About Sober Living Homes
Our Sober Living Homes are designed and created for housing men or women struggling with alcoholism or addiction. Our Sober Living Homes are patterned after Oxford House, Inc. A National organization which began serving alcoholics and addicts in 1975 and now boasts over 2,000 homes nationally in which statistics show more than 80% of their residents avoid relapse. (Learn more at oxfordhouse.org)
Many of our residents come to us after attending rehab, detox facilities, or have been recently incarcerated and need temporary housing prior to returning home. Upon entry, our residents must pass a drug test showing they are clean. We have a strict zero-tolerance policy of drug and alcohol use. Keeping our residents free from relapse is of paramount importance. Intoxicated residents can trigger relapse among other residents.
We do not have a minimum or maximum time limit for occupancy. Our homes are available on a month to month basis in which our residents can live, learn, and grow into recovery and eventually create their own productive way of living. As long as they stay sober, follow the rules and procedures of the home, and participate in the day to day activities necessary in running the Sober Home in which they live.
We are mindful of what is at stake in our Sober Living Homes and strive to create homes that are near shopping, bus lines and recovery meetings. Our homes are their homes, and we provide utilities, wi-fi access, and referrals to many local community resources able to help with food, hygiene, clothing and identification. Learn more about available help & resources on our Community Resources page.