Sober Living Houses are facilities used by people recovering from substance abuse that serve as an interim environment between rehab and mainstream society. They’re primarily meant to provide housing for our clients who have recently come out of a recovery center (or released from custody) and who need a place to live that’s structured and supporting of those in recovery.
We are planning to have multiple private residences designated as Sober Living Houses, where graduates of our program can live, with their pet.
Each Sober Living House will be managed by a Success Reentry staff member. Residents will be required to accept and follow the SLH program rules, which will include a “no drugs or alcohol” clause.