Sober Living in Austin TX
Sober Living Homes for Men, Women and LGBTQ in Austin, TX
Sometimes relocating to another city is the best way to focus on your recovery and distance yourself from a harmful living environment. Sober living in Austin, Texas can be a fantastic experience, especially for young adults in recovery. Not only is it a growing city with plenty of opportunities for education and employment, but Austin is also home to a strong and well-established support community for individuals in recovery.
Each of our gender-specific sober living homes in Austin, Texas provides a safe, structured and substance-free environment where you can truly thrive while you build your new life of sobriety. Each sober living home is conveniently located near grocery stores, restaurants and other business that will make life easier for you. In addition, our Austin sober living homes also provide convenient commutes via public transportation for residents who need to get to school and/or work but do not have a vehicle.
All of our Austin, Texas sober living locations also offer on and off-site support staff, a tiered program model, and accountability with assigned program coordinators and regular drug and alcohol screening.
With these features and recovery support services in mind, Austin, Texas is the perfect place for you to continue on your journey of recovery. Learn more about our men’s, women’s and LGBTQ sober living locations below.
Men’s Sober Living in Austin, Texas
We offer one sober living apartment complex for men in Austin. All of these apartment units are completely furnished and provide a recovery-friendly environment with great amenities, support services, and clean, comfortable living spaces. Single room apartments are also available.
Women’s Sober Living in Austin, Texas
We have two sober living locations for women in Austin, Texas, located in the north central area of the city. Each of our women’s sober living locations is fully furnished and conveniently located near a bus route and local shopping centers for easy access to everything you need to live comfortably. Intensive support programs are offered at each location. One bedroom apartments upon availability.
LGBTQ Sober Living in Austin, Texas
Our sober living apartments for LGBTQ men are fully furnished and located in Central Austin. They also offer full recovery support and a very easy commute to the University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College, for residents who wish to pursue higher education. Our LGBTQ sober living apartments are located near a number of stores, businesses, and bus routes for convenient transportation and employment opportunities.
Addresses – Eudaimonia Recovery Homes – (512) 402-3284
7211 Northeast Dr
Austin, TX 78723
11509 February Drive
Austin, TX 78753
3204 Canter Lane
Austin, TX 78759
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About the Area: Austin, Texas
Austin, Texas is the capital of Texas and touts popular nicknames such as the “Live Music Capital of the World” and “Silicon Hills”. It is a rapidly growing city, boasting a 39% increase in population since 2000, and a large LGBTQ community. The median age of Austin residents is 32.
Population and Income
According to the United States Census Bureau, Austin’s estimated population was 947,890 as of July 2016. The median household income is $57,689 (in 2015 dollars).
The unemployment rate in Austin, Texas is 2.9%, which is significantly lower than the state unemployment average, with job growth of 3.02%. The top three industries are professional, scientific and technical services, construction and retail trade.
Nearby Colleges and Universities
Austin is home to the University of Texas at Austin, which has more than 38,000 undergraduate students and 12,000 graduate students. Other nearby colleges and universities include:
- St. Edward’s University
- Austin Community College
- The Art Institute of Austin
Attractions and Things to Do
Austin is also home to a wide range of outdoor activities in addition to a variety of live music venues and shows, world-class museums and local events, such as South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival and the Austin Film Festival.
Other popular city attractions include:
- Barton Springs Pool
- Bullock Texas State History Museum
- Austin Zoo
- Austin Aquarium
- University of Texas Tower
- Austin 360 Bridge
- Austin Ballet