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Tranquil Shores is a private drug and alcohol treatment center in Florida that is dedicated to providing innovative, yet personalized substance abuse therapy for your patient or client. Our focus is on long-term success for each individual and family. To speak with our substance abuse counselors about treatment options tailored to meet your needs, call (727) 391-7001 or (877) 566-1166.

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Message from the Medical Director

Our goal at Tranquil Shores is to set the standard for quality care of men and women suffering from addictive diseases. We believe the commitment of our staff to encourage and support our clients along each step of the recovery process is the driving force of our extensive success rate. Whether you're seeking treatment for yourself or helping someone you care about, we welcome you to share this revitalizing journey with Tranquil Shores. By working together, you can Reclaim Your Life!

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Richard Aranibar, M.D.

Tranquil Shores Medical Director

Medical Detox

Are you avoiding recovery because you fear the withdrawal process? Tranquil Shores' drug and alcohol treatment center in Florida honors your dignity by assisting with medical detox in a safe, relaxed environment and decreasing the discomfort commonly associated with withdrawal.

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