Sober Living for West Hollywood Residents: Choose Muse

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Recovering from an addiction is a long-term process. The months that pass after a drug rehab program can be as crucial as early recovery. Relapse is a concern because according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, between 40 and 60 percent of recovering people relapse in their first year. Maintaining your sobriety through relapse prevention strategies and community support is crucial, and one of the best ways to maintain your sobriety in the first year is through a sober living home.

Our sober living for residents of West Hollywood is a perfect place to receive transitional help you maintain your new-found sobriety. A sober living home is generally a house where several recovering people will live after they have undergone a rehab program. The sober living housing program will have staff members that oversee the residents, ensuring that people are going to support group meetings, doing their chores, and pass their drug tests.

The purpose of a sober living home is to provide transitional support and to create the basis for a sustainable, drug- and alcohol-free life. You will be able to find a job, go to work, attend classes at school or college, and essentially create healthy daily habits. The houses do not allow alcohol or drugs and there may be a curfew, too. These elements help to further prevent relapse by providing structure and purpose.

Benefits of Sober Living with Muse

In our sober living homes near West Hollywood, you can gain the many benefits of sober living after a rehab program. For starters, a sober living environment provides you with constant support and guidance as you transition from intensive treatment at rehab to a normal functioning life. If you have a particularly difficult day, then it is easier to maintain your relapse prevention strategies when you’re surrounded by supportive staff and your peers who are rooting for you to succeed.

Making new sober friends can be far easier in a sober living home. After your rehab program, you may find that many of the people in your social circle only cause triggers for you now. They may still be abusing drugs and being around them no longer serves your growth. This can leave you feeling lonely but through our sober living environment, you can form new meaningful relationships with people who share your long-term goals.

One of the benefits of a sober living home compared to an inpatient program is that you will regain your independence. You won’t be forced to stay at the home and can start to work on your future such as finding a new job. You may be able to cook meals for yourself again, get groceries, and other things that help you to feel like you’ve regained your independence, which can be very empowering.

Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of sober living is that you can decrease the risk of relapse. Since you will be required to actively work on maintaining your sobriety and attending support group meetings, you will be less likely to relapse. This is the main reason why sober living homes are advised as a way to readjust to mainstream life after rehab.

Our sober living housing programs can help you to get settled into mainstream life again with ready support available to help you. The cost of sober living homes is more affordable than outpatient and rehab programs, making it a viable choice for a lengthy stay while you solidify your sobriety.


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Why Choose Muse for Sober Living West Hollywood?

Our sober living homes are clean and comfortable living spaces. The environment is geared toward recovery. You will be a part of regular house meetings where any issues can be dealt with and a general update can be given so that personal problems can be resolved.

The 12-step program is a core part of the recovery support of our sober living homes. We can provide in-house 12-step meetings or you can attend one in the area with other members of the house. House rules such as curfew, which can be adjusted to accommodate each person, chores to do around the house which is shared by all members, and regular drug testing to ensure that any relapse is discovered quickly so that the correct steps can be taken.

You will also be able to take advantage of privileges as you continue to maintain your sobriety and adhere to the house rules. Some of the earned privileges include not having to do chores for a week, family visits, free time, and outings as a group.

Women's Sober Living W. Hollywood

We understand that during your recovery after rehab, you don’t want to feel uncomfortable. At Muse, we have women-only sober living homes so that you can feel more comfortable and be around people who you can more easily relate to. The program is open to women over the age of 18.

Our women’s sober living program is ideal for any person who has suffered through mental and physical abuse in the past and is recovering from both addiction and possible co-occurring mental disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder. Once a week, our staff will assess each person to ensure that their recovery needs are being met and so that they can help to resolve any issues.

Men's Sober Living W. Hollywood

Our men’s sober living is a place where men over 18 can find the power to maintain their sobriety. Together with the skills learned in rehab and the support and guidance that you can receive in our sober living homes, you can create the type of life with positive habits that you want. Our staff members are sensitive to possible mental health issues that you may have, which you would have received treatment for through our dual diagnosis program at Muse.

Muse Treatment and Recovery Center not only helps you through our treatment programs in our inpatient and outpatient program but with our aftercare programs including our sober living homes, you can achieve long-term sobriety and build a happier life.

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