Real Recovery is more than a structured, drug-free environment designed to help recovering men who are serious about building a better life, free from the shackles of alcoholism and addiction.
We’re a community of strong like-minded individuals that are passionate about lifting each other out of the depths of despair by focusing on 12-Step fundamentals, building healthy relationships, and developing ourselves personally and professionally to achieve a purpose-filled sober life.
We have multiple sober living homes for men throughout the Tampa Bay area. Our goal is to create an environment that promotes accountability, honesty, and long-term recovery. Our community helps build a strong foundation in early recovery so clients can create a new way of life that is full of adventure and fun without drugs or alcohol.
24/7 access to onsite recovery experts that provide guidance, support, and accountability when it matters most
Newly renovated living spaces, with granite kitchen countertops, modern appliances, and ample pantry space
Washer and dryers on site
Spacious living and dining room areas
Large comfy leather couches, high speed internet, and HD smart TVs in each living room to relax and watch football or your favorite Netflix series
Large industrial grill always filled with propane, ready for you to show off your barbecue skills
Great location with essential shops and 12-step meetings nearby (3 AA meetings on the property)
Conveniently located by major transit routes
Hundreds of available job opportunities nearby
15 mins from Pasco-Hernando State College
Random breathalyzer and drug tests (2x per week)
Sober Living Program Costs
$800 due on the first business day of each month
One time $150 administration fee due during intake
Utilities are included with program fees (electricity, water, high-speed internet, cable, and trash)
All drug and breathalyzer testing are included as part of the monthly program fee
Monthly barbecues, cookouts, and holiday dinners are complimentary
Free monthly gym pass (must attend 3x per week to remain eligible)