Sober living homes are built for the treatment and recovery of people recovering from substance abuse, serving as an interim environment between rehab and mainstream society and Florida’s #1 provider of such service, Great Awakening Inc. has recently announced the opening of additional halfway houses and sober homes across the state.
As part of the organization’s plan to make the society safer and healthier by helping persons suffering from substance abuse fully integrate back into the society, Great Awakening Inc. has opened another state-of-the-art facility in Florida in addition to the already existing West Palm Beach halfway houses.
Over the years, Great Awakening has been following through with its mission of providing a clean and comfortable sober home for patients of substance abuse in Florida, allowing them to meet friends and ensure their smooth and safe transition into the person they were made to be.
The organization currently has halfway houses scattered across Florida and its environs with some of the locations including Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Wellington, Boca Raton and of course, West Palm Beach Halfway House.
Great Awakening thanks its team of qualified and experienced physicians and psychologists, offers a wide range of services from residential treatment models to long-term recovery residences, in accordance with the FARR’s statement that affirms the necessity of a continuous care to adequately address the total needs of recovering persons.
About Great Awakening Inc.
Great Awakening Inc. is a leading provider of state-of-the-art treatment and recovery services for patients of substance abuse. Headquartered in Florida, the organization delivers excellent services by building quality halfway houses across the state of Florida, bringing quality care closer to persons that need it.
The organization was founded by Mike Cirillo, a former patient of substance abuse that was able to get over his condition thanks to support from his friends and a support group. The Great Awakening is part of his contributing back to the society and he has Carol Webbe, popularly regarded as “mom away from home”, as the home manager.