Primary Purpose Sober House

Transitional Housing
Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2458 South West 42nd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33317

(855) 817-6237 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@primarypurpose.us Website

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About Primary Purpose Sober House

Last-Modified: 2019-11-30 10:10:06

The original inspiration for wanting to create a structured sober living environment came from a mentor, with many years of experience helping addicts and alcoholics in the court rooms of Broward County. In an attempt to duplicate the success that he and his partner had attained, they began to set out on a course of vigorous action. Since their inception, they have exceeded their original plans and design. Primary Purpose Sober House has outgrown its original building of twenty clients, to now include six buildings at two different locations. What they started out as being one of the best small sober houses, has turned into a large group of addicts with still a singleness of purpose, regardless of their size. What was once a small candle bringing a point of light, has now become dozens of candles that light the entire way for many.

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Anonymous - Feb 21, 2019

I am looking for a sober house for my brother who is getting ready to leave rehab next week. He is 62 years old and we are looking for 6 months. We would like him to have his own room--do you have anything nice available?

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  1. cocaine have had the problem since i was 17 years old im 54. have been 64 days clean and sober posted May 29, 2019
  2. Alcohol. For 11 years with about 7 years clean time. some clean time. Sober now since June 27, 2019. Am in iOp at hope and grace and they shut down today. posted September 11, 2019
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