The Process Recovery Center is not a residential facility. We offer Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient services. However, we do recognize and honor the profound benefit of sober living in early recovery. We also acknowledge that it may be a necessary resource for those traveling a great distance to get treatment. A sober house is a residential home in which a group of recovering individuals support each other to maintain their recovery. While sober living is not a requirement for treatment at the Process Recovery Center, we work in conjunction with multiple sober homes in our community. Sober homes not only furnish a place to sleep at night, but are also safe and structured environments – something many find vital in the beginning when triggers and temptations pose the greatest threat. Sober living communities are a haven for those who are still building an arsenal of skills against relapse. They provide natural companionship and peer support – necessary guards against the dangers of too much isolation – and also teach discipline, respect, and responsibility. If you think sober living would be a useful adjunct to your treatment, please let us know. We are happy to set it up for you upon arrival.