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Welcome to Keystone Halls

If you need to reach us immediately, please call 954-763-2300. If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Alcoholism And Drug Addiction Can Be Stopped!

Keystone Halls is a safe environment to begin the life-long process of recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that is geared to helping people who are recovering from addiction and alcohol dependency to gain a strong hold in a new life of sobriety.

Begin by consulting with a case manager now!


Stable Housing Close to Fort Lauderdale Beach!


Recovery should be the most important consideration, but location matters. Our location in South Florida provides an ideal recovery environment, year round! Our transitional housing provides stable living and a supporting group setting that helps those who want to recover. Our location is close to area meetings, downtown Fort Lauderdale, public transportation and social services offices.

The foundation of recovery begins when you set the Keystone!


Helping Those In Recovery Since 1998

Keystone Halls has been serving the people of South Florida, and Fort Lauderdale, in particular, since 1998. In that time, we have greatly expanded our services to include a close relationship with the Veterans’ Administration, with 37 of our 90 beds reserved for veterans.  Recently, Keystone Halls was awarded a grant from the Community Foundation of Broward to launch the LGBTQ Transitional Housing Program, a first in South Florida.



How Much Is It?

Staying at Keystone Halls is a smart decision for anyone seeking to begin the life-long process of recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction.

Some residents may qualify for various types of aid, and speaking to a case manager about your situation will help determine the amount of assistance we can help you get.

Residency is $150 per week, with a required $150 deposit. Qualifying persons may get some aid, and rent includes food and basic hygiene supplies, to start, for those needing transitional housing.

Consult with a case manager now!