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.
Patients only have 24 days of rehab from start to finish*
An addict begins their recovery in a rehab facility.
Recovering addicts have completed their treatment program. They will now leave the supportive environment of the facility.
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.
Housemates have the same goals
Rules and programming that encourage success
Sobriety is a lifestyle, not a treatment event. Group homes can be lived in long-term.
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