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Houses To Live Soberly

Extended Stays In Sober Homes


Sober living homes provide a safe and conducive environment for recovering patients after or even during the treatment process.

Sometimes referred to as a Halfway House, sober living homes function as a junction between inpatient treatment centres and the "normal" world.

Breaking away from addiction upon return home is challenging to adjust and adapt to uncontrolled drug atmosphere. Sober living homes provide another safe and structured environment for recovering addicts to build on the lessons they learnt whist in treatment.


The decision to live in a sober home will help you continue with your progress rather than falling into a relapse as believed by many people who are on the road to gaining victory over their addiction.


The thought of moving from an inspected region and back to your normal life routine can be terminated by a sober living home.

The routines and rules in a sober home are not the same and as strict as the one in inpatient facilities but the place offers an encouraging atmosphere in transitioning to the actual post-rehab living conditions.


What To Anticipate From Homes For Sober Living

Sober homes do not have strict and immersive recovery programs similar to treatment centres. However, the reverse is the case in sober living homes. Objective of moving into sober living homes is to forge friendship with people sharing similar challenges for encouragement and support to refrain from drug and alcohol. Support group system in sober living homes is ideal to avoid isolation which leads to relapse during recovery period.


Residents (recovering patients) can stay and go without restrictions as long as they follow the house rules in keeping a safe environment. Most times outpatients return back to their daily activities and endeavours, because the system permits them to heal quickly and relate normally. There are no strict routines in the sober home but the residents are still expected to follow house rules such curfews and group session attendance.


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How To Keep Sober

In some cases, the sober living home spells a good chance of averting relapse to achieve full recovery. Sober living home is the bridge between inpatient intensive care unit and uncontrolled home environment of total individual freedom.

Sober living homes mirror a normal daily life, and implement standard situations and interactions to slowly introduce residents back into daily living. You need assistance identifying suitable sober living home, please call us now on 0800 246 1509 for information on available alternative homes.


Whatever you need to succeed in your fight will be supported by the Sober living home such as:

  • Reigniting friendships and ruined relations with family that might have been affected by the substance abuse.
  • Job hunting
  • Finding your own place
  • Helping shape a normal sober life

You can identify what is responsible for the addiction and fashion out an effective antidote against it in form of. You can create a plan so that you know what to do if the unwanted happens, and ways to avoid and trippers in your normal day-to-day life.


When Time To Move Into A Sober Living Home

If you believe you can't go on without any assistance after leaving a rehab centre, you should go to this home without any doubt.

Many recovering abusers have found that sober living homes are the perfect step to take, and have been a very important factor in their continued sobriety. In common situations residents stay at sober living homes for anywhere up to 90 days, however, arrangements can be made to stay longer if needed.


In Search Of A Sober Home

Recovering patients who want to go back to normal routine sooner and save money from inpatient care often opt to move to sober living homes as soon as they are allowed. Patients find a sense of normalcy in sober homes hence they check out from inpatient care as soon as they can.