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Length of Stay in a Transitional Sober Living Home

Author: Leah K. Walker, PhD Sober living homes provide housing and social support for people leaving residential drug treatment, jail, or who simply need an environment free from substance abuse...

Who Works at Recovery Residences?

Making the transition back to your normal life after completing an inpatient recovery program can feel scary and uncertain. It might help to know that there are recovery residences that...

How Much Does Sober Living Cost?

Sober living homes were once called halfway houses. Although the term had a specific definition at one time, the word became slang for homes full of people still struggling with addiction, often...

How to Avoid Relapse

Addiction is a common occurrence in the United States, as more than 23 million Americans were addicted to drugs or alcohol in 2010, as noted by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids....

Aftercare: Coping Skills for Addiction Treatment

Recovering from an addiction disorder is a long process – often a lifelong one. Many experts regard addiction as something that can’t be cured; rather, it is considered to be...

How Are Sober Living Homes Accredited?

The primary focus of a sober living home is to provide social support for people who have gone through recovery. These people may need help staying sober while they find or maintain...

Overview of Sober Living

Sober living homes are stable living environments that promote recovery and continued sobriety. These homes are typically based on the principles of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-Step program, but as sober living...

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