Sober Living Facilities For Recovering Drug & Alcohol Addicts In Arkansas
The state of Arkansas currently has some sober living environments where recovering addicts can live after they complete a rehabilitation program. A sober living house can be a very stable place to build a new life surrounded by other recovering addicts.
The listing below is sorted by cities in alphabetic order.
LIST OF FACILITIES IN ARKANSAS WITH SOBER LIVING
The Phoenix Recovery Center offers sober and chemical-free living environments for men and women who are in recovery from an addiction. The programs are 12-step recovery based, and offer a variety of services such as transitional housing, employment assistance, transportation, and drug screenings.
The Crowley’s Ridge Development Council does offer many different services to help families and individuals in difficult situations. Such programs provided through the organization include family development, crisis management, affordable housing security, health and nutrition, substance abuse treatment and prevention, and the support of senior citizen independence
The Gyst House works with men and women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol and is a client driven organization, which shows patients how to live a drug and alcohol-free life. The facility is non-profit organization providing 12-step groups, job training, individual counseling, and family sessions, and life skills management classes.
The housing program for women provided by the Phoenix Recovery Centers offers a chemical free and sober living facility for women in recovery from drugs and alcohol. The facility has 18 different apartments within an independent living environment, and the program can work with clients to help them find gainful employment.
Recovery Centers of Arkansas operates as a community-based provider of programs for drug and alcohol treatment and other related disorders. Some of the services provided within the organization include residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, and recovery/residence housing, along with a veteran's administration housing program.