Eudaimonia Recovery Homes offers sober living homes in several different locations around the United States. We believe that in some instances, relocating to another city or state may be the best way to maintain your sobriety after completing an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program. While there are some challenges and hurdles you must overcome when you move to a new place, there are also many advantages to relocating to a new city after rehab.
- A fresh start – Sometimes it’s difficult to maintain a new life of sobriety when you are constantly barraged with reminders of your previous life of addiction. Starting over in a brand new place offers a fresh start and the chance to rebuild your life in an environment that is filled with endless opportunities.
- New relationships – Old relationships can also be a source of stress for individuals who are trying to maintain a substance-free lifestyle. Moving to a new city or state provides you with time and opportunity to establish new, healthy relationships with sober friends who will support your decision to continue your recovery.
- A healthier living environment – If you are worried about returning to a harmful living environment after rehab, transitional housing may provide the structure, accountability, and safety you need to continue living a sober life.
Our priority is to provide you with a safe, supportive place to continue your recovery journey. Whether you choose to relocate to one of the following transitional housing locations or you already live nearby, Eudaimonia is proud to offer unique sober living opportunities in Houston, Austin and Colorado Springs. Learn more about each of these cities below.
Austin, Texas is a rapidly growing city with a well-established recovery support community and a large LGBTQ population. Austin is also home to the University of Texas at Austin, as well as several other colleges and universities for those who would like to continue their education. Additionally, a popular music scene, plenty of outdoor recreation activities, and a host of local attractions and fun things to do make Austin, Texas a popular choice for young adults in recovery.
Houston, Texas is a great place to live year-round, with warm, tropical weather, plenty of local sporting events, and an eclectic restaurant scene. Although it is one of the largest cities in the country, Houston boasts a low cost of living when compared to other cities its size. Employment opportunities are also varied and strong, and a host of local colleges and universities make it an ideal place for people of all ages to continue their recovery while advancing their education and career, if they choose.
Colorado Springs offers a life in recovery with the gorgeous backdrop of Pikes Peak. The area is known for its active outdoor recreation community and a local tourist-based economy provides a wealth of employment opportunities for residents. Pikes Peak Community College and Colorado College (among others) are located nearby and attractions like the Garden of the Gods, Peterson Air and Space Museum, and Old Colorado City ensure there’s never a lack of fun things to do.