Sober living home costs can vary based on the facility's policies, amenities, and support levels. At Slope Sober Living, we strive to provide affordable sober living for men in the Phoenix area struggling with addiction. Slope Sober Living homes believe in transparency, and we charge an initial deposit of $205 and a weekly rate of $175, due every Friday.
Our belief in balancing accountability with autonomy informs our fee structure, and we offer fair pricing for men on their journey to sobriety.
As recovering addicts ourselves, we understand the need for structure and community in the early stages of sobriety. Every resident has a roommate to help them maintain accountability as they begin their journey to a sober lifestyle. The local government does not set sober living costs in Arizona, which can result in high variability. Our prices are set based on our commitment to helping men discover and maintain sober lifestyles.
When you choose to live a sober life, your overall health improves, your personal relationships become more meaningful, and your mental health will become more stable. Sobriety allows you to gain clarity and take control of your life in both the present and the future. Getting sober also allows you to build and maintain long-lasting relationships.
Discovering sobriety offers a second chance to improve your life, and at Slope Sober Living, we understand the benefits of sobriety as recovering addicts ourselves.
Slope Sober Living facilities believe that sobriety is rooted in accountability and the freedom to choose to stay sober. Getting sober gives you the tools and insights to help build a positive future, repair damaged relationships, and gain freedom from addiction to have the best life you can. Recovering from addiction allows you to learn about yourself and discover a new power that will improve every aspect of your life, from physical to mental health.
One of the most common problems with halfway houses is poor management which can result in numerous negative issues. These can include poor living conditions, residents that are using drugs or alcohol, or strict restrictions on freedom. Slope Sober Living believes in autonomy balanced with accountability and a management style based on real-world experiences with addiction and recovery.
Another disadvantage of halfway houses is the negative association from surrounding residents, which is why Slope Sober Living strives to maintain a tidy home that benefits the local community with residents on their journey to sobriety. Some halfway houses don't have standard, transparent policies in place, which can result in a lack of structure that is not beneficial on the path to sobriety.
A key difference between halfway houses and sober living homes is that sober living residents are there voluntarily, while halfway houses home people who are ordered there by the court. Also, halfway houses may offer less access to recovery programs and a community that is committed to remaining sober. Slope Sober Living homes provide a space for men to discover and maintain sobriety.
The primary benefit of a halfway house is that it offers a transitional space for men in the early stages of recovery from addiction when they are at the highest risk of relapse. It provides a community structured around discovering and maintaining sobriety with men in active recovery.
At Slope Sober Living, we believe sobriety starts with personal accountability, and every resident has a roommate to help them maintain their sobriety.
As recovering addicts, we understand the necessity for freedom which we believe is at the root of sustained recovery from addiction. Sobriety is a choice that must be made every day and offers a bright future and personal growth. Transitional living facilities allow men in recovery to be surrounded by a sober community as they begin their journey to a life free from addiction.
There are numerous physical benefits to sobriety, and they start the moment you choose to stop using drugs or alcohol. You gain mental focus and clarity as the fog of addiction lifts which can reduce anxiety and allow you to identify the root causes of addiction and start your journey to recovery. Maintaining sobriety will enable you to live in the present and start living a healthy lifestyle.
When you're sober, your body is in its most natural state, and sleep patterns will improve. You may notice more healthy-looking eyes and skin and increased energy.
Sobriety also decreases the strain on your body, improving longevity and mood that allows for personal growth, and helps maintain a sober lifestyle. Having a clear mind from sobriety also helps with other recovery processes, including 12-step programs and therapy, which are all part of a comprehensive recovery plan.
This is the first phase of recovery and often the most difficult. Admitting you have a problem and beginning a treatment program will help you gain the perspective and tools necessary to start your journey to a sober life. Treatment initiation helps addicts overcome feelings of denial and gain the power and tools necessary to develop a lifestyle based on sobriety.
This second phase of recovery should be tailored to your unique addiction and may require medical assistance to safely detox and allow your body to avoid shock from withdrawal. This is another difficult phase when cravings and triggers can cause relapse, and having the resources to maintain sobriety is crucial. Having a community to help you maintain recovery is essential to long-term sobriety.
This third phase of recovery is essential for men on their journey to sobriety. Maintaining abstinence from drugs and alcohol is a daily struggle. Still, with the proper resources and community, sobriety can be the greatest choice of one's life that offers a bright future and personal responsibility.
Advanced and Active Recovery
This phase of recovery comes after years of maintaining sobriety and allows individuals the opportunity to reflect on the positive changes they have made in their personal lives on their path to recovery. At this stage, you may be looking for ways to help others on their path to sobriety, and there are many volunteer opportunities available for men in recovery.
As the opioid epidemic spread across the United States, the rise of Fentanyl addiction has increased the need for specialized treatment options for this powerful synthetic drug. Fentanyl is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine and presents a significant risk of addiction.
Kicking Fentanyl, like any opioid, presents withdrawal symptoms that often require medical supervision to successfully detox the body and begin the recovery process. During the initial withdrawal phases of Fentanyl addiction, the risk of relapse is high due to the severe physical pain associated with getting the drug out of your system and increased cravings. Having the proper resources available following your detox is essential to completing a sobriety and recovery program.
There are specialized treatment facilities designed for in-patient and out-patient programs to help men on their journey to recovery.