Transitional Housing at Tranquil Shores
Transitional Housing in Florida
After treatment, transitioning back to daily life in the community is a critical time for those in recovery to receive needed support and help with guidance into their new lives. Tranquil Shores can confidently provide this with our new Transitional Housing in Florida!
About Our Transitional Living Program
Safe, sober housing is crucial for newly recovering alcoholics and addicts. Tranquil Shores' drug abuse treatment center, located on a barrier island off of Florida's west coast, offers a comprehensive program that includes:
- a safe, sober living environment
- weekly meetings with a personal recovery mentor
- community support
- staff support from our licensed and certified experts
We maintain a 3:1 client-to-counselor ratio, making sure that you get the personal help you need. Transitional housing space is limited and acceptance to this program is based upon availability.
In addition, clients must qualify by completing one of our substance abuse treatment programs and demonstrating that they are stable in their recovery. This program is not a substitute for substance abuse treatment.
Residents living in our transitional housing are required to work towards gainful employment and establish a healthy, sober support system. To also encourage ongoing growth in recovery, each client is given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational therapy groups.
Transportation, a gym membership, and a great space to live right on the water are just a few of the features of our new program.
If you’re considering our treatment program, know that you will have the same opportunities for transitional living through Tranquil Shores as our current residents.
Certified Recovery Residences
Tranquil Shores Community Housing is certified by Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR). The Association verifies and monitors the standards of community-based and residential living settings in the state of Florida. All certified residences are required to have a direct link to file a grievance with the Florida Association of Recovery Residences on their website.
File a Grievance with FARR: https://farronline.info/grievance
To learn more about our addiction treatment and transitional living programs, contact us online or give us a call at (727) 888-6623. We would be happy to discuss your options with you during a free, confidential phone call.