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Where Recovery Meets Life!

Sober Living

Right Path is a sober living house where your life meets your recovery

We love to help each and every person on their recovery journey to find healing and find out that sober life is anything but boring.

I LOVE HORSES

We wrap highly individuated clinical services around you and offer diverse community building workshops and activities so you can make lifelong friends. 

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COACHING

As coaches we can help with prioritizing recovery,

as well as cooking. finding a sponsor, obtaining a job and handling schedules or budgets.   

WORKSHOPS

Our 12-step workshops and in-house meetings are great ways to get comfortable with 12-step and to get to know each other.

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CLINICAL

For some, long-term recovery involves addressing underlying trauma. We can assist house members in finding effective clinicians and intensive outpatient programs to create an individualized program for long-term sobriety.

OFFERING BRAIN HEALTH

Long-term sobriety may require developing healthier thinking habits, as addiction is a brain disease. To aid them in their recovery journey, our house members can choose EMDR specialists and/or an eight-week course of Neurofeedback with Gray Matters.

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COMMUNITY

Successful sober living is etched in Attachment Theory. It's other people that will hold us accountable for our recovery which makes building a recovery community very important. We offer workshops and shared dinners where we can get to know each other, and also encourage peer-driven things to do on the weekend such as pickleball, art, and bike riding, to name a few of the things to do. 

TESTIMONIALS

"I'm blown away by the difference in me since I came here."

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OUR STORY

MacKenzie Morley died January 4, 2016. I was her aunt, her advocate, and her friend. She was a mother, wife, and daughter. Despite going to rehab three times in a row, she died at 27 of liver failure arising from her addiction. She left behind her 8 year-old son and loving family.

Enough is enough, I wanted to do what I could to change things. I saw the benefits of sober living but not seeing people go into sober living because of the cost or going into sober living that offered little more than a bed, so I opened a structured sober house that was reasonably priced.  We individually coach our residents to practice the proven research about community, wellness, safety and sense of purpose. It is our norm. Even though we miss our MacKenzie every day, we can extend our hand to you and your family as you seek the help your family needs to find and nurture the peace and long-lasting health you long for.

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