Sober living in Philadelphia – the birthplace of the United States of America, is a great fit for all ages. Those in recovery here will enjoy the rich historic culture and attractions such as the Independence Hall (one of the only World Heritage sites in the country and where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were drafted and signed) and the Liberty Bell (a symbol of the abolitionist movement). It also includes the historic houses, government buildings, museums, churches, and cemeteries that makeup Independence National Historical Park, the “most historic square mile in America” run by the National Parks Service that sees millions of visitors every year. Philadelphia offers a unique setting for an eclectic mix of modern lifestyles, mingling both the edgy and the sophisticated. History and art are pervasive in the city proper. Walking through downtown, you’ll likely spot murals and mosaics coating the sides of industrial warehouses and ivy climbing the walls of 300-year-old brick buildings. Culture is well-established in Philly, too, as evidenced by the array of art galleries, music venues, and theaters.
Eudaimonia is proud to offer one sober living home for men in this location. All of our sober homes provide structured community living with strict substance-free policies. This home also has a house manager that ensures accountability among residents with regular drug and alcohol testing.
Our fully furnished residential home is well-maintained and provides great amenities for our residents. Our sober living home in Philadelphia is designed to be a comfortable, safe, and supportive living space where men in recovery can practice living sober on their own.
If you are looking for a fresh start, Philadelphia, PA is perfect for you to continue on your recovery journey. Learn more about our men’s sober living location below.
With the many green spaces that bring welcome relief from the daily hustle and bustle and are an integral part of the City of Philadelphia, living here is very affordable. Our sober living home provides a beautiful and active outdoor environment for men in recovery. These sober living homes in Philadelphia offer structured living and accountability with regular drug and alcohol testing. The residential home offers wonderful amenities in a comfortable, clean setting and is conveniently located near a bus route and a number of local retail employment opportunities.
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1250 N 54th St, Philadelphia, PA 19131
About the Area: Philadelphia, PA
Embracing a new lifestyle of sobriety comes with a whole host of changes. From creating a new healthy daily routine for yourself to developing a brand new social circle, living sober is a whole new experience.
Some people find that relocating to a new city or state gives them a fresh start and a new environment in which they can better adjust to these changes. If you’re looking for a new place to begin your sober life, Philadelphia is a great option.
Perhaps one of the more interesting things about living in Philadelphia is that it’s a large city that is able to retain a small-town feel in many ways. Living in Philadelphia is still much more affordable than most cities of its size, and since most folks living in cities know to expect higher costs, moving to Philadelphia is a pleasant surprise for most. Job opportunities in the healthcare and education industries, incredible arts and culture, and highly-rated universities, The City of Brotherly Love has become a top destination for people who want to live on the East Coast.
Population and Income
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2020, Philadelphia, PA had a population of 1.58M people with a median age of 34.6 and a median household income of $49,127. Between 2019 and 2020 the population of Philadelphia, PA grew from 1.58M to 1.58M, a 0.156% increase and its median household income grew from $45,927 to $49,127, a 6.97% increase.
While you’re enrolled in a Eudaimonia sober living program, you’ll need to be volunteering and working (or actively looking for a job). Although our transitional housing program provides employment assistance, having a variety of options always makes the process easier.
If you’re looking to start over in a new place, you’ll want to make sure that you have plenty of opportunities for personal and professional success. Moving to a location that has a healthy and grown economy is a great way to set yourself up for success. A healthy economy means more job opportunities, fair wages, and plenty of opportunities for career and education advancement.
Nearby Colleges and Universities
Colleges and universities in the greater Philadelphia area are spread throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Schools on this list benefit from the proximity to a city filled with museums, landmarks, and rich history. The University of Pennsylvania, located in Philadelphia, is consistently a top-ranked school in U.S. News National Universities rankings.
Eudaimonia’s transitional living program also offers educational assistance, if you decide you want to go to school or continue a degree program while enrolled in a sober living program.