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Sober Living - Rehab Center


Sober living is an option after the intensive treatment provided in inpatient care. It can help with adjusting to living sober outside of rehab and ease the transition back to your normal life. In a sober living program, you’ll live in a supervised home with a group of others who are also on the road to recovery. Sober living houses have structured schedules, meetings, and rules to help promote a positive environment free from temptation and distractions.

You can join a sober living home immediately after rehab, or you may find that adjusting to life outside of rehab is difficult. That’s when sober living can help with the transition from rehab to your normal environment. Not everyone who goes through drug or alcohol detox and rehab will need this step, but sober living can help reinforce what you’ve learned in rehab. With the assistance of a support network, it’s less likely that you will relapse.


What is it Like to Live
in a Sober Living Home?

Living in a sober home will be similar to living in rehab, but here, you will continue to work or go to school and have financial independence. You’ll still attend group meetings and have a support system, but you can come and go out of the home whenever you’d like. There still are curfews, a no-tolerance policy toward alcohol and drugs, and other rules in place to ensure that residents can thrive in a positive, encouraging environment.

Sober living is also called a halfway house because you’re halfway done with recovery. It isn’t just sharing a house with rehabilitated roommates. The home provides a less structured, more independent environment than rehab, but offers more guidance than returning home to an unstructured environment. Sober living homes also help their residents succeed by equipping them with invaluable life skills before returning to living independently, such as:

  • Finding a job
  • Finding a house after treatment
  • Living sober at home
  • Social skills
  • Fixing family relationships
  • Support network
  • Managing triggers
  • Pursuing education


We work with most insurance plans to cover the costs of treatment.



You’ll be sharing a home with those who take recovery seriously and who can accompany you in sober activities.


The home is supervised, and everyone in the home will attend group meetings together and outpatient therapy on their own time.


You’ll be able to attend or search for work or take educational courses. You’re responsible for your own expenses.


You’ll avoid high-stress situations and temptations that you may encounter at home with unsupportive friends or family.

Sober Living
How Long Do
You Stay in
Sober Living

The average stay in a sober living home is 90 days, but arrangements can be made for a longer stay. If you think you may have trouble staying sober in your own home environment after rehab, or your family has a negative attitude toward your recovery, a halfway house is a great solution to help you stay on track. In a sober living environment, professionals are available to help you navigate major changes in your new life. They can also help you determine what length of stay is the right one for you.

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Most sober living homes require residents to pay their own rent and do chores. With some exceptions, sober living homes usually aren’t eligible for insurance coverage because they’re not considered a treatment facility by the government. This is because sober living homes don’t offer treatment as rehab facilities do. While this seems like a disadvantage, paying rent can help a resident continue responsible financial habits.

However, outpatient rehab that you may attend during your time in a sober living home may be covered by insurance. Some insurance policies may limit your care providers or may want you to contribute to the cost. The cost depends on your insurance policy deductible and your policy co-pay. Most treatment facilities can help determine if your insurance is eligible for outpatient rehab.

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Sober Living in
Long Beach

Many people enjoy sober living in the Long Beach area, which is home to many waterfront attractions, such as the Aquarium of the Pacific and the RMS Queen Mary, which is permanently docked there. Locals and tourists enjoy miles of beaches, a variety of shopping and restaurant choices, along with cultural events like the Long Beach Pride Festival and Parade, and the Grand Prix of Long Beach. California State University enjoys a robust enrollment, providing those seeking higher education with a host of choices for classes to take.

Sober Living in Orange County

Sober Living in
Orange County

A lot of people interested in sober living find Orange County to be a great fit for their needs. Part of the Los Angeles area of Southern California, Orange County has over three million residents who enjoy year-round sunshine and access to 40 miles of coastline. Orange County includes popular destinations like Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Angel Stadium, multiple parks, and cultural centers. Those interested in higher education can choose from many public and private colleges, including the University of California Irvine.

Sober Living in Newport Beach

Sober Living in
Newport Beach

Asking for help when you struggle with an addiction to alcohol or drugs isn’t easy, but Gratitude Lodge can help you from the moment you talk to us. We understand how to treat substance use disorders and mental health concerns with several programs, including sober living, detox, inpatient, and outpatient programs.

Contact Gratitude Lodge today and let us tell you how we can help you achieve true sobriety.

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Our Partners

We accept most PPO insurance

Drug and alcohol rehab should be accessible to everyone. At Gratitude Lodge,
we work with most insurance plans to cover the costs of treatment.