"The primary admissions requirement is a desire to live a life free
from drug and alcohol abuse."
We accept any substance abuser who asks for help, with a few exceptions. Project SOAR admissions material states that the program does not discriminate or deny admission on the basis of ethnic group identification, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, race or any type of disability.
When considering placement for a family member, friend or loved one, insist on a State Certified Recovery Residence. Project SOAR is fully accredited and recognized by the State of Florida and the Florida Association of Recovery Residences. For a complete list of State Certified Recovery Residences, please click here
Our Program Specialist will obtain information about your background, including particular needs, medical history and short and long-term goals. Once we have had the opportunity to discuss this information with you, our Program Specialist will partner with our Program Coordinator to determine which residence will best suit your particular needs and goals. Contact a representative today at 954.900.9980 and press 0 for information regarding admissions and our intake process.
Prospective residents, family and/or referral sources are expected to arrange funding prior to admission. Scholarship opportunities are available through the Larry Bisnett Scholarship Fund. For information or to apply, please click here.
Rent is based on a sliding scale. Units range in price from $100.00 to $175.00 per week. In addition to rent, there is a one-time processing fee of $75.00 which is due upon move-in for all residents. Residents and their family have the opportunity to pay their rent online. You may reach a representative from our Resident Accounts & Billing Department by calling 954-900-9980 EXT 2, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by filling out a contact form here.
Resident Bill of Rights
- The right to confidentiality as provided for in Title 42, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 2; and Title 45, Parts 160 & 164.
- To get information from our program of the procedures to file a grievance or to appeal an early discharge from program.
- To be placed in a safe, healthful group environment.
- To be free from verbal, emotional, physical abuse, and/or inappropriate sexual behavior.
- To be given dignity in contact with staff.
- To express personal preference regarding case manager, counselor or any other service personnel.
- To have access to review his/her health records, and have the opportunity to request a correction to personal records, if appropriate; and to receive a copy of the said records within 30 days of a written request.
- To be free from discrimination based on: ethnic or gender group identification, religion, age, sex, color, sexual orientation or any type of disability.
- To have the freedom to attend religious services or activities of his or her choice and to have visits from a spiritual advisor– provided that these services or activities do not conflict with facility program requirements. Participation in religious services is of course, a personal choice.
Your privacy is very important to us. Your stay here is held in the utmost confidence; so you can rest assured that your recovery will be your business alone. Most importantly, we are a private place where people learn to trust themselves again. A place that allows the transition from recovery to independence to take place almost effortlessly; where long-term recovery is not just a goal, but a way of life. For additional information on our privacy & legal policy, please click here.