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Sober Houses are living facilities that provide a structured living environment for people recovering from alcohol or substance abuse disorders. Not all sober houses are completely the same but they are all drug free environments that are beneficial for an individual recovering from substance abuse. There are no drugs or alcohol allowed in sober houses; the people who operate the homes make sure these are substance free residential living facilities that promote abstinence and recovery. Individuals who reside in sober houses help and support each other during their recovery process.
There are various reasons an individual would choose to stay in a sober home. Some people going through outpatient treatment have no other place to go while recovering from substance abuse or sometimes people are unable to go back to their living environment after inpatient treatment for various reasons.
Sober living homes are safe and helpful environments for a person who has no place to go while working toward their recovery.
All sober houses have rules that have to be complied with at all times, staying sober and substance free is one of them. In many sober homes the residents pay their own rent, buy their own foods, have to be employed or looking for employment, attend 12 step meetings, and are tested for substance use.
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