Our philosophy is based on the 12-step program of recovery. In early recovery, structure is important for you to transition into independent living. Residents are required to obtain a sponsor, attend frequent 12-step meetings, share in household responsibilities, observe curfews, and meet financial obligations on time. We believe these combinations of recovery activities are an effective and affordable way to sustain long term sobriety.
Residents are encouraged to build essential skills for reintegration into society and productive living through gainful employment, attending school, and volunteering. To assist with your transition into your new life, we will help you access recovery resources, employment information, and educational opportunities. We can also refer you to social agencies and community resources as needed.
For the safety and welfare of the residents, there is random drug testing as we strictly enforce a zero tolerance policy toward drug and alcohol use.
Recovery is about making positive changes and starting a new way of life. You must be willing to be active in your own recovery and have a strong desire to remain clean and sober. But you will not be alone. As a resident of Sober Crossings, you will live with others who understand the difficulty of maintaining sobriety and can provide you with the peer support and encouragement that are vital for success in early sobriety.