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Sober Living Agoura

Sober Living Agoura

At Fairview Supportive Living, we offer the most luxurious Sober Living in Agoura. We are one of the few sober homes in the country to offer the best amenities including but not limited to food/snacks, free gym membership, recreational activities, etc.

What is the difference between a halfway house and a sober house?

Halfway houses are government-owned properties that act as a temporary living arrangement for recovering addicts and recently released prisoners. On the other hand, sober living homes are privately owned enterprises that are used exclusively for recovering addicts. Residents of halfway houses cannot stay after a certain period in the premises, while there are no such time constraints in a sober living home. Halfway houses follow strict rules and structure, while sober living homes are more lenient and allow a safe amount of freedom to its residents.

Lastly, halfway houses do not offer anything more than food and shelter and costs much lesser than sober living homes. On the other hand, sober living homes can be relatively pricier than halfway houses but offer several amenities and services to its residents from 24/7 medical support, free transportation to a doctor's office, swimming pool, free cable, free gym membership, etc.

What to expect in a professional sober living home

A sober living home is a temporary place of stay to help you maintain sobriety and to help you gradually adapt to the external environment. During this time, you can expect to heal and recover in a fully-equipped house, where you may live with other recovering addicts. A sober home may not be as rigid as an inpatient treatment center. You may leave the premises and return before a certain hour, attend AA/NA support groups, find employment, etc.

In a sober living house, you will have more time to figure out and mend your career, personal relationships, etc. Most recovering addicts freshly out of rehab often return to an isolated home that triggers traumatic memories, disturbing relationships, and leads to relapse.

By choosing to stay at our sober living in Agoura, you are equipped with ample time and amenities to regain control over your mind, body, and life. Lastly, you may also use this time to implement the lessons learned in rehab and employ essential coping mechanisms to overcome triggers.

Benefits of sober living home

Recovering addicts enjoy several benefits from living at a sober living home. Some of them include:

  • You are more likely to maintain sobriety and have a successful recovery after inpatient rehab treatment
  • You get to heal and recover in support of fellow recovering addicts at a sober living home
  • Sober living homes cost the same as the rent of a modest apartment but offers several other amenities for the price you pay.

Call the Fairview Supportive Living today for more details on our pricing. We offer the most opulent and sumptuous sober living in Agoura at affordable rates. Our sober living home is a pet-friendly facility that allows you to live with your beloved four-legged friend.

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