|St. Petersburg Metro Treatment Center||1919 N Pinellas Ave||Tarpon Springs|
|Operation PAR Medication Assisted Patient Services||7720 Washington Street||Port Richey|
|WhiteSands Alcohol & Drug Rehab Clearwater||1932 Drew Street||Clearwater|
|Operation Par Inc Medication Assisted Patient Services||6150 150th Avenue North, Suite MAPS||Clearwater|
|Lakeside clinic||13700 58th St N #209||Clearwater|
|Tampa Metro Treatment Center||7207 & 7225 N Nebraska Ave||Tampa|
|Bay Area Treatment Center||8800 49Th St North Suite 106||Pinellas Park|
|ST. PETERSBURG METRO TREATMENT CENTER||6880 46 Ave. North, Units 140 & 150||St. Petersburg|
|DACCO, Opiate Addiction Treatment Services||4422 E. Columbus Drive||Tampa|
|Lakeland Centres||3506 Lakeland Hills Blvd||Lakeland|
|Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office (DACCO)||344 W. Highland Drive||Lakeland|
|Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office (DACCO)||340 W Highland Drive||Lakeland|
|Colonial Management Group, LP||323 Interstate Blvd||Sarasota|
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The small city of Tarpon Springs, Florida has the largest proportion of Greek Americans among its 25,577 residents than any other city in the United States. This is due to John Cocoris introducing the sponge diving industry in 1905 and recruiting many crew and divers from his homeland of Greece. Although a lovely town to live in, Tarpon Springs has not been spared the epidemic that requires so many methadone clinics in Florida. Anyone with an addiction to opioids here should accept help from a methadone clinic Tarpon Springs and turn their life around as soon as possible. The longer someone waits to seek treatment, the more dangerous addiction becomes. Chronic opioid use results in a tolerance that compels a person to increase their dosage in order to experience the same euphoric high, or to merely avoid experiencing painful withdrawals. Eventually, the individual will increase their dosage to an overdose level that will cause serious malfunctioning in one or more bodily systems, most often the respiratory system. Opioid overdoses can often cause permanent organ damage or death.