Subsidized monthly charges of only $750 per month, courtesy of an anonymous financial support will certainly help Structured Living keep up to its mission statement for commitment to provide dedicated and affordable help to the recovering community.
Furnished two per accommodation to include a full service kitchen, washer & dryer, cable TV & refrigerator in each room, wireless internet with a common desktop computer work station plus a land line house phone for free calls within USA. Located near hospital, shopping, restaurants, historic downtown and minutes from major highways.
Unlike most other similar facilities, Structured Living residents are encouraged to continue their daily gainful activities like going to school or work while incorporating daily AA/NA support group meetings, IOP and counseling. Rules of stay that include random drug tests and nightly curfew are implemented by dedicated staff in recovery.
Residents at this new sober home would enjoy their privacy in comfort yet avail of all the unique “recovery friendly” resources that Ann Arbor, with its rich academic heritage and excellent infrastructure has to offer. A well established and a strong network of support being one of them.
You cannot incarcerate addiction. Punishing an addict or an alcoholic into sobriety never works. Magic of group support does! Enter Structured Living . Simple living through practicing the 12 step principles on a daily basis helps you shed off your addictive way of thinking while embracing healthy spiritual thought patterns. Interacting with others in the sober residence who can “feel” your challenges of addiction at the gut level provides the best 24/7 ongoing therapy which is subtle yet profoundly powerful at the sub conscious level.
We strive to provide a safe transitional sanctuary between primary treatment and your return to a new healthy life of sobriety. As addiction strips one of self esteem , It is downright essential that anyone in recovery should regain, and maintain a good measure of this priceless personal asset, as without it recovery does not stand a chance. For this healing process to take root, It is pertinent that a person in transitional living should have a daily purpose through either being gainfully employed or engaged in rewarding activities that make him feel worthy of himself among his peers.
Our policy of allowing “cautious freedom” within which a resident can exercise his coping skills, make independent decisions and be held responsible for his choices provides him with the necessary room to grow in recovery.
In addition, our affiliation with some of the most reputable IOP, psychologists, counselors, addictionologists, physical trainers, nutritionists plus meditation and yogic guides provide you with a unique opportunity to literally rebuild your temple of healthy mind, body and soul within a comfortable, integrative aftercare sober living home environment.
A resident can stay as long as he likes provided he abides by our simple rules governing structure and accountability.