Real Recovery LLC

Transitional Housing
Saint Petersburg, FL
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5401 1st Ave S.
Saint Petersburg, FL - 33707

(727) 290-9156 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one patrickslattery5@hotmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Real Recovery LLC

It's Mission To provide a safe and stable recovery environment with strong community support system to help men to successfully transition in the real world.  Real Recovery provide their residents with the opportunity to create a solid foundation for their recovery. Their program provides the accountability and community support that is essential for long term sobriety.  They believe that community and a respectable environment encourage a healthier way of life. They can provide their clients with the solid foundation they will need to heal and grow in their recovery. Their house managers and staff do more than enforce house rules and ensure clients’ safety. They too offer guidance and support from their own experiences as recovering addicts and alcoholics. They believe that living in a sober community provides their clients the opportunity to create relationships with other recovering addicts and alcoholics. Their goal is for individuals to transition from treatment to living in the real world. Hours Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm 

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  1. Im struggling with addiction to Heroin and meth. I just got released from prison and need help getting my life together posted March 30, 2019
  2. Currently in treatment. Want to stay sober. No home and no job yet. posted April 21, 2019
  3. Alcohol and about 3 years with periods of 2-3 weeks sober posted August 13, 2019
  4. I have struggled with multiple drugs from opiates to cocaine. It has been an on going problem for 3-5 years posted August 16, 2019
  5. opiate addiction, 7 years. Currently in treatment. posted March 30, 2020
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