Sober Living for Residents of Santa Clarita: Choose Muse

One of the things that you’ll learn in rehab is that addiction is a mental health disorder that affects the brain’s function. There isn’t a way to make addiction completely disappear but rather effective ways to control and manage the symptoms of the condition. Long-term support, especially during the first year of recovery when relapse rates are at their highest, is a key component of successful recovery.

Sober living for residents of Santa Clarita is one of the most effective ways to get ample support during the first year of your recovery after attending an inpatient or outpatient rehab program at Muse Treatment. A sober living home is a residential facility, usually, a home, where recovering people spend several weeks or months living among other recovering people and staff while they adjust to mainstream life in an environment that is conducive to their recovery.

Our sober living homes are a place where you’ll live after one of your inpatient or outpatient rehab programs. You have chores to complete and rules to follow but also rewards for doing them and staying on track with your recovery. Attending support groups is often a requirement as a part of your stay and generally keeping away from situations that may be triggers for you.

The ultimate purpose of our sober living home for residents of Santa Clarita is to provide a safe space where you can benefit from the transitional support and care after rehab to help you to prevent relapse as you find new work, go to school, or continue at your previous job. Since relapse rates tend to be between 40 and 60 percent in the first year, a sober living home can prove to be a valuable asset for preventing relapse.


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Benefits of Sober Living with Muse

The most important benefit of sober living with Muse for residents of Santa Clarita is helping to prevent relapse. There are, however, many aspects that go into preventing relapse that stretch beyond the obvious that you wouldn’t get if you weren’t in a sober living environment.

For starters, creating structure in a recovering person’s life can help to promote healthy daily habits which may be non-existent because of the previous substance abuse. It can be as simple as getting up at a certain time and making your bed to having an actionable plan for your future that you work on throughout each day such as landing a new job and keeping that job.

One of the things that new recovering people often deal with is finding new friends and people that are a part of their new-found life. At our sober living home for residents of Santa Clarita, you will be surrounded by other people that have relatable situations and goals. It can help you to form meaningful relationships that will help you along your recovery journey.

As a recovering person in an inpatient program, you won’t have independence during your time at rehab because you’ll be living in a structured, controlled environment. In our sober living home, you will regain much of your independence. This independence can allow you to take control of your life again and work toward healthy goals such as a new job or building healthy relationships.

Many recovering people benefit from the transitional care that is provided in a sober living home. Since 12-step support groups and the general support that you receive with your recovery from the staff and your peers is important for your long-term recovery, a sober living home provides an excellent way to receive transitional care after rehab.

Why Choose Muse for Sober Living for People Living in Santa Clarita?

Muse has established itself as a top-rated addiction treatment center for people living in Santa Clarita. As with our inpatient and outpatient rehab programs, our sober living homes adheres to our strict high standards of care. We incorporate evidence-based treatment methods throughout all of our programs and the way that our sober living homes are structured allows you to benefit from proven methods of relapse prevention.

Muse Treatment and Recovery Center accredited by The Joint Commission and our long-term medically-assisted treatment (MAT) programs – a long-term treatment combining therapy and prescription medication – are LegitScript monitored, ensuring that treatment is carried out to the maximum benefit.

Women's Sober Living for Santa Clarita Residents

At Muse, we are sensitive to the needs of our clients. We understand that providing our recovering clients with a safe, comfortable environment is important. As such, we offer a women’s sober living environment for Santa Clarita residents. Our staff members are equipped to accommodate recovering people with conditions such as eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder among other things.

Our women’s only sober living homes are open to any women in recovery over the age of 18. With the support that you receive at our sober living homes, your long-term relapse prevention and sobriety goals can be achieved in a safe, compassionate environment.

Men's Sober Living for Santa Clarita Residents


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Being able to continue to place your attention on your recovery and improved wellbeing is crucial during the early stages of recovery after an inpatient or outpatient program for drug addiction. In our men’s sober living environments for Santa Clarita residents, peer support, structured environment, and healing setting can help you with your sobriety.

Our staff are understanding of any issues that you may be experiencing in recovery and can provide a wealth of guidance and support to help you through your transitional period after rehab. From the mandatory 12-step meetings to the privileges earned from completing tasks and goals each week, our sober living homes for men can help to support and guide you to help you to reach long-term, sustainable recovery.

Reach out to Muse Treatment today so that we can help you prevent relapse and make a comfortable transition from intensive rehab to mainstream life.

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