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Seaside House
17713 SE Federal Hwy
Jupiter, FL 33469



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"The future depends on what you do today". Mahatma Gandhi  


We are committed to providing a continuum of care that addresses the educational and academic goals of each individual while part of their ongoing aftercare and recovery.  Our expert academic advisors work with clients to provide opportunities to clarify, define, and reach their academic goals. The program provides the expertise and resources needed for clients to get into and graduate from:

  • high school

  • vocational school

  • public and private universities

  • and graduate schools. 

The advisors work one-on-one with clients to find programs that meet their own unique needs and goals, while offering the support services and curriculum necessary for a sober young adult to be successful. The collegiate recovery services can be provided throughout the clients engagement in the Seaside House program. 

An educational advocate is assigned to each client.  The support from an educational advocate may include:

  • Arranging for medical leave for college students entering treatment

  • Helping students gain acceptance into a college, university or technical school

  • Helping students complete a degree started before entering treatment

  • Transferring credits for courses taken while in treatment to their home college or university

  • Working with students to develop an educational plan, tailored by goal and grade level

  • Guiding students in developing a budget for the school year

  • Identifying potential scholarships to offset academic costs

  • Collaborating with the clinical and/or recovery team to identify the best fit programs based on each patient’s educational needs, career goals, and unique interests--all of which complement their recovery and integrate a sober foundation.

  • Providing advocacy/guidance to ensure success during high school, including advice on GED preparation versus getting a high school diploma, preparation of transition back into classroom structure, help with selection of tutors, course planning, testing schedule, personalized reading lists, extracurricular choices, choice of summer plans, job choices, exploration of scholarships, and community service.


Medical leave for college students entering treatment


With clinical and/or recovery team.


To ensure success


An educational plan, tailored by goal and grade level.


With institutions