What happens once you complete drug and alcohol rehab? In some cases, individuals who have gone through a treatment program are not ready to go back home, or they may feel they need some support as they transition back to everyday life. Community housing may be able to help you. When you complete rehab aftercare with our team at Georgia Addiction Treatment Center, we’ll ensure you have all of the available tools you need that are available to help you create a sober living lifestyle.
What Is Community Housing?
A community housing program, which is sometimes called sober living or recovery housing, is a type of transitional plan that helps a person move from residential treatment back into life with less structure in a safe way. The goal of community housing is to provide individuals with support as they start to get back into daily life without putting them at a high risk for relapse. Those first days and weeks are often the hardest part. Aftercare and community housing can give you the boost of support you need to stay healthy.
Why Is Community Housing Beneficial?
Once you are a part of our treatment program, our team will work with you to determine if community housing may be beneficial to you and, if so, what level of support you need. With flexible rehab aftercare services, we can often provide you with support that’s right for you. We may recommend community housing for you if its benefits make sense in your situation. Those include:
- Providing a structured, drug-free environment for those initial days after rehab
- Living within a supportive environment while you work to develop life skills
- Having encouragement to support you as you work to establish a drug-free lifestyle
- Help you to establish community meetings and support group access
- Provide you with a safe place to live when home isn’t
Our community housing program at Georgia Addiction Treatment Center is uniquely designed to provide a comfortable and safe place for you to work on the healing and recovery process. Our residence is well cared for and designed to feel welcoming. You’ll live with others going through the same thing you are as you work to find employment, build your healthy coping skills, and manage your addiction.
How Sober Living Promotes Recovery
During drug and alcohol treatment, our goal is to provide you with tools, strategies, and steps to take to help you remain drug-free. However, there are times when this may become difficult. There’s no way to eliminate all of the stress you’ll face back at home or at work. However, some people don’t have the strongest home environment or a supportive family to help them. You may also need more help with life skills and reestablishing yourself if you don’t have a home to go back to at all. In these situations, we may recommend the use of community housing.
Sober Living at Georgia Addiction Treatment Center
Providing you with the tools you need to thrive in sober living is our goal. To do that, we offer a range of therapies and treatment options to support your efforts and goals. If you are ready to make changes to your health and your future, we encourage you to reach out to us today. Learn more about any of our programs, including:
- Men’s rehab center
- Women’s rehab center
- Intensive outpatient program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Outpatient treatment program
Call Georgia Addiction Treatment Center Today
Community housing may be an option for you. Our team of compassionate counselors at Georgia Addiction Treatment Center can offer you help and support through sober living options. To learn more about our rehab aftercare support, contact us today by calling 833.641.0661 or connecting with us online now.