Sober Living Homes for Troubled Young Adults
Sober living homes are incredibly valuable in assisting struggling young adults achieve long-term recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. They are a safe, secure, and professionally staffed environment for long term recovery.
Typically, the residents of these programs come directly from an inpatient treatment and rehabilitation situation, while others come directly from a wilderness therapy program or residential treatment center.
Troubled Young Adults Often Require Sober Living Homes
At The Crossroads is founded on the belief that a safe and secure environment is needed for any growth to take place. We have created well designed and affordable residential programs (one for men and a separate one for women), located in beautiful Southern Utah. At, our facility, education is a key component, where students are provided with appropriate opportunities for overall success.
We provide a safe drug and alcohol free living environment for young adults wanting to live a sober lifestyle based on twelve step programs. For young alcoholics or drug abusers who have run out of options, our facility offers a last hope, and we are passionate about providing the perfect opportunity for complete rehabilitation.
At The Crossroads presents the most comprehensive sober living homes available in the US. If you are looking for a professional-assisted therapeutic opportunity that include support for sobriety, life coaching, therapy, independent life skills training, academic and vocational guidance, please call 866-439-0354 and speak with our Admissions Counselor.
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The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) is a 501-c3 nonprofit and recovery community organization (RCO). NARR supports over 25,000 persons in addiction recovery who are living in over 2,500 certified recovery residences throughout the United States. NARR’s mission is to support persons in recovery from addiction by improving their access to quality recovery residences through standards, support services, placement, education, research and advocacy. NARR envisions all persons in recovery from addiction having access to the recovery support they need to live happier, healthier lives. NARR values hope, compassion, respect, honesty, responsibility, and fairness. NARR is a member of the Association of Recovery Organizations.