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Sponsored by Better Way of Miami, Inc, Thriving Mind South Florida and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families.


Better Way of Miami, Inc. complies with state and federal nondiscrimination laws and policies that prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or transgender status. It is unlawful to retaliate against individuals or groups on the basis of their participation in a complaint of discrimination or on the basis of their opposition to discriminatory practice.


Better Way of Miami , Inc. cumple con las leyes y las políticas estatales y federales de no discriminación que prohíben la discriminación por motivos de edad, color, discapacidad, nacionalidad , raza, religión, sexoorientación sexual, identidad de género, o estado transgénero. Es ilegal tomar represalias contra individuos o grupos en función de su participación en una queja de discriminación o basado en su oposición a la práctica discriminatoria.

 

Better Way of Miami, Inc. konfòme li avèk lwa ak politik nasyonal diskriminasyon leta ak federal ki entèdi diskriminasyon ki baze sou laj, koulè, andikap, orijin nasyonal, ras, relijyon, sèks, oryantasyon seksyèl, idantite seksyèl, oswa
estati transganr Li ilegal pou fè vanjans kont moun oswa gwoup sou baz patisipasyon yo nan yon plent kont diskriminasyon oswa sou baz opozisyon yo a pratik diskriminatwa.

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Residential Treatment

Social and recreational activities teach clients to have fun without the use of chemicals. Vocational staff provide vocational assessments and assist clients to prepare for the world of work as well as to explore the need for training or education for improved employ-ability skills. Full day programs are structured to support and educate the client as they begin the process of change.

 

To advance clients must accomplish the following:

  • They must accomplish a prescribed percentage of their treatment plan goals.
  • They must remain drug and alcohol free.
  • They must be involved in 12 Step recovery activities.
  • They must demonstrate readiness for employment, and a more independent living situation.
  • They must develop a plan for continuing treatment and housing which must be approved by the treatment team.

 

Capacity: 55
Average Length of Stay: 61 days

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