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Mens Recovery at Oak Tree Delray

Transitional Living in Delray Beach, FL

Oak Tree Delray finds it critical that those in the recovery industry should be more aware of the need for additional gender specific programs. Recovery is not a "cookie-cutter" process. Therefore, the recognition and understanding of individual men's goals, issues and solutions are the key to fostering long-term growth.

Our men's home is located only moments from downtown Delray Beach, which is home to many boutiques, shops, and fine dining. The community is very recovery friendly providing many employment opportunities as well as hundreds of meetings within walking distance. With many activities available in this beach town, you are sure to find your new life of sobriety to be enjoyable.

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing your transitional living is staff. Our caring and compassionate staff is available 24 hours a day. We understand that recovery happens round the clock, we've been there and we are here to help. Our focus is to provide and encourage positive solutions for any situation that arises in your early recovery.

Your new found freedom doesn't have to be tough and uncomfortable. Call today to check availability and have your assessment completed. We look forward to hearing from you!

Don't Be Fooled by anyone in this business. We are here to help you find your recovery and assist you with engaging in the process of getting better. If you need help finding a sober living facility in Delray Beach or anywhere in the area (i.e. Palm Beach county, West Palm Beach, Lantana, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Ft. Lauderdale, Deerfield Beach, or even Miami) be sure to contact us today. There are a multitude of choices in sober living homes in this area. We want to make sure that you make it in to one of the good ones. We are here to help.

Resident Expectations:
1. Resident is expected to remain drug/alcohol free throughout their stay. Refusal to submit to drug/alcohol screening will be considered a violation of this expectation. There is a zero-tolerance on this expectation. Your residency will be terminated if violated.
2. Resident is to maintain a regular 12-step meeting attendance. We strongly suggest that you attend one meeting per day in the first 90 days, then 5 meetings per week thereafter.
3. Resident is expected to obtain a sponsor within the first two weeks of residency and be working with that sponsor on a daily basis throughout their stay.
4. Resident is expected to obtain phone numbers from addicts/alcoholics with at least one year of sobriety and maintain a call regimen of at least 5 calls per day to these persons. This should be achieved within the first three weeks.
5. Resident is expected to refrain from fighting, threatening, gambling and stealing. There is a zero-tolerance with any of these actions or behaviors. Your residency will be terminated if violated.
6. Members of the opposite sex are strictly prohibited from the property at all times. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you are arranging transportation, they need to pick you up at the curb.
7. Resident is expected to be working, in school, or volunteering a minimum of 25 hours per week. If you are enrolled in an outpatient program, day treatment or the like, please advise staff ahead of time so exceptions can be made.
8. Resident is expected to maintain proper cleanliness of the home. Daily and weekly chores are to be completed before you leave the house or 12:00 noon, whichever comes first. Personal space is to be kept neat and clean.
9. Resident is expected to attend the weekly in-house community meeting.
10. Resident is expected to adhere to the curfew they are on based upon which phase level he/she is on.
11. Overnight passes are available after 90 days of residency and only with approval of the Director. Any resident that does not comply with have their residency terminated.
12. Resident is expected to have common courtesy and respect for others in the home. Each individual is encouraged to place principles before personalities. We are all in this recovery together.

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If you or someone you love is facing a drug addiction, it is not something that should be done alone. We can help.

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