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​“I will take advantage of the opportunity to reclaim my life. 

I will experience freedom from the wreckage of my past.”

All About Ace

Frank Seidl, MBA,MS,BS
Phone: (727) 776-5336

Ace is much more then sober living, half way house or transitional house. Ace offers a structured housing program that promotes an alcohol and drug free environment for men and women.

Ace is a certified recovery residence as certified (Program I.D. 8102) by Florida Association of Recovery Residence (FARR) per requirements imposed by The Department of Children and Families (DCF)

We are located in New Port Richey, Florida. Occupants participate in 12-Step Recovery groups.

For the last 16 years Ace has provided structured supportive housing that enables homeless females and males with a history of substance abuse and/or some level of a disability to become productive, responsible and to make a successful transition into permanent housing. Many lack the ability or knowledge on how to progress with their lives in a productive manner. 

Ace provides a daily case management program, goal setting, nutrition, hygiene, exercise, budgeting and other life skills. Education, job skills, and employment is targeted. Ace also assists the clients in securing Identification, disability income, social services, attending to health concerns, coping and decision making skills and attending to house responsibilities. 

Clients progress towards four "R"s; Respect, Responsibility, Repetition and Recover.

The Ace current program is structured for the client to pursue and obtain employment or another productive activity within 60 days. Historically, over 90% of Ace clients have been able to achieve this outcome. For clients that complete the 6 months at Ace over 80% will move into stable or 
permanent housing.

Since many of the female's clients children are being taken care of by family rebuilding trust and relationships with family is imperative to the reunification process. Currently over 70% of females coming to Ace have domestic violence and over 60% have children. While at Ace 92% of females with children made positive progress with rebuilding the family relationships.

ACE Opportunities