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The Sober Living by Tiffany Sober Living is a unique transitional living home for individuals who are recovering from substance...
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Information about Sober Living in Miami Beach Florida

If you have never heard of it, maybe you should start looking into how to find sober living in Miami Beach Florida. This could be the answer to your prayers. The United Way is a great place to start looking if you have not found what you are looking for. The United Way of Greater Miami Beach works hard to help the unfortunate in need of a better life by connecting them with resources that will help them find a better life. Here are some ways in which you can get involved. The United Way offers several resources including, but not limited to, a referral center, an emergency services phone line, a resource list, a national drug hotline, a resource directory, a shelter section, and a transitional housing program. Other local non-profit agencies also offer programs that offer free resources for those that are in need of a place to live after recovering from addiction. A great place to start would be the South Florida Action Agenda (SFA Action), which has a listing of halfway houses, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment centers, military housing, and sober living communities in the county. There are also many private agencies that offer recovery programs as well, many of which are halfway houses or residential treatment centers, but offer no daycare and usually require you to be in attendance when they run a program. If you are looking for a place to live after you have recovered from your drug addiction, you may want to check out the Transitional Living Systems in Coral Gables, which offers housing options that are in a transition phase between existing housing and a higher stage of “life transition”. These types of halfway houses are usually equipped with meeting rooms, group meeting spaces, laundry facilities, doctor on call, security, fire stations, 24-hour staff, playgrounds, swimming pools, tennis courts, a library, a gym, and a green house. Many of these transitional living homes also offer professional services from counselors and therapists that may be needed once the person has completed their recovery and are living back on their own. This is an excellent place for individuals that need to get back into society, but are not ready to move into a full time care facility.