Osceola House by Lifeskills South Florida is Transitional Living for both men and women offering independent, supported living in gender-specific housing. Located near the beaches of Delray Beach, Florida and bustling Atlantic Avenue, Osceola House is also conveniently located near Lifeskills’ Outpatient Office.
FARR Accredited Level III, Osceola House’s caring staff provides care 24/7, assisting clients who have stepped down from the Residential level of care and need supervised, structured living support while attending IOP, outpatient care, college or community activities. Osceola staff provide transportation to IOP, Recovery and mental health support meetings, general errands and appointments. However, independence is encouraged at this level of care, and residents may use bikes, community transportation, and personal vehicles after being acclimated to the program and with approval from the primary therapist. The Osceola transitional living staff will encourage clients to grow through meaningful life activities in the areas of education, employment, or volunteerism.
While clients are encouraged to find an individual purposeful activity within the first few weeks of arrival at Osceola House such as school, a job, or volunteer position, they will also find continued support in sober and mental health recovery with daily morning meditation groups, Friday community meetings, and Sunday community meals.
The Osceola House staff are a part of the Lifeskills Treatment Team and are in constant contact with the Lifeskills’ clinical staff, ensuring the outstanding care received at Lifeskills is carried throughout the entire continuum of care.