How Sober Living & Recovery Residences Support Recovery
In this region of the country sober housing refers to non-medical environments intended to facilitate recovery from drug use disorders by offering a substance-free living atmosphere and are widely used to help people move back into their everyday lives after completing highly structured residential treatment services (e.g., obtaining employment and establishing more permanent residence).
Individuals are helped by sober housing, which have a healthy living space and a network of recovery-related social support.
What is a Recovery Residence?
- Often peer supported
- Private pay
What sober living is not:
- Insurance or government paid
- Clinical treatment