A sober living home is a transitional level of care, following inpatient or outpatient treatment, and prior to returning to the home environment. Sober living provides an alcohol and drug-free environment for those attempting to maintain their sobriety. House rules are usually strict, chores and employment are typically required, and 12-step group attendance may be strongly encouraged. Peer support is instrumental to this interim group living situation.
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We have a responsibility as family members, friends, employers, colleagues, physicians, educators, religious leaders and neighbors—to reach out to help those suffering with this disease and lead them back to substance abuse-free lives. The earlier we reach them, the greater our likelihood of success.