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Pure Life Sober Living Tampa FL 33624

Pure Life Sober Living provides "sober" living in a comfortable, peaceful setting for its residents. The mission of Pure Life...
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New Beginnings Of Tampa Tampa FL 33612

If you're ready to make a fresh start, learn how to live a new life and give your life over...
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Real Recovery Sober Living North Tampa Tampa FL 33613

If you are looking for a non-profit, residential treatment center for alcohol and drug addiction treatment, look no further than...
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Hanna House LLC Lutz FL 33549

The motto of the Sober Living Homes is "In harmony we are strong". For many years the Hanna House has...
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Gratitude Homes of Tampa Bay Tampa FL 33606

Gratitude houses of Tampa Bay are a unique way to find a peaceful place to live. They offer affordable housing...
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7 Summit Pathways Tampa FL 33619

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Information about Sober Living in University Florida

It is rather unfortunate that University Florida is the place you find transitional living. There are many UF students who have either lived on the streets for years, or chose this as a last resort when they were kicked out of their dorm. It is amazing that people can find this kind of a living, but they do. Whether it is University Florida’s Transitional Living aids or the many homeless people along the Florida panhandle, the need for temporary living is there. University of Florida in Gainesville also offers some transitional housing, as well as other similar schools like the University of Miami. The transitional housing you find will include such areas as government housing, assisted living complexes, halfway houses, hotels and military housing. If you look around you can probably find a few that suit your needs. Most transitional living places are small and have low vacancy rates. You can usually find at least one such place within a thirty minute drive, and that means you will not be driving cross country to find your new housing. Finding sober living in University Florida isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible either. It just takes a little bit of research and elbow grease. If you are in need of such a place to live, contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development in your area. They are more than willing to help you find a place on campus that suits your needs, and can even help place you in a house or apartment while you are attending University of Florida.