Sober living northeast dallas (Men’s)
10219 Sunridge Trail
Dallas, TX 75243
Northeast Dallas is a Barebones location.
What Is Sober Living?
Sober living is a type of transitional addiction treatment. It bridges the gap between inpatient drug and alcohol rehab and returning to life in the real world. Residents live in a community with others who are at a similar stage of recovery. They support and hold each other accountable and are watched over by a manager. Typically, residents work, attend school, or participate in an outpatient addiction treatment program while in sober living. For more information about services we offer, click here.
*All our facilities are fully furnished
Why Drug Rehab?
In today’s world, the dangers of drug addiction are well known. All you need to do is turn on the news and you’ll hear about overdoses, arrests, and the opioid epidemic. It’s safe to say drug addiction is a serious problem in our society. That’s where drug rehab services come in. Drug rehab is inpatient treatment for addiction. Patients check in to a facility for a period of time—typically one month, three months, or sometimes longer—and receive intensive treatment. They live with other people new to recovery and receive the tools they need to live drug-free lives. Those who attend drug rehab have a much better chance of staying sober than those who attempt recovery on their own. Rehab should be a top priority for anyone struggling with drug addiction.
Why Alcohol Rehab?
Alcoholism is more than just someone who drinks too much. Alcoholism is a disease that makes a person unable to stop drinking and lose control when they drink. And like any disease, it’s a lot easier to recover from with professional help—and alcohol rehab is the ultimate form of professional help. It involves intensive inpatient treatment that usually lasts for one or more months. Typically, alcohol rehab services include programs like one-on-one counseling, group recovery workshops, and an introduction to community support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Few people have ever been able to stop drinking on their own, which is why rehab is the perfect choice to treat alcoholism.