Sober homes are designed to provide safe and supportive group living free of alcohol and drugs. They are based on peer support, structure and learning new life skills.
They serve as a transition between treatment and return to normal life.
These websites can help you find sober home options near you (in the US).
Intervention America, National Resource on Recovery
Search by state then by city to find sober living homes near you and throughout the U.S.
National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR)
NARR is the largest recovery housing organization in the U.S., operating in 26 states. It supports over 25,000 people in recovery living in more than 2,500 certified recovery residences. To find Recovery Residences contact your local or regional recovery residence association.
Oxford House is a network of drug-free, self-supporting houses or apartment buildings. It was founded in 1975 as the next step in substance use recovery, focusing on sober community living as a way to prevent relapse. Their website includes a U.S. state directory of over 3,000 active homes. There are houses for men, women, and women with children. The number of people in each house ranges from 6 to 15.
Sober House Directory
Sober House Directory helps you find sober houses, structured group homes, and sober living throughout the U.S. You can search by state, then by city. Click on a home for a description and contact number, as well as a link to their website.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Type in your city or zip code. On the left menu bar under Type of Treatment, click on Show More. Then select Transitional housing (this covers sober homes). You can also select payment options, ages, languages spoken and more.