We know Sober Living
We are not just a place to stay. Stop wishing to change. Be the change.
With two live-in managers, urinalysis/breathalyzer testing, and daily recovery meetings.
UA Testing. Randomized urinalysis and breathalyzer testing ensures all residents stay honest about their sobriety.
Management. Two Live-in managers lead daily meetings and make sure residents are having all their needs met.
Routine. A good routine is essential in recovery. Our residents learn the skills they need to thrive, beginning with cooking and cleaning.
All of our homes are fully furnished. Wi-Fi, utilities, UA/breathalyzer testing, food, transportation, gym memberships, two live-in managers, and daily meetings are all included in our program. Come live with us today.
Moving forward is the only option.
Employment. Finding and maintaining a job.
Spiritual Growth. Connecting with housemates, employers, family, and sponsor. Finding joy and spreading it to others.
Health. Get into great shape, eat healthy, and learn to be proud of the person you are.
IOP & Group Therapy
We work with many IOP (intensive outpatient) programs that transport residents to and from their treatment centers. In life, one size does not fit all, and that is doubly true in addiction recovery. That’s why we believe in finding treatment that is the best clinical fit for each resident.
We also make sure our residents have the opportunity to participate in counseling to address any underlying issues in their lives. A wide range of options to choose from ensures each resident meets with a professional who is the right fit for them.
Is sober living for me?
Sober living is a wonderful service that has helped countless individuals find lives of joy and purpose, but not everyone is ready for it just yet. Recovery is a long process, and those who have not yet started do best in a more clinical setting such as inpatient rehab.
The ideal candidate for sober living moves in directly after checking out of an inpatient treatment center and has at least thirty days of sober time. This ensures they have the skills and preparation needed to thrive in the less intensive sober living environment. Sometimes, candidates move in to sober living from their old accommodations, but they have usually been able to get sober using community resources and are simply looking for some extra support as they navigate early recovery.
Someone who is unable to stay sober at all may find it difficult to succeed in a sober living environment. While thirty days of sobriety is still considered “early recovery” by any measure, there is a huge difference between thirty days and zero. Sober living facilities are not typically equipped to handle issues like detox, withdrawal, intense cravings, and mental health issues that often crop up in the first thirty days. These problems are best treated by medical professionals in a clinical setting.
If you aren’t sure whether sober living is a good fit, please contact us and we will be happy to help. We even accept animals at some of our locations.
If it sounds like sober living is a good fit for you, apply now.
If sober living is not a good fit, it might be a good idea to find an inpatient rehab to get to a better place first.
apart of the process.