Based in Dover, Delaware, Serenity Place is a small halfway house and sober living for men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The facility was founded in the early 1990s by a group of recovering alcoholics who were looking for a safe and stable living environment while they transitioned back into society.
Accommodations and Amenities
The facility is comfortable home with a total of 10 beds available. Rooms are shared between two to three residents and come equipped with twin beds, dressers and closet space. Common areas include a living room with a TV, on-site laundry and a full kitchen. Residents are expected to prepare their own meals.
Rules and Regulations
Residents are required to get a job and maintain employment throughout their stay, as well as submit to regular and random drug testing, attend 12-step meetings and obey a basic house behavioral contract. Residents are also expected to keep their rooms and the common areas clean. The home also offers flexible lengths of stay.
Overall, Serenity Place is a standard transitional facility for men in early recovery. The requirement to attend 12-step meetings and follow a basic set of house rules helps men stay accountable and build skills for the outside world. Thanks to partial state funding, the program is very affordable and the lengths of stay are flexible, however, those with a dual diagnosis may need additional care. Otherwise, Serenity Place remains a worthy choice for men in the area.
327 Martin St
Dover, DE 19901
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