ABOUT THE GIFT HOUSE RECOVERY
Located in Port St. Lucie, Fla. close to the Savannas Preserve State Park and less than 10 miles from the ocean, Gift House Recovery offers inpatient and outpatient services. Comprehensive treatment addresses drug and alcohol abuse, as well as mental health problems.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The facility’s website does not provide many details on the components of treatment, however, it does note staff strive to provide lasting rehabilitation services and promote a positive, nurturing environment. Staff help clients move forward and take steps toward living addiction-free.
According to Gift House Recovery’s Facebook page, treatment plans are personalized and teach clients a new way of living.
The facility’s website gives limited details on the credentials of its staff, but describes “experienced and qualified staff members” including a clinical director, social worker, and emergency manager.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Residents live in a clean, bright home with shared bedrooms complete with twin beds, a kitchen, a pool table, and a swimming pool.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Best-rehabs.com has limited review coverage at the time of this writing that includes no reviews from alumni. However, on the facility’s Facebook page, which it has the ability to manage, eight reviewers left perfect five- out of five-star ratings and generally raved about the treatment program . “I finally found what I was looking for…to be a part of something REAL,” Cheryl G. wrote, while Cheryl B. described “a safe, healthy and nurturing environment.”
Lastly, Ashley praised the facility and its staff, whom she has stayed in touch with long-term, on Facebook. “I went to the gift hose for treatment my first time getting clean. It was the best experience of my life…I feel like it was the first time I got to meet myself,” she wrote.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
The single loved one of an alumni to review the facility at the time of this writing had mostly positive feedback regarding many aspects of the program. The parent, whose daughter was in the facility, rated the exercise/leisure activities, staff experience, and treatment of co-occurring disorders five out of five stars, as well as four stars for family participation. They gave mediocre three-star ratings for the program’s holistic and counseling options.
K.H. wrote that even though the program is “still getting established,they are good at “building relationships” and “desire success.” “They love my daughter,” the family member wrote.
Currently, the facility does not offer details on payment options or the cost of treatment on its website or elsewhere.