Doesn’t look like a Rehab – Doesn’t feel like a Rehab
It doesn’t have to. Think about it… Why should a Rehab facility be a motel or institution? How depressing can that get? It’s what goes on inside that makes it a rehab. Care – treatment – and understanding while it occupants work through the issues that brought them to this point in life.
Bayshore Retreat is a home as much as it is a rehab. The newly remodeled 3800 square foot house has four bedrooms each with their own bathroom. Remember, a maximum capacity of just six people means two people will have private rooms. Unlike other facilities, we don’t charge more for a private rooms. It’s generally based on first come, first served.
Living and dining areas
The large living and dining areas provide a common space for socializing and sharing. You’ll especially enjoy the open kitchen where gourmet meals are prepared. The refrigerator and pantry are kept fully stocked with healthful snacks and drinks. The daily shopping list is posted for you and the other clients, so you can add items.
You will find a reading nook on the second floor landing stocked with a wide variety of books for you to enjoy. The third floor offers the most impressive view of the bayou and Choctawhatchee Bay, just beyond. It also serves as a counseling room for individual or group sessions or as a personal escape, when not in use.
Our private dock on the bayou provides opportunities for fishing, paddleboarding, and/or kayaking. The sheltered bayou allows easy access to the bay for other water sports such as boating. It’s also only a short boat ride to the harbor for dining and sightseeing.
Not a lock-down facility
Bayshore isn’t a lock-down facility. However, we do have guidelines for coming and going. Except for the open back of the property on the bayou, the grounds are fenced to provide privacy. The latest security systems ensure that your safety, privacy, and comfort are maintained.
Treatment shouldn’t be a punishment. You shouldn’t have to have 3+ roommates, eat cafeteria-style food, or feel like you are in an institution to get better. We believe that working through your addiction in a homelike environment will help you to transition back to the “real world.”