Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.

2.9 (15 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
4300 SW 13th Street
Gainesville, FL 32608
3523745600 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Offering evidence-based treatment programs addressing mental health and addiction issues for adults and youth, Meridian offers detox, inpatient programs, day programs, intensive outpatient treatment and aftercare programs. Clients participate in customized individual, group and family counseling, serving a largely rural, regional population in Central Florida.

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Ashley

Meridian services are so-so, it\'s what you make of it. I will say inpatient CSU needs to be changed, not enough intake workers which forces you to wait for hours, which makes it dangerous for patient...

C

This place is a joke. If you\'re going there for a drug addiction, please don\'t go. The doctors don\'t care or just really seem like they don\'t care.

Ceda

This is the most slowest place I\'ve ever been to. Like today I watched this worker just sit in there office doing Nothing took this person hours before calling back Individual . They need to understa...

JC

Awful. I voluntarily signed up for one-on-one counseling in December, they scheduled my first appointment 3 weeks away. At which point, I had my picture, mugshot style, like I was a criminal. Was give...

Anonymous

If family trys to dump you off there, especially for kids they talk to you for hours. When they learn how bad their life is they don't do much but say sorry and call DCF who does nothing!

Anonymous

Strengths: Cleanliness Hospitality Helpful. Weaknesses: Nutrition Leisure time for patients. They never got my refils for prescription on time.

Anonymous

Clean. good staff but No follow up

Anonymous

A decent facility but needs better exercise and leisure activities as well as improved family participation.

Anonymous

Close to home. Sober 6 years.

KK

It's not the problem of the addict that has to be involved with process of a faculty to unite. I prefer Christian based facilities wherever that is. I am in recovery group outside facility housing. I ...

Anonymous

Most difficult psychiatrist I have had yet, and I have had three. She will charge you for everything she can and is very difficult to communicate with. Her office does not return your phone calls or y...

Vicki

I couldn't wait to leave. The staff was friendly but the downfalls included the cleanliness, understanding by the counselors of addiction the the inadequate supervision.

Anonymous

It was a place where I felt comfortable, food was good and staff were very friendly and attentive. When you asked for help with something they did not hesitate in helping. There were well organized pl...

Anonymous

Broad scope of service offered and treatment options.

Anonymous

Best available in area, that we know of.


Areas of Focus
HOPE Program

The HOPE Program assists homeless individuals experiencing a mental illness to become self sufficient by providing necessary services and supports. Treatment goals, services and objectives are primarily aimed at improving the individual's ability to function independently. All persons served are assigned a supportive housing specialist who will act as their advocate for the duration of the time they are enrolled in the program. Objectives are determined by the individual and the Supportive Housing Specialist. The specialist teaches direct skills and develops, identifies, links and coordinates all referrals to outside agencies. The HOPE Program is sponsored by a grant from Housing & Urban Development (HUD).

Adult Case Management

Case Management provides a single point of coordination to help individuals with severe and persistent mental illness identify services and/or supports they need; assist them in receiving person specific services and/or supports in order to maximize independence, quality of life and recovery. Individuals receive assistance utilizing personal strengths, preferences, and abilities. The person's cultural, religious, and educational background contributes in the recovery process.

Key Staff Members
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    Patricia Yates - Chairperson Gilchirst County

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    Sharon Gay - Vice-Chair Hamilton County