Keystone Halls offers a stable and supportive environment for all our residents seeking recovery. In order to provide everyone a safe place, where they may begin their new life, we have these basic requirements for admission. There are also certain reasons that can cause a person to be immediately removed from Keystone Halls, so please read the basic information below.
The above requirements and exclusions are not necessarily complete lists. You will be advised of all the expectations and requirements of residency when you are admitted to Keystone Halls for your recovery. Remember, we are not a mental health facility and we are not a hospital. If you are suffering from co-existing disorders that require psychiatric treatment, we can help refer you to a qualified mental health professional or agency. If you suffer an injury requiring immeidate medical attention, we happen to be located only blocks from Broward General Medical Center, and we will refer you to the BGMC / Broward Health Emergency Room for treatment.
Keystone Halls located very close to the 12-Step House, a nearby, full-service recovery club that holds meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. We are also situated near Lambda South, on Las Olas Bouelvard, which provides meeting space of gay and lesbians in recovery.
You may already be asking, "How to I begin the admissions process at Keystone Halls?" We have a prepared an online admissions form to help.