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Once you leave rehab and return to the real world, adjusting to day-to-day living can be tricky. To get your life back on track, you need to find a job, secure housing and continue to stay sober. A sober living home can help you do this. When you stay in a sober living home, you’ll live by the rules of the house, which means you’ll likely have a curfew and will need to regularly attend treatment and complete household duties. This can help you gain the responsibility and independence you need to thrive on your own.

You’ll live in a sober living house with other people who are in recovery, so you can all work together to help each other through struggles and stress. With this network of friends and connections, you can learn to enjoy your new life without drugs. Most people stay in a sober living house for a few months until they are able to get back on their feet and trust in their own ability to stay in recovery.