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Sober Living for Residents of Irvine: Choose Muse
Addiction treatment helps to establish a new way of thinking and being that helps to prevent substance abuse from becoming a focus of your life again. It’s often multifaceted with treatment for potential co-occurring mental disorders required among other things to avoid some of the same situations leading to substance abuse again. It’s also a long-term process as opposed to an overnight one. Long-term support during your transition from treatment to mainstream life is a particularly important time in the first year.
To aid you with transitional care and support to help you to structure your life in a way that you won’t fall back into old habits we offer sober living homes as an aftercare service. Sober living homes are essentially a home where you will live alongside other people going through recovery after rehab for an extended period.
The sober living homes will require you to go to support group meetings, do chores, and maintain the types of habits that don’t lead to trigger situations. It helps you to adjust to mainstream life while still being assisted by our staff to ensure that you stick to your addiction recovery management. It can be a great help for maintaining early sobriety after rehab in a time where relapse rates are the highest.
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call Muse Treatment Center today. Our expert addiction specialists are standing by ready to speak confidentially with you. Call (800) 426-1818 today.
Benefits of Sober Living with Muse
The main benefit and ultimate purpose of sober living with Muse for Irvine residents are to prevent relapse. It provides you with the support and motivation to continue to follow your recovery journey, keeping to strategies that are working for you so that you can build a foundation for life that is free from alcohol and drug abuse.
Oftentimes, healthy habits and hobbies are ignored during substance abuse. Without these healthy daily habits, the door to relapse can be opened because old habits may quickly return. In sober living programs at Muse, you can get back into habits such as making your bed in the morning, doing chores around the house, looking for work, and going to work or school every day.
Sober living homes have a social benefit, too. You may find that the people that you associate yourself with are still part of your old, substance-abusing life and as such, can no longer be a part of your life because your goals are now different and they may pressure you into relapse. Sober living homes are a great place to meet new friends that are on the same journey as you are. These friendships can provide valuable support during the years to come.
Sober living homes for residents of Irvine can bring a sense of independence back into your life after inpatient rehab. You’ll be able to make your own decisions on what you want to do that day that will support the rebuilding of your life. It can fill you with accomplishment and normality again after struggling through addiction and receiving intense treatment.
Transitional support is a very important part of achieving long-term recovery for many people. At our sober living homes for Irvine residents, the support that you’ll receive on a daily basis from your peers and our staff members can help to solidify your resolve to stick to your working relapse prevention strategies.
Why Choose Muse for Sober Living for Irvine Residents
With Muse Treatment and Recovery Center’s sober living homes, you get the benefit of a top-rated rehab ensuring that the operation of the sober living environment supports recovery the best way possible. Our addiction treatment services are accredited and the same high standards that we keep in our rehab extend to our sober living homes.
Furthermore, Muse Treatment offers the medically-assisted treatment (MAT) program that utilizes FDA-approved medication for long-term addiction management coupled with behavioral therapy. While in our sober living home, you can take part in the MAT program while having the platform for transitional care, offering you the best chances at a successful recovery from a severe addiction.
Women's Sober Living for Residents of Irvine
Muse understands that living in a home with members from the opposite sex can have its own set of problems and can make you feel uncomfortable. In order for you to feel comfortable and for you to be able to focus on your recovery, we have created a women’s sober living program for residents of Irvine so that you can feel comfortable and focus on your recovery among like-minded individuals.
Our women’s only sober living homes are run by our caring staff. They are sensitive to the potential needs of our clients such as the needs of someone with mental health disorders such as anxiety or eating disorders. Sober living for residents of Irvine is open to all women over the age of 18 and can provide a safe place to establish healthy habits and continue to work on your recovery and transition to mainstream life.
Men's Sober Living for Residents of Irvine
Peer support and focusing on your recovery during the first year is of vital importance for someone finishing one of our 30-, 60-, or 90-day drug rehab programs. In our men’s sober living for residents of Irvine, you can share your living arrangement with your peers that are going through the same situation. The structured environment and support that you’ll receive from both the staff members and your peers can help you to establish healthy patterns in your daily life.
Muse Treatment’s sober living for men is a place where your individual needs are the priority. If you suffer from a mental health disorder such as post-traumatic stress disorder, then our staff will help you to feel comfortable during your stay because they are acutely sensitive to the needs of recovering people.
Get transitional support during your early recovery through Muse’s sober living for Irvine residents. We are ready to help you to create a life that supports your long-term recovery goals.