Westport House is a nationally recognized sober living program designed to reintegrate young men back into independence with the skills, practical experience, and foundation in recovery that best positions them for long-term success. Building upon the gains made during inpatient treatment, we emphasize goal-oriented action and the practical application of new coping skills to real life situations. Independence and personal responsibility gradually increase, with support from a team of experienced recovery professionals, individualized addiction treatment services, and graduated levels of residential care.
Following the basic principles of the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous, our highly personalized sober living environment helps each client develop the confidence and skills to lead a sober life full of meaning and purpose.
Shoreline Sober Living provides an upscale sober living experience just minutes from San Diego's beaches and vibrant lifestyle. Become quickly integrated into coastal San Diego's recovery community with us! Early recovery doesn't need to be a struggle. Sober living can accelerate and set the groundwork for continuous and lasting recovery. Come join us!
With more than 40 years of treatment experience, rest assured that our specialists will take the time to learn about your unique situation to gain an understanding of the specific needs of you or your loved one. We then develop a customized treatment plan with recommendations for the most appropriate care based on an individual's substance abuse and mental health history
Level of Home Membership based on quantity and quality of recovery.
Restrictions based on Membership Level.
Share room with one other individual, 4 persons to a unit.
Home activities and members well integrated into local recovery community.
Christ Recovery House is a 20 bed men's sober living facility offering a clean, safe, sober living-enviroment with accountability. We show compassion, grace-filled leadership and expect mutual accountability. We exist to bridge the gap between addiction and long-term recovery. Our goal is to develop House Leaders into House Directors, so that we are able to open additional houses under their direction. CRH believes that we can teach other men to pour their lives into 6 to 12 men. Each house will be independently run under CRH ministry. We hope to double the number of available beds within the next year, forcasting a growth of 80+ beds in the next 4-5 years.
This group home is focused on recovery and will have people who help support and hold each other accountable. Homes are organized democratically. Each home will have a housing manager who lives onsite, encourages housemates, and ensures a drug and alcohol free lifestyle.
What services are available to residents?
Individual and group therapy
Participation in self-help groups
Employment and vocational counseling
Workshops and seminars in human development
Peer responsibility in house government and community project
Family involvement series
Recreational and social activities
Aftercare counseling and alumni activities
Food and lodging
HIV/AIDS risk reduction education
Unique Services for Alcohol/Cocaine Abusers
Daily reminders on why they chose to quit
Documented abstinence through random drug screens
Cocaine Anonymous meetings, weekly, on the premises
Alcoholics Anonymous meeting weekly
Cocaine educational series that emphasizes negative consequences
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.
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.