Key West, Florida Joins Best Halfway House Recovery Network, Helping People Seek Further Recovery from Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Best Halfway House, a sober house resource network bringing resources to individuals that have completed drug and alcohol addiction treatment, is now in the Key West area.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 21, 2013
Best Halfway House is proud to inform people in the Key West, Florida area that its sober housing resource network is ready to help people keep working on their recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Best Halfway House works hard to deliver solid sober house selections for men and women in the area.
These sober houses that Best Halfway House selects must meet key criteria. They need to be clean and well maintained, plus they must have structure and accountability measures in place. Some houses have pools and other nice amenities. All houses are located along public transportation lines and close to 12-step meeting locations.
Halfway houses are sober living environments where people in recovery can live in a drug-free environment with other people on the same life track. The importance of choosing a good sober home cannot be overlooked as it helps set the foundation of a lifelong recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Equally important as a good place to live is what one does with their life in recovery. Best Halfway House can help with job placements in the area and even help their residents get back into school to complete their degree.
People can go to extended care, also known as Intensive Outpatient Treatment, where residents are able to continue their drug treatment therapy after leaving a residential treatment center. All South Florida sober living homes have house managers to help newer residents get comfortable.
To learn more about the Best Halfway House Recovery Network, visit their website at http://besthalfwayhouse.com or call them at (800) 335-9720.
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