The Benefits of Sober Living & Outpatient Treatment

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The Benefits of Sober Living & Outpatient Treatment

Lack of a stable, alcohol and drug free living environment can be a serious obstacle to sustained abstinence. Sober living houses (SLHs) are alcohol and drug free living environments for individuals attempting to abstain from alcohol and drugs. They are not licensed or funded by state or local governments and the residents themselves pay for costs. Sober living environments are distinctly different from rehabilitation centers which typically administer more intensive recovery and less freedom.

The gap between inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment can be a broad one. Simply put, there are lots of people who spend 28 days in rehab only to go right back to their previous environment and fall right back into their old habits. That’s why sober living environments exist, to bridge that difficult gap between inpatient and outpatient treatment and give people someplace to go during the transition. There are several significant advantages of establishing sober living houses associated with outpatient treatment as opposed to traditional halfway houses. While the level of support is less intense than that offered in residential treatment, it is more intense than you may find in freestanding SLHs. There are usually rules and structure, as well as recovery meetings among all the residents at the facility. Sober living programs often help get individuals with reconnecting with work or school, as well as connecting with an outpatient recovery program.

Many people mistakenly believe they’re “cured” of addiction after the withdrawals and detox are over or do not have access to appropriate housing that supports sustained recovery. Recovery at The Crossroads is affiliated with a sober living house and offers transportation to and from the treatment facility.

If you feel like sober living with outpatient treatment is right for you, call now.
Recovery at the Crossroads – 888-466-5950

Recovery at The Crossroads, where you never walk alone.

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