The transition from addict to non-addict can be a challenging time. It is during this time that addicts need to learn how to support themselves by going through…
The transition from addict to non-addict can be a challenging time. It is during this time that addicts need to learn how to support themselves by going through the process of quitting heavy alcohol use. A transition living residence is a transitional living complex that can provide many services that can assist those in recovery such as: on-site case management, individual and group therapy, and group support. There are no funding grants to match this program and no credit needed. Transition Living Homes is a not for profit agency that assists individuals and families facing an alcohol-related crisis.
The Sober Living home is strategically located in a transitional area in Mesa, Arizona that is not near any hospitals or treatment facilities. This location puts the client in the midst of their peers and has access to many of the same resources that an inpatient would have at a hospital such as: social workers, therapists, physicians and nurses. By having a close knit community of support, transition homes help to create a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment for their clients in order to help them transition into sobriety.
To qualify for a Sober Living Home you must be at least 50 years old and currently in need of safe, sober living. If you are a former alcoholic, you must undergo a one-month transitional living program consisting of: group therapy, on-site case management, and relapse prevention counseling. The transitional program will help you develop skills and develop a new relationship with your peers that will strengthen your recovery. You do not have to go back to an old lifestyle; you can live a new life.