Sober Living New Jersey

 How can I find sober living in New Jersey?

Trying to find sober living in New Jersey is probably one of the easiest locations to do so.

New Jersey has a lot of areas for sober living homes and they are there to suit a wide range of needs and circumstances - as well as different budgets.

We are aware of hundreds of sober living homes in New Jersey including places such as Jersey City, Mendham, New Brunswick, Newark, Keyport, Princeton, Asbury Park, and many many more! No matter what part of New Jersey you want to reside in for sober living once you have finished your substance abuse treatment program, you can have your wish.

The first thing you can do is contact a referral service to help you find sober living in New Jersey. These are a group of experts when it comes to treatment centers and transitional living. They have formed excellent, long standing relationships with halfway houses all over the United States, including New Jersey. They can answer any questions you may have and guide you to sober living in New Jersey that will fit the situation you are looking for. They really have your best interest in mind and they refer you at no cost to you.

You can also, if you have already settled on a treatment center in New Jersey, ask the staff members there for information on sober living in New Jersey. They likely have built relationships with sober living facilities as well, because they work together to help clients transition from one to the other on a regular basis. They can be a wealth of knowledge for anything you need to know if you feel you have no where to go when treatment is over. The more planning you do in advance, the better off you will be.

Sober living in New Jersey ranges from condos and apartment homes to larger types of living arrangements like single family homes and even some beach homes. If you are not willing to settle on the first thing that comes along, you are going to have to be patient, call a list of places and maybe even make a few trips to view the living arrangements before making a commitment to live in any one in particular. Whichever sober living home you choose in New Jersey, there are many benefits you will reap by transitioning into that type of setting instead of trying to live out on your own right away.

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Aloha House
1908 Buchanan Street
Hollywood
  NJ



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   NJ

www.integritywayflorida.com


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   NJ

www.newhorizonsdelray.com


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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