Addiction Treatment Housing in Palm Beach Gardens, FL


Supportive Housing

On-site housing can be the best place to fight your addiction and form a support group for your future. At Better Tomorrow Treatment Center, you’ll find high-quality addiction treatment housing where you will feel safe and cared for however you need. Our housing is great for each of our programs, so come to our center in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, to start your journey to recovery.

What Our Housing Offers

Our recovery housing is equipped with all you need to smoothly transition to a new stage of life. Not only do the homes include an equipped kitchen and living area, but also they are pet friendly, so you don’t have to leave behind a valuable member of your support team. Depending on the home, you may also enjoy outdoor recreational areas and even swimming pools.

Our housing is designed to help you cultivate skills and relationships that will carry you through your addiction recovery. And when you live in an addiction treatment home, you’ll experience:

  • Less temptation: Our homes are substance-free, meaning you won’t have to worry about the temptation to fall back into your addiction.
  • Better support: You’ll share your home with others who are also recovering from addiction, so you’ll have support from people who understand your experiences.
  • Opportunities for growth: By living in a treatment home, you’ll have the chance to continue to grow personally by caring for yourself and supporting others in the home.


We make sure our treatment housing has what you need to participate in your recovery and prepare for the next stage of your journey.


What We Want to Accomplish

With our housing options, we want to help you find the strength you need to leave your addiction behind. That’s why our housing is only one part of our recovery programs. Whether you alone are struggling or you and a spouse need help, we have a variety of programs to fit your needs.

Call us at 1-561-828-4140 to learn more about our housing opportunities.

It is the policy of Better Tomorrow Treatment Center to ensure that individuals applying for or receiving substance abuse services are guaranteed the protection of fundamental human, civil, constitutional and statutory rights, including those specified in section 397.501(1-10), F.S. Consumers and family members are to be educated on their rights and responsibilities and the grievance system available for resolution of conflicts. Grievance submission forms shall be available to all consumers and family members. Staff is to be educated on the importance of consumer’s basic rights and the grievance protocols. Procedures shall include specific levels of appeal with corresponding time frames for resolution, timely receipt of a filed grievance, and logging and tracking of filed grievance until resolved. Written notification of the decision shall be provided to the consumer. Performance Improvement protocols shall include an analysis of trends to identify opportunities for improvement.

Clients will be advised of the grievance procedure upon entry to the facility. The client will obtain a copy of the grievance procedure and will sign a copy for their client record. Clients will be instructed to follow these steps in order to file a grievance:

Better Tomorrow Treatment Center will at all times display a Grievance Policy and Procedure poster with the following information in the office and in conspicuous locations in each housing unit. Clients may also file a grievance with FARR using the link on our website.

  1. 1. Abuse Registry: 1-800-96 ABUSE. (1-800-962-2873)
  2. 2. DCF Local Office:1-561-227-6680; FARR office: 561-299-0405
  3. 3. Office of Disabilities: 1-800-342-0823
  4. 4. Upon admission to the facility, consumers will be oriented to the grievance protocol. Orientation to the procedure to be noted in the progress notes.
  5. 5. Upon hire, staff is oriented on the Better Tomorrow Treatment Center grievance protocol. Documentation indicating employees acknowledge the grievance protocols is to be maintained in the personnel file.
  6. 6. Grievances are to be tracked and incorporated into the Continuous Quality Management protocol.
  7. 7. Protocol:
    1. a. Staff/Consumers may document any concerns they have on the Grievance Forms provided in the lobby of the therapeutic office.
    2. b. Completed Grievance Forms are to be placed in an envelope and sealed.
    3. c. Sealed envelopes are to be given to the Chief Executive Officer or designee
    4. d. Chief Executive Officer or designee is to review the grievance issue with the individual who has the concern within 5 days.
    5. e. If the concern is in regard to the Chief Executive Officer or designee, the grievance form may be submitted to the Clinical Administrator/Director.
  8. 8. If the complaint is resolved at the facility level, the staff will sign off on the Client Grievance Form. All appropriate management will review and sign off on the Client Grievance Form if required. A client will not be penalized in any way for filing a grievance.
  9. 9. Know that every client has the right to contact the Florida Department of Children and Families and FARR if they believe they have been exploited, abused or neglected (1-800-96-Abuse) or to file a complaint against your treatment provider you may call the local DCF Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office @ 561-227-6680 and/or the Office of Disability Florida @ 1-800- 342-0823 and/or FARR office: 561-299-0405.

File a Grievance with FARR