Maybe you’ve found yourself in a bad place; feeling uncertain about your future sober, struggling to deal with cravings, or hiding drug use from your friends and family again. If this is you, you’re not alone. It’s important to get back into treatment right away. Going back to rehab can help you address underlying issues that are causing your addiction to resurface and will give you the best chance at achieving lasting recovery.
Category: Sober Living
Certified peer recovery support specialists help sober people adjust to a new sober lifestyle. This type of peer support is a highly effective recovery service. Not only do individual testimonies support that fact, but so does the research.
Where can a sober person go after rehab? They’ll need a place where they can feel safe, supported, and committed to their sobriety, but going back home might not always be the best option. If family, friends, or roommates are abusing drugs or alcohol, returning to that kind of living environment is not an ideal […]
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt recently extended the stay-at-home order through May 8, 2020, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The order requires that all Austin residents stay at home and wear fabric face coverings when leaving home to attend work or to conduct essential activities. This means people should […]
Sober living homes are an essential part of the addiction recovery process for millions of Americans. However, too often, sober living residents fall off the bandwagon due to a lack of support, structure, and accountability. Simply providing people in recovery with sober housing isn’t enough, so Eudaimonia Recovery Homes is proud to introduce a brand […]
Continued success in sobriety isn’t just something that happens on its own. It’s a product of intentional decisions, commitment, and support. A sober living home can act as a safe haven for people who recently got sober and are looking for a new, fresh start in recovery. Whether you’re a current resident of Houston or […]
What’s the difference between a sober living home and group therapy? A sober living home provides safe and sober group housing to help people reintegrate back into society after completing addiction treatment or following a relapse. On the other hand, group therapy consists of group sessions facilitated by a therapist or counselor. The discussions address […]
If your loved one is currently living in a sober living home, there may come a time when you want to visit. This scenario can be complex for many reasons, but in this blog, we’ll provide several helpful tips for visiting a loved one in sober living.
When you first went to rehab, you made the transition from a life of active addiction into a life of recovery. Now that you’re sober and you’ve finished rehab, there’s yet another transition to make: going from rehab to sober living.
After rehab, many sober people enroll in a sober living program to receive additional support as they transition out of rehab and into a more independent lifestyle. Living sober on your own for the first time can be challenging, but sober living homes provide one-on-one support in a safe, sober, and supportive living environment. They […]
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Completing a rehab program is just the start of beginning a whole new life in recovery. As you transition out of rehab and into an independent sober lifestyle, it’s important that you set yourself up for success in a healthy living environment that promotes personal growth and continued recovery.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals are at a much higher risk of developing substance abuse and mental health issues.1 In a new study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, researchers at the […]
Updated on August 20th, 2020 Whether you’ve just completed rehab, you’ve been out of treatment for a few months, or you recently relapsed and need some support, a sober living home can provide the structure, accountability, and support you need to get back on track.