Sober Living for Men & Women
Sober Living Oregon (SLO) is focused on providing safe, well-structured living environments as an effective transition program from active alcoholism and chemical dependency. We have gender-specific housing for both men & women.
A PLACE TO FEEL HUMAN AGAIN
Learning to live a life free from drugs and alcohol can be confusing. Early sobriety is about discovering who you are and how to get the most out of life. When substances are no longer controlling your emotions, feeling “human” can be unfamiliar. At SLO Structured Sober Living, we provide a safe, loving community to guide you through this process. There is a beautiful world out there, and we are here to help you discover what fuels your soul.
ESTABLISH A DISCIPLINED LIFE
Building healthy habits and simple routines can help make sense of day-to-day life and leave you with a feeling of accomplishment. Living and maintaining a lifestyle of recovery means taking care of your surroundings, establishing and working toward attending school or securing employment, and building your recovery program into your new life. We provide you with structure to keep you on track and guide you on your way. Following our structure, schedule, and requirements will prepare you for long-term recovery.
REGAIN & MAINTAIN A PROGRAM OF RECOVERY
You may be transitioning from a higher level of care like our PHP or IOP programs, or another in-patient facility, where your participation in the twelve-step community was dictated by the facility. At SLO Structured Sober Living, we expect you to continue working the program you have developed. We are with you to help navigate how to work a program beyond treatment. We are here to offer you both the structure and support you need to continue down the right path in building a healthy, happy lifestyle.
A CONTINUOUS SOURCE OF RELATIONAL SUPPORT
When you’re sharing a home with other individuals in early sobriety, you’ll never feel alone. Sober living is an opportunity to create bonds with others who are encountering similar life experiences and emotions. It is an opportunity to walk alongside other peers as you support each other, build friendships, learn how to have fun in sobriety, and develop a foundation into recovery.
The SLO Structure Living Houses
Each of our homes has supportive staff and regular screenings for all residents.