A Closer Look: Touring the Siebold, the Original RECO Residence
Recently renovated and designed to accommodate the highest standards in transitional living, The Siebold has a beautiful new look.
Paying homage to Harry Siebold, this residence for men in early recovery was the original housing facility of RECO Institute. Now part of a group of five RECO Residences, the Siebold continues to serve as a safe, comfortable, and sobriety-conducive environment for men attending the RECO Intensive Outpatient program.
With state-of-the-art furnishings and amenities, we have worked to ensure the optimal experience for all of our clients. Residents will find attractive furnishings, motivating artwork and décor, and plentiful outdoor space in which they can relax and recover.
The Siebold has evolved with the evolution of our program. Clients will travel to our nearby clinical facilities 4 days per week to attend group sessions, individual counseling, and other IOP functions. As our program strives to uphold best practices in outpatient addiction treatment, our transitional housing has modeled the healing atmosphere of our offices.
Certified by the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) and the Florida Alliance for Recovery Residences (FARR), The Siebold adheres to all industry-regulated specifications for Recovery Residences. The residence has also been certified by the Florida Department of Children and Family.
This residence– and all RECO Residences– offers 24-hour certified staff supervision, provided transportation to clinical sessions, and easy access to many shops and restaurants.
As a team, we are committed to providing individuals with the opportunity to recover in an environment that fosters well-being and clarity of mind. Our mission serves to guide those in the early stages of recovery from addiction, as our Recovery Residences serve to foster personal growth and responsibility and connections with peers. This residence stands in memory of Harry, as we work to help those facing a similar battle with addiction.
Find below a gallery of the Siebold, and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. Learn more about the rest of our Recovery Residences, including 2 more male residences and 2 female residences, here.