Lack of a stable, alcohol and drug free living environment can be a serious obstacle to sustained abstinence. Destructive living environments can derail recovery for even highly motivated individuals. A sober living home can be an ideal transition arrangement after completing a drug rehab program. It allows a newly recovering alcoholic/addict to adjust to everything they have learned while still having some familiar aspects of a sober environment. Not everyone is ready to go from rehab straight home, and doing so might put some people's sobriety in jeopardy. The benefits of sober living allow a person to get a sense of what a real sober lifestyle is like outside the walls of rehab. Real life responsibilities, accountability, social norms, and cooperation are all a fundamental part of sober living.
Solid Recovery is committed to offering affordable, spacious, good quality housing in a home-like setting. The foundation of Solid Recovery is based on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are not a faith based program, but rather a spiritual program that encourages our men to attend 12-Step meetings, read the Big Book, get a sponsor, get into service and embrace the fellowship available to them. Our top priority is to assure a home that is harmonious and provides a serene, sober environment. Hence, our common welfare comes first, individual welfare follows closely after. Our goal is to assist all our residents in their return to independent living, and to help each individual become a useful and productive member of society.
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