Real Recovery Women's Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Clearwater, FL
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2470 Sharkey Road
Clearwater, FL - 33765

(727) 614-9057 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. patrick@realrecoveryfl.com Website

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About Real Recovery Women's Sober Living

Real Recovery Florida is based on the 12-Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Features 8, two bedroom two bathroom Their goal is to provide women with structure and accountability while in early recovery. Keeping a job and/or furthering your education is something you are required to achieve during your time at Real Recovery. Incorporating the principles of 12 Step programs, meetings and steps add another level of accountability to help their residence’s rebuild their lives. Fees: $800 a month with a onetime $200 administration fee.

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Anonymous - Mar 1, 2019

I am in a recovery house in Philadelphia, I am looking to continue my recovery in a structured environment close to my recovery support system,

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