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Danny D’s Sober Living – Hallandale Men’s House Hallandale Beach FL 33009

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Danny D's Sober Living in Hallandale Men's House has been providing transitional living homes for men in the Tampa area...
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Sober Living By Tiffany Miami FL 33162

The Sober Living by Tiffany Sober Living is a unique transitional living home for individuals who are recovering from substance...
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Recovery House 54 Sober Living Home of Hollywood FL Hollywood FL 33020

Recovery House 54 is a beautiful half way house on dania beach in south Florida. This property has been fully...
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THE LIGHTHOUSE CREW Fort Lauderdale FL 33315

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{T THE LIGHTHOUSE CREW Sober Living in Fort Lauderdale Florida is not a new concept. The Lowhouse Crew has been...
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Information about Sober Living in Pembroke Pines Florida

The first place you want to look for solutions on how to find Sober Living in Pembroke Pines Florida would be your local Human Society. The reason being is because this is where you can really get some basic assistance. You need to go there to ask for help. They will give you help looking for a new home or just some basic suggestions on what it would take for you to get off of alcohol and living a normal life. They might even be able to refer you to a professional counselor if you show signs of needing one. The next place to check would be your local halfway house. They may offer you housing for the duration of your rehab or they might be able to refer you to an alcohol rehab center in the area. The good thing about a halfway house is that you can sometimes get some extra money to afford your stay in an alcohol rehab center as a roommate, so don’t hesitate to ask if you have anyone who needs temporary living quarters during their treatment. Lastly, try talking to your doctor. There are support groups you can join and maybe he can send you to a special outpatient treatment center that he knows of. This would be better than living with friends in a hotel for the duration of your rehab.