Second Chance Sobriety Homes Offers Sobriety Homes

Sep 23, 2019 Mark

Press Release ( - United States - Sep 23, 2019 - Second Chance Sobriety Homes is a wellness center that focuses on providing addicts and alcoholics with the tools they need to get better and live a drug-free life. Run and operated by recovering alcoholics