Charlotte County

Operation PAR is working to help individuals receive treatment for opioid addiction in Charlotte County. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies, including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that includes methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are here to help you with the treatment process.

Before You Go

Operation PAR strives to be a resource in the community and helps those who struggle with opioid addiction in Port Charlotte and the Charlotte County area. You can take steps to make our treatment programs more effective for you. Follow these directions for location information and operating hours to help you arrive on time to get the care you need.

Operating Hours

Hours of operation for Charlotte County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS) are 5:30 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday, and closed on Saturday and Sunday. Our hours might differ for holidays, so please call ahead to make sure we are open if you are unsure. 

No appointment is necessary for screening. During the process, one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

Use this address to reach Operation PAR in Charlotte County:

Grand Oaks Plaza II
946 Tamiami Trail, Unit 201
Port Charlotte, FL 33953

Operation PAR in Charlotte County is located in Port Charlotte. Our treatment center is located just off of US-41 Tamiami Trail and Collingswood Blvd. We are located near the Port Charlotte Town Center Mall, just off the main road past Port Charlotte Honda if you are coming from the South. Parking is available to all our clients, though it may be limited at peak times.

You can also visit Operation PAR with the help of public transit. Learn more about the Charlotte County Transit Division (CCT)point-to-point bus system, which services Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Englewood, and surrounding areas. You can find information on rates, operating times, and reservations online, so you can arrive safely and on time for your appointment.

Charlotte County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

Our Charlotte County MAPS program provides all FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling, and medical services. HIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients is also provided. 

All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

All our treatment centers are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care.   

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County. 

If you have any questions about our MAPS program and other services at Operation PAR, contact us today.

Hernando County

Operation PAR in Hernando County strives to provide the best treatment and care possible for individuals struggling with opioid addiction. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies, including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that includes methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are here to help you with the treatment process.

Before You Go

Planning your visit to Operation PAR can help you through the treatment process. Make sure you arrive before we close for the day so that we can give your case the time and care it needs. Use this guide for location details, operating hours, and parking information.

Operating Hours

Hours of operation for Hernando County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS) are 5:30 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday, and 6:30 am – 10:00 am on Saturday and Sunday. Our hours might differ for holidays, so please call ahead to make sure we are open if you are unsure. 

No appointment is necessary for screening. During the process, one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

Visit Operation PAR’s Hernando County treatment center at this address: 

1245 Kass Circle
Spring Hill, FL 34606 

Operation PAR is located in Spring Hill, just off of Spring Hill Drive. You can find in Kass Circle, near the Walgreens, SunTrust bank, and Save-A-Lot. 

There are two bus routes you can take to get to our location, the red line and the green line. Our bus stop is Spring Hill Dr and Kass Cir. You can learn more about “TheBus” information, including routes, rates, and schedules, at the Hernando County Government website.    

Hernando County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

The Hernando County MAPS program provides all FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling and medical services. HIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients are also provided. 

Operation PAR’s MAPS have a proven track record for improving the quality of life for patients.  

  • All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

All of our treatment centers, including our treatment center in Hernando, are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care.   

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County.

Lee County

Operation PAR in Lee County is dedicated to helping individuals, adolescents, and families receive treatment for opioid addiction. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies, including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that includes methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are part of your neighborhood and are here to help you get the treatment you need.

Before You Go

Planning your visit to Operation PAR can make the process easier. As part of our dedication to you, our staff can help with directions, parking, and operating hours. If you have any questions about our services or reaching our Lee County location, don’t hesitate to call.

Operating Hours

Hours of operation for our Lee County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS) vary by location. Our North Ft. Myers location hours are 5:30 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday, and 6:30 am – 10:00 am on Saturday and Sunday. 

Our South Ft. Myers location hours are 5:30 am – 10:00 am Monday through Friday, and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. 

