Sober Houses in Arizona
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In Arizona, halfway houses provide a safe place for recovering addicts to make the transition from inpatient or residential treatment back into society by offering an affordable living option where they can continue to work on their recovery in a sober living environment. It can be difficult for newly recovering addicts to make the transitions and adjust to sober living. Arizona sober houses provide a crutch for those in recovery to adjust more gradually to a sober lifestyle by offering affordable housing that is shared with others in recovery.
- Apache Junction
- Bullhead City
- Camp Verde
- Casa Grande
- Fort Defiance
- Fort McDowell
- Luke AFB
- San Carlos
- Second Mesa
While most halfway houses in Arizona have very minimal restrictions on who can live in the facility, there is typically a requirement for residents to have at least been sober for a set period of time such as 30 days. Most residents who live in a sober house will have completed an inpatient rehabilitation program prior to entering the sober living home as a transitional step before they move on to live on their own.
Sober living homes in Arizona provide recovering addicts with a more affordable option that allows them to find a job and get accustomed to the new ways of living sober and maintaining responsibilities in an environment where they can also continue to receive peer support and where they continue to be monitored to ensure their consistent abstinence from the use of drugs or alcohol.
How Much Does It Cost?
The cost to live in a sober house is typically much more affordable than what it would typically cost to live alone. Residents are required to pay rent which is typically a reduced / subsidized portion of the total rent of the property. The rent is split amongst other residents of the sober house allowing each resident to pay a significantly smaller portion of rent than he or she would if living alone. Residents are also required to pay a portion of utilities and typically either split food costs or are required to purchase their own food.
Living in a halfway house is much more affordable than living in a rehabilitation facility because the halfway house does not provide extensive counseling or therapy the way a rehab program does. However, this doesn’t mean that you should choose to live in a sober house before taking the necessary steps to get the proper treatment in a rehabilitation program. Arizona sober living homes are meant to provide a transition from treatment back into society and have a requirement that those who live in the residence be sober for a set period of time before they are accepted to live in the home.
If you or someone you love is currently receiving treatment for drug or alcohol addiction or has been sober for a few weeks and needs a place to continue to work toward recovery in a clean and sober environment, sober living may be the next step. Get help today at 800-373-1667 (Who Answers?) .