Sunday, February 25th, 2018

Adele Gilbert Residential Treatment Program

A home-like environment for recovery.

The Adele Gilbert Residential Treatment Program is a 16-bed facility in Pasco County for adults aged 18 + who have chronic mental illness and may also have co-occurring substance abuse issues.

The estimated length of stay is 6-8 months and consumers may leave the facility unsupervised after the first 45 days, pending certain criteria levels have been met.

The program accepts forensic referrals.

Success Stories:
  • With the help of the Adele Gilbert Residential Treatment Program staff, one client that had lost touch with his family for over 15 years, was able to locate and eventually be reunited with his family.
  • One client completed and graduated from the program and is now employed by Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services .
  • Another client had lost contact with his mother for more than 10 years. The Adele Gilbert Residential Treatment Program staff was able to effectively open the lines of communication between them and now they talk every day.
Helping individuals:

The program employs a professional and qualified staff and is a cost-effective, community-based program which helps individuals by:

  • Reintegrating them into the community
  • Teaching the 12-step principals in relationship to substance abuse and other forms of addictions
  • Finding employment or completing GED programs
  • Assisting with medication management
  • Coping with behavioral health issues in daily living
  • Developing short/long term goals
  • Encouraging independence through the role recovery module
Additional services include:
  • Daily treatment groups
  • Food preparation employment training
  • Access to outside AA/NA programs and meetings
  • Individual counseling
  • Voluntary resident work programs
  • Areas and encouragement for physical exercise

2425 Chatlin Road
Holiday, FL 34691
phone: 727.943.4847


This program is made possible in partnership with the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and the Central Florida Behavioral Health Network.

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