Our North Carolina sober living program includes lodging and counseling sessions in a comfortable, supportive environment designed to help maintain sobriety and develop the skills to transition back into an everyday successful life.
What are Sober Living Homes Like?
A transitional housing or sober house, serves as a residence for individuals in the process of addiction recovery, offering supervision and assistance as they reintegrate into society.
A clean and Sober Housing enables one to maintain some structure while adjusting to life without substance use and will help you develop habits on how to stay clean and sober.
Light housekeeping services, such as linen laundering, are performed by on-site staff to support and let you concentrate on the activities that are vital to your ongoing recovery.
**Clients are responsible for their own meals.**
Group and individual therapy transitional sober living let one continue the work done during the addiction treatment program but with a different vibe.
You can also participate in 12-step peer support programs or other intensive outpatient programs off-site, and treatment providers prepare transportation to the meetings to make attendance easy. Peer support lets you feel less alone in your journey toward long-term recovery, and seeing other people succeed at sobriety gives you the needed motivation to continue pursuing a healthy lifestyle.
Continued counseling services also provide further insight into what led to addiction, which can help avoid relapses.
What are the amenities of Sober Living?
Private access to the beach is also given to clients as it provides an opportunity for contemplative reflection and recreation.
Scheduled community activities help you stay connected with other clients in the program, making them your support groups on the road to a life free of substance use.
Families and friends can visit residents in a sober living program with an approved appointment, and many clients participate in family therapy to prepare for a return to living with relatives after their program ends.