A significant component of recovery is for the client to transition back into “regular” life—including typical work, school, and family functions—while maintaining sobriety. Following a completion of either residential or outpatient care, it is often advisable to move the recovery journey into a transitional living setting—sometimes called a recovery house or a sober home.
This is not as intensive as residential treatment, yet it does provide the individual with a safe recovery environment as well as key opportunities to continue developing the coping skills needed for ongoing relief and recovery. In a transitional living house, those in recovery commit to helping and encouraging one another while maintaining a safe environment free from drugs and alcohol.
Everything at Experience Recovery is personalized to meet the needs of the individual, and transitional living is no exception. Short and long stays are both available, depending on the client’s needs. What is consistent throughout the transitional living experience is support, community, and the development of key skills and habits that promote relief and independence from addiction.
Transitional living is often an ideal way to shift from inpatient recovery into the next chapter of life—one of healing and wholeness. Learn more by contacting Experience Recovery today.