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Sober Facilities For Extended Stays


Sober Living Homes help occupants develop healthier lifestyle skills that will ensure they can focus on the road to recovery, this is why they are a perfect option for anyone leaving a treatment centre.

Take advantage of home environment in sober living homes to bridge the gap between inpatient facility and the "real world," outside.

Settling back to your normal routines might prove difficult, probably after being discharged from the clinical quarters. Practicing what you learn is encouraged at these homes as they serve as the middleman between the rehab centre and your home.


Moving into sober homes is the safest recommended alternative way out for most people instead of directly going home after inpatient treatment to avoid compromising situations that could sabotage recovery progress gains.


They are also a great place to address any problems, concerns or issues you may have about going from a well controlled treatment facility into an unsupervised daily routine.

The sober home will help you to acquire whatever you need to survive in the fight against addiction at home, although the environment is not at par with that of rehab centres.


The Distinct Characteristics Of A Sober Living Home

Inpatient centres run tight intensive rehabilitation programs which leave patients with less destructions and influence back to addiction dependence. In a sober living home, there is a difference. Positive relationships and support system is being promoted in sober homes in order to help the patient in veering away from reverting to substance abuse. Support group system in sober living homes is ideal to avoid isolation which leads to relapse during recovery period.


Freedom of movement is available in a sober home. The environment simulates the normal life prior to drug use preparing them with the experiences and skills before going back to their homes. The patients are still guided by some rules such as restrictions on their movements at certain hours and congregating for discussion, despite the fact that they allow the patients some freedom.


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How To Keep Sober

Regaining of health is rather hastened by a sober living home program. You are moved from the healthcare facility to your normal resident, this is what you can achieve with this program.

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 772 3971 for information on available alternative homes.


Below are some activities that the recovering patient can do while living in a sober home

  • Re-establish relationships with family and friends which were once affected by the drug use.
  • Getting employed
  • Finding your own place
  • Coping and adjustment to normal life

In addition to this, you will also be able to put together a plan of prevention for relapse, this is aimed to highlight any triggers in your life that might lead you back down the path of substance abuse. You're capable of formulating a plan of action to minimize chances of relapse by identifying triggers that could lead you back.


Taking Advantage Of A Sober Living Home

Once you have completed your moment at the treatment centre, you can relocate to the sober living home, that's if you are interested in staying calm by yourself.

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. Although the normal period of staying in this home is 30 days, extension is possible for patients living there.


Locating A Sober Living 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. Once the treatment centre is properly suited and sophisticated, it becomes easier for the patient to stay calm especially for patients who are yet to regain their wellness.