Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Medically Reviewed

Medically reviewed by Jennifer Strong, LMHC

Written by Tampa Bay Recovery staff
Updated on August 13, 2023


Call Us Now!

Rehab in St. Petersburg

It’s time to put your health first. Call us right now to learn how we can help you break the cycle of addiction for good and create a new life of possibility

At Tampa Bay Recovery Center, our sober living in St. Petersburg offers a unique blend of tranquil settings, community support, and purposeful resources for individuals for those looking to recovery from substance use and dual diagnosis disorders. Nestled on Florida’s sun-soaked gulf coast, St. Petersburg presents an ideal backdrop for individuals seeking the path to sobriety through the supportive structure of sober living homes.

What Is Sober Living?

Sober living is an integral step in the recovery process, often serving as a transition between inpatient treatment and a return to daily life. Our facilities offer a substance-free environment that encourages personal responsibility, healthy coping mechanisms, and, most importantly, sobriety. With an emphasis on community, peer support, and accountability, our sober living homes provide a secure space for individuals to strengthen their recovery skills and adjust to a lifestyle free of substance use.


Tour Our Sober Living in St. Petersburg

How Does Sober Living in St. Petersburg Work?

Our St. Petersburg’s sober living facilities provide individuals a safe, supportive, and supervised environment that helps bridge the gap between intense treatment and independent living. St. Petersburg’s unique blend of vibrant urban life, tranquil natural beauty, and warm climate provide a serene backdrop that can enhance recovery and encourage healthy living.

Each resident is encouraged to take responsibility for their recovery, adhere to house rules, and participate in house meetings. Sobriety is maintained through regular drug testing, ensuring the environment remains substance-free. What sets St. Petersburg’s facilities apart is the emphasis on integrating community support, which often includes local 12-step programs, outpatient rehab, and therapeutic activities like yoga, meditation, or kayaking.

In line with the city’s commitment to holistic recovery, all residents are required to take part in a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or an intensive outpatient program (IOP). These programs provide intensive, structured therapy while allowing individuals to return to their sober living home at the end of the day.


Our spacious sober living homes are located close to Treasure Island, in a peaceful residential neighborhood, providing easy access to job opportunities, educational institutions, and recreational activities. Most importantly, residents have access to a support network within the facility, including house managers and other individuals on their journey to recovery.

  • Beautiful living spaces, with granite kitchen countertops, modern appliances, and ample pantry space
  • Washer and dryer
  • High speed internet, smart TVs
  • Close to major transit routes with stops nearby
  • Local to 12-step meetings and job opportunities
  • Full bed in each room
  • Semi-private or private rooms available.

Ready to Escape Addiction? Let's get Started

Tampa Bay Recovery Center is a premier leader in the provision of addiction treatment services. If you or someone you love is in need of professional care to address a substance use disorder, reach out to us right now at (813) 733-8774 to speak with an admissions specialist who can get you started on the road to recovery.

Sober Things To Do in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, Florida, is a vibrant city that offers an array of sober activities for individuals of all interests. Its unique blend of art, culture, nature, and history make it an ideal destination for those in recovery looking for fulfilling, sober ways to spend their time.

Explore Art Museums and Galleries: St. Petersburg is renowned for its vibrant arts scene. Visit the Dali Museum, which hosts an extensive collection of works by the surrealist artist Salvador Dali, or explore the Museum of Fine Arts for a diverse collection of art from around the world.

Enjoy Nature: The city is surrounded by beautiful parks and nature reserves. Explore the Sunken Gardens, a 100-year-old garden home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region. If you’re a fan of wildlife, Boyd Hill Nature Preserve offers several miles of trails and boardwalks through various natural habitats.

Experience the Beach: St. Petersburg is known for its beautiful beaches. From relaxing on the sandy shores of St. Pete Beach to taking a walk along the waterfront at Fort De Soto Park, the beach provides a serene environment for reflection and relaxation.

Farmers Market: Held every Saturday, the St. Petersburg Farmers Market is a bustling hub of activity. Here, you can find local produce, baked goods, artisanal products, and live music. It’s a great place to connect with the community and support local businesses.

Overcome Addiction with evidence-based, expert care.

Find Sober Living in St. Petersburg Today

With our comprehensive recovery programs and dedicated support, you’ll find the strength to rebuild your life, one day at a time. After all, recovery isn’t just about leaving something behind; it’s about moving towards a more fulfilling, vibrant life. You don’t have to do this alone. At Tampa Bay Recovery Center, our sober living in St. Petersburg can help you find the strength needed to heal. Learn more about our admissions process or call us now at (813) 733-8774

Our Philosophy

We believe that getting help for substance use disorders is about much more than just trying to get through another day of not drinking or using drugs. Our mission is to help people reclaim their lives by teaching them how to effectively deal with the stress, trauma, and anxiety that contribute to their addictions. 

Meet Our Team

Our staff has over 60 years of combined experience in treating behavioral health disorders. Our compassionate and empathetic approach has helped hundreds.