The two low cost sober living homes will offer an alternative for some who are not quite ready to readapt to society. In many cases the process of drug treatment needs more development and thirty days may not be enough, therefore moving into a sober living environment makes perfect sense. Like most sober living houses, treatment does not actually occur on residence, but there are extra efforts to ensure substance abuse relapse does not occur among the residents. Attending Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or other 12 step programs is encouraged.
"It can be a volatile time for many addicts when they first step outside the doors of Pat Moore Foundation, or any alcohol or other drug treatment facility," says Phil Allen, Chief Executive Officer of Pat Moore Foundation. "So, being around others that are having some of the same experiences can have a reassuring influence. Our sober living homes offer a safe haven for those who want to stay sober."
The cost for either home is $150/week with amenities like; onsite laundry facilities, onsite manager, cable television, Internet access, and phone. For more information on Pat Moore Foundation's low cost sober living home, call Bruce Levinson, Admissions Director at 888.426.6086, or visit them on the website at www.patmoorefoundation.com.
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A center for drug abuse treatment and alcohol rehab.
Specializing in detox programs for heroin, opiates, prescription drugs, methadone, cocaine, alcohol and other substances.