Early addiction recovery can be challenging in many ways–and finding stable, sober housing is often the first obstacle people need to navigate after rehab. Those with a history of addiction, homelessness, incarceration, or lack of employment need access to community support and resources that help them stay committed to sobriety. Without the solid foundation of […]
Addiction is a chronic and progressive disease that requires extensive treatment and lifelong maintenance to sustain long-term recovery. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the relapse rate for substance use disorder is between 40 to 60%. With that being said, it’s important to take advantage of all of the services available for addiction […]
When you complete an inpatient addiction treatment program, the transition from rehab to independent living can be challenging because you will face a myriad of new triggers for relapse upon returning to daily life. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the relapse rate for addiction is between 40 to 60%. While this statistic […]
Living in a sober living home can be a positive and supportive experience for many individuals in recovery. Residents often report feeling a sense of camaraderie, fellowship, and belonging with their peers, and the structured environment can provide a sense of stability and routine that is beneficial during the early stages of recovery. While each […]
If you or a loved one have completed recovery at a treatment center and are looking into what transitional living is, we have the answer.
If you or a loved one are looking to go to a halfway house and want to know if they are safe to go to. We have the answer.
If you or a loved one have been in or are looking to go into sober living, you might want to know how to transition from that to the outside world again.
After completing recovery you could choose to further your recovery by going into a halfway house or sober living house. What are these?
Would you or a loved one have to stay in a halfway house during the entire recovery period, or is it possible to leave whenever you want?