Tampa’s Best High THC Marijuana Abuse Treatment Center

North Tampa Behavioral Health is a leading rehab center for individuals struggling with high THC marijuana abuse. Located in Wesley Chapel, the expert staff at North Tampa provides lasting recovery through holistic care and comprehensive programming.

Treatment for High THC Marijuana Abuse

Learn more about High THC Marijuana Abuse Treatment

Marijuana is widely known to cause a great deal of adversity within the lives of those who abuse this drug. Similarly, those who abuse more potent strains of marijuana are also known to experience negative effects within their lives when this substance is abused in a recreational manner. Tetrahydrocannabinol, the active ingredient in marijuana, is also known as THC and is what causes abusers of marijuana to experience a mood-altering high.

When this chemical is ingested in a large amount, such as when it’s consumed in marijuana that has a concentrated dose of this ingredient, a person can eventually experience cognitive damage because of the way that THC interacts with the brain. Furthermore, when high THC marijuana is abused on an ongoing basis, a person leaves him or herself vulnerable to developing mental health concerns and physical health problems that could also require treatment if professional services are sought to defeat this sort of addiction.

If you’re someone who has developed a problem with high THC strains of marijuana, then you’re probably aware of how destructive this substance can be. Perhaps you’ve already experienced some consequences due to your abuse of this substance, and maybe you are starting to realize that this kind of problem requires professional rehab treatment in order to reclaim your life from a high THC marijuana addiction. Fortunately, when you’re ready to take the brave step towards a sober future, there are options for treatment at your fingertips.

Many treatment centers presently exist that offer the care you need to understand your addiction, learn the skills required to avoid the continued abuse of this drug, and form the self-confidence needed to know that you don’t need this substance to function each day.

Located in Wesley Chapel, Florida, North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital is a leading provider of substance abuse treatment for individuals grappling with high THC marijuana abuse problems and other kinds of chemical dependency concerns. When you choose to come to this trusted rehab center, you can rest assured in knowing that you’ll be afforded the exact interventions you’re going to need to recover in a lasting way. Each one of your treatment needs will be addressed and you’ll have the individualized attention and treatment planning that can ultimately set the stage for a long, happy, and high THC marijuana-free life.

If you wish to work alongside a compassionate and highly trained staff who is prepared to guide you toward the future you deserve, call North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital today. We look forward to working with you.

Helping a Loved One

How To Help A Loved One Enter Inpatient Rehab for High THC Marijuana Abuse

Being aware that someone you care about is abusing high THC marijuana can be a disconcerting experience. You may be overcome with worry, yet feel your efforts are futile when you’ve tried to help your friend or family member overcome this kind of substance abuse problem. However, as a person who cares deeply for this individual, know that you can be a positive influence and take some measures to help your loved one or family member get the treatment that he or she needs at this point in his or her life. By following through on the following suggestions, you may be successful in helping your friend or family member turn his or her life around:

  • Learn about the strains of marijuana that have a higher than normal THC content. Be sure to read about how this kind of marijuana can impact your loved one’s life, and become familiar with the signs of intoxication and withdrawal.
  • Make attempts to address your concerns with your loved one in an empathic and compassionate manner. Remember that you don’t want to seem attacking of your loved one’s choice to abuse this drug, but that you are wanting to help him or her become sober.
  • You may want to consider speaking to addiction professionals in your community to learn about the kinds of rehab services and the specific treatment centers that have been effective in helping other people overcome a high THC marijuana abuse problem.
  • Once you have a better understanding of the kind of care that your loved one may need, see if those sorts of programs are available near your loved one’s home. Conversely, if there are programs that aren’t as close to your friend or family member’s residence, you will still want to include them in your list of treatment providers to give your loved one options in terms of where he or she can receive services.
  • Talk to your loved one about the need for treatment and speak to the benefits of getting care. Your loved one may be initially resistant to this idea, though if you remain positive and encouraging, he or she may be more open to the idea.
  • See what you can do to eliminate any roadblocks that could prevent or deter your loved one from accessing services. By helping your loved one in this way, you are also demonstrating your support.
  • Be your loved one’s cheerleader, source of support, and shoulder to lean on before, during, and after treatment is complete. He or she needs you right now and will benefit greatly from having your backing.

Finally, it’s a good idea to learn what you can do to help your loved one remain successful in his or her recovery once he or she returns home. In doing so, the person you care about may be more inclined to avoid relapse.

Why Choose Us

Why Should You Consider Inpatient Treatment at North Tampa?

