Sober Houses in Louisiana
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If you’re looking for a sober house in Louisiana, a Sober House representative can help you find the perfect place for transitional housing that allows you to gain back your independence while continuing to receive some of the support and guidance that you may still need in the early days or weeks following addiction treatment. Recovery is a difficult process that takes time and has many challenges along the way. One of the greatest challenges that a recovering addict may face is the challenge that comes when they exit a residential treatment setting and are expected to live a sober lifestyle on their own.
- Baton Rouge
- Belle Chasse
- Bossier City
- Breaux Bridge
- Denham Springs
- Fort Polk
- Greenwell Springs
- La Place
For some, moving right on to live on their own isn’t really the ideal option because they are still rather weak and unable to fully provide for themselves in a way that would not be conducive to majorly stressful situations. Those who need some added support, need additional time to continue to transition into the sober living lifestyle and would like to extend the guidance and support that they received in treatment a little bit further in their recovery, there is sober living.
In Louisiana, sober living homes provide transitional housing to recovering addicts who are not quite ready to live alone but don’t quite need the around-the-clock support and care of a residential treatment facility. These homes provide a place to live that is affordable, safe and free from substances such as drugs or alcohol which could derail a recovery in seconds.
Louisiana sober houses are ideal for those who have already received at least some treatment for their addiction or have, at a minimum, completed detox and have at least a few weeks of sobriety under their belts. Because the sober house will have very stringent rules regarding the abstinence from drug or alcohol use, it’s important that those who enter a sober living environment are ready to stay clean and sober. In most cases, if relapse does occur while living in a sober house, the resident will be asked to vacate the property.
Louisiana Sober Living Rules
The rules for living sober in a sober house are typically quite simple. Residents must adhere to the curfew, maintain steady employment or attend school, pay rent on time, respect others in the home and stay clean from drug or alcohol use. Most sober homes in Louisiana will monitor potential drug or alcohol abuse through random drug or alcohol screenings. A positive substance abuse screening is typically grounds for eviction from the home.
If you or someone you love is looking for a sober house in Louisiana, call our helpline at 800-373-1667 (Who Answers?) to talk with a Sober House adviser about the sober living environments that may be available in your area. Your decision to transition into a sober house could help you to stay clean and sober, maintain your sober lifestyle and achieve the ultimate success—recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.