Whether in need of sober living following inpatient detox/treatment or requiring a higher level of support than outpatient treatment alone can provide, there are options. Our nearby sober living homes and recovery residences combine the clinical services of Clearpoint with supportive, upscale environments to empower men to return to the real world with support, confidence, and practical real-world recovery experience.
Independent Sober Living
The independent sober residences are based on the Oxford House model of democratically run, self-supporting, substance-free homes. They offer men the opportunity to live with their peers in sobriety and establish themselves as self-supporting members of the local recovery community. Sober living residences are tailored for individuals ready and able to assume personal responsibility for their recoveries and motivated to make a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others. Residents have access to all of the Clearpoint outpatient clinical and support services on an as needed basis.
Structured Sober Living
Our structured sober living home is an excellent environment that offers recovering addicts and alcoholics structure and accountability with other recovering individuals. 12-step meetings and other therapeutic and recovery-based activities are encouraged, as newly sober individuals learn and practice their recovery and it’s requirements on a daily basis. Residents can participate in a variety of outside activities such as school, a full-time work, outpatient treatment, and recovery meetings.
Extended Care Sober Living
Extended care sober living is designed to support the recovery process for young adult men as they transition from a higher level of care – typically inpatient treatment – to an independent sober living environment. Extended care blends the transformational power of experiential activities, physical fitness & recreation, and local recovery community immersion with outpatient clinical services to establish a supportive environment in which young men can develop the life-skills and practical experience characteristic of individuals in long-term recovery.
Led by an experienced team of clinicians and transitional living professionals, Extended Care serves young men who need help translating insight into action. Most have recently been discharged from an inpatient treatment facility and are ready to continue their recovery while living with more independence in a less structured environment. Others may need more support than traditional outpatient therapy provides.