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The Lotus Recovery House LLC. Florence AL 35630

Sober Living in Florence Alabama: This is the mission statement of The Lotus Recovery House LLC. In their mission statement...
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Freedom House Rogersville AL 35652

The Freedom House is a small, residential treatment and rehab center for men and women in crisis-particularly alcohol and drug...
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Tri County Treatment Center Birmingham AL 35210

Tri County Treatment Center in Birmingham Alabama is one of the popular sober living communities in the area. This community...
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His Way Huntsville AL 35811

A transition program for a man with a drinking problem is based on the "HIS way" - a simple, uncluttered,...
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Alcoholics Anonymous Mobile AL 36606

The main goal of Alcoholics Anonymous is that a person can become sober, learn how to live sober, and then...
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Montgomery Metro Treatment Center Montgomery AL 36117

Serving the community in the areas of Montgomery and Alabama, Sober Living provides affordable residential options to those struggling with...
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Bradford Health Services Talladega AL 35160

For families and individuals suffering from addiction to alcohol or other drugs of abuse, there is a network of safe...
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Celebrate Recovery Tuscaloosa Northport AL 35473

Celebrate Recovery is a twelve-year, faith-based drug and alcohol rehab program that provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation, life skills development,...
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Adult Transitional Home Mobile AL 36608

Adults are transitioning into adulthood in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Transitional housing is a great way for them to do just...
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Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders Columbiana AL 35051

The Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders is a Christian-based treatment center that provides treatment to those with anorexia,...
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American Legion Post 44 Gulf Shores AL 36542

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American Legion Post 44, a member of the California State Veterans Administration, is a transitional living facility for seniors that...
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Phoenix House Tuscaloosa AL 35401

The Phoenix House is a transitional living facility, providing a range of programs designed to meet the needs of people...
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AltaPointe Health Adult Outpatient – Zeigler Campus Mobile AL 36608

AltaPointe Health and Wellness Village offer affordable senior living in mobile homes to senior citizens who need assistance managing their...
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Shelby County Treatment Center Alabaster AL 35007

What is it about a treatment center like the Shelby County Treatment Center that makes it such a popular choice...
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MGA Crisis Intervention Fairhope AL 36532

The MGA Crisis Intervention is the most comprehensive program of its kind. In crisis intervention, trained volunteers make contact with...
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Emma’s Harvest Home Mobile AL 36606

Emma's Harvest Home is a transitional living home for those who have a lot of "stuff" to get rid of....
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Hope Transitional Housing Birmingham AL 35206

Hope Transitional Housing is a residential treatment and residential rehabilitation center that offer hope, assistance, security and hope for people...
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Methadone Clinic Newton AL 36352

The Methadone Clinic in Newton Alabama has been providing residential treatment to heroin addicts and other persons having a substance...
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Oxford House Alabama Mobile AL 36601

Oxford House is one of the newest developments in Mobile, Alabama. It is a residential hotel that offers upscale suites...
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Sanctuary Sober Living Scottsdale Phoenix AZ 85020

Living in a halfway house is not for everyone, and if you are looking into sober living programs or other...
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Community Medical Services Safford Safford AZ 85546

Safford Sober Living in Safford Arizona is a transitional living facility for people who have substance abuse problems, alcohol problems,...
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Information about Sober Living in Fairfield Indiana

How to find Sober Living in Fairfield Indiana is a question I get asked quite often from those who are moving to the Bloomington and Indianapolis area to live. If you have no doubt seen the signs for the sober centers around town and in the malls, you have an idea how hard it can be to find somewhere to live that doesn’t require some lifestyle changes. It’s not as easy as just deciding you want to quit drinking and find a sober shelter to get sober, that isn’t how it works. You get to learn about your addiction and what caused it, and this is important because you will have to face this issue head on when you get sober. The best place to go for support if you are a former addict is the local halfway house or sober center. These places accept people of all walks of life and do their best to help you get your life back together while you are learning how to stay sober. This is a good place to start for anyone who has struggled with addiction in the past and wants to find a way to get back on track. They have the resources and programs set up to help you stay on the right track and they have been through the struggles you are going through. If you don’t feel comfortable talking to the staff members there, you can get online and talk to other ex-addicts just like you about your experiences at the halfway house or sober center. They can tell you how they were able to get sober and be sober themselves, so you can get some advice and inspiration from their experiences. When I was in the process of getting sober, one of my closest friends who used to live in the same housing complex as me was moved into the halfway house down the street. He knew I was struggling with my addiction, but he didn’t know how to find me so he called me and asked me to come home with him that night. It was really hard to leave behind my friend, but he did it anyway. We had a great time hanging out together, talking, and making new friends. Once he had helped me to get sober, he knew exactly what it was like to live that way. He gave me some great advice that I can use now to get through the tough times.