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The Bridge Recovery Homes

Is Sober Living Right for Me?

Recovery home residents come from a variety of backgrounds and for a variety of reasons. Where do you fit in?


Post-Inpatient Treatment Program
I just spent 90 days at an intensive inpatient program and now I have to go back to work (or find a new job). I need a healthy place to stay while I figure out who I am without my addiction and how I will handle my relationships with my partner, family, friends, and coworkers. Facing life outside the treatment center feels scary.


Post-Outpatient Treatment Program
I just completed a 60 day intensive outpatient program. I feel different, but not yet confident in my recovery. I want to protect my sobriety while I learn how to better deal with my old relationships and create new, healthy habits. I feel insecure about leaving my peers at the treatment center.


Outpatient Treatment Program
I've accepted that my life has become unmanageable and have started a local outpatient treatment program. I probably have too much freetime outside of treatment, and I'm still feeling tempted to act out. I think I need more structure and accountability to stay sober.


Therapist Treatment
I'm tired of my acting out, and I've accepted that my life has become unmanageable. I'm working with a therapist, but I keep screwing up. My "shrink" thinks I need more structure and accountability to get over the hump. I think I agree, but living in a house with a bunch of other addicts feels weird and awkard. But I really want to be free from my addiction!


Therapeutic Separation
I've finished a treatment program and am actively working on my recovery, but my partner still feels hurt, angry, and confused about my addiction. And frankly I'm not sure how I feel about going back to them. We need some time to sort things out, but I'm scared to stay by myself because I don't want to be tempted to use again. I need a safe, healthy place to stay.


Relapse Recovery
I just relapsed - but I'm determined not to go back down the path to addiction! I need some structure, accountability, and regular acces to people who understand me and will encourage me to stay on track. I feel guilty and ashamed about what I did, but I know that's a bad place to stay. I need a place to live that is safe and full of positive energy.