Sober Living Homes: How do we balance recovery with residential living?

Recovering addicts, as disabled persons, have the right to seek a supporting living environment, free from discrimination. Residents have the right to quietly enjoy their homes. Recovering addicts often seek out sober living homes (SLHs) to reside with others battling with addiction while attempting to transition back into sobriety. Many are successful. Unfortunately, when attempting to make this transition, some SLH residents may find leaving their former lifestyle difficult. As a result of those finding it difficult, neighbors may experience excessive noise, parking, smoking and trash. In more drastic situations, residents might witness drug or alcohol relapses, overdoses and increased crime.     Read the article……………


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