At Divinity Recovery, Inc., we offer supportive living programs for individuals coming out of inpatient rehab needing a bit more support than provided in their day-to-day lives. Supportive living programs act as a bridge for these individuals. These homes house of all different people all different stages in their recovery.
What is Supportive Living?
Supportive living is incredibly similar to sober living. Groups of people live in apartments across a facility with easy access to therapy sessions, 12-step groups, and other sobriety meetings. The length of your stay in a supportive living community depends on what you and your therapist come up with and when you feel you are ready to leave the community. You will participate in many activities to help aid in your sober living. Some activities include physical activities, sobriety meetings, 12-step meetings, and group or individual therapy sessions. You will live in fully furnished apartments within walking distance to everything you will need. You will have to cook for yourself and clean up after yourself. You will be expected to maintain sobriety while staying in supportive living.
Why is Supportive Living Beneficial?
As previously mentioned, supportive living facilities serve as a bridge between inpatient treatment and the “real world.” It gives residents more time to practice their sober living coping and life skills learned during inpatient treatment. It also offers a great support system for those just entering their sober life. They will encounter all sorts of people all on different walks of life. This oftentimes acts as support system especially for those who do not have supportive friends and family at home. Another benefit of supportive living are all of the resources you have access to while living there. Supportive living helps aid in job readiness for residents. You will learn important skills about seeking, applying for, interviewing for, and getting a job.
Divinity Recovery has licensed staff and fully state of the art facilities for supportive living. We have decades of experience between our therapists and on-staff providers. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of care for every resident.
If you are transitioning out of an inpatient addiction treatment center, and need some extra support, please give us a call today. Your information will stay 100% confidential, as your privacy is a priority. Please contact us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.