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Substance Abuse Treatment

Bridges of America Inc
Phone: 407-218-4800
-Mission Statement-

To provide individuals with chemical dependency, mental heath disorders and/or criminality, an opportunity to experience freedom and healing through therapeutic communities while maintaining personnel safety and restoring the family unit.

Florida Department of Children and Families
Phone: 863-619-4100
Circuit 10
1055 US Hwy 17
Bartow, FL 33830
The Department provides services in the following program areas: Abuse Hotline, Adoption, Adult Services for elderly and disabled, Child Abuse Prevention, Child Care, Developmental Disabilities, Domestic Violence, Foster Care, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Food Stamps, Medicaid, Financial Assistance
Florida's Substance Abuse Program
Phone: 863-619-4100
4720 Old Highway 37
Lakeland, FL  33813
Dedicated to the development of a comprehensive system of prevention, emergency, and treatment services for individuals and families at risk or affected by substance abuse, and to promote their safety, well-being and self sufficiency. The Substance Abuse Program is part of The Department of Children and Families.
 
House of Israel Inc
Phone: 863-285-6632

The House of Israel helps chronically homeless women with supportive housing, transportation, and employment training.

Lighthouse Ministries Inc
Phone: 863-687-4076
215 East Magnolia Street
Lakeland, FL  33801
 
Offers many different programs to those in need.  Please call or view the website for more information.
Peace River Center
Phone: 863-519-0575

Peace River Center is a private, not-for-profit, community mental health organization providing behavioral health and substance abuse treatment, crisis services, as well as domestic and sexual violence services to the communities of Polk, Highlands, and Hardee Counties in Florida. 

Administrative Services
(863) 519-0575
 
Talbot House Ministries
Phone: 863-687-8475
814 North Kentucky Avenue
Lakeland, FL  33801
Accommodations for single men and women only. Beds allocated on first come/first serve basis subject to availability and number of stays utilized. Check-in time is 4:00pm Monday thru Sunday. Breakfast and dinner provided. Government issued photo I.D. required.
Free health clinic provides basic medical services to indigent individuals and families who are uninsured and without financial means. Prescriptions are also available on a limited basis. Patients are seen on a first come, first serve basis. Hours are: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00am – 11:00am, Thursday 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Saturday 8:00am – 11:00am. Closed Friday, Sunday and Holidays.
Offers a limited selection of men’s, women’s, and children’s clothes which are available to the public during regular business hours. Inquire at Front Desk for additional details.
Tri County Human Services
Phone: 863-709-9392
1815 Crystal Lake Drive
Lakeland, FL  33801
Private not-for-profit organization providing substance abuse, and Co-Occurring and Mental Health Disorders treatment to residents of Florida's Polk, Hardee and Highlands counties. A United Way member agency – CARFaccredited – Community Foundation of Greater Lakeland CFGL.
Wilson House
Phone: 863-859-7503
Recovery homes for Homeless Male Chronic Substance Abusers
Zoe's Journey
Phone: 863-816-4072

Mission:  To support women and children through life-altering situations, and to help them rebuild their lives and families with a spiritual and ethical foundation. 

Target Population:  Women who have recently been released from incarceration, who are struggling with addiction, and/or are homeless.  Reunification of these mothers with their children is one of the key goals of Zoe's Journey, Inc.

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