Contact Information Edit

Program Name:  ACTS VA Residential Rehabilitation Facility
4403 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL  33614

Main Phone:  (813) 879-1649   

Fax number:  (813) 871-2713
E-Mail address:
Internet Site:


Mailing Information Edit



Program Information Edit

Eligibility requirements:  Must be a Veteran
Information last updated:  1/1/2009
Controlling agency  Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc.- ACTS
Accessibility:  ADA compliant
In-Home Services Provided
Self Payment
Malpractice Insurance
Sliding Fee Scale
Pro Bono Services
Payment Assistance
Hillsborough Healthcare
Accepts Medicaid
Accepts Medicare
Accepts HMO/PPO
Accepts Tricare
Accepts Mcaid/Mcare Only
Accepts Most Insurance
Minimum Sliding Fee Scale:  0
Hours of operation:  8am-5pm Monday-Friday
Fees charged:  Call for information
Intake procedure:  Call for assessment
Area served:  Sun Coast Region
Languages spoken or available:  English

Service Description Edit

This is a unique 24-bed transitional residential rehabilitation facility for homeless veterans that provides housing and support for individuals with substance abuse and mental health issues who may also suffer from brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, amputation, orthopedic problems or other neurological problems. The partnering agencies for this facility are: ACTS, James A. Haley VA Hospital, Epilepsy Services of West Central Florida, Self-Reliance, Inc. Center for Independent Living, and the Brain Injury Association of Florida. Services are provided for homeless veterans from the SunCoast Region.

link title== Other Services Offered by this Program: == If you are a female, please don't go here. Go to the Tampa VA and enter THEIR programs. This is a "grant per diem" program, which means it is NOT a VA facility. If you have Military Sexual Trauma, do not go to this treatment center. It is only partially funded by Bay Pines. The more women vets they can "get in", the more money the VA will provide this center. Once the money kicks in, they don't CARE about you. I went there and attended groups where I repeatedly told that I was nothing but an addict piece of shit, that didn't know Shit from Shihola. I was not even on drugs, yet I was on clonazepam, prescribed by my long term mental health providers. I was one of 4 veteran females, and one non-veteran female. We all had sexual trauma, and had to share the facility with about 130 homeless men, few of them veterans. If you want VA help, go to a VA facility or treatment program.

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