Sober Living Homes

Sober living homes are a great option for individuals in recovery, as they encourage residents to develop healthy coping skills and habits for when they return home.

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Rebound Behavioral Health Hospital

Lancaster, SC

Multiple Levels of Care

855-336-7623

Silver Lining Recovery

Huntington Beach, CA

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844-940-0031

Moonlight Mountain Recovery

Pocatello, ID

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866-831-4706

Deer Hollow Recovery & Wellness

Salt Lake City, UT

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844-485-7079

Relevance Behavioral Health

Freehold, NJ

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844-734-3524

Denver Recovery Center

Denver, CO

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855-729-4891

United Recovery Project

Hollywood, FL

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877-586-7043

Southeast Addiction Center

Atlanta, GA

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855-614-6174

Azure Acres Treatment Center

Sebastopol, CA

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877-872-7360

Pinnacle Peak Recovery

Scottsdale, AZ

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844-225-8937

Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab

Calistoga, CA

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844-766-4576

Oceanside Malibu

Malibu, CA

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866-275-3956

Recovery Unplugged Fort Lauderdale

Fourt Lauderdale, FL

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855-900-6613

New England Recovery & Wellness

Concord, NH

Multiple Levels of Care

844-408-1433

Ambrosia Treatment Center

West Palm Beach, FL

Inpatient

866-970-0918

White Deer Run

Allenwood, PA

Multiple Levels of Care

877-638-3697

SOBA New Jersey

New Brunswick, NJ

Multiple Levels of Care

888-341-1174

Clear Life Recovery

Costa Mesa, CA

Full Spectrum of Care

888-638-7182

Recovery Unplugged Austin Treatment Center

Austin, TX

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844-291-5968

Sober Facilities for Extended Stays

A sober living home (sometimes called a halfway house) operates as a bridge between an inpatient facility and the “real world.”

A sober living home (sometimes called a halfway house) operates as a bridge between an inpatient facility and the “real world.”

Once leaving an inpatient facility and returning home, you may be struggling with adjusting back to daily life. Sober living homes offer an in-between recovery option that allows you to reinforce the lessons learned in rehab.

For a lot of people in recovery, moving into a sober living home after treatment makes the difference between going back to their old habits or continuing on the path of sobriety.

A sober living home is a great option to alleviate any concerns you may have about going from such a monitored environment right back into daily life. Tragically, for many newly in early recovery, sober living homes provide their only option for a safe, sober living scenario.

It doesn’t provide the same level of structure as an inpatient facility, but it does present an intermediate sober environment that encourages residents to develop healthy coping skills and habits for when they return home.

What to Expect in a Sober Living Home

In an inpatient treatment center, patients are totally immersed in their rehab programs and generally don’t have much dependence. In sober living homes, that is not the case.

Residents aren’t bound to the sober living home’s campus and can come and go as they please. This allows individuals in recovery to feel like they are easing back into normal life and can start going back to their daily tasks and responsibilities. Although sober living homes are less restrictive than inpatient facilities, they still have rules that residents must abide by, including curfews and group meeting attendance.

There are many benefits to staying in a sober-living home, including attending 12-step programs, creating structure, accountability, and creating a sober fellowship. A big part of staying in a sober living home is creating positive friendships that help to reinforce the desire to abstain from drugs and alcohol.

This support system allows residents to avoid the isolation that can sometimes come with returning home while in recovery. It further provides an environment to support recovery from substance abuse and addiction for those who are emerging from rehab. Sober living homes provide a combination of freedom and structure to help the person begin to readjust to life outside of rehab. They are set up specially to serve as transitional housing for people coming out of treatment.

Improve Your Chances of Staying Sober

A sober living home acts as a supplement to an individual’s recovery. It is an alternative to going from an immersive care environment straight to a totally unstructured environment at home. Because sober living homes replicate normal, everyday life situations while instilling healthy habits, they help to reduce the chance of relapse.

Sober living homes help residents do a number of things that will guide them throughout recovery:

  •   Making amends with friends and family members affected by one’s substance abuse
  •   Finding a job
  •   Locating housing after treatment
  •   Adjusting to sober living in an unstructured environment

Additionally, following a carefully designed aftercare plan, including a relapse prevention plan created in therapy, allows you to identify triggers that may entice you to use once you are living in the community again. It further provides healthy coping skills and emergency contact numbers in times of high-stress or high-cravings/urges to use. This way you will have a plan of action for what to do during these times and have healthy ways to manage triggers in your daily life.

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When to Move Into a Sober Living Home

You should move into a sober living home after a stay at an inpatient facility if you have any concerns about staying sober on your own.

The most important thing I can do in my life is remain clean and sober to be a testament that recovery is possible. The halfway house was an integral part of the learning process. When I was there I saw women fail and women succeed. I was able to learn from these women, and find friends in recovery.

- Rachel T., Valley Hope Association

The option that sober living homes provide is one that is significantly useful to many in recovery. Generally, those that are staying at a sober living home will remain there for at least 90 days, but stays can be arranged for as long as necessary.

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