Sober Living in Dallas

Sober living homes are residences for individuals recovering from drug and alcohol use disorders. These residences provide a safe and trigger-free environment. Sober living homes, different than halfway houses, offer more structure and long-term support. There is no time limit for an individual’s stay, however, they must be meeting the program requirements. These homes often provide amenities, while also functioning similarly to a private residence.

 

Is Sober Living in Dallas Expensive?

 

Differing from a private residence, the total cost of program fees is less. When living in sober living homes, all bills and basic supplies are included. This involves multiple amenities, utilities, food, and other supplies. At Turning Point, we encourage part- and full-time jobs (a minimum of 30 hours per week), to remain active with little time and opportunity to relapse. Because sober living in Dallas can be expensive, we allow plenty of time to receive help, while making an independent living as well.

Although we offer some forms of help, sober living is not a covered benefit with commercial insurance or Medicaid/Medicare. Furthermore, Turning Point also charges a late fee each day you are late, leading to a terminated membership depending on circumstances. If you choose to, donations are available to make towards specific individuals.

 

Benefits of Sober Living in Dallas

 

Depending on which sober living in Dallas you choose, there are many different benefits. Overall, these homes improve the chances of remaining abstinent following inpatient treatment. Individuals are surrounded by others with similar goals, providing social support. These environments are safe and structured which will prepare individuals for re-entry into the real world. More important benefits include:

  • Improved relationships with friends and family.
  • Opportunity to improve life skills.
  • Help to find employment.
  • Professional recovery services.

 

How Can I Join?

 

Searching for sober living in Dallas can sometimes be a process, as well as meeting the requirements. At Turning Point, before being accepted, there are in-person interviews. Acceptances are based on that interview as well as attitude and behavior. Individuals with felonies, sexual, violent, and arson-based, are not permitted. Other felonies require a house vote. Last, medications with the potential for abuse are not permitted. To learn more information about joining or applying for Turning Point Recovery Network, visit our website.

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