The Bridge is professionally managed and directed by a Licensed Psychotherapist and Interventionist. We have an extremely knowledgeable and professional staff with over 80 years of combined recovery. Our staff to resident ratio is unparalleled.
The Bridge has encouraging and caring Residents Managers who live in their own apartments on property.
The Bridge has a men’s location and a women’s location that are both in upscale neighborhoods and are conveniently located close to 12-Step meetings, job opportunities, shopping, and public transportation.
KAT Sober Living offers Clients an opportunity to begin a clean and sober life with a regimented program customized for each individual. Daily meetings, fellowship, sponsorship, prayer, meditation and 12 Step work are incorporated into a daily living plan for their sober life.
Alcohol and drug rehabilitation can help addicts and alcoholics learn how to permanently change destructive behavior. Post Treatment/Detox Clients that transition through KAT Sober Living will be strongly encouraged to continue and maintain a sober lifestyle. We believe that all addicts and alcoholics deserve an equal opportunity to recover.
Each location has a weekly house meeting that covers the AA Big Book and the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Mandatory attendance is required at all weekly house meetings.
The Sanctuary will endeavor to provide safe, substance free, affordable, and supportive housing environments for individuals recovering from substance use disorders who wish to establish and maintain long term sobriety and to develop the skills and insight necessary to be positive, responsible, and productive members of society.
The Sanctuary strives to manage its residences ethically, honestly, and professionally. The Sanctuary residences foster a sense of home and community and offer a guest security and stability. The Sanctuary residences encourage the transition to independent living by providing a recovery environment that advances the belief that “the therapeutic value of one addict helping another is without parallel”.
Our community is conducive for developing a personalized plan of recovery to gain self-confidence, build and maintain family relationships, acquire stable employment, and return to life with an entirely new lifestyle and approach to living.
The mission of PRC is to promote community based recovery opportunities. To develop, nurture, and implement a culturally relevant residential program for individuals addicted with the disease of alcoholism and substance abuse. To incorporate and utilize cultural and traditional events, daily living skills, educational activities and therapeutic community service support systems. Whereby providing a strong foundation for individuals to overcome defaults of character and empower all people with success in "wellbriety".
Chapter 5 is one of Arizona's top licensed substance abuse rehabilitation centers for those who seek Partial Hospitalization Programming, Intensive Outpatient Treatment or Outpatient Treatment and/or Structured Residential Sober Living. Our goal is to help those who are serious about their recovery and we have a large number of alumni who have achieved long-term sobriety.At Chapter 5, feelings are valued, shared freely and explored fully without fear of physical, verbal or emotional confrontation. We support success in all areas of our lives, with constant focus on the spiritual, physical and emotional growth of our Guests. We upgrade. We progress. We live by a higher standard.
Some of the insurance providers accepted by this rehab:
Stepping Stones provides supportive, affordable housing for individuals recovering from chemical dependency in Madison County. By promoting independence and personal responsibility, we mitigate relapse in substance abusers. Each house is self-run by residents according to the Oxford model. The goal of Stepping Stones is to ensure every recovering individual in the Huntsville area has access to quality housing and a supportive environment including access to employment.
Residential Recovery Phase I
Our intensive faith-based, recovery program for alcohol and drug abuse usually last 6-7 months in the first phase depending on the needs of the resident. This structured, home environment has 24 hour supervision and constant monitoring. Behavioral stabilization, criminal thinking, group therapy, along with our principle based twelve step workshops help our residents learn to enjoy life without substance use, and learn to develop true and healthy relationships. In addition to our intense program we promote personal responsibility, we address the physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being of our residents.
Transitional Living Phase II
The great advantage of transitional living is that the resident can share any obstacles she encounters in the real world that normally might trigger her to relapse. Being able to return to a safe transitional housing environment where she gets love and support can greatly guide her in how to work through life without alcohol or substance abuse.
Residents who have worked Steps 1-7 will continue to receive one-on-one counseling. If needed and if the family is agreeable we assist with finding a suitable family counselor. We offer life skills training, problem solving, and personal development along with other vital necessities.
Setting healthy boundaries and finding peace and confidence within self is critical within the transitional living process! Sobriety is a life long management process and that is the truth. Unfortunately, many residents leave Recovery Homes thinking they are cured and that they can return to life as if they were never an alcoholic or drug addict. This is a sad reality that almost always leads to relapse. Accepting the truth and helping our residents find passion and purpose is imperative to self-worth and happiness.
Journeymen currently has 3 male homes and 1 female. All homes are located close to bus routes for easy assess. Journeymen requires a minimum of 5 - 12 Step (AA or NA) meetings a week. Residents are required to have an AA or NA Sponsor within two weeks of arrival. Residents are required to perform daily chores. Residents are encouraged to seek employment.
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What is a sober house (a/k/a 3/4 house) and why are they important?
A sober house, also called a ¾ house, recovery house, or transitional living facility houses individuals recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction in order for them to focus on their recovery. Its residents are individuals coming directly from rehabilitation or 12-step programs, halfway houses, inpatient treatment facilities or those who simply want to have a sober environment to aid them in their transition. Sober houses provide a valuable method in assisting individuals in their long-term recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism, allowing recovering alcoholics and addicts a place to live a normal life while they continue their recovery.
What are common characteristics of a sober house?
The following are the chief characteristics of a sober house:
Residents live in or work out provided they follow the house rules.
It promotes 12-Step programs
It has a secured, safe and competent structure intended for the long-term recovery of individuals.
It has a 24-hour house manager and staff that implement the programs and exercises close supervision.
What is the difference between a halfway house and a sober house?
A sober house is an inexpensive drug and alcohol- free environment where the alcoholic or drug addict can obtain support from peer groups. In general, the rules at a halfway house are stricter than the rules at a sober house (sometimes called a 3/4 house). It provides a positive environment for recovering addicts and alcoholics to receive the emotional support they need from residents going through the same experiences. Experts agree that both halfway houses and sober houses (also referred to together as recovery housing or transitional living) are very important tools to use in one's lifelong recovery journey.
A halfway house imposes strict regulations for its residents in order to mitigate the chances of relapse. Residents are required to sign the house rules contract that includes the policy against bringing alcoholic drinks and prohibited drugs, and requires the adherence to curfew and similar rules. Noncompliance to the house rules subjects a resident to removal from the halfway house.
What things should I look for in evaluating sober homes?
Safe, secure and drug-free. The sober house must have the necessary permit to ensure fire safety and building security. Unwarranted intrusions from outsiders must be eliminated. Alcohols and drugs should be strictly prohibited within the premises.
Strict, written rules and guidelines. This is to ensure that the residents will have a structured environment that will minimize the possibility of relapse.
Supportive staff available 24x7. There must be a manager or a staff member to answer the needs of the residents 24/7.
12-Steps or comparable programs. Twelve Step programs are vital methods in alcoholism and drug addiction recovery. The residents must be trained to be accountable for their actions so that they will be able to cope up with the challenges that await them in the outside world.