Sober Houses in Missouri
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Have you recently made the commitment to stay sober? Have you completed an inpatient treatment or detox program? Are you looking for a place for clean and sober living in Missouri? A sober house may be your next step in recovery if you have already taken the steps to get sober, you are committed to staying clean and you are ready to transition back into society with a little added peer support and guidance.
Missouri sober house residents are required to be committed to sobriety, to stay clean and to adhere to household rules that are set forth in a contract or lease agreement similar to the contract that is signed when a resident enters inpatient treatment for addiction. There are random drug or alcohol screenings to ensure that the resident continues to remain abstinent from the use of these substances and most of the time residents will also be required to continue to attend regular support groups or meetings such as AA or NA.
- Blue Springs
- Cape Girardeau
- Des Peres
- El Dorado Springs
- Excelsior Springs
Is Missouri Sober Living Right for Me?
If you’re not sure if sober living is the right step for you, we can help you decide. Sober living is not for everyone but it can be a very beneficial and rewarding step in along the journey to recovery and lifelong sobriety. For those living in Missouri, a sober house provides the opportunity to continue to receive peer support and regular monitoring the ensures continued abstinence from the use of substances but without the stringent rules that are set forth in a typical treatment setting.
Sober living is the step that many addicts choose to take when transitioning from treatment back into society. Because a group of residents will live together in the sober house and share the cost of rent, utilities and other household expenses, sober living can be much more affordable than living alone and this takes much of the stress off of transitioning back into a lifestyle that includes holding a job, maintaining expenses, paying bills and continuing to move forward in sobriety.
Finding a Sober House
We can help you find a sober house in Missouri that’s right for you. Most Missouri sober houses are privately owned and managed by a home manager or moderator. In some cases, a sober house may be owned by a treatment center or charity but they are not regulated by state standards the way you would expect a treatment or rehabilitation center to be regulated.
For help finding a sober house in Missouri, call our helpline at 800-373-1667 (Who Answers?) . We can help you make sense out of the options that are available to you and when you’re ready to make the move, we can provide you with a free referral to a sober living environment near you.