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Women's Halfway House: Best Sober Living Home

Foundations to Freedom is a non-profit corporation, that opened in March 2021 providing safe, comfortable, and nurturing recovery housing for individuals to grow in their recovery and lay the foundation to reach a higher level of wellness. As a community-based non-profit, Foundations is committed to extending a helping hand to every qualified applicant who sincerely desires recovery.

Halfway House for Women: A Place of Healing and Hope

Welcome to Foundations to Freedom, a beacon of hope and transformation to a journey of recovery.  At our residences in Florida, we understand the challenges and complexities associated with substance use and recovery, and we are here to guide each client towards a life of healing and lasting change.


Foundations’ mission is to provide individuals seeking recovery from substance use disorders with a safe, structured, and supportive home-like environment that fosters recovery, personal growth, and civic responsibility.

Foundations’ goal is to help each, and every client reclaim their dignity and acquire the knowledge, skills, support, and resources they will need to maintain a drug-free, purposeful, and productive life.

As a community-based non-profit, Foundations’ commitment is to extend a helping hand to every qualified applicant who sincerely desires recovery.


At Foundations, our culture is rooted in respect, accountability, compassion, and fellowship. As members of this vibrant community and as an organization, we are committed to creating and maintaininga positive, professional, and healthy environment. This space is inclusive, inviting all to contribute meaningfully to one another, our clients, and the broader community, ensuring a legacy of impact and empowerment.

Through every interaction and initiative, we strive to embody these core values, shaping a supportive network that champions recovery, personal growth, and collective well-being. Our dedication lights the path toward a brighter, more hopeful future for all we serve.

Why our Women's Sober Living Home is the Best Option for Recovery

At Foundations To Freedom, we provide homes for women in recovery. Our goal is to instill life skills that will help recover individuals while living in our sober homes in Florida and be of value when clients re-integrate into mainstream society. Here are a few reasons why our structured environment is the best facility. Foundations’ goal is to help each client reclaim their dignity, acquire knowledge, skills, support, network, and resources the will need to maintain a substance-free, purposeful, and productive life.  Foundations encourages clients to reach out to staff; on-site staff are available to assist clients develop and execute their own personalized recovery plan, including an exit plan to return to the community.

Foundations’ offers a three-phase program curriculum: 

Phase I:

Each client is provided with a Case Manager who creates an individual case plan based on the specific client recovery needs.  The client will create a recovery support system, participate in daily mutual support groups, obtain legal documentation, write their personal life-story, and share it with their Case Manager.  Each client will become gainfully employed, perform daily chores, and all clients must pass random urinalysis and breathalyzer testing.

Phase II:  

The client continues every goal from Phase I, and the client continues to work closely with their Case Manager to set and attain new goals for their recovery journey.  Clients work with a sponsor, obtain a home group, serve in their mutual support group, volunteer in the community, and examine the person they were and who they want to become.  These goals may take about three to four months, and the client is ready for Phase III.

Phase III:

The client continues with the previous goals as outlined in Phases I and II.  The client will begin to work with their Case Manager on their individual exit plan, and the client will set an example for the new clients arriving at Foundations.  The client will have a developed recovery support network, understand themselves, and continue to be an active participant in a mutual support group.


Prior to graduation, the Foundations staff and the client will determine external community resources that will support the client as they integrate back into the community.  These services may include mental health and physical healthcare, peer recovery support services, sponsorship, and educational institutions.

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How much does it cost to live in our transitional living homes?

Currently, Foundations to Freedom does not take anyone on the MAT program. An individual must be completely clean of all substances upon admission. We also currently do not admit a convicted sex offender or anyone with severe mental health and violent criminal background.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for more in-depth information on the cost of residing in a recovery residence. Our knowledgeable team will happily assist you and provide all the necessary details.

Our non-profit organization provides a safe and supportive living environment for recovering women. We aim to help our residents transition to a healthy and independent lifestyle.

If you want to explore all our homes and discover the path to healing, click here to learn more about our comprehensive treatment programs.

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Mandatory Requirements

In order to be accepted into a Foundation’s house, a person must meet the following mandatory requirements:

• Must pay weekly house fees.
• Must pay a one-time intake admissions fee at intake.
• Most commit to recovery for at least twelve (12) months.
• Must pass a breathalyzer and urinalysis test upon admission.
• Must complete all intake forms, including application and liability waivers.
• Must express a desire and willingness to enter and remain in abstinent based recovery.
• Must participate in all peer groups and volunteer for all fundraising activities.
• Must have a willingness to attend a daily approved mutual support meeting (AA/NA/Faith Based Programs).
• Must have a job, be actively seeking employment, attend outpatient program, or be involved in a community service or volunteer work during the workday.
• Must maintain complete abstinence from all substances that are mind or mood altering (certain prescription drugs may be acceptable and are discussed at the time of intake.
• Must agree to have their belongings searched, including their person, cell phone, luggage, and automobile.  If any unacceptable items are found, the individual agrees to the items being destroyed or removed from the property.

Clients are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner and show respect for each client and staff. Foundations’ houses strive to maintain a respectful environment that is built on honesty and trust.  

Foundations focuses on each client’s individual growth to include core principles that are important to the well-being of each client.  

Client’s will:

  • Conduct themselves honestly and ethically.  
  • Treat everyone with dignity and respect.  
  • Not threaten or commit acts of physical or emotional abuse.  
  • Not engage in harassment.  
  • Strive for continued growth and self-improvement through education and training.
  • Value diversity and non-discrimination. Maintain a substance free environment.
  • Protect the privacy and personal rights of each client.  
  • Maintain an environment that promotes a good-neighbor policy for our surrounding neighborhoods and the community.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question that is not answered here, please feel free to contact us.

Halfway houses are transitional living spaces for individuals recovering from addiction, meant to serve as a bridge between an inpatient facility and full independence. They provide a supportive environment where residents can continue to recover while reintegrating into society.

Yes, our facility welcomes visitors as part of our commitment to maintaining family connections and support networks, which are crucial for recovery.

The primary goal of a halfway house is to provide a safe, structured, and supportive environment that fosters recovery, personal growth, and civic responsibility. They aim to help residents maintain sobriety, acquire life skills, and reintegrate into society as productive members.

Living in a halfway house means participating in a structured program that supports the early stages of recovery from addiction. Residents are typically required to engage in recovery activities, maintain sobriety, and often contribute to the community through employment or volunteer work.