For most recovering alcoholics and addicts, treatment alone is simply not sufficient. In order to successfully reintegrate into society, a transitional period is necessary in which they continue to live in a structured environment, while receiving support from other men and women in recovery. After completing Residential Treatment, our residents transition into Sober Living as a second phase in their treatment continuum.
Residents in our Transitional Sober Living homes are encouraged to actively participate in the recovery community as they build a healthy, well-balance lifestyle. These homes are supervised by a House Manager and Assistant Manager who ensure that structure and strong peer support are provided. Residents are required to work a program of recovery and must agree to submit to random urinalysis.
This phase of our program requires the resident be employed, volunteering or actively seeking employment. We understand the difficulty of moving from a controlled treatment environment to the stressors of mainstream living, so we help guide and counsel our residents through the job search process. Residents are required to maintain a curfew and obtain a job conducive to their recovery. The goal of Sober Living is to help residents make a smooth and sustainable transition while maintaining their sobriety.