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Transitional Living

According to the Journal on Psychoactive Drugs, “SLH’s are alcohol and drug free living environments for individuals attempting to maintain abstinence from alcohol and drugs”. Sober living is a vital part of long-term recovery. Transitional living helps provide structure and accountability to those in early recovery and coming out of a treatment program. As part of the journey to recovery, we offer a sober living recovery residence to those who complete our inpatient programs.  

Our sober living houses are available to those attending our partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient or even standard outpatient. Transitional living is a proven step towards a successful recovery. 

The National Institutes of Health published a study on sober living residences. It states “Destructive living environments can derail recovery for even highly motivated individuals”. They found that sober living environments provided a 40% better success rate for long-term sobriety after 6 months.

sober Living for Alumni

People are at the highest risk of relapse when they complete treatment and return to a normal routine. Offering a sober living environment helps to provide a safe and secure living space. It also encourages recovery by surrounding people with other sober supports. It prevents isolation and relapse.

Sober Living Environment for Current Patients

Our recovery residences are also available to current patients in a partial hospitalization program or intensive outpatient programs. We always encourage patients to attend these programs from the structure and safety of our residences rather than their homes.

Many people who complete inpatient treatment return home and neglect a recovery residence and outpatient treatment. However, the statistics do not lie. Recovery residences improve success rates for those struggling with addiction.

Addiction treatment combined with a sober house and continued outpatient care at a treatment center are proven to help. We have everything you need at our sober living homes to maintain life-long recovery.

What to Expect

Our transitional living facilities are close to our treatment facility. This allows clients to continue to take advantage of our amenities and treatment services should they wish to. We encourage our alumni and residents of our sober living to take full advantage of every resource available to them.

Those living at our residences can expect apartment style living with updated accommodations.They can expect access to medical and therapeutics care at our facility should they need it. They may choose to continue to take and manage their medications with us.

We also encourage our residents to attend meetings as well as alumni events while residing with us. Residents are drug tested on a regular basis and must adhere to standard rules including a curfew and attending house meetings.

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Relapse Prevention

Relapse is all too common for those in early recovery. Sober living and continued structure can make all the difference. Most overdose deaths can be attributed to relapse due to the individuals lowered tolerance. We ensure accountability and sobriety at our residences. 

Relapse prevention is one of the main goals of sober residences. Combining structure with 12-step programs helps improve sobriety rates from alcohol or drugs. 

Our Sober Living

Substance abuse issues are best dealt with in a sober environment. We offer a sober living that is safe, comfortable, and affordable. We encourage sobriety and cultivate a culture of success in our clients. We offer amenities and access to our facilities, as well as 12-step meetings that can make or break the recovery process. 

If you or a loved one is considering a sober living environment, let us walk you through the process. We can assess your needs and find the best approach to your specific situation.

Our trained and experienced staff is standing by to help guide you in this difficult process. Give us a call today at (800) 817-1247