Many of our guests transition from residential inpatient treatment or partial hospitalization directly into a sober living home. At The Plymouth House, guests typically reside in our on-site housing while they are engaged in both levels of care we provide. A sober living home provides additional structure and support to those who are early in sobriety as they navigate their day-to-day lives. Early sobriety is an especially vulnerable time. People have more personal freedom than they did in residential treatment or PHP and they are faced with a new set of challenges and potential relapse triggers. In sober living, people who are new to recovery live with other sober people and have access to the advice and guidance of support staff members 24/7. Sober living provides increased accountability, seeing as residents are required to attend recovery meetings and participate in daily house chores. If substance use is suspected they will be subjected to a drug test and placed back into a higher level of care if they have experienced a relapse.
At The Plymouth House we do not have any sober living homes of our own for guests to move into once residential inpatient treatment and PHP conclude, but we are always available to help you find a safe and supportive living environment in New Hampshire. We work closely with many reputable sober homes in the area, which clients can easily transition into once they have completed our multi-staged program. today to learn more about sober living options near you.