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October 3, 2017

As I'm sure you can imagine, opinions on Step 2 run the gamut. With that being said I've found the best approach here is also the most simple; stick to what the big book tells us and look at our own experience and that of others. 

Let's start with what the book tells us...

September 28, 2017

Alcohol withdrawal is serious. In fact it's one of the few substances which can be fatal when stopped "cold-turkey." Medically supervised detox is almost always necessary for an alcoholic who wishes to quit for good.

Alcohol withdrawal timeline - American Addiction Cent...

June 9, 2017

A Sober Home should not be confused with a treatment facility. It is quite simply, a group home where people that are recovering from addiction can live drug and alcohol free.

Sober Homes generally do not offer detox, treatment or counseling. What they do offer is supp...

May 4, 2017

Interviews with guests of Sober Homes of Texas, Fort Worth, have found a recurring theme. Life in sober living provides and supports personal motivation and readiness to change, mutual help, a consistently sober environment, social support, and accountability. 


April 7, 2017

Thomas M. has started bringing a big book study to the house every Thursday evening. Come join us!

January 5, 2017

Sober Homes of Texas began in January of 2017. While the Dallas area has a large number of great sober living solutions we saw a huge need for reasonably priced, solution based, sober living in Fort Worth. We are excited to play a small roll in the recovery of alcoholi...

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