Life is full of highs and lows, and you can no longer turn to drugs or alcohol to manage the pain that comes with these peaks and valleys. You need to develop healthy, substance-free ways of coping. By partnering with one of our sober coaches, you can work toward developing these healthy habits that will serve you in your new sober life.
Coaches help you anticipate some of the ups and downs you’ll face in life, and build proper ways of responding to adversity. A new, sober life requires that you have a good mental health and you change the way you think about your problems, whether they be in your relationships with other people or in your relationship with yourself. This helps you maintain healthy relationships with yourself and your loved one in the long term. And your sober coach can help you change your mindset for the better.
Recovery doesn’t end once you leave Connecticut Sober Living Home. Sober coaches can connect you with quality support groups in your area, helping you maintain accountability and build even more positive habits. He also checks in with you, making sure you’re doing what you need to do to remain sober. It is our goal to help you succeed outside our sobriety facility, and your sober coach can help you get there.
Being a victim of substance abuse is not the end of the world. The sober coaches at our alcohol and drug-free transitional living environment ensure that you get help from the early recovery at treatment center to the after-treatment phase. Each resident is given individualized attention and goal-setting by our recovery coaches and sober companions. We help you build a successful life for the future. Our residents stay as long as they feel necessary to be set up for success in relationships, work, daily activities, and a substance-free life.
You’re never rushed out the door at the Connecticut Sober Living! Call us today to begin your journey towards sobriety.