Frequently Asked Questions
Our goal is to answer every question that you have regarding sober living and addiction. Whether you are someone interested in living with us, or a parent. We will help you understand the truth.
Addiction is a complicated thing that affects millions of people annually. To learn more about addiction, click on the link below.
Sober living is our specialty. Click the link below for a full explanation.
Living at Real Deal is amazing for all of our residents. We have fully furnished homes with managers, and many amenities included. Learn more below.
The schedule is very simple in our program, but it is different for residents based on their time with us. All residents attend meditation, accountability groups, support groups, and employment. Learn more below.
What is the schedule like in sober living?
The most basic answer is a year. However, it differs greatly from person to person.
Of course! Learn more below.
There is a vast difference between going home and sober living. Most importantly, the level of support is extremely different. Instead of living alone, or with family members, you will be surrounding by staff in recovery (And other recovering residents) who will guide you towards long-term freedom from addiction.
What's the difference between going home and going to sober living?
Our residents work at a variety of different places. Some residents have jobs coming into sober living, while others need assistance. Both scenarios are easy to work with.
The benefits of sober living go beyond the fully furnished housing, included amenities, in house staff, and accountability. Click below to see all the great benefits.
We have three different costs. Our signature program is $1,700 a month, our classic + program is $1,100, and our classic program is $900.
The requirements are simple: apply online. That's it. After the application is submitted, we will review it and let you know if you are approved.
Of course. We are a pet-friendly sober living.
Our sober living homes do not accept insurance. It is federally impossible to accept insurance for any sober living services.
Yes you can. We reserve beds for scholarship residents at each house. You can reach out for availability.
Yes. However, we do not limit residents to only the 12 steps. Many of our residents have found success with NA, AA, and Smart Recovery. As long as residents are consistently attending a support group, we are gravy.
Enabling is a difficult to pin-point. However, there are a few tell-tale signs. Click below to learn them.
How do I know if I'm enabling?
Of course! Recovery is a family process, and everyone is included.
We give family updates weekly, so you will always be in the loop.
Generally, they are not good. At Real Deal, we have found extreme success in our proactive and productive approach to full-scale recovery.
Unfortunately, relapse is common in any recovery program. However, just because someone relapses does not mean they are unable to find long-term recovery. We take care of all of our residents from beginning to end. Sometimes that includes a relapse.