Care With Purpose

Sober Living in
New Jersey

Supportive Housing for Supported Healing

Heal, Recover, and Prepare
in a Sober Living Community

Living sober requires commitment and learned coping skills. Sobriety doesn’t automatically happen after finishing a drug and alcohol treatment program. It takes work and support to learn valuable life skills to prepare for the recovery journey according to your own needs.

The sober living journey can be challenging for anyone in recovery. Sober living environments offering transitional housing with learning opportunities to develop life skills and prepare for reintegration into daily life.

 As professional, personal, or academic challenges arise, it can be more difficult to cope with the struggles of sobriety and relapse prevention. Past drug or alcohol addiction or substance abuse can only make this more difficult.

Help is Available. 

Our sober living houses in New Jersey provide safe and supportive housing in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by peers on the same recovery journey. Those struggling with substance abuse like drug and alcohol addiction can focus on independent living in a stable community.

 Spending time in a sober living home provides structure, support, and additional resources to manage addiction and sobriety and reach a common goal – lifelong sobriety.

The First Day of Your New Life
Starts with Psyclarity Sober Living

What Is a
Sober Living Facility?

Also called halfway houses, sober living environments, and sober living communities, sober living homes are designated living spaces for patients in recovery to learn coping skills and reintegrate into society. With the support of peers with a common goal and experienced clinical and house staff, patients have a safe and comfortable space to share the recovery journey together.

 The goal of sober living facilities is to help patients transition from Inpatient or Outpatient treatment programs into day-to-day life with employment, family, and friends. At Psyclarity, our sober living homes in New Jersey are located in a quiet neighborhood, free of distractions, with opportunities for residents to spend time together and enjoy hobbies or experiences locally.

 Most importantly, sober living homes and halfway houses provide a support system. Instead of reintegrating into daily life directly from intensive treatment, patients can support each other in the recovery journey and develop healthy habits, robust coping skills, and new daily routines. It’s a space to heal and prepare for a new life on a solid foundation on which to build a new life and safely return home.

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What Does Life in a
Psyclarity Sober Living Home Look Like?

Psyclarity holds the highest standard of care and accountability for ourselves and our patients in a sober living facility. We strive to provide a safe and healthy environment that prioritizes personal accountability and awareness. All patients in our facilities must share in this commitment to personal safety and relapse prevention, not just for themselves, but for their fellow residents.

This is not to say that we don’t understand and empathize with the struggles of our patients. When an admission of relapse or temptation, poor judgment, or other issues arise, we show the utmost compassion and understanding. It’s important to move forward with a renewed commitment to sobriety, however.

Recovery from drugs and alcohol can be an ongoing struggle. Abstinence has to be maintained for a truly sober life and healthy future. Our clinical staff will regularly perform random drug testing and enforce a curfew for the best interests of our patients. Participants must also show respect for staff and peers in all activities and interactions.

To become part of our New Jersey sober living homes, patients must commit to ongoing treatment, regular meetings, mandatory support groups, and house chores or expenses. We do not allow pets or overnight guests, and internet access will only be granted on a case-by-case basis.

The Psyclarity Sober
Living Home Promise

At Psyclarity, we’re dedicated to providing compassionate, practical, and structured support to our patients according to their individual needs. We provide additional services and resources to help patients thrive in our recovery community and sober living environment, no matter their personal struggles.

The peer community is a key factor in the long-term recovery process. Our structured sober living program isn’t just about addiction treatment, but building meaningful sober living networks and developing the skills for a new, sober life.

Our clinical and support staff are committed to each and every patient and their individual needs. We do all we can to help our patients design a new healthy lifestyle and healthy habits for their recovery journey.

The Benefits of Supportive Living Homes

Diverse Recovery Community and Peer Support

Accountability to Reintegrate into a Healthy Lifestyle

Additional Services and Skill Building for Reintegration into Daily Life

A Quiet Neighborhood with Safety and Space to Heal

Opportunities to Build Sober Networks with New Friends

Independence and Autonomy

Opportunity To Get Your Life Back

Achieve Long-Term Sobriety
with a Community of Peers with a Common Goal

Sober living communities aren’t about partying. They’re a safe place to build the new you and learn skills to prepare for your new sober lifestyle. It’s your step to independence and a brighter future with structure, accountability, and personal care. It’s a family of recovery peers and compassionate staff.

Sober living homes help patients identify their sober goals and align their lifestyle to match. It’s the place for lasting recovery with a renewed commitment to lifelong health.

Supportive Housing:
Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about supportive housing or recovery homes in the state of New Jersey? Here are the answers to the most common questions.

How Long Do You Need to Live in Supportive Housing?

The time you spend in recovery housing depends on your individual circumstances. It could be weeks or months, but the goal is to finish successfully not quickly. Your care team will help you determine how long you should spend in your sober living environment based on your progress.

Should You Stay in Sober Living If You’re Actively Using?

Sober living houses are free of drugs and alcohol for the safety of all residents. It’s not conducive to your recovery or the recovery of your peers for anyone in the home to be actively using. If you’ve relapsed or begun using while staying in a sober house, it’s crucial that you speak to your care team to determine next steps.

What’s the Difference Between a Halfway House and a Sober House?

Halfway houses and sober houses are often used synonymously, but they are different options and have different purposes. Halfway houses are intended to support people transitioning from an institutional environment to independent living, while sober homes are for people transitioning out of a substance abuse treatment program to a life of sobriety.

If you or a loved one are seeking substance use disorder or mental health treatment services, contact us to get the process started.


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