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If you or someone you love is trying to stop using drugs or alcohol, you may greatly benefit from sober living homes. It is true that dealing with an addiction is never easy. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: WHO CAN LIVE IN SOBER LIVING HOMES AND HOW MUCH TO PAY?


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WHO CAN LIVE IN SOBER LIVING HOMES AND
HOW MUCH TO PAY? If you or someone you love is
trying to stop using drugs or alcohol, you may
greatly benefit from sober living homes. It is
true that dealing with an addiction is never
easy. Even when you want to get rid of it, you
will still have to face many challenges. One of
the biggest challenges is to change your
environment and lifestyle, and this is exactly
where sober living homes will make a difference.
These facilities provide you with a safe
environment to live until you believe that you
are sober enough to return to your old life.
Sober living homes are certainly effective, but
the question is, "Can anyone benefit from these
facilities?" The truth is that sober living homes
are not for everyone. There will be specific
rules to follow. For instance, you cannot taste
alcohol or even use products that contain
alcohol. You will have to return to the facility
by a set time. Failing to comply with any of
these requirements can get you thrown out of the
facility. It means that if you are not good at
dealing with authority or you have trouble
following rules, sober living facilities are not
going to work great for you. Similarly, you may
not benefit from these facilities if you become
violent while trying to break your addiction. In
this situation, you need specialized assistance
and support from a professional who knows how to
handle such patients. This is when you will be
better off going into a rehab program. In fact,
it is better to go through a rehab program and
then opt for a sober living facility to ensure
that you are now sober enough to return to your
normal life. Keep in mind that many sober living
homes do not accept residents who have not
completed a rehab program. In other words, most
of these facilities accept recovering addicts.
Similarly, some facilities would accept residents
who may have at least completed detox
program. Along with paying attention to who can
stay in these facilities, you should also get
complete information about the total cost of
staying in a sober living home. Prices vary
greatly from facility to facility, but in most
cases, you will have to pay the same as you would
otherwise pay to stay in a modest home or
apartment. You will have to pay a set rent each
month to stay in a sober living facility. The
rent could be anything between 450 and 750,
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depending on the location and other facilities
you get during your stay. It is important to pay
your rent in a timely manner. It is important to
point out that most sober living facilities do
not charge you anything for the last and last
month of stay. Moreover, some of these facilities
do not charge you anything extra for utilities.
However, you may be careful when using these
utilities because an overuse can make you pay
more. The fact of the matter is that you can opt
for a sober living facility if you think you will
be able to follow the house rules. The cost may
be high, but it is certainly less what you would
have to pay to live in rehab. So, consider all
your options and then make a choice. Source
http//www.barzingroup.com/can-live-sober-living-h
omes- much-pay/
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