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Our Men’s Residential Program provides services for those dealing with behavioral health issues, such as substance abuse, mental health and other co-occurring disorders. Private pay or insurance accepted.
We offer a variety of services to best fit your needs, including:
- Short term/long term residential programs
- Case management
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Psycho-educational groups
- Individualized treatment planning
- Employment skills groups
- Assistance with job placement
- 12 Step Recovery groups
Each individual has a hand in their treatment planning to ensure that they get the most out of their program while they are here. Our staff works hard to guide clients to build a foundation that they can utilize once they move on. Utilizing a strength based, empowerment model is the key to guiding individuals to be successful upon completion of the program. And we know that you can be successful too.
Steven Agelidis, MSSW, MCAP, RCSWIClinical Supervisor, St. Cloud Residential Program
Steven Agelidis is the Clinical Supervisor for The Transition House St. Cloud Residential program. Mr. Agelidis was previously the Clinical Supervisor for The Transition House Kissimmee and the Florida Department of Corrections Therapeutic Community Programs, before spending time as a Program Supervisor in Polk County where he developed and implemented a men’s transitional program.
He is a retired Baltimore City Firefighter and former Health and Safety Supervisor for General Motors Corporation. Mr. Agelidis is a graduate of the University of Maryland and holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work with a specialization in Mental Health. He is a Certified Supervised Counselor with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (CSC-AD) and is a certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor through the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC ADC). He holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling and is a Master Certified Addiction Counselor (MCAP).
Steven enjoys spending his free time volunteering at church, hiking, gardening and learning to golf.