This Sunshine State tourist town was dubbed "the country's largest and most vibrant recovery community" by the New York Times in 2008. And despite some pushback from local officials -- including a 2009 ordinance that barred sober-living homes from residential neighborhoods -- the place still sees more than 5,000 people hit 300 different 12-Step meetings each week. Features like regular recovery radio shows, a recovery motorcycle club, and a coffeehouse with its own therapy group lend Delray Beach -- population just 64,000 -- the sobriety footprint of a much bigger city. Its compact size means sober fellows often cross each others' paths, and the tourism-based economy provides a plethora of entry-level jobs to help newly-recovering addicts get back on their feet. "This community is one big helping hand that is always open.
As a staff we possess years of knowledge and life experience with living clean and sober. We are dedicated to helping others find and achieve personal success. Our House Manager lives on property and is available 24/7 to assist residents. We also provide transportation to meetings, as needed.
Our primary goal is to help those in need, to recover from the insanity of this disease. We are dedicated to our own recovery and wish the same for our residents.
The disease of addiction/alcoholism affects all family members.
As a staff, we will provide support to the family.
WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS (VISA, MASTER OR DISCOVERY).
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Easy access to Beach, Gyms, Shopping, Buses,
Coffee Shops and 12 Step Meetings.
Mark J. Fanali, CEO/Owner: (310) 926-8163 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark is currently a professional in the treatment industry. He has a passion and desire to help the sick and suffering addicts/alcoholics get well. It was with this passion that he opened his halfway house. He is an active member in the recovery community and maintains high hopes for the success of each and every resident.
Gary Tresnowsky, House Manager: (954) 825-5507 email@example.com
Gary has been clean since March 17, 1979. He has consulted and worked with numerous treatment centers and halfway houses. As a former Licensed Addictions Therapist, Gary provides positive direction and encouragement to all the residents. He is well known within the recovery community and has a lot of connections that will help the residents transition back into society.
Mark's Place was founded by Mark Fanali. While living and working in Delray Beach, he observed a necessity for a halfway house that would provide a productive and safe environment for the addict/alcoholic in recovery.
Our goal is to help residents transition back into society while learning how to enjoy a clean and sober lifestyle by living the principles of a 12 Step program.
We set about to provide a drug and alcohol free living environment that is supportive and community based. We do not provide any treatment and we are strictly cash pay. We are transitional housing only.