Recovery House of Central Florida …
Because Everyone Deserves a Second Chance.

Recovery House of Central Florida (RHCF) is a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization that has been serving Central Florida for over 20 years. The goal of RHCF is to provide these services to the homeless regardless of their ability to pay. Our Recovery Program utilizes a faith-based 12 step process that is centered around a therapeutic peer-driven community. Participants are responsible for their own recovery as well as the recovery of their peers. Alcoholism and addiction affects everyone it it’s path … families, loved ones and children. Recovery House of Central Florida is able to deliver critically needed services through the support of the community.  You can help us continue our mission with your generous contributions of funds, physical items and by utilizing our repair and maintenance services at your home or business. Together we can rebuild lives, strengthen family and our community.

Recovery House Mission

To reduce addiction and homelessness in Seminole County by empowering and equipping men to become sober and self-sufficient members of society. We are a faith-based, non-profit organization committed to providing transitional housing and recovery support services using a program consisting of addiction education, life skills, vocational training, counseling, and family reunification. RHCF provides these services to homeless men regardless of their ability to pay.  …to reduce addiction and homelessness in Seminole County by empowering and equipping men to become sober and self-sufficient members of society. We are a faith-based, non-profit organization committed to providing transitional housing and recovery support services using a program consisting of addiction education, life skills, vocational training, counseling, and family reunification. RHCF provides these services to homeless men regardless of their ability to pay.

My Drinking Career Started in High School

My drinking career started my senior year of high school. I started having run-ins with the police. I eventually got married and was blessed with 2 beautiful children. My alcoholism cost me my marriage and I found myself in prison. Upon release, I had many years of probation to do. I began to drink again and violated probation, 4 months out of prison.
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Jeffery E. Success Story

My Life WAS a Living Hell …

My life before Recovery House was a living hell. I was in and out of prison. I lived for drugs and money. My family didn’t want anything to do with me, they thought I was a lost cause. I’d get out and promise them I would change but within a month or so I would be back to selling drugs and gang banging. Consequences didn’t matter. I wanted to do things my way. 
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Brian W. Success Story

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