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Licensing and Accreditation

Since 1987, Turning Point of Tampa has been providing our clients with an exceptional level of care, that is second to none. As part of Turning Point of Tampa’s commitment to quality and safety, we adhere to the licensure standards by DCF for substance use services. Turning Point of Tampa meets all the requirements for Joint Commission accreditation by updating policies and procedures as needed and following any required additional updates from The Joint Commission.

The Joint Commission (JCAHO)

With the goal of this organization focusing on the continuous improvement of health care facilities, an accreditation from The Joint Commission is the “gold standard” for all healthcare facilities. For over 26 years, Turning Point of Tampa has held this accreditation, meaning that our facility has been held to an exceptional level of care.  Receiving this accreditation is a testament to the high level of quality care our clients receive.


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Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Turning Point of Tampa is also proud to be a certified recovery residence by the Florida Department of Children and Families. The Florida Department of Children and Families is responsible for overseeing substance use and mental health, with the goal of ensuring that health care facilities have met agency standards relating to access to care, respect and dignity, privacy and confidentiality practices, and safety of individuals and their families.

In your search for a rehabilitation center that treats substance use or eating disorders, make sure to choose a facility that has proper licensure and accreditation. Turning Point of Tampa’s licensed residential, PHP and Day for substance use and eating disorders treatment follow the DCF standards of licensing for these levels of care. Please review the information located on our website, under the tab “How to Choose a Treatment Center.” This will provide more information to help you select the appropriate treatment center and level of care for you or your loved one’s needs. Please call our Admissions Department or HR Department for more information or any questions you may have.

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