Honor the power of your voice and begin your journey with us today!
Honor the power of your voice and begin your journey with us today!

Sober Living Home

Living with others in recovery, either during or after treatment, is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. In a sober living home, you live with a group of like-minded people. This is especially helpful in early recovery because they naturally foster an environment of growth. While it can be uncomfortable sometimes to share what is going on inside, having a core group of sober friends can make it easier to open up.

Nobody knows the struggles of a recovering individual better than another person in recovery. Staying in a sober living home gives you around-the-clock access to a caring group of people who understand what you’re going through.

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What is a Sober Living Home?

A sober living home is a supportive and secure environment that creates a space where you can focus on your recovery. During your stay in a sober living home, you can continue to build the skills you need to lead a sustainable, healthy sober life. Living in a sober environment allows you to take away the triggers and temptations associated with drug or alcohol abuse while providing around-the-clock access to clinical help and advice as needed. 

With other sober people sharing a home and support network, sober living offers an invaluable opportunity to share experiences, form connections, and receive emotional support during this difficult process. By creating this foundation of safety and structure that sober living provides, individuals have a greater chance at long-term success in their recovery from substance use disorder.

Building a Sober Community

As you get to know each other, it also becomes easier to see when someone is having a hard time. Offer a helping hand to someone else who is walking the path to recovery by your side can be an incredibly moving experience! Picking each other up and supporting one another is a fundamental of recovery, practiced daily in a sober living environment. Building a sober support network is crucial, and living with others in recovery is an excellent way to build up your own.

Accountability in Sober Living

Sober living is also a great way to remain accountable to not only yourself but your peers as well. A well-structured sober home should have a staff of addiction specialists available to you. The best programs employ staff who are also in recovery or perhaps have even been through the same or similar programs. Regular drug and alcohol testing should be a part of any quality sober living program. 

This continues to hold guests accountable and ensures a safe, sober environment for everyone. Whether you’ve completed treatment and want to remain in a sober environment or are currently enrolled in PHP or IOP and want to remain laser-focused on your recovery, a sober living home is an excellent idea.

Entering a Sober Living Home

Royal Life Centers offers access to our high-quality sober living home options to individuals participating in our aftercare program. We also offer graduate housing for those who graduate 12-week and wish to enter our outpatient program. If you’re ready to break free from addiction and begin a new way of life, Royal Life Centers is the place for you. Call us today at (877)-RECOVERY.

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