Sober living in richardson, tx (Women’s)
1910 Country Meadow Lane
Richardson, TX 75081
This is Sober Living
When residents walk out the door of an inpatient addiction treatment program, it may seem like the addiction problem is solved. They are ready to make a new beginning. But this is the single riskiest moment in recovery, the most likely time for a relapse to occur. This is why transitioning to sober living is so important. Our sober living services prepare residents for a smooth landing back in the real world. Instead of returning directly to the environment they were using or drinking in, they live in a safe and supportive environment while attending work or school. An in-house manager provides mentoring, accountability, and support so the residents can gradually adjust to life in recovery. There’s a reason any inpatient rehab worth its salt recommends sober living.
*All our facilities are fully furnished
Job and Life Skills
Personal TVs and Management
Work Out Program
This is Drug Rehab
If someone you know has a drug problem, it’s best to act quickly. You only have to take one look at the news to see how dangerous drug addiction is. Using drug rehab services are a great way to make sure your loved one is getting the best possible treatment. At a typical treatment center, patients check in for a stay of at least one month, and sometimes much longer. Clinically trained staff work with them using evidence-based methods to give them the skills they need to stay sober in the outside world. When a patient checks out of rehab (and hopefully into sober living), they are equipped to go back to work or school and rebuild their lives.
This is Alcohol Rehab
Alcoholism is no joke, and dealing with it alone is extremely difficult, if not impossible. That’s why it’s so important to make use of the many alcohol rehab services that are available today. Many people in recovery from alcoholism considering checking into an inpatient rehab one of the best decisions they ever made. Inpatient alcohol rehab gives people the tools they need to put down the drink, and never pick it back up again, even when times are tough. Inpatient treatment is a crucial step in the recovery process for many people.