A Place for Change
Sober living is a vital element to recovery for every individual struggling with addiction or alcoholism. David’s House offers a safe, structured, supportive community that combats the isolation that accompanies addiction.
Our goal at David’s Sober Living (DSL) is to provide people recovering from addiction an exceptional upper-class sober living experience. This not only helps in keeping them clean and sober but also offers a rewarding community living environment.
A Community for Recovery
DSL operates as a close-knit community. Our residents share responsibilities in our homes, but more importantly, they provide emotional support and encouragement to each other. The goal of our sober living community is to provide the atmosphere where you can recover and find the strength mentally, emotionally and physically to be able to handle the inevitable stress of everyday living without drugs and alcohol.
How David’s Sober Living Works
David’s Sober Living Community is appropriate if you are serious about your recovery, you understand what you need to do to be successful, and are looking for a safe, nurturing environment to focus on developing permanent sobriety.
Our communities intend to foster strength so that after leaving a residence, you are emotionally and physically able to handle everyday living without drugs and alcohol.
Is David’s Sober Living the same as a Recovery Home or Halfway House?
No. Therapy, treatment, and formal counseling are not a part of our routine. You plan recovery outside of the home. You are encouraged to assume responsibility for yourself and for the household community group. We create a wholesome and loving environment with minimal structure.
When is the Right Time to Enter a Community Home?
Ideally, you reserve a space while you are in treatment. Enroll during your final days and transfer immediately after discharge. We require that our residents either have completed a primary treatment program and be part of aftercare or be currently involved in an outpatient treatment program.