What is the difference between a sober living house and a halfway house?

Sober living homes provide a safe, substance-free environment with recovery-focused programming to reinforce long-term maintenance of sobriety. Residents are generally allowed to stay as long as needed. Conversely, halfway houses are typically government funded and only allow clients to stay for a specified amount of time.

Is The Providence House a treatment center?

No. The Providence House Recovery Homes provides safe, structured sober living homes for individuals in recovery, but we are not an addiction treatment center. We do, however, provide additional recovery support services in addition to our sober living homes and programs for men and women.

Does The Providence House offer couples sober living?

The Providence House does not offer transitional housing specifically for couples, but we do operate several gender-specific sober living houses for men and women.

Will I be drug tested?

The Providence House residents are all required to participate in regular drug and alcohol testing.

Does each sober living house have a house manager?

Yes. All of our sober living houses have house managers that live on-site.

Are residents required to attend 12-step meetings?

Yes. As a The Providence House resident, you are required to attend the set number of 12-step meetings determined by your recovery programming.

How much is a room?

We offer a wide range of room and pricing options to best meet the needs of our diverse clientele. If you’d like additional pricing information for one of our sober living homes or apartment units, please contact our admissions team.

What forms of payment does The Providence House accept?

Currently, we accept payment in the form of credit cards, debit cards, personal checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks. Rent is collected on a monthly basis.

Do I have to go to detox or rehab before I can enroll?

Our sober living programs are designed for men and women who have already completed a detox program and a drug and alcohol rehab program. This helps clients establish a firm foundation that they can continue building upon while completing a sober living program.

What happens if I relapse?

If a client relapses while living in a The Providence House sober living home, the incidence is handled on a case-by-case basis.

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