Halfway houses and sober homes provide the structure that many people need to overcome their addictions. With direct accountability and around the clock supervision, as well as an atmosphere that is conducive to recovery, a sober living home is recommended to addicts and alcoholics in early recovery. South Florida is the recovery capital of the United States, with accessible treatment options and a warm year-round temperature, along with a festive atmosphere and many sober activities. Our Life Change Recovery sober living homes are in Palm Beach County, the heartland of South Florida.
Transitional Living in Palm Beach County
Let’s go over what to expect in our transitional living homes in Palm Beach County, which are available for males and females, located in Delray Beach and Lake Worth, Florida. We’ve created these halfway houses to be comfortable and recovery-oriented, so that you can have the highest chance at lasting success.
If you are interested in becoming part of our recovery family, then you must be serious about maintaining your sobriety. To get started on your journey to lasting sobriety with Life Change Recovery then you must respect the rules we’ve put in place for the residences to ensure the environment is safe, comfortable, and clean for everyone to live in and enjoy equally. We want to know that your sobriety is always protected and that you’re staying vigilant, therefore random drug screens will be conducted to keep our recovery homes drug-free and conducive to the path to positivity. Individuals under our guided care can expect to feel increasing levels of personal accomplishments, self-esteem, self-sufficiency along with confidence so that there is progress toward the ultimate goal of full independence along with a strong foundation for your recovery, grown from a twelve-step based program in a safe sober living environment.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our Life Change Recovery specialists and we will create a plan of action that is tailored to fit your specific needs. If you or a loved one struggle with addiction, we can assist you in placement in an intensive outpatient (IOP) program.