Angel Sober Living Located in 123 S Washington St Van Wert OH,45891
Sober living homes are designed to provide moderate structure and support for individuals in recovery within a substance free living environment. Sober living houses typically emphasize the social model of recovery) and often have a house parent or manager who monitors and supports the residents. This type of environment does not provide clinical treatment, but they do typically require that all residents comply with regular drug testing, a curfew, chores, and involvement with the Recovery Groups. It is shown that sober living homes are a helpful option for living following treatment especially, if a person’s original home environment is chaotic, unstable, and/or promotes substance use.
Most inpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers last about 30 to 90 days. Most treatment centers do not offer a solid aftercare program, especially for clients who may not be staying close to their rehab program. Aftercare is vital, a person leaving treatment should have at least some form of continued therapy set up to help clients avoid feeling like “fish out of water.” An outpatient treatment program usually meets at nighttime 2-3 times per week, sometimes less. We provides that extra cushion to help the person feel safe and achieve Sobriety.We
If we return to the four major factors that encourage a life in recovery (health, home, purpose, and community) we find that a Recovery Home provides all of this and more. If you believe returning to your home environment would increase your risk of relapse after rehab, here are several ways Sober Living can provide a healthy environment for recovery.
A lack of structure, rules, and accountability fuels substance abuse. On the contrary, a home environment with strict rules, people to keep you accountable, and a daily schedule to follow provides the consistency and structure needed to maintain sobriety in early recovery.
Safety and stability are basic survival needs and transitional housing offers comfortable living spaces that always ensure your safety. Staff and residents are welcoming and accepting of new residents, and they share many of the same life experiences and are all working toward the same goal: lifelong sobriety.
We provide recovery support services such as I.O.P, Psychotherapy , sober coaches, employment education and volunteer assistance that are designed to help clients maintain their recovery with a peer group and learn and implement relapse prevention skills.
Peer support is key to ongoing sobriety and a transitional living community is the best place to find it. Within a sober living home, all your fellow residents will be traveling the same journey that you are. This provides an opportunity for you to build healthy relationships while also encouraging, supporting, and helping others achieve their continued sobriety.
If You or a Loved one is Struggling With Drug or Alcohol Addiction