While it may not seem like an especially harmful substance to abuse, marijuana with concentrated THC levels can be damaging to your overall mental and physical health. With specific regards to your physical health, your lung functioning can be adversely impacted, as inhaling high THC marijuana can damage your lungs’ ability to filter oxygen and carbon dioxide effectively. Overtime, you could develop permanent lung problems like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. Additionally, your mental health and your emotional wellness can become damaged, as abusing high THC marijuana can cause a slow deterioration of your cognitive abilities. For instance, your ability to form and store short and long-term memories can become hindered, and your decision-making skills could decline over time. In addition to your health, your potential to achieve at work, earn a good living for yourself and your family, and your ability to avoid interaction with the legal system can all also become compromised when you continue to abuse high THC marijuana. But, when you access effective rehab services within a trusted treatment center, you can both avoid the previously mentioned consequences and forge a future that is sober and truly health.

Rehab Philosophy

Rehab Philosophy and Benefits

At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, we believe in using an eclectic approach for the treatment of high THC marijuana addiction. This means we draw from a variety of treatment modalities in order to provide you with the individualized care you deserve. We focus on who you are as an individual, not just the symptoms and effects of your addiction that are impacting your life. While working to learn about you and determining the best approach to address your high THC marijuana addiction, we will do all that we can to help strengthen you physically and mentally. We want to help you achieve a clearer mind, develop better sleeping habits, and improve your nutritional intake. In doing so, we aim to help you avoid relapse and fend off your addictive behaviors in a life-giving manner. We will do everything possible to help you realize a future that is hopeful and full of potential to succeed.

Types of Therapy for High THC Marijuana Abuse

Types of Therapy We Use to Treat High THC Marijuana Abuse

At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, we use a variety of treatment modalities to help you begin your recovery. From the moment you enter our program, we will dedicate ourselves to helping you obtain new coping skills, acquire resources, and learn techniques so that you are able to continue to move forward in your rehab efforts and avoid the pitfalls that can lead to relapse.

After a complete evaluation, your treatment team will work with you to determine the most effective treatment plan for your individual needs. This plan may include the use of medications to help you through detox or to aid you in controlling mental illness symptoms that could otherwise hinder your ability to engage in the therapeutic process.

We provide detox services when necessary, since many individuals who come to us are still physically dependent on high THC marijuana. Medication management and monitoring are also available 24 hours a day, so if you are experiencing difficulties, time doesn’t matter to us when it comes to easing your discomfort.

We provide individual therapy as needed to help you process issues you may not be ready to disclose in a group setting and to supply you with individualized attention for your specific needs. This is also a time where you can explore any new issues that you may be just starting to identify.

We also utilize group therapy as a method to increase understanding and provide a group forum in which to process issues with others who may have also endured similar challenges related to the abuse of high THC marijuana. Our psychoeducational groups provide information about high THC marijuana addiction and instruction on ways to develop new recovery skills. Our process groups allow you to discuss issues with others who have gone through similar experiences so that you and your peers can heal as a group. Your treatment team will help you decide which groups will be most beneficial for your individual circumstances.

Family involvement is an important component of our high THC marijuana treatment, as family support is critical for your healing. It is likely your treatment plan will include a family consultation which will be used to determine the extent to which family problems exist and to help family members learn about your high THC marijuana addiction so that they can better support you as you recover. We also provide family members with referrals to community-based resources so that they can continue to work on their own issues, learn more about your addiction, and learn what they can expect after you are discharged from our program.

Our therapists often use techniques from the cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) model, which helps you learn to identify negative, irrational, or illogical thought patterns and replace them with more adaptive ways of thinking.

When your treatment team determines you no longer need the more intensive and structured services provided by an inpatient program, they will collaborate with you to determine the next best step for you to take to be able to continue progressing toward the life you want to lead.

Continuing Care

Continuing Care – What Comes Next?

At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, we are committed to making sure your discharge plan is as thorough as possible. Sometimes, people aren’t ready to leave the safe environment provided in our program, and they transition into a residential treatment program following discharge. For other individuals who still feel the need for a high level of services while residing at home, our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) may be the best choice for them.

In sum, your needs will be just as carefully considered when your time in inpatient care is complete, as we want nothing more than for you to succeed in overcoming your addiction to high THC marijuana. Call our staff today to begin making the changes needed to live a sober and happy life.

My daughter was smoking weed and it was hurting her in school. North Tampa helped her stop smoking and her grades have since risen dramatically.

– Janet T.
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  • Florida Agency for Health Care Administration
  • Florida Department of Children and Families
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval
  • The Jason Foundation