Disclaimer: NOPE of Pinellas does not specifically endorse nor do we specifically recommend any of these organizations listed here. We offer them to you as local resources in the Tampa Bay Area and beyond for help with substance abuse challenges.  We are held harmless from any resulting interaction you might experience with any of the above listed entities.


NOPE National

Founded in Florida's Palm Beach County in 2004, the NOPE Task Force now includes eleven chapters across Florida and in Pennsylvania.   More information →

Substance Abuse Treatment

Alanon Family Group

Alcoholics Anonymous

Fairwinds Residential Treatment
1569 S. Ft. Harrison, Clearwater, FL
Hospital inpatient / residential short term, specializing in dual diagnosis.  Self pay, private insurance, no medicaid.

Narcotics Anonymous

Turning Point (Part of WestCare Florida)
1801 5th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL
Hospital inpatient, residential short term, specializing in dual diagnosis, self-pay, private insurance, no medicaid

WestCare Florida Inc.
Outpatient Service Centers:
33 6th St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 727-551-0668
1802 N. Belcher Rd, Clearwater, FL 727-442-7800
1735 MLK St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 727-502-0188
1801 5th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 727-823-7811’
Services: Ryan White, re-entry, Drug Court, Prevention, Veteran’s Treatment Court

Windmoor Health Care
11300 US 19 N, Clearwater, FL
Medicare, private and some Medicaid/HMO
As for WIN Team if no insurance
In patient detox 18 years and older
Outpatient, inpatient services for mental health

Substance Abuse Shelters

A Turning Point
Shelter for inebriated homeless
1801 5th Ave N. St. Petersburg, FL

Mustard Seed Inn
2510 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL
EMERGE: Men’s short term residential program (up to 6 months)
WEMERGE: Women’s short term residential program (up to 6 months)
FOCUS: Men’s long term residential program (12 to 18 months)

WestCare Florida Inc.
Residential substance abuse treatment centers
1735 MLK St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 727-502-0188

Housing Shelters

Alpha House
Homeless woman ages 18-40 pregnant or with baby 9 months or younger.
Six months clean and sober.  School attendance or work to maintain placement.
701 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL

Maternal Transitional Living for LGBTQ
Homeless pregnant teens and young women ages 16-22 years of age.
1622 Turner St., Clearwater, FL

H.E.P. (Homeless Empowerment Program)
Eligibility: Homeless families with children.  Emergency shelter for homeless families for a maximum stay of 60 days.  No violent and/or sexual charges or convictions.
1120 N. Betty Lane, Clearwater, FL
727-442-9041. Hours to call 8:30-5:00

Religious Community Services/Grace House Emergency Housing
Eligibility: Homeless families with children; maximum stay 8 weeks.  Limited case management. Referral to mental health services if needed.  Must be employed or employable; No SSI; No S.N.A.P. assistances.  Drug test and background check required.
1552 S. Myrtle Ave, Clearwater, FL

Salvation Army Emergency Shelter
Family dorm, female dorm and male dorm on premises, dining hall and dorms.  First 7 days free, thereafter $10 a night to stay.
310 14th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, FL
727-822-4924 call for appointment

Social Services Office
Food and clothing
1400 4th St. S., St. Petersburg, FL

Safe Place to be: Runaway Crisis Shelter (Ages 10-17)
Offers shelter for LGBTQ ages 16-17 in addition to runaways
North Pinellas County 727-298-1606 or 727-449-8336
South Pinellas County 727-521-5200 or 727-893-1893

Pinellas Hope
90-day shelter for homeless men and women, clean and sober; case managers and adult GED classes on site.  Intake on Tuesdays.  
5726 126th Ave N, Clearwater, FL

Pinellas Safe Harbor
A homeless shelter and a jail diversion program designed to be a safe haven for those currently homeless who require services to get back on their feet. 24 hours 7 days a week. Only Pinellas County residents.
14840 49th St. N, Clearwater, FL

2-1-1 Tampa Bay
Call 211 or 727-210-4211
Text your zip code to 898211
Hours of operation: 24 hours a day
Eligibility: Open to all families
Description: 2-1-1 Tampa Bay is clearing house for homeless shelter and housing information.  You can call 211 and talk with someone 24 hours a day about shelter availability and eligibility; check our online database at the link above to see available beds by program or download our mobile app to check shelter programs and their availability.