Sober Living During Holidays

    We are all aware of three major issues to consider in early recovery: 1) isolation, 2) the struggle to sustain positive change in recovery, and 3) accountability to others. When a person completes their inpatient, or “primary treatment” course at a rehab, they are typically given clear recommendations about what to do with…

Accountability sign

Sober Living for Men in Philadelphia

There is a common thinking error for people in active addiction, which basically represents “I want to do what I want to do when I want to do it.” Basically, it is a life without accountability. Every responsible individual lives with some degree of accountability. Often, this addictive thinking error leads disorganized behavior creating discontentment…

Man smiles thanks to sober living after rehab in Philadelphia

Sober Living After Rehab In Philadelphia

Too often, people leave rehab and return back to their busy lives and are not able to integrate what they’ve just learned in treatment. The added tasks of: 90 meetings in 90 days, obtaining a temporary sponsor, starting step work, making connections in the rooms, etc. is a major and important part of early recovery.…

Providence Treatment Tour dining area

What are the Advantages of Sober Living in Early Recovery?

Morning and evening mindfulness meditationThe disease of addiction requires a disciplined set of behaviors and attitudes to remain in remission. If you have completed a primary treatment course of treatment, then you know a few things already. Now it is the time to put those things you’ve learned into practice.  Some of the advantages of…