It’s no surprise why people move to central Florida. You’re in the middle of a thriving, growing metropolitan area. At the same time, you’re never far from pristine beaches and other outdoor opportunities.
And let’s not forget the theme parks. When you live in Orlando, you have the freedom to hit Disney or Universal Studios at non-peak times, which means you can experience the magic of the parks without the hassle of the lines.
Jobs for Recovering Addicts in Orlando
Finding a job is always a challenge. But it’s much more than that if addiction has led to criminal charges that stay with you, even after you’ve left that life behind.
The good news is there are groups committed to helping people with a past start fresh. Take a look at America In Recovery and the National Hire Network—two non-profits dedicated to helping find jobs for recovering addicts and those with criminal records.
Orlando Support Groups and More
If you’re looking for an AA meeting, there are more than 80 options a day in central Florida, with meetings that begin at 6:30 a.m. and end at 10:30 p.m.
But there’s more to life than meetings, especially when you’re living in a place that so many people dream of moving to.
At the top of the list of reasons to move to Orlando is the weather. The average high in January is 71 degrees and the sun is almost always shining.
The city itself, outside of theme parks, is more abundant than most people know. Lake Eola Park is in the center of the city and features a mile-long trail—and it’s just one of 37 city parks.
About The Raleigh House
The Raleigh House is a residential treatment center located in Denver that believes addiction isn’t just a physical problem. Our master’s level trained therapists get to the root cause of addiction and will help you develop a strategy to manage and enjoy life without drugs or alcohol. Fill out our form or contact us today to learn more about the treatment programs at The Raleigh House.