When a residential recovery program ends and you return home, you are no longer surrounded by people who are engaged in supporting your new recovery. The distractions and temptations that had been removed from your life have returned. Being on your own again is exciting and, yet, at the same time, it can be quite intimidating. There is a transition stage to full recovery, and that sometimes involves a sober living home. This allows you to have more freedom than in residential care but at the same time provides the support you need.
At Compass Detox, our team provides a transitional sober living program that provides the support that some people need to maintain their recovery. If you may benefit from this type of program, reach out to our team today by calling [Direct] or completing our online form. We can help you determine if our transitional sober living program is right for you.
What Is Sober Living?
What is sober living? Sober living homes are separate from the residential treatment center. They are at a different location but provide many of the benefits and restrictions of a residential facility. There is no alcohol or drugs allowed on the premises. Random drug testing is part of the program, and there may be a curfew in place.
This type of structure, mimicking that of a treatment facility, helps you to stay away from bad influences while reintegrating yourself into your life on the outside. This transition period helps you build the confidence that you need to live on your own again without returning to your substance abuse issue. There is no time limit on how long you can stay. This decision will be up to you.
Benefits of a Sober Living Home
The main benefit of a sober living home is that you are not alone in managing your recovery. There will be support and structure to assist you in your recovery housing. Some of the other benefits of sober living include:
- You have the time to regain the life skills that help you thrive without alcohol or drugs. It is time to relearn or rededicate yourself to these daily rituals that significantly contribute to your wellness and recovery. Having a routine is crucial, so you are not trying to deal with what to do with your free time. Consistency is key to aiding recovery.
- You will develop positive relationships with the people you live with in the home. You are all committed to living in recovery and avoiding the pitfalls that cause so many people in a similar situation to slip up and relapse. Aligning your journey with others with the same goal is definitely a benefit.
- You will regain your independence. Now that you are transitioning back to being part of society, a new level of confidence will start growing as you begin to navigate this new reality. Each day of recovery provides you with the motivation to make significant and lasting positive changes to your life.
Choose Compass Detox for Your Sober Living Needs
What is sober living? A sober living home is a transitional living situation that can make the difference between building confidence in your ability to stay sober without losing sight of your goals. It takes time to get used to your old routines again and maybe some new ones. This is the perfect way to jumpstart your recovery.
At Compass Detox, we provide our patients with luxurious accommodations in a beautiful setting. We want to make you as comfortable as possible while you undergo what can be a complex and trying process. We can be reached online or at [Direct] for you to take the first step on your journey to wellness and recovery.