Men's Sober Living
Foundation To Freedom provides men's sober living homes for men recovering from addiction. Our homes, located in DeLand, are designed to provide a supportive and structured environment that promotes personal growth and development.
Sober Living for Men: A Safe and Supportive Environment for Recovery
Addiction is a severe problem that affects millions of people around the world. While the road to recovery is challenging, it is not impossible. Men with addiction require a structured, encouraging environment to recover and maintain sobriety. To assist men battling addiction in leading sober lives, our non-governmental organization offers men's sober living houses.
Our sober houses offer a supportive, structured environment promoting personal growth and development. Together, we can build a foundation for a brighter future. We aim to give men the skills and resources to beat addiction and live happy, fulfilling lives. We know that sobriety requires work and time to achieve and maintain and that recovery is a journey.
The Benefits of Our Sober Living Homes
People who want to live healthy lives without using drugs or alcohol should consider sober living facilities. They give people a secure, safe environment to rebuild their way of life free from temptations that complicate rehabilitation.
A Safe, Sober Environment
Our sober living facilities for men offer a controlled, encouraging environment that supports healing. Residents are expected to follow rules and regulations that aid in their sobriety. In order to keep them engaged and committed to their recovery, they are also urged to participate in group activities like meetings, therapy sessions, and leisure pursuits.
The peer support residents receive at our men's sober living homes is one of the most important advantages. Living in a community with recovering others can be very beneficial because residents can emotionally support and mentor one another. This sense of community can make people feel more socially connected and less alone.
Our sober living communities for men provide a level of accountability that is challenging to achieve independently. Attending meetings, staying sober, and abiding by the home's rules and regulations are all requirements for residents. Those who are battling addiction may find great motivation in this accountability.
Common Misconceptions About Men's Sober Living Homes
is a prison-like environment
Many people believe that sober living facilities are rough, constrictive places where residents are constantly watched over and their activities are limited. However, this is far from the truth. Sober living homes are designed to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals recovering from addiction. While there are rules and guidelines, residents can come and go as they please and participate in various activities.
is too expensive
This is not always true. There are many affordable options available for men's sober living homes, and some insurance plans may cover the cost of treatment. It is important to research different options and explore potential financial assistance to find the best fit for your needs and budget.
Only for men with severe addiction issues.
Another myth about men's sober living is that it's only for guys with bad addiction problems. This is not, however, the case. Whether they have recently finished a treatment program or have been sober for a while, men can participate in men's sober living at any stage of their recovery. Residents can develop the abilities needed to sustain long-term sobriety in a supportive environment provided by the facility.
is not effective.
Men's sober living homes provide a structured and supportive environment where residents can focus on their recovery without the distractions and triggers that exist in the outside world. Studies have shown that men participating in sober living programs are more likely to maintain long-term sobriety.
How much does it cost to live in men's sober living facilities?
The goal of Foundations To Freedom is to offer sober living environment where people can advance and gain maximum recovery stages.
At this time, Foundations to Freedom does not take anyone on the MAT program. An individual must be completely clean and sober of all substances upon admission. We also currently do not admit anyone who is a convicted sex offender or anyone with severe mental health and violent criminal background.
Please feel free to contact us for more in-depth information on the cost of residing in a halfway house. Our knowledgeable team will happily assist you and provide you with all the necessary details.
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How do people qualify for our sober living homes?
In order to be accepted into a Foundation's house and start your recovery process, a person must meet the following mandatory requirements:
▪ For the Empowerment house, you must be a woman with a child or children.
▪ Each individual must express a desire to turn away from their addictive lifestyle and a willingness to remain clean and sober.
▪ Each individual must complete all intake forms, including the application and liability waivers.
▪ Each individual must maintain complete abstinence from all mind- & mood-altering substances. This includes illegal drugs, alcohol, prescription drugs (certain medical exceptions can be made), or any other substance used to alter the mind or mood of an individual.
▪ Each individual must commit to staying sober for at least twelve (12) months.
▪ Each individual must participate in all classes and counseling sessions available, as well as work and fundraising activities.
▪ Each individual must be willing to learn how to stay clean and sober through the twelve (12) Steps of Recovery programs of Alcoholics Anonymous ("AA") or Narcotics Anonymous ("NA").
▪ Each individual must either have a job, be actively seeking employment (this will be verified), be attending an outpatient program, or be participating in community service or volunteer work during the day.
▪ Each individual must pay a one-time admission fee, which is due at intake.
▪ Each individual must pay the House fee (see section § 3.02). Please note that during the admissions process, Foundations is required to call local law enforcement to determine if there are any active warrants on the client.