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What are the benefits of sober living?

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. 


There is one common, and very important question that arises as a person is completing a residential  treatment program for addiction. Confusion, fear and disagreement often occur as family members and friends are faced with the question: "Why can't I just return home?"  This is a tough, and very important milestone in recovery and the following points should be considered:

  • Strained family relationships make returning home difficult or impossible.

  • Family members and loved ones often tend to "enable."

  • LIVING in a safe, sober, structured environment, among others that understand & share a common goal of sobriety, offers a consistent support system.

  • Studies indicate that participation in sober living homes results in fewer occurrences of relapse and/or arrests. (Journal of Substance Abuse)










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