Sober Living Programs For Young Adults
Young adults who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and want to become sober can find support in sober living homes. Sober living homes provide shelter for the young adult; it is a safe haven where drugs aren’t allowed and where people support them in their sobriety. The environment is very supportive because the young adults came voluntarily, and the staff wants to ensure that they really do become sober. For more information on how sober living homes can help young adults please contact Zion’s Educational System by calling (866) 471-8579.
Parents of young adults who abuse drugs and substances often want the young adult to go to the sober living home more than the young adult wants to go. The only way a sober living home will be effective is if the young adult's desire to become sober is stronger than the desire to do drugs - and they are willingly to attend the sober living home. There are many sober living homes; most of the young adults who attend sober living homes are fresh out of rehabilitation and want to ensure that they remain sober.
Program Categories for Parents of Troubled Teens and Young Adults
Assisted Living Programs (Young Adults), Christian Boarding Schools (Teens Co-Ed), Drug Rehab Programs (Teens Co-Ed), Drug Rehab Programs (Young Adults), Group Homes (Teens Co-Ed), Independent Living Programs (Young Adults), Residential Treatment Centers (Teens Co-Ed), Residential Treatment Programs (Boys Only), Residential Treatment Programs (Girls Only), Substance Abuse Treatment Centers (Teens Co-Ed), Transitional Living Programs (Young Adults), Wilderness Therapy Programs (Teens Co-Ed), Youth Boot Camps (Teens Co-Ed)