Ken Seeley Communities Opens Newest Sober Living Location in Palm Springs, California

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Ken Seeley, founder of Intervention 911, has opened a new sober living community under his recovery support organization, Ken Seeley Communities.

“We hope that when a person stays here, they will gain the confidence and tools to succeed in their lives in the real-world without turning to drugs, alcohol or other destructive behaviors." --Ken Seeley

Ken Seeley, founder of Intervention 911, has opened a new sober living community under his recovery support organization, Ken Seeley Communities. The new property, renamed The Palm, is located near downtown Palm Springs in the former Palm Tee Hotel. The recently rejuvenated boutique hotel features 25 beds, a community room with flat screen TV’s and a game table, a kitchen and dining area, and a sparkling pool.

Residents of the community support one another in their recovery from addictions to various substances, lifestyle habits and more. They are also supported by the Ken Seeley team who are on hand to answer questions and refer them to additional resources as requested.

“We are excited to add this property and the opportunities it presents to the residents to the Ken Seeley Communities arsenal that aims to tackle all aspects of a person’s healthy living goals,” said founder Ken Seeley. “We hope that when a person stays here, they will gain the confidence and tools to succeed in their lives in the real-world without turning to drugs, alcohol or other destructive behaviors."

The Palm is the second sober living property in Palm Springs; The Alexander opened in December, 2011 in the former Alexander Inn in Palm Springs and has maintained a steady residency since its opening.

Some exciting grand opening events are being planned for The Palm over the next few weeks, including an open house for neighbors and a grand opening celebration to formally introduce The Palm to the community.

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ABOUT Ken Seeley Communities
Ken Seeley Communities believes in the achievable goal of life long sobriety. Addiction is a chronic, progressive disease, and even with a one-year treatment program, relapse, jail and even untimely death are still possible. They have created a protocol for long-term sobriety that emphasizes greater accountability on the individual, his/her family and the external support system. By shifting the focus from 30 days to long-term, we provide goals that reach into the future and create a continuing care plan to support life-long sobriety and recovery. For more information, please visit http://www.intervention911.com

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