Coming Out of Rehab

Nov 23, 2020 | Active Recovery, Drug & Alcohol Free, Men's Sober Living | 0 comments

Coming Out of RehabAs an addict, our journey should never end when we leave the treatment facility. Staying clean and living sober is a lifetime of commitment and most often, recovering addicts need many people around them to help them succeed. So, when we are fresh out of rehab, we need a plan. We need a space to learn how to develop healthy relationships with drug-free people and learn to live life without the dependence on drugs or alcohol. At the Anthony House, we believe this is that space.

For all of our residents, this place is more than just a place to lay their head down at night. It is a place to build a foundation for a healthy, sober and clean lifestyle. A space to learn the tools that they were given in treatment and meetings and apply them to everyday life. We are a supportive community that helps our residents be successful in their journey to sober living. Every resident in the house is going through some sort of struggle. By building each other up and supporting each other, we hold each other accountable and progress together on our own paths to long term sobriety.

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At the Anthony House, we hold each other accountable with daily chores and household obligations. Our home is fully furnished from the living rooms to the bedrooms. The kitchen is fully stocked, we have on-site laundry facilities and provide cable tv, internet and phone for our residents. Everyone has certain duties and chores to uphold, keeping our environment clean and welcoming for everyone. We expect every resident to maintain a drug and alcohol-free environment as well as attend regular AA/NA meetings. They must have a sponsor and/or be a sponsor and include new sober friends to go with them to meetings.

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Experiencing fellowship with link-minded individuals allows our residents here to build relationships, community and seek healthy connections as they learn how to integrate back into society. Unlike many other sober community homes, the Anthony House does not require a time limit for their guests to stay. All of our residents are welcome to stay as long as they need to feel ready and prepared to move on.

For more information about our services and our residents here at the Anthony House, give us a call today. If you or a loved one is just coming out of rehab, call us today and schedule a tour. Contact the Anthony House at 651-334-2395 to learn more.

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