Sober Living Georgia

Can I Go to Sober Living in Georgia Without Insurance?

Choosing to go to sober living in Georgia can be likened to going grocery shopping. There are so many options to choose from. Many are the same in a lot of ways, still others differ greatly. A concern for many especially in this day and age is finding a sober living that accepts other forms of payment other than health insurance. If you live in the state of Georgia and are without health insurance and you are transitioning out of a drug and alcohol rehab center, you may have wondered “Can I go to sober living in Georgia without insurance?”

Many people who need assistance in becoming and staying drug-free choose to live in a sober living house for a period of time so that they can get their lives back on track before heading back into the real world. The problem it seems is that if you are without health insurance you may be forced to find alternative ways to pay for your living expenses while in a sober living facility. These places for the most part are not free. In fact some are quite expenses and can cost upwards of thousands of dollars.

There are many choices when it comes to sober living in Georgia and many do accept other forms of payment besides health insurance.

There are government programs available to help offset the cost of staying in a sober living home. The other option is to pay cash for your stay. There very few businesses that will turn away cash. If you are in a position to ask a family member, perhaps your parents or maybe even a friend for help, this might be the way to go. You can always pay them back once you get back on your feet. If you feel that you may qualify for governmental assistance, then simply call the local office in the city in the state of Georgia in which you reside.

Another option to consider is to look for a non-profit sober living house. These kinds of programs can be free to some or provided at a very low-cost. Keep in mind that you will have to get and keep a job at most sober living in Georgia, so that will also help you to pay for your expenses. It is not a difficult task to find sober living in Georgia if you do not have insurance, there are plenty of places available to fit all kinds of budgets. 

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Aloha House
1908 Buchanan Street

Aloha House has been providing a safe, caring, affordable residence for recovering men and women since 2002. Our recovering director is a Certified Addiction Professional with more than 20 years working in the field of addiction. We know what works to guide you on your recovery path. We are conveniently located in the heart of the recovering community in South Florida/Broward County with meetings within walking distance from our facility. Please feel free to call us or visit our website for more information about Aloha House.
Integrity Way

Delray Beach
(888) 469-8777   GA

Transitional Housing continues to be one of the most effective ways of attaining continued abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Our sober living community believes that with the proper education, support, and willingness, everyone has the opportunity to recover from substance abuse. We provide our residents with the structure, tools, and guidance they need to become a valuable, loving, happy, family-oriented person again. It is our mission to provide you with a safe and sober living environment on your journey to recovery.
New Horizons Sober Community

Delray Beach
(561) 414-1126   GA

New Horizons is a sober community for men who have a strong desire followed by the actions necessary to stay sober and improve their lives. If you have decided that you are serious about your recovery and are interested in joining a community where you can learn the necessary skills to be a happy, healthy, responsible member of society, then the New Horizons Sober Community is the place for you!
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