Transitional Living in West Palm Beach

Image of a Kitchen at a West Palm Beach Halfway HouseThere is a Solution is a free intervention and transitional living referral service. Transitional living facilities, also known as halfway houses, recovery houses and sober living, are apartments or houses that are set up to help men and women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction transition back into life outside of treatment. The first few months in sobriety can be a vulnerable time for addicts and alcoholics. The structured environment provided by a transitional living facility can allow them get the support they need.

We don’t believe in a “one-size-fits-all” approach to choosing a transitional living facility. Different houses accommodate different individual needs. There are halfway houses that offer a more structured program while others provide a more laid back approach. Some people are able to do what they need to for their sobriety without someone telling them to; others need to be accountable to someone, especially in early sobriety, to ensure that they are making their meetings and working the steps and staying away from potentially triggering people, places and things. However, all the halfway houses we work with do require regular attendance of 12 Step meetings and random drug and alcohol testing. This is to make sure that the house offers a safe and recovery oriented environment that promotes sobriety.

The transitional living facilities in our network offer a variety of locations and amenities. Regardless of your financial situation, we can find a sober living facility for you. Some of the halfway houses we work with offer:

  • In-ground pools
  • Plasma TVs
  • Locations minutes from the beach
  • Pool tables
  • Weight rooms
  • Single Rooms
  • Access to one-on-one counseling and intensive outpatient treatment
  • Onsite laundry
  • Gym Memberships

If you are searching for a transitional living facility in West Palm Beach for you or a loved one, call There is a Solution today. We can provide you with information such as cost, location and amenities for multiple locations and arrange tours. In addition to finding you a transitional living facility, we also work with a large network of detoxes, treatment facilities, partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Our services are designed to help you at each step of the way.

You don’t have to go through this alone. The professional and knowledgeable staff at There is a Solution is there to help, at no cost to you. Call us 24/7 at 1-800-832-5250 to learn more about the services we offer.

Pot Addiction and the Long-Term Effects of Marijuana

Treatment for Marijuana Addiction

It is not uncommon for someone to underestimate the addictive qualities of pot. Many individuals mistakenly believe that it is not possible to develop a dependency on marijuana, or do not know  that habitual marijuana users will start having withdrawals if they abruptly stop using. Some believe that pot is only dangerous because it leads to harder drug use.

The fact is that it is estimated that between 10 and 30% of regular marijuana users will develop a dependency. While individuals who use drugs such as cocaine or heroin may progress much more quickly in their addiction, the long term effects of marijuana abuse can have devastating consequences. Long-term pot use can negatively impact cognitive abilities, mental health, relationships, physical health, and one’s career. It is important to remember that it is not what a person uses that makes them an addict, but what happens when they use and how it affects their life. If some abuses a substance—whether it’s cocaine, alcohol, prescription pills or pot—to the point where it is interfering with their daily lives, then it’s a problem and they should seek professional addiction treatment.

Someone who has developed an addiction to marijuana and tries to stop will experience certain withdrawal symptoms. Without a medically supervised detox and therapeutic intervention, many pot users will return to using to alleviate the withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms may include:

  • Insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Decreased Appetite
  • Drug Craving

There is a Solution is a treatment referral and intervention service. We work with a large network of drug and alcohol treatment facilities, including detoxes, inpatient treatment centers, intensive outpatient programs and sober living facilities. Each client we work with receives an individualized treatment plan that addresses his or her unique needs. The facilities we work with offer drug-specific treatments, including treatment specifically for marijuana addiction.

Call us today at 1-800-832-5250. We can answer any questions you may have about the treatment process and let you know what to expect. We can provide you with accurate, current information about multiple treatment facilities. If you are calling for a loved one that is struggling with a pot addiction, or any other type of addiction, our professional interventionists can help you in getting your loved one into treatment.

Each day you tell yourself, “It’s not that bad” or “maybe things will start to get better,” is another day you lose to you addiction. Call There is a Solution 24/7 at 1-800-832-5250.