"Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow"
Gratitude Homes of Tampa is a men's private sober house offering a safe, alcohol and drug free enviroment where men can discover their own solution to their addiction. While founded on the principles of Twelve Step Recovery, we encourage men on any recognized path that supports recovery to participate. Gratitude Homes of Tampa is dedicated to facilitate emotional and spirital growth for every client. Our goal is to help addicts and alcoholics build a strong foundation to stand on while making their transistion back into society and becoming an active member of the recovery community. We offer twenty-four hour access to dedicated recovering staff, including an on-site administrator with over twenty-years as a licensed mental health/substance abuse professional.
We are located in the shadow of beautiful downtown Tampa, a short walk to the recently completed Riverwalk and the just under construction Julian B Lane park. Also within walking distances are several clubhouses providing AA and NA meetings throughout the day, Many of our residents are dealing with transportation challenges and our homes are served by no less that six different bus routes and there are grocery stores and restaurants within a short walk. We welcome men of all ages and backgrounds.
What to bring:Clothing: Dress for success is our goal. If you look good you will feel good. We recommend that you bring a limited amount of clothing. Washer and dryers are provided on property. Laundry soap is also provided. There is an iron available upon request.Shoes: Comfortable shoes are a plus, if your feet are comfortable, chances are you will also be confortable. Shoes must be worn at all times in the house and out on the porches. We recomend a pair of slippers.Identification: Make sure to have a valid photo ID. Also if you have health insurance please have a copy of your card.Smokers make sure to have your own cigarettes. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas. NO smoking in the house!
My clients don’t hit bottom; they live on the bottom. If we wait for them to hit bottom, they will die.
The obstacle to their engagement in treatment is not an absence of pain; it is an absence of hope