Cloth face coverings should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face be secured with ties or ear loops include multiple layers of fabric allow for breathing without restriction be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape
Cleveland House is a sober living home that provides 24/7 counseling support coupled with a client-specific plan with the aim of helping the client achieve independence from drug and alcohol abuse. Since 2003, we have been providing Sober Living In Hollywood Florida.
We believe that everyone with an addiction problem has an intrinsic motivation to change and the ability to do so. However, because we understand addiction to be a chronic relapsing illness that causes multi-dimensional problems, we know that this will take time.
Our treatment mission is to help clients recover from addiction within the setting of their own lives. We believe that there can be no better way to recover than to do so in the real world, which means that our job is to provide a safe, confidential and supportive environment within which this change-process can unfold. https://www.recoveryflorida.com is an excellent option for those who have been struggling with Alcohol Dependency and Drug Substance Abuse.
We believe in the power of group meetings where sharing our journey brings real freedom from drug and alcohol addiction. We also understand the wonder of one-on-one counseling where revelations happen and new plans and drug free strategies for the future are developed.
We believe in creating individualized treatment plans to meet the needs of our diverse client base, while maintaining an environment with structure, support, and accountability to provide residents with the best chance at long term recovery. All residents are required to attend meetings and participate in a 12-Step program. Individual counseling is provided, as well as weekly in-house group therapy sessions, and daily morning meditation groups.
To fully support you in your recovery, our recovery center has a mentorship program where you will associate with like-minded people. The senior residents will also assist you to get sponsorship which will further aid in your recovery.
We offer a comprehensive life-changing curriculum that includes:
1. Addiction recovery education
2. Nutritious, home-cooked meals and clean clothing
3. Safe, supportive transitional housing
4. Individual mentoring and group counseling
5. Academic upgrading and advancement
6. Recreational and physical wellness activities
All of the staff at Sober Living In Hollywood Florida hold the core belief that “addiction is a spiritual malady” and recovery is a process that heals mind, body, and spirit. With that in mind, treatment is provided through medical, psychological, spiritual and holistic healing to treat the whole person.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us today.
320 Cleveland St, Hollywood, FL 33019
FORT LAUDERDALE – Habitat Broward ReStore is now open to the public Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with social distancing protocols and procedures. It is located at 505 W Broward Blvd, Fort Lauderdale.
Staff will only pick up donated items curbside or from garages. Additional store safety measures are as follows:
• All customers must wear masks
• Remain six feet away from others
• Follow one-way signs
• Maximum of 10 customers at a time
Habitat Broward ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the original retail price. Proceeds from the store are used to help Habitat Broward partner families build better lives for themselves.
Habitat Broward ReStore
505 W Broward Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Severe Storms and Heavy Rainfall Across the Central U.S. Today
A slow moving frontal boundary will produce severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail, and possibly a few tornadoes from the Central Plains to Lower Great Lakes today. Heavy rainfall from these thunderstorms will also produce flash flooding in some areas. Meanwhile, a subtropical depression or storm may form near or north of the Bahamas this weekend.
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Attention Palm Beach Auto Dealers:
Do vehicles that have scratches, dents or blemishes on any of the cars in your lot?
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Paint Shuttle offers a mobile body shop service to repair your minor vehicle damages like scratches, dents and dings right at your lot. We cover all of Palm Beach
We have been in business for over 20 years performing our special service to auto dealers across Palm Beach. Now offering our expert auto scratch repair service to the public.
All minor auto body damages like auto paint scratches are sanded, filled and painted to match the exact color of paint using our computerized paint matching system.
It will be almost impossible to tell that a car was ever scratched because your car will look as if it was never damaged!
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Paint Shuttle provides a mobile body shop service for minor auto body repairs at your home or office in Palm Beach County.
265 S. Federal Highway – Suite 293 · Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441 · USA
PHONE: 954-551-3200 – EMAIL US
A new study by Habitat Broward has found more than 40 percent of the homeowners it serves have been furloughed, laid off, or had their hours cut due to COVID-19.
Not surprisingly, 27 percent of the more than 350 working families polled reported financial strain, including an inability to pay bills for utilities and essentials like groceries.
Habitat for Humanity of Broward CEO and Executive Director, Nancy Robin said the results demonstrate that low-income working families are already struggling with the impact of a shuttered Broward.
“As the economic shocks from this crisis ripple out, these are the families that are being hardest hit; they always are,” said Robin. “As more businesses close and hourly workers lose jobs, we’re going to need to work just as hard to flatten the curve of economic insecurity as we are COVID-19.”
The Community Foundation of Broward and other partner organizations are helping Habitat Broward to provide immediate relief to families in danger of losing ground on the tremendous strides they have made towards economic independence.
Part of Habitat’s study has involved calls to hundreds of Broward residents, like homeowner, Rudy Simpson, who was laid off at a shipping company and his wife Tricia’s hours have been severely cut.
“We’re low on money and food but are filled with hope and pray this will get better soon,” said Tricia Simpson.
“Now, more than ever, low-income working families like the Simpsons need our support,” said Robin. “Bold, decisive action and partners like the Community Foundation will help us do just that.”
Habitat Broward continues to build homes during the crisis and will conduct its first ever virtual dedication ceremony on May 16th for four families moving to homes they have worked more than a year for.
As the state and South Florida cautiously begin the reopening process, Habitat predicts that income and financial health will lag behind for these families who are often one or two paychecks away from financial collapse. The support of partners like the Community Foundation of Broward, the City of Pompano Beach, faith–based organizations and campaigns like the new Giving Tuesday NOW on May 5th prompted by COVID-19, provide urgently needed resources to bridge this gap.
To support Habitat’s efforts and find out about its efforts to combat COVID-19 visit habitatbroward.org
News Release Date: May 1, 2020
Contact: Visitor Information, 305-242-7700
Contact: Media: Allyson Gantt, 786-610-8023
Homestead, Fla. – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Everglades National Park is increasing recreational access. The National Park Service (NPS) is working service wide with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis.
Beginning May 4, Everglades National Park will reopen access to:
- Main Park Road from the Homestead entrance to Flamingo (note exceptions below)
- External restrooms at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center
- Flamingo Marina and boat launch ramps
- Flamingo Marina Store, restrooms, and gas pumps
- Flamingo Fish Cleaning Station and restroom
- Chekika Day Use Area (roads and surrounding areas only)
In addition, entry fees are waived, and the following spaces continue to be available:
- Marine waters of Everglades National Park
- Beach campsites in wilderness
With public health in mind, the following facilities remain closed at this time:
- Royal Palm area including the Anhinga Trail
- Long Pine Key area and campground
- West Lake area
- Flamingo campground
- All visitor centers and public buildings
- Concession tours and boat rentals
- All other park restrooms
- Other park locations such as Shark Valley and Gulf Coast
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Many South Florida cities are setting their own schedules for when to reopen their outdoor destinations, including parks and golf courses.
The owner of the popular South Florida-based TooJay’s deli, bakery and restaurant chain has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors.
The decision by the company’s management and board of directors “is the direct result of the devastating economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our restaurants throughout Florida,” president and CEO Max Piet said in a statement.
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