What is Sober Living?
A sober living home is a fellowship of residential clients
Sober homes provide structure and accountability in a safe, supportive environment. Residents receive the vital resources they need to comfortably bridge the gap between inpatient rehab and independent living. Lasting sobriety often requires a reorientation of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that can, unfortunately, take time and occasional discomfort, which is why it’s so crucial for newly recovering addicts to wake up every day in a caring, orderly environment.
Residents should be using the springboard of sober living to strive for their goals, whether that’s finding a job, pursuing further education, or perhaps just intense dedication to intensive outpatient programming. Residents take responsibility for cooking and cleaning, and regular house meetings address any conflicts or concerns. If you’re committed to working your program and making lasting changes in your life, sober living will undoubtedly be one of the most critical legs of your rehab journey.
The Importance of a Structured Sober Living
Staying in a sober living home while participating in an outpatient drug rehab program gives participants the opportunity to build lasting relationships with others looking to achieve true freedom from addiction.
Peer support is a big part of success in rehab; sober living homes allow addicts and alcoholics to immesh themselves with others who have traversed similar territory, wandered down the same dark corridors, and emerged with the unique compassion and wisdom required to pull another addict safely back from the precipice. We see examples of this every day, in small gestures and grand acts. Combining an outpatient drug rehab program with residency in a sober living home can dramatically raise the odds that an addict or alcohol will recover- and thrive!
Breaking The Cycle
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