Recovery, Meet Life!
What we do at Right Path
At Right Path Sober Living, we're working hard and enjoying recovery. We're here for the moment of clarity that leaves the old life behind and embraces the one that dreams are made of. From the in-house environment to the 12-step meetings and sober activities around us, we offer a sober community that inspires recovery and selfhood in each member. We're here to support the woman who wants to create her own right path and make her life into a sober, life-affirming force.
Right Path takes pride in supporting women who want to live free from addiction. Our safe and uniquely supportive environment offers each newly sober woman the opportunity to find her balance and realize that she can do the work for a life that's productive and full of meaning. Right Path's trauma-informed, sober living's mission is based on your evolution into the person you set out to be before your addiction took you and those around you. If rehab has engaged you and given you the solid start you needed, than sustaining that recovery involves slow but significant life style changes. Clients are coached in rebuilding relationships and developing the insight that guides them toward a better decision-making process. Each member of our community moves forward with confidence in herself and a real stake in her recovery.
Why Choose the Right Path House
We're a rarity among sober living houses because we follow the four pillars (community, purpose, safety and wellness) of recovery according to SAMSHA and a trauma-informed mindset. By thoughtful design, we work hard to foster community, purpose and wellness while always keeping in mind the safety of each client. Like many houses, we are 12-step based, and require mandatory meetings and random testing. We keep the freedom of sober housing but offer educational opportunities and "fun activities" well beyond what most houses offer. We combine 22 hours each week of support and education with a peer-driven weekend of sober fun and shared evening meals. Keeping with that kind of commitment to the wellness of our clients, we've built into our week a requirement for professional counseling.
How did Right Path House earn the attention of NPR as "the Sober House Trying to Make a Difference?"
Why Choose Sober Living after Rehab?
Living sober exposes the challenge between the "book learning" that you absorbed in rehab and the wisdom to be gained in actually living sober. Using the services and the fellowship of a supportive sober living home is not a sign of weakness. It's a sign of healthy respect for the disease of addiction. You've been told that "Recovery is a journey, not a timed event." So living in a safe environment when your recovery first meets your life allows you to successfully navigate the surprizing challenges. Addiction is always in a rush, but in recovery, there's no need to rush. Here, our coaches model the dedication, compassion and patience you'll need to maintain longer term recovery while our simple but supportive home life allows you the freedom to create and gain experience in your recovery life.
our vision for recovery follows SAMSHA's four pillars
Clear away the debris of addiction and tap the reservoir of clarity and connection so you can live your full recovery life!
To us, sober living is more then safe and comfortable housing. We are a sober home that works toward forging community and wellness so you can ease you into the next step in your recovery, finding fulfillment and peace.
why Right Path House?
Recovery makes a life-altering impact on your life, make it count.
Right Path's trauma-informed, sober living mission is based on you evolving into who you set out to be before your addiction took you and those around you. Rehab gave you the solid start you needed, now sustaining that recovery involves a slow but significant life style changes around your emotional, intellectual, and phyiscal wellbeing. We know that kind of recovery can take more than a great sober living so we are connected to experienced local therapists (CBT, EMDR, FAMILY ) and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs. We'll also help you restart work or school so you'll find an anchor and a purpose and a way to begin to contribute to the world around you.