Sober Living Houses In South Africa
What Are Sober Living Homes?Sober Living Houses, also called sober homes and sober living environments are alcohol and drug-free living environments which offer residential sobriety for individuals who suffered from chemical dependency and mental health disorders.
Sober Living Homes are typically structured around the 12-step program or other recovery methodologies where people recovering from addiction can live in a supervised and sober environment with structure.
Sober Living Facilities RulesPeople who reside in sober living facilities can usually come and go as they please as long as they follow certain rules. Rules differ from facility to facility, but, in general, there are some rules that are common to most sober environments, such as working hours and curfews. Residents may also be subject to periodic drug testing to demonstrate ongoing sobriety.
In addition to the basic rules, residence are encouraged to find work or go to school during the day and must contribute to the sober living home by doing household chores.
Conditions For Living In A Sober Living HomeOur sober living homes require that residents first complete a substance abuse rehabilitation program in Plettenberg Bay for 2 months (56 Days) residential primary prior to moving into the sober living facility which is also situated in Plettenberg Bay in the Garden Route, Western Cape South Africa. Plettenberg Bay is 500 km from Cape Town and 1 140 km from Johannesburg.
Client "meet and greet" at Cape Town or Johannesburg airports
Minimum of one month (28Days) at the Sober Living Retreat
Cross-pollination regarding lectures and workshops between rehab and sober house.
E-Hab programme option for retreat clients
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