Sober Living

Sober living homes provide safety and accountability for men and women with addiction and mental health issues to rebuild their lives and continue their path of recovery.

Begin Healing Today

Private & Confidential

Let’s say you or a loved one has nearly completed an alcohol or drug rehab addiction treatment program. Now what? Maybe a sober recovery home is a good choice for you. Or perhaps you’re proceeding to start an outpatient program, but living at home isn’t a supportive environment for you.

Typically, individuals will choose to live in a sober home after completing a detox program, treatment center, or residential program. The level of support and community that sober living homes provide allows individuals to maintain the progress that they’ve achieved during the treatment process.

Sober living for men and women provides the opportunity to live in a healthy, safe, and alcohol and drug-free environment, usually after completing treatment at an inpatient facility. It is a step down from residential treatment for men and women transitioning from treatment back into their everyday lives.

Trying to determine the appropriate next step after inpatient treatment can be challenging, as there are various options. The steps you take to treat substance abuse and mental health after inpatient treatment is known as “aftercare.” Creating an effective aftercare plan is critical for the client’s continued success, and choosing a sober living that is the right fit is a fundamental part of many of these plans.

What is Sober Living?

The journey to sobriety and recovery is a difficult road to travel. This is where sober living residents come in. Transitional housing homes help clients transition from substance abuse treatment or rehab to the real world and off drugs and alcohol. They’re homes dedicated to keeping you sober by allowing you to live outside a facility but under the watchful care of staff with experience. Clients living here are transported to and from recovery-related activities, such as meetings or intensive outpatient programming. 

Deciding to stay in a transitional housing environment is an excellent choice for many individuals. These are homes where you live with other people facing similar challenges. Each house has a dedicated manager and multiple staff members to assist you in your addiction treatment program. PURE even employs a chef to prepare balanced meals for its clients. 

Since PURE’s goal is to help you with your clean and sober recovery program, we provide random drug testing weekly. This allows clients to be accountable and on track for their drug treatment. 

Why Choose Pure Recovery

Case managers work directly with clients, family members, doctors, therapists, clinicians, and other outside service providers to keep clients on track and promote long-term recovery. Case managers keep clients accountable by helping clients create realistic, achievable recovery goals while encouraging improved self-confidence and self-discipline – the two cornerstones of healthy long-term sobriety. 

Support Systems

When you're dealing with an addiction, your support system is very important. You need to have people you can talk to and trust about your issues.

Round-The-Clock Support

We make sure that our client's are provided with round-the-clock support in every department.

Evidence-Based Treatment

Evidence-based treatment is one that relies on scientific data and medical knowledge to provide support for a specific treatment or procedure.

Family Therapy & Couples Counseling

Family therapy and couples counseling offer the opportunity for individuals and families to receive one-on-one help.

Fitness Center

Recreational activities like a fitness center is important in an individuals lifestyle. Working out can help the individual get their mind off things.

Prepared Meals

When you are able to make healthy choices and enjoy a good meal, you'll find that you are happier, healthier, and even have more energy than ever before.

We're here to help you 24/7

Pure Recovery LIC

What are Halfway Houses?

Halfway houses are comparable to other sober homes, and it’s no surprise that people frequently confuse them. Halfway houses are the halfway point between an institution, with residents usually coming from correctional or inpatient treatment facilities. Halfway houses are intended to reintroduce residents into society, free from the tensions and stimuli of a potentially dangerous home atmosphere.

Also, like other sober living communities, halfway houses generally have procedures to keep residents straight, and drug tests are usually distributed to monitor for substance usage. They also often come with additional mental health services that help people get habituated to their life skills. These recovery homes typically have house rules such as a curfew. During 12-step meetings, the on-site referral may have interventions for alcohol addiction.

What’s a Typical Day like in a Sober Living House?

The typical day in a sober living facility is balanced between recovery services, personal activities, and staying clean and sober. Depending on your recovery plan, this can include visits to your rehab facility for scheduled sessions. However, you may partake in other activities structured by the sober living house. Clients can also expect to be randomly drug tested around twice per week. Each recovery-focused activity is meant to hold you accountable and keep you on track.

PURE believes in familial connection and support for your success. Family weekends are scheduled for every other month. This allows you to reconnect and rebuild healthy relationships with your family members. 

Finally, living in a sober facility allows you to integrate into the outside world. Explore the local area and take in the city’s attractions. The balance of stcity’sed recovery and personal freedom is an excellent way to transition to independence.

How Do You Find a Sober-Living Home?

Since sober living generally follows addiction treatment, getting a referral from a treatment provider is recommended. Other referral sources may include the criminal justice system, a mental health specialist, 12-Step programs participants, friends, and family.