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Solare Houses III

Residence Information
Location Pompano Beach, Florida
Broward County
Level II
Date Established 12/01/2014
Type of Structure Single family
Priority Population Women
Recovery Path 12 Step, Faith-based
Abstinence Based? Yes
Number of Bedrooms 4
Number of Bathrooms 2
Number of Units 1
Rent or Program Fees
Rent is Billed Weekly
Shared Room Amount $170
Private Room Amount $170
Administrative Fees $80
Deposit Amount $355
First & Last Amount $0
Pro-rated Amount $0
Client Fund Management No
Food Included? No
Residence Contact Info
Manager Name JordanMcCarthy
Manager Phone
Manager Email jordan.mccarthy29@yahoo.com


Residence Profile

Solare Houses are structured clean and sober homes for women who are in recovery from alcohol or drugs or both. All our living environments are single family homes in good neighborhoods, and they are managed entirely by women. One part of the structure we provide to promote a strong foundation of recovery is a five-phase system. It allows each woman to build toward independence and freedom gradually, advancing the strength of her recovery with each phase. The Solare Houses staff supports and encourages her every step of the way. We have weekly speaker meetings and relapse prevention discussions. The women living at Solare Houses are required, for their own benefit, to attend Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Cocaine Anonymous meetings daily and to engage in the Twelve Steps with a sponsor. (We know this is important because those who both attend meetings and live in structured recovery homes have 75% fewer relapses over a two-year period.) But we know that recovery is more than just meetings, so we help each woman set and achieve their own educational, occupational, and recovery-oriented goals. To ensure the safety of the community, we perform random drug tests on all women residing with us. Mandatory curfews are used to ensure that women are home at a safe hour and getting healthy sleep each night. To promote strong recovery and the stability of the living environment, we suggest that all residents stay with us for six months. We also partner with local inpatient and outpatient treatment, aftercare, and alumni programs to provide counseling and support as the need arises. In addition to all the structure, there is the sisterhood that grows between us. The women living at the Solare Houses are encouraged to support one another, and the staff provides daily encouragement and support to ensure continuous, long-term freedom from drugs and alcohol.