Artesian Transitional Houses

Transitional Housing
Stuart, FL
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3385 SE Evergreen Ave
Stuart, FL - 34997

(772) 261-1193 Click to call There are 4 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Go to Facebook

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About Artesian Transitional Houses

FARR Certified - Residences Florida Association of Recovery Residences. Artesian Transitional Housing program is based upon a twelve-step spiritual program Located in Stuart, is a sober community that is dedicated to help people succeed in their Recovery. Amenities: Men’s and Women’s Units -Fully Furnished Full kitchens, Flat screen TV’s and Internet Laundry facilities in each unit Community events and BBQs Access to personalized outpatient programs Alumni program On property AA/NA meetings

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There are 4 reviews

Anonymous - Jun 30, 2019

Hello, I would like to know if you have any transitional housing, 3/4 house or whichever, and how you charge for the rent? Thank You

Anonymous - Apr 19, 2020

The Staff at Artesian is professional,& courteous, while maintaining rules that help the residents gain the tools needed to return to a productive life. The apartments are comfortable, centrally located & fully equipped. I especially commend Kat, Barb & Yvonne. They helped make it possible for me to get healthy & return home.

Anonymous - Apr 20, 2020

I was a resident for six weeks post in patient 28 days. I am beyond grateful to have been able to attend & develop skills to enable me to return to my home & daily living. We all signed a contract on admission & if we followed the rules Artesian was an excellent next step for me. Kat, Barb & Yvonne were no nonsense, kind & communicative. If you respected them They respected you. They were there to support residents, answer questions & prepare you for the rest of your life.

Anonymous - May 10, 2020

hello my name is jessica i'm in recovery village for the moment i get out on the 20 of this month i was wondering if you guys have any available beds

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  4. My brother is in New Horizons inpatient treatment right now. He gets out in 4 days so I am trying to find him a sober living house to live in. He has been using alcohol 25 years posted January 26, 2020
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  1. I was a resident for 6 weeks post 28 day in patient. I attended PHP while there posted April 20, 2020
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  1. The office staff was courteous. Professional, tough but fair. You knew what was expected & if you cooperated & filled requirements which were on your admission papers it was a wonderful place to work in the skills needed to achieve success after returning to independent living. Kat, Barb & Yvonne were excellent, supportive and always communicated with posted April 20, 2020
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