We don’t believe that sober living should be a sparse one. In fact, we think the opposite is true. Responsibility, structure, comfort, and fun all contribute to community at Palm Coast Transitions and community is what makes our recovery possible. Our house is well furnished, spacious, clean, and equipped with the appropriate framework and resources to facilitate sobriety. Our residents provide each other with compassion, friendship, and accountability. Our staff help residents learn or relearn self-care and enforce house standards that promote reflection and keep residents on track.

Palm Coast Transitions is owned and operated by individuals with over twenty years’ experience in the field, this means the little details that make a sober living a home are not missed. All rooms are semiprivate, two-man rooms, at Palm Coast Transitions. This allows for privacy but removes the ability for clients to isolate. Each room is outfitted with a pillow top mattress and a flat screen TV.

Upon admission to Palm Coast Transitions each client will receive a brand-new bedding set (fitted sheet, top sheet, two pillowcases, two pillows and a comforter). In addition, each client will receive two new full-size bath towels and a hamper.

Adventure Based Activities

  • Surfing
  • Paddle Boarding
  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Beach Trips
  • Beach Cruisers
  • Skim Boarding
  • Hiking
  • Concerts on the Beach
  • Gym Memberships Included
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Flag Football
  • Cross Net
  • Bocce Ball
  • Horseshoes
  • Corn Hole

We begin each morning with a meditation meeting and morning check in. All rides needed for the day will be communicated to staff at this point as all transportation (up to 20 miles) is provided to all clients. This includes rides to clinical services, work/school, individual appointments, grocery store, beach, gym and meetings, etc. We close out each week with a 6pm fire pit meeting either on the beach or the backyard. After the meeting we will have a family style dinner provided by Palm Coast Transitions.

What to Bring

  • Up to two weeks of clothes
  • Current medications and prescriptions (at least two-week supply)
  • Board shorts and other swimwear
  • Epinephrine (Epi-pen or equivalent) if ever experienced anaphylaxis
  • Cell Phone/Laptop
  • Any recreational equipment you may wish to bring (Surf board, skateboard, bicycle, etc)
  • Any musical instrument you may wish to bring

What NOT to Bring

  • Weapons of any type (including small pocket knives)
  • Any medications that you are not currently prescribed