Article provided by: Bridgeway Sober Living
Following residential inpatient treatment for drugs and alcohol, it is imperative that the person in recovery goes home to a structured living environment. Study after study has proven (as does common sense) that more people relapse following inpatient rehab if they go back to the same environment that they had to be taken out of to get clean in the first place. Sober living homes in Austin provide a seamless transition for people who are finishing residential inpatient treatment and want to go to an environment that is still structured and is conducive to long-term sobriety.
Bridgeway Sober Living has several sober homes in Austin, TX. We accept people from all walks of life, so long as they are serious about their sobriety and recovery. We encourage all of our residents to obtain employment if they do not have employment upon arrival. Bridgeway Sober Living provides sober living arrangements that integrate with people's existing addiction treatment, legal, and medical responsibilities.
How Bad Do You Want Recovery?
It is our firm belief that people who complete drug and alcohol treatment rehab need to make drastic changes in their lives. This can include ending relationships, seeking therapy, or even changing residences. One of the reasons that relapse rates are so dismal throughout the United States is that many people are not willing to make the changes that they need to make in order to foster sobriety and recovery. When it comes to recovery from drugs and alcohol, you have to want it more than anything else!
Often, it's our environment that either causes us to abuse substances or enables us to abuse substances. By changing the people, places, and things that our lives that resulted in our need to attend inpatient rehab, we can then replace those people, places, and things with more positive associations, locations, and behaviors. Are you ready to make the change? How important is recovery to you?
Recovery Works if You Work it
Seldom is the road to recovery smooth and without friction, but if you want to stay clean, it can be done! Many of our staff members and volunteers are people who have overcome addiction themselves, and they can provide you with wonderful support, tips, insights, and help that can assist you in getting clean and staying clean.
Please, take advantage of the resources that we have put together for people who need a hand up in life. We are here to help people get clean and stay clean from drugs and alcohol.
Contact Bridgeway Sober Living Today
Whether you are searching for sober homes in Austin, TX for yourself or for a loved one, Bridgeway Sober Living welcomes you. You can call us directly at any time if you would like to speak with a staff member about admittance, our rules, programs, etc., or you may reach out via email or by submitting the contact form on our website. Bridgeway Sober Living is here for people who want to help themselves.Sober Homes Austin Tx
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