No appointment is necessary for screening. During the process, one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

You can find Operation PAR’s main Ft. Myers treatment center in Lee County at this address: 

535 Pine Island Road, Suite M
North Ft. Myers, FL 33903 

Operation PAR in Lee County is located in North Fort Myers. You can find our treatment center on Pine Island Road, just off of N. Cleveland Ave (US-41). We are located next to the Walmart Supercenter, which means there is plenty of parking for all of our visitors. You can also access the parking lot through West Mariana Ave off of N. Cleveland Ave. 

There are multiple bus stops near Operation PAR, which means our treatment center is easy to reach through public transportation. The closest LeeTran stop is North Cleveland Avenue at Brown Road, on Routes 140, 590, and 595. Those routes also stop at other points near the shopping plaza, making Operation PAR easy to reach.  

Additionally, there are two satellite locations that serve Lee County that provide MAPS services to local residents.

Ft. Myers South

You may find that our Ft. Myers satellite location is closer to you, making your treatment more convenient.  

17240 S Tamiami Trail, STE 9 & 10
Fort Myers, FL 33908  

You can find us just off of Tamiami Trail, where Pharmacy Rd meets Hidden Gateway Blvd. You can park directly at our satellite location, or take LeeTran routes 140 and 240, getting off at S Tamiami Trail at Pharmacy Rd or Alico Rd northbound. 

Port Charlotte

Our other satellite office is located north of Ft. Myers and also serves some Sarasota County residents: 

946 Tamiami Trail #201
Pt. Charlotte, FL 33953  

This location is also located on Tamiami Trail near Port Charlotte Town Center mall. Coming northbound from the mall, you will find us on the right-hand side of the road next to Southern Technical College of Port Charlotte. Driving southbound, we are on the left-hand side just past the Oasis PC City Church. 

North Ft. Myers Location
Ft. Myers South Location
Port Charlotte Location
Lee County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

The Lee County MAPS program provides all FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling and medical services. HIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients are also provided. 

All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

All of our treatment centers, including our treatment center in Ft. Myers, are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care.  

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County.

Manatee County

Operation PAR is dedicated to helping individuals and their families overcome opioid addiction in Manatee County. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies, including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that includes methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are here to help and are located in your neighborhood.

Before You Go

Take a few minutes to plan your visit to Operation PAR before your scheduled appointment. Reading this information can help you get the correct hours and directions to make the appointment process easier.

Operating Hours

Hours of operation for Manatee County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS) are 5:30 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday, and 6:30 am – 10:00 am on Saturday and Sunday. Our hours might differ for holidays, so please call ahead to make sure we are open if you are unsure. 

No appointment is necessary for screening. During the process, one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

Use this address to reach Operation PAR in Manatee County: 

6253 14th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34207 

Our Manatee County center is located in Bradenton, just off of US-41, Tamiami Trail. Approaching from the South, we are just past Gettel Toyota of Bradenton on the right-hand side. Coming from the North, we are just after Bayshore Gardens Parkway. Parking is free and readily available, though the spaces can fill up on busy days.  

There is also an MCAT bus station located directly in front of our location. You can take Route 99: US-41 and get off at the 14th Street West at 63rd Ave West Northbound stop. You can also take Route 8: Oneco – Bayshore Gardens to the 62nd Drive West stop. For information about bus schedules and to find a route to Operation PAR, visit the MCAT website

Manatee County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

Our Manatee County MAPS program provides all FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling, and medical services. HIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients is also provided.

All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

All of our treatment centers, including our Bradenton treatment center, are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care.   

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County.  

If you have any questions about our MAPS program and other services at Operation PAR, contact us today. 

Pinellas County

Before You Go
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Pasco County

Operation PAR is helping individuals and their families overcome opioid addiction in Pasco County. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies, including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that includes methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are here to help and located in your neighborhood.

Before You Go

Planning your visit to Operation PAR ahead of time can help you receive the best treatment possible. Take note of our operating hours, location, and contact information before you arrive.

Operating Hours

Hours of operation at our Pasco County Medication Assisted Patient Services are 5:30 am – 11:00 am Monday through Friday, and 6:30 am – 10:00 am on Saturday and Sunday. 

