Image by Marcos Paixão

SOBER LIVING SCHOLARSHIPS

Encouraging sobriety through financial assistance

 

The Issue

For many recovering addicts, the community of a sobriety-based group home is critical. However, those coming out of treatment often do not have jobs and the rent deposit on a sober-living house is out of reach. For these people, we sponsor their first month, enabling them time to get a job and become self-sustaining. More importantly, they receive the help they need to break free from addiction.

 

TREATMENT TIMELINE

Patients only have 24 days of rehab from start to finish*

Intake

DAY 1

An addict begins their recovery in a rehab facility.

Graduation

DAY 24

Recovering addicts have completed their treatment program. They will now leave the supportive environment of the facility.

What Now?

DAY 25

Leaving rehab means leaving support staff, counselors, and like-minded friends. Where can a recovering addict go to receive ongoing support and prevent relapse? Who will be their friend now that they are clean?

*Patients using only Medicare/Medicaid to pay for services

 

SOBER LIVING HOMES

Getting Well Together

Sober living homes are a critical resource for those in poverty ending their addictions. We will fund an entire month in a facility for someone getting clean. That is enough time to find a job and become self-sufficient as they continue recovery in community.

LIKE-MINDED COMMUNITY

Housemates have the same goals

SOBRIETY CENTRIC

Rules and programming that encourage success

LONG-TERM SOLUTIONS

Sobriety is a lifestyle, not a treatment event. Group homes can be lived in long-term.

Do you need help getting into or staying in sober living? Click below to get help.

Public Speaker
 
Give Someone Sobriety.png

YOU CAN HELP FIGHT ADDICTION

$181 sponsors a person to get into a group home. Give today.

 

Subscribe Form

(406) 252-1855

3005 1st Ave S, Billings, MT 59101, USA

  • Google Places
  • Facebook

©2019 by St. Vincent de Paul. Proudly created with Wix.com