Sober Living At Medsave Addiction Treatment Center

Medsave sober living is a crucial ingredient to addiction recovery and long-term sobriety.  Clients residing in recovery homes are supervised by a house manager. In addition, clients are responsible for paying nominal rent, maintaining the home, finding employment, and participating in an intensive outpatient program. Meanwhile, weekly drug testing helps maintain the integrity of our sober living program. Medsave sober living clients are typically required to attend   12-step meetings  in the local area. We strongly suggest joining this support group as a crucial bridge back to the “real” world. Most importantly, Medsave transitional living provides a safe, comfortable environment with support, guidance, and accountability. In this setting, they can work on themselves and engage in healthy lifestyles and work opportunities. Medsave Sober living programs are located throughout the Columbus area.

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what is Sober living?

Sober living refers to a lifestyle characterized by abstinence from the use of alcohol and illicit substances. It often involves individuals who have completed a formal addiction treatment program and are transitioning back into daily life while maintaining their commitment to sobriety. Sober living environments, also known as halfway houses or transitional housing, provide a supportive and structured setting for individuals in recovery.

Medsave Sober Living is a Team Sport

The drug and alcohol-free environment are obvious benefits of sober living. However, a lesser known benefit relates to teammates and camaraderie. Studies have shown that those who have a strong social support system are more be likely to be successful in recovery long term. At the same time, clients have a built-in social network surrounding them. Your roommates are also in recovery and you have the opportunity to support them and help each other. Whether it’s a difficult day or one to cheer on a milestone, your sober living roommates will provide you with a ton of support.  In fact, you are supported by people who have the same EXACT goals as you do! Those who are further along in recovery typically support newbies.

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