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Sober Living Homes

Long Term Sober Facilities


You need encouragement to cultivate healthy living skills and shun return to addiction at home from inpatient treatment, sober homes is the best available alternative way out.

This is what will link the real world and the patients living in a rehab centre, and is also called a Halfway House.

This temporary home helps the patient from relapsing through its drug-free and safe atmosphere. Adapting to live addiction free life in uncontrolled atmosphere requires reinforcement of withdrawal lessons gained during inpatient rehabilitation.


This is a great alternative for a lot of people who are in the process of recovery, it will help enforce positive emotions and ensure that you continue the journey to sobriety.


The environment that is conducive to total recovery gives the patient the chance to totally recover by preventing exposure to any substances or triggers of the drug use.

The sober home will help you to acquire whatever you need to survive in the fight against addiction at home, although the environment is not at par with that of rehab centres.


What To Anticipate For Sober Living Facilities

Sober homes do not have strict and immersive recovery programs similar to treatment centres. However, the reverse is the case in sober living homes. Objective of moving into sober living homes is to forge friendship with people sharing similar challenges for encouragement and support to refrain from drug and alcohol. Support group system in sober living homes is ideal to avoid isolation which leads to relapse during recovery period.


Sober living home residents movement is not restricted to the facility; you come and go away at will. This helps slowly build a normal sense of daily life into the recovery process, it gives the residents the freedom they need to be dependant on themselves; and offer a safe place to go if they need help. Despite this more relaxed approach, they still have some rules that the attendees must obey, there are curfew times, and they must attend group meeting sessions.


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How To Keep Sober

A sober living home is a great stepping stone for people going through recovery. Sober living home is the bridge between inpatient intensive care unit and uncontrolled home environment of total individual freedom.

To prevent returning to ill-state, the patients are presented with lively experience that makes them feel at home. If you are looking for the right sober living home, please speak with us now on 0800 246 1509 and we will help.


Residents of sober living homes engage in productive activities geared towards achievement of full recovery goal:

  • Restoration to trust from family members and friends caused by substance abuse.
  • Job hunting
  • Identifying housing following treatment
  • Coping and adjustment to normal life

In addition to this, you will also be able to put together a plan of prevention for relapse, this is aimed to highlight any triggers in your life that might lead you back down the path of substance abuse. You can create a plan so that you know what to do if the unwanted happens, and ways to avoid and trippers in your normal day-to-day life.


When To Live In A Sober Living Home

The best time to move into sober living home is shortly after leaving inpatient facility to focus on full recovery from addiction and live normal life.

Take advantage of benefits sober living homes offer to stay focused on the definitive recovery goal achievement. Recommended duration of staying in a sober living home is 90 days, however arrangement for staying longer or shorter time period can be made should there be need.


Finding The Right Sober Living Home

Recovering patients who want to go back to normal routine sooner and save money from inpatient care often opt to move to sober living homes as soon as they are allowed. Once the treatment centre is properly suited and sophisticated, it becomes easier for the patient to stay calm especially for patients who are yet to regain their wellness.