The primary difference between Sober Living Outpatient and other inpatient and outpatient treatment centers is focusing on the core issues. Our groups are primary process groups. We do not focus on psycho-educational materials, although they are addressed within the context of the group. Group therapy at Sober Living Outpatient uses a variety of modalities such as art therapy, psychodrama, sculpting, and many more.
We believe in developing a strong, positive relationship with our clients. It is imperative that they trust us, as well as the process involved. We treat each client as if they were our own family. We create an environment in which the client feels safe and loved which enables them to authentically and vulnerably address their issues.
Quality treatment first…Finances second…we have never and will never throw someone out because their insurance runs out. If a person wants to be at Sober Living Outpatient and is willing to do the work, we will find a way to make it happen. Our business is not built on repeat business. We help people get well the first time.
ABOUT SOBER LIVING RECOVERY
Set in the coastal community of Delray Beach, Fla., Sober Living Recovery provides a residential and outpatient treatment for adults struggling with chemical dependency and. Sober Living Recovery combines evidence-based and holistic treatment methods to help clients acquire and maintain long-term sobriety. Detoxification is not available on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Sober Living Recovery’s website notes clients may first undergo an initial assessment, which is used to create an individualized treatment plan. These treatment plans focus on healing the underlying core issues that contribute to addiction, such as trauma, co-dependency, low self-esteem, dysfunctional family patterns, abuse, shame, and abandonment. If applicable, Sober Living Recovery also treats compulsive gambling and love/sex addiction.
To address these issues, clients participate in a range of evidence-based treatments that address the bio-psycho-social framework of addiction, including group and individual counseling. The facility also utilizes 12-step concepts, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT),eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EDMR) for trauma-related challenges, and medication management for individuals struggling with co-occurring issues. Sober Living Recovery also strongly encourages family participation and facilities an educational, therapeutic family program every other month.
Along with traditional counseling sessions, clients also participate in “inner child therapy” to help process any formative events from the client’s past. Other experimental and holistic therapies include psychodrama, role-playing, sculpting, guided yoga, and meditation.
Sober Living Recovery’s programming is facilitated by licensed counselors with experience in the fields of chemical dependency, mental health, and family issues.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Sober Living Recovery’s website indicates it provides accommodations for up to 40 residents. Accommodations include shared or private bedrooms and shared living spaces.
According to Best-rehabs.com surveys, four alums provided a five- out of five-star rating for the overall quality of accommodations.
Five alumni provided feedback about this facility to Best-rehabs.com to date. Four out of four alumni gave five out of five stars for treatment effectiveness and accommodations and amenities.
The five alumni indicated that they felt that program’s dedicated staff, “community environment,” and treatment approach contributed to the program’s success. “My experience at sober living outpatient was amazing,” alum C.P. wrote. “The therapists are very involved and the entire staff is so helpful and caring.”
“My confidence is returning and my depression & anxiety are under control,”K.P. wrote was a result of his personalized treatment plan. “I am now looking to return to the workforce. My future is bright!”
On Facebook, the facility earned 4.3 out of five stars from 42 reviews to date.31 of the reviews were five out of five stars. Alumni repeatedly praised the staff. 
“Literally my second family. Amazing staff who genuinely cares, & awesome clients as well. Great place to get sober,” alum Paige wrote. Alum Any agreed, and wrote about how the staff cares.
On Google, the facility received 3.6 out of five stars from 19 reviews to date, though more of the reviews came from friends and family members.
Some of the negative reviews cite trouble with the facility’s cleanliness and policies; however, overwhelmingly, the positive feedback claimed recovery was possible because of the program. “My cousin got clean and sober here and has been sober since. Great program,” a loved one wrote.
The cost of the program is $15,000 per month or $40,000 for 90 days of treatment, and Sober Living Recovery accepts private health insurance plans. If applicable, financial assistance to cover the entire cost of treatment may be available to qualified clients.