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Turning Point of Tampa has helped thousands find recovery. As an in-network facility, we are able and committed to helping you find the life you deserve.

Family Interviews with Turning Point of Tampa

Addiction has an impact not only on the individual but on the entire family. Living with the consequences of a loved one’s addiction can be devastating. For most people, managing addiction in the family can be nearly impossible without outside support. Knowing that you’re not alone and that there are others with similar experiences who found hope can help you on your journey.

That is why we conducted a series of interviews with family members of those who struggled with addiction and were able to achieve sobriety. We hope these stories inspire you and offer the support you and your family desperately need in this difficult time.

To get started, we’re going to share Amy’s story.

Amy’s Story

I recently spoke with Amy who is the spouse of an alcoholic physician that sought treatment for his alcoholism at Turning Point. I wanted to get the lowdown on her experience in recovering from an alcoholic spouse. It was a very educational experience! As a recovering drinker myself, I learned what dealing with us drinkers in our active addiction is like, from the other person’s perspective.

It’s not pretty.

You can read more interviews right here: Interviews with Family Members

Our goal is always to provide a safe environment and a solid foundation in 12-Step recovery, in tandem with quality individual therapy and groups. We have provided Licensed Residential, Day/PHP, and Intensive Outpatient treatment in Tampa since 1987. If you need help or know someone who does, please contact our admissions department at 813-592-7127866-573-9827 or

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At Turning Point of Tampa we offer a comprehensive continuum of care, including primary and extended care programs, intensive outpatient and weekly aftercare groups.