Gracepoint & Foundation Info
Since 1949, Gracepoint has worked to become Tampa Bay’s leading provider of behavioral health solutions, dedicated to inspiring and creating life-changing wellness for every individual. As a full-continuum behavioral health provider of both inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse services, Gracepoint positively impacts the lives of more than 30,000 people each year.
More about Gracepoint:
- 600+ employees, operating 35 programs
- We received our FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) designation last year, we now offer primary medical services on our campus to support our patients. These efforts are growing and we will be expanding our health care options over the next two years.
- Our core focus areas continue to grow: mental health services (crisis inpatient and outpatient), substance abuse, medical services, and we now one of the largest providers of affordable/supportive housing (394 units) in Hillsborough County.
- New 24-Bed Womens Psychiatric Hospital will open in late 2023
- Number of licensed beds will grow to 142 in 2023
Gracepoint supports those who are confronting a significant social or mental health challenge in life and your support aides our effort in providing positive mental health and wellness throughout the greater Tampa area. To learn more about Gracepoint’s programs and services, click on the link: https://www.gracepointwellness.org
If Gracepoint can help you or someone in need, please call us at: (813) 272-2244
The Gracepoint Foundation supports unfunded and underfunded programs within Gracepoint where funding does not otherwise exist; as well as capital expenses related to improving patient care and program outcomes. We seek to partner with individuals and businesses in an effort to increase mental health awareness and provide quality behavioral health services to our community.
If YOU would like to make a difference and invest in mental health – support can happen several ways; through a financial contribution, sponsoring an event, supporting our endowment, serving as a board member, or in the form of in-kind donations or services.
It is our hope that our combined efforts can eliminate the stigma that keeps so many from getting the help they need.