the relaxing and beautiful setting of the beach and gulf breezes to heal mind, body, and spirit.

We are founded by family who experienced the devastating consequences of substance abuse and together overcame addiction. Our program was created to give back and give others the opportunity to completely recover from addiction and restore their lives.

As a dual diagnosis facility, the fully credentialed and licensed clinical staff of Footprints believes in treating the whole person. Intimate by design, with a 4:1 ratio of therapist to clients, our boutique style of treatment offers our clients a greater degree of personalization and individualized care. Footprints Beachside Recovery Center combines decades of experience in substance abuse and mental health.

What Separates Our Substance Abuse Treatment Center From The Rest?

Many other high-end treatment centers are rooted in outdated methods that often fail to keep people drug-free. Many of these programs fail to use proven methods to deal with the factors that underlie addiction and set off relapse. People with a chronic form of addiction need multimodal treatment that is individualized and offered continuously or intermittently for as long as they need.

Our drug & alcohol treatment programs have been scientifically proven to be effective. In fact, our programs are listed on the prestigious National Registry of Effective Programs, a gold standard list administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Footprints believes that just as you wouldn’t go to a doctor or hospital to receive a treatment or medication that hasn’t been thoroughly tested and proven; you should not receive treatment or rehab for your substance abuse issue that hasn’t been equally proven.