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About Us

Serving Hillsborough County, DACCO is one of Florida's largest community-based providers of behavioral health services. Through its programs, DACCO saves lives and keeps families together by addressing substance abuse and mental health issues.  With the mission of working toward a drug-free community, one person, one family at a time, our comprehensive programs encourage healthy living, job productivity and overall family stability.

DACCO was incorporated in 1973 through the leadership of representatives from the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, the Chamber of Commerce, United Way and other organizations in Tampa, Florida. Initially, DACCO provided drug abuse planning, coordination and monitoring for local governmental units. However, in 1975, DACCO first received funding to provide drug treatment. Since then, DACCO has expanded into the countys largest comprehensive community-based substance use disorder service provider, reaching over 25,000 persons annually through prevention and treatment. Our vision is an image synonymous with drug-free living, setting the standard for excellence in behavioral health.

The Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families for our outstanding Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs and Prevention Programs.

In 2008, we built our three story state-of-the-art Center for Behavioral Health in Tampa, Florida. Home to a comprehensive range of substance use disorder services, this facility includes two new family living duplexes where mothers progress through treatment without being separated from their children.

In 2010, we moved and expanded ourBrandon outpatient location to better serve and meet the community need.  In all of our locations, counselors provide individual and group counseling to help you work through trauma, relapse, and life skills issues that you may encounter during your recovery.

In 2013, we opened a 13-bed private, inpatient detox facility.  We also completed a major construction project at our men's residential facility (Quest House Campus), and opened a Re-Entry Program in partnership with the Department of Corrections.