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Sober Living Homes

Our sober living homes can help you stay sober while getting you back into your daily routine.

About Our Sober Living Homes

Completing a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program is an accomplishment you should be proud of - but it’s not the end of your journey. 

Using the lessons and life skills you gained during your time in rehab to maintain your sobriety upon returning to normal life is the secret to long-term sobriety. Ideally, your first time in treatment will be your only time, however, it would be unwise to ignore the risks. The most vulnerable period of your sobriety actually happens shortly after discharge from treatment, when it’s time to put those new life lessons in action. Sober living homes and communities offer extra support and guidance during this transitional period to lower your risk of relapse and protect your commitment to the journey ahead.

Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

How Do Sober Living Homes Differ From Inpatient Rehab?

Some people mistakenly think sober living homes or communities are just transitioning from one facility to another. 

While both types of recovery centers are focused on overcoming substance abuse, sober living homes provide an intermediate balance between rehab and the real world. Sober living homes offer more freedom than inpatient rehab centers, but maintain structure and expectations in the form of daily group therapy sessions and other responsibilities.

Sober living homes require you to maintain your own living space, cleaning it and keeping it stocked with the essentials. Most communities will provide assistance in the form of transportation, job training, and government assistance programs. Sober living communities also require you to be responsible for meeting your commitments to continued treatment. Adhering to these rules and boundaries helps you adjust to a sober lifestyle safely and securely.

What Should I Look For in a Sober Living Community?

The perks of going to a sober living home go beyond sticking to a continued care regimen. Helping to guide you through your transition into a new life includes giving you the tools to support yourself and your sobriety. To ensure you get the most out of your time in a sober living home, look for these amenities:

  • Round the clock staff support
  • Assistance with self-sustainability such as job training, education, interviewing tips, transportation, and other needs
  • On-campus support groups
  • Medication management and psychoeducation
  • Area attractions such as parks, beaches, and entertainment venues
Sober living homes can be the difference between relapse and recovery. Let Addiction Recovery Now help you find the perfect fit for you.

About Our Sober Living Homes

Completing a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program is an accomplishment you should be proud of - but it’s not the end of your journey. 

Using the lessons and life skills you gained during your time in rehab to maintain your sobriety upon returning to normal life is the secret to long-term sobriety. Ideally, your first time in treatment will be your only time, however, it would be unwise to ignore the risks. The most vulnerable period of your sobriety actually happens shortly after discharge from treatment, when it’s time to put those new life lessons in action. Sober living homes and communities offer extra support and guidance during this transitional period to lower your risk of relapse and protect your commitment to the journey ahead.

Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

How Do Sober Living Homes Differ From Inpatient Rehab?

Some people mistakenly think sober living homes or communities are just transitioning from one facility to another. 

While both types of recovery centers are focused on overcoming substance abuse, sober living homes provide an intermediate balance between rehab and the real world. Sober living homes offer more freedom than inpatient rehab centers, but maintain structure and expectations in the form of daily group therapy sessions and other responsibilities.

Sober living homes require you to maintain your own living space, cleaning it and keeping it stocked with the essentials. Most communities will provide assistance in the form of transportation, job training, and government assistance programs. Sober living communities also require you to be responsible for meeting your commitments to continued treatment. Adhering to these rules and boundaries helps you adjust to a sober lifestyle safely and securely.

What Should I Look For in a Sober Living Community?

The perks of going to a sober living home go beyond sticking to a continued care regimen. Helping to guide you through your transition into a new life includes giving you the tools to support yourself and your sobriety. To ensure you get the most out of your time in a sober living home, look for these amenities:

  • Round the clock staff support
  • Assistance with self-sustainability such as job training, education, interviewing tips, transportation, and other needs
  • On-campus support groups
  • Medication management and psychoeducation
  • Area attractions such as parks, beaches, and entertainment venues
Sober living homes can be the difference between relapse and recovery. Let Addiction Recovery Now help you find the perfect fit for you.

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