ACTS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and bases recruitment, application and employment practices on qualifications and ability to perform assigned responsibilities without regard to age, race, color, sex, religion, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or veteran status. For more information on our policies related to equal opportunity, affirmative action or non-discriminatory policies, please contact us at 813.246.4899.
4612 N. 56th Street, Tampa, Florida 33610
Master's Level Clinicians are Here to Help You
Professional, well-trained individuals at the treatment programs for adults and youth not only have the expertise, knowledge and experience necessary to effectively assist you in your recovery, but more importantly, they share a welcoming, non-judgmental attitude toward the recovery process. This atmosphere – combined with cutting-edge clinical standards that far surpass industry standards – encourages effective, long-term recovery for clients in all occupational, legal, and social situations. Here at ACTS we treat individuals and families with primary substance abuse/alcohol problems and also persons with secondary co-occurring mental disorders, or dual diagnosis. We treat all of our clients with personal attention and compassion. Our programs have an excellent structure and support system to make sure everyone gets their individual needs met while in treatment.
ACTS offers treatment to improve health through personal and family centered recovery practices. Our mission is to provide and manage a broad array of human services to include prevention, acute care and stabilization, treatment and supportive services in the arenas of substance abuse, co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness, child protection, delinquency, criminal justice, housing, economic self-sufficiency and health and wellness. By keeping our programs specialized, we establish a solid bond that not only helps those we serve recover from their addiction and improve mental health, but also lays the groundwork for a lifetime of continuing care that gives the best chance of permanent recovery and freedom in supportive setting.