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What is Sober Living?
Sober living – also known as a recovery residence or halfway house – is a way for individuals in early recovery to live together. Sober houses are meant to be a controlled environment without the temptations of drugs or alcohol. By living with others in recovery, an individual is not only residing in a safe place but also surrounded by a like-minded community with a common goal of life-long sobriety.
Who Are Recovery Residences For?
Anyone in active substance abuse recovery! Plain and simple. It does not matter how short or long you’ve been in recovery for - sober living is open to everyone who has the drive towards a substance-free life.
Sober living is especially convenient for young adults. Often times, students in recovery find sober living extremely useful. It allows them to find other students in recovery which can help separate themselves from the popular party culture around campus.
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