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Right Side of the Tracks

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The Basics

Right Side of the Tracks is a sober living facility based out of the Delray Beach and Boynton Beach areas of southern Florida. Right Side of the Tracks is owned and operated by Ron Brito, who has been a member of the AA fellowship for over 30 years, along with his wife, Joanne. The residence offers comfortable and stable housing options along with a steady foothold within the AA and NA communities. Services are available to both men and women who are new to recovery and need a supportive environment.

Accommodations and Amenities

Men and women live in separate facilities in quiet residential neighborhoods within the family friendly communities of Boynton and Delray Beach. Each of the locations are single story homes broken up into suites that have four or eight to each house. These are fully furnished double occupancy units with private bathrooms, cable TVs in the living rooms and bedrooms, fully stocked kitchens with a breakfast bar, and high speed Internet.

There is also a security system in place in all locations, washers and dryers on site, and outdoor patios with seating areas. Some of the properties also have a swimming pool and fruit trees. Clients are provided with a parking space and the backyards have BBQs for grilling and cooking out.

Rules and Regulations

As with all sober living homes, Right Side of the Tracks forbids any use of drugs or alcohol while living in the homes, and conducts regular drug screenings. All incoming clients have to have a minimum of six months sober before they are able to move in. After six months of sobriety, clients are also granted overnight passes, and no one who isn’t sober is allowed to visit the premises.

Clients are expected to attend an AA or NA meeting every day and obtain a sponsor,. They also required at weekly house meetings held on Monday evenings. These meetings are mandatory of all clients who have less than one year in sobriety.

There are chores that every client is required to complete around the house, and everyone is responsible for keeping their rooms clean. All residents must adhere to a curfew too. Newer clients have a 10 pm curfew on weeknights, and midnight on the weekends, while those who have been at the residence for a while can have 11 pm and 1 am as their curfews. In addition, newer clients have to text the owner of the house every evening to let them know that they are home.

Clients are also expected to either be in school or working during their stay, unless they are attending some sort of a treatment program during the day.

In Summary

The idea behind the success of living at Right Side of the Tracks comes from the fact that the owners have been living in recovery for over 30 years and knows what it takes to make it. It is highly structured and clients are expected to be accountable for themselves. In return, they provide a safe and nice place to live along with the support of the other housemates.

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Right Side of the Tracks Cost: $850 (per month). Reach Right Side of the Tracks by phone at (561) 350-0765.

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