Our mission is to provide exceptional sober living for each and every woman we meet.
Right Path takes pride in supporting newly recovered women who want to live free from addiction in a comfortable home in a quiet, residential neighborhood. We specialize in post-treatment sober living that offers the opportunity to find the balance of work, recovery and life into a sober, life-affirming force. We combine a gently structured sober living with the turnaround that the 12-steps offers and a close working relationship with clinical programs. The result is inspired, transformational recovery.
A good sober living offers a new lifestyle. Using the 12-steps for transforming your life, we have a safe, gently structured and loving home with a live-in peer-to-peer recovery coach. Coaches are becoming more and more popular because they are effective. Our coaches model the critical dedication, self-assessment, compassion and patience necessary to maintain longer term recovery. From all the research, our sober living offers the four pillars of recovery: (1) community - shared dinners, daily workshops and fun activities (2) wellness - yoga studio membership, healthy meals, spiritual practice, and participating in therapy (3) sense of purpose in work, volunteering or attending school and (4) safety practices that allow us to be a zero tolerance home that is able to return the resident to the proper level of care whenever needed.
Our admission process is simple. Call and tell us about yourself. We're here to listen.
We have a simple criteria for acceptance into our house: any woman who desires sobriety and is willing to do the work necessary to achieve it. Please remember that we are a sober living and not a detox or a rehab, so we require everyone to complete detox and rehab prior to coming to our house. We're not for everyone. We enjoy recovery and consciously work to achieve it.
Why the coast of Connecticut?
OUR AREA is rich in natural beauty that heals the soul yet is close enough to the culture of New Haven or Old Lyme musuems or Madison and Old Saybrook shops and waterfront restaurants. It's no wonder that there is every kind of amenity from free yoga classes on the beach to being wrapped up in blanket for a guided meditation and singing bowls. There are open mic nights in a coffee shop or several choirs to join. Kayaking on the rivers, biking the woodland trails or packing up for a day of skiing, are all close by. There's ample work in this area and three nearby comunity colleges. From writing for public radio to waitressing to more professional positions, you'll find work. If you are without an auto, it's an area that begs for biking (we have bikes available) and walking. There are Ubers and public transportation also available. You may bring your car and electronics.
We are surrounded by AA and NA 12-step meetings we are also 20 minutes to SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, and Bhuddist Recovery.