A Real Recovery Community
Middle River believes positive reinforcement through a strong tight-knit recovery community atmosphere. We have weekly house meetings where the community comes together to share about their personal progress and where we may be able to support them in their recovery. Many of our clients refer to the Middle River community as their “second family.” We know through experience house how often sober living houses treat their clients as a number, and not a person. Our staff is always on call to assist our clients with anything that may come up.
Middle River provides a safe, clean, secure environment for those who either desire to obtain, or currently maintain a sober lifestyle. A sober support group is the single most important tool to a recovering person, our community acts as a very stable support network for people early in recovery. We have seen the greatest success happen when people are actively engaged with their recovering peers and reaching out to make connections beyond their housing in to the local recovery community.
All of our apartments are held to a certain standard of tidyness and cleanliness. Beds are to be made every day, as well as general house chores like dishes, cleaning, trash etc. Our units are visited daily by staff and if standards are not met it is handled promptly and fairly by staff.
Our sober Living in East Fort Lauderdale is minutes from the downtown area, and walking distance to public transportation making it easy for our clients to get to work, IOP, and meetings.
Middle River Sober Living is located in Broward County, Florida, one of the nation’s leading areas for long term sobriety – with over 700 Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous 12 step meetings each week. We are located with 300 yards of the oldest AA Clubhouse in Fort Lauderdale, The 12 Step House established in 1949.
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Middle River Sober Living provides a safe, clean, structured sober living environment aimed at being a positive stepping stone in the journey of addicts and alcoholics in recovery.