Association of Pennsylvania
A sober living home operates as a bridge between an inpatient facility or some other type of treatment or similar situation and the outside world. Often times, a person leaving an inpatient facility finds themselves struggling with adjusting back to daily life. Sober living homes offer an in-between recovery option that allows you to reinforce the lessons learned during treatment.
For a lot of people in recovery, moving into a sober living home after treatment makes the difference between going back to their old habits or continuing on the path to sobriety.
A sober living home is a great options to alleviate any concerns you may have about going from such a monitored environment right back into daily life.
It doesn’t’ provide the same level of structure as an inpatient facility, but it does present an intermediate sober environment that encourages residents to develop healthy coping skills and habits for when they return home.
The Sober Living Association of Pennsylvania has several types of sober living homes in our network, from very structured homes to those with more freedom and flexibility, depending on what each person needs. There are homes which recommend the 12 Step Programs, those who offer Medically Assisted Treatment, as well as homes guided by Christian values and principles. Please see out list of houses to contact each one individually for more information.
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