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Men's Sober Living in NW Dallas, TX

3717 Sam Rayburn Trail
Dallas, TX 75287

Northwest Dallas is a Signature location.

Regarding Sober Living

You’ve probably heard the term “sober living” before, but you might be surprised to learn it is a unique service—different from inpatient or outpatient treatment or a halfway house. When someone in recovery leaves inpatient treatment and goes back to the environment they were drinking or using in, they are at an extremely high risk for relapse. Sober living mitigates that risk by letting residents gradually readjust to life in recovery while having access to a strong community, support, and accountability. Real Deal is proud of offer a range of sober living services.


*All our facilities are fully furnished

  • Family Support
  • Gym Membership
  • Daily Meetings
  • Job and Life Skills
  • Personal TVs and Internet
  • Food
  • Transportation
  • Workout Supplements
  • Workout Program
  • Nutritional Programming


Kitchen in our sober living home

Regarding Drug Rehab

If you or someone close to you has struggled with drug addiction before, you know just how hard it is to break free of. Sometimes, it can feel impossible to put any length of clean time together. That’s why there are a wide range of drug rehab services available—because no one should have to face addiction alone. Seeking professional help greatly increases the chances of being successful in recovery. Those struggling with drug addiction can get and learn to stay sober in a safe, supportive environment while benefiting from professional treatment services.

Regarding Alcohol Rehab

Alcoholism is a deadly disease that no one should have to deal with alone. Some people spend years trying to cut down or stop drinking, only to slip and have it get even worse. But things don’t have to be that way. There are a number of professional alcohol rehab services available that make finding recovery much easier. Checking in to an inpatient alcohol rehab is almost always a good idea for someone who can’t stop drinking. It may seem scary, or simply inconvenient to move in to a treatment center, but the long-term benefits are well worth the cost.


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