Sober Houses in Massachusetts
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Are you looking for a safe, clean and sober environment to live in somewhere in the state of Massachusetts? Sober living environments such as sober houses and halfway houses are conveniently located throughout the state of Massachusetts in most major cities including Boston and Cambridge as well as smaller areas such as Plymouth, Brockton and Braintree. If you or someone you know has recently tried to quit using drugs or alcohol and needs a clean and sober environment to live in and continue their recovery, sober living may be the next ideal step down recovery lane.
Drug and alcohol addiction are very prevalent problems in Massachusetts. Sober house residences that allow those in recovery to share the cost of rent, utilities and other expenses are an ideal step in the journey to recovery allowing newly recovering addicts to continue to learn and use positive life skills while transitioning from addiction and the poor lifestyle that comes with being dependent on drugs or alcohol to recovery and the sober lifestyle that is ahead.
Why Choose Sober Living?
There are many reasons why some choose sober living rather than simply exiting treatment to live with friends and family members or to live alone. Sober living allows for a smoother transition because it’s more like taking a baby step in the right direction. It’s not treatment but it’s not secular living. There are bills but they aren’t as high as they would be for someone living alone and there are rules but they aren’t as strict as those while in a residential treatment facility nor are they as lax as those that could be expected if living with friends, family or alone.
For most recovering addicts, Massachusetts sober living homes provide the smooth transitional step from treatment back into society without giving so much freedom that there is an increased risk of relapse. Residents of a sober house are required to pay rent, attend school or work, continue regular meetings at support groups and take part in regular household chores. They do many of the same things that they would be expected to do on their own but in an environment where they can receive added support from their peers who are also in recovery and working toward a common goal of lifelong sobriety.
Finding a Sober House in Massachusetts
Although there are many sober houses in the Massachusetts area, finding a sober living environment that is close to your friends, family or place of employment may prove to be a challenging task. Space is limited in sober living environments which means that you may find it difficult to find a facility that has adequate housing available for your individual needs.
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