No appointment is necessary for a screening, where one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

Use this address to reach Operation PAR in Pasco County: 

7720 Washington Street, Suite 103
Port Richey, FL 34668 

Our Port Richey treatment center is located on Washington Street, near US-19 and Pine Hill Road, north of Massachusetts Ave. On-site parking is readily available and there are bus stops nearby. Knowing the bus schedule ahead of time can help you arrive before our center closes and make sure you make your appointments on time.      

Look up bus routes on the Pasco County government website to plan your trip.

Pasco County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

Our Pasco County MAPS program provides all FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling, and medical services. HIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients are also provided. 

All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

 All of our treatment centers, including our Pasco treatment center, are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care.  

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County. You can learn more about the admission process and treatment plans on our MAPS page.

Pasco Adolescent Intervention Center (PAIC)

Along with MAPS, Pasco County is home to our adolescent treatment center, PAIC, which helps teens ages 13-17 and their families who struggle with substance use issues. This is a program that the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) refers teens to who are currently using alcohol, tobacco or other drugs, or who exhibit behavioral or mental health problems. 

The PAIC center uses proven methods of therapy and care to help adolescents confront their substance use and work towards a healthy, productive life. Operation PAR specialists use motivational interviewing and parent education sessions to help struggling families in our community.

Sarasota County

Operation PAR is helping individuals and families overcome opioid addiction in Sarasota County. Our programs offer effective treatment strategies including FDA approved medication-assisted treatment (MAT) that include methadone, buprenorphine, and extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) teamed with counseling services. Our professional staff are here to help and are located in your neighborhood.

Before You Go

Planning your visit to Operation PAR ahead of time can help you receive the best treatment possible. Learn more about our operating hours, location, and contact information to make arriving for your appointment easier.

Operating Hours

Our Sarasota County offices are open Monday-Friday 5:30 am – 11:00 am and Saturday and Sunday 6:30 am – 10:00 am. Our hours might differ for holidays, so please call ahead to make sure we are open if you are unsure. 

No appointment is necessary for a screening, where one of our staff members will evaluate your situation to determine if our program best suits your needs. If you meet the eligibility requirements, our staff will schedule a doctor’s appointment within 24-72 hours of your visit for a physical exam.

Location

Use this address to find our Operation PAR offices in Sarasota: 

6124 South Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34231 

Our Sarasota offices are located just off Tamiami Trail. We are about five miles south of Downtown Sarasota, just north of Clark Road. There is plenty of parking available for patients in the lot, so you don’t have to worry about parking on the street or paying to park. 

There are multiple SCAT bus stops nearby, and patients can check the bus schedule on the Sarasota County government website to find your ideal route. Keep in mind that some routes change seasonally, and there may not be service on holidays. Checking the bus schedule ahead of time can help you arrive before we close for the day.

Sarasota County Medication Assisted Patient Services (MAPS)

The Sarasota County MAPS program provides FDA approved medications for opiate addiction including methadone, buprenorphine, and long-acting naltrexone (Vivitrol), Methadone maintenance, counseling and medical servicesHIV risk assessment to opiate-addicted clients are also provided. 

Operation PAR’s MAPS have a proven track record of improving the quality of life for patients.  

All patients who qualify for treatment receive the following: 

  • Physical Examination and Laboratory Workup 

  • In-depth Assessment of their Life Systems (Biopsychosocial Assessment) 

  • Individualized Treatment Plan 

  • Regular Counseling by Trained Staff 

  • Specialized Treatment for Pregnant Women 

  • HIV/AIDS services 

All of our treatment centers, including our Sarasota MAPS program are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited. CARF is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services which evaluates treatment and rehabilitation centers to make sure they offer safe and high-quality care. 

Operation PAR offers MAPS treatment in seven counties on the West Coast of Florida, beginning in Hernando County to the north and working south to Lee County.

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If you have any questions regarding your treatment at Operation PAR or want to talk with one of our MAPS specialists, contact us at 888-PAR-NEXT (888-727-6398). You can also learn more about our Services online or complete our online contact form and someone will reach out to you within 24-48 hours. 

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