Madeira Beach, FL: Tranquil Shores, a private drug and alcohol rehabilitation center located on a barrier island off of Florida’s west coast, has recently expanded its services by offering transitional housing.
Transitional housing is important to an addict’s recovery, because it could be the one factor ensuring that recovery will last. Studies involving hundreds of recovered addicts show a high relapse rate for those returning to an environment of substance abuse.
In contrast, the safe, structured, and supervised environment of transitional housing instills the habits of a sober lifestyle. This allows the recovered addict to transition into a happy, productive life, with recovery being life-long.
Chad Johnson, CEO, shared, “The transitional housing at Tranquil Shores helps recovering clients maintain their sobriety through supervision and support from our staff. This support includes regular meetings between client and a personal recovery mentor, support group meetings, and numerous opportunities in nearby communities for service jobs.”
Emphasizing that a sober life is an enjoyable life, Tranquil Shores’ transitional housing offers gym membership, internet and cable TV, food gift card, and access to public transportation, all in a beautiful, relaxing oceanside environment.
Transitional housing will be offered to those who have successfully completed Tranquil Shores’ treatment program, and who are employed, seeking employment, doing volunteer work, or students.
For more information, or to schedule a tour, call (727) 391-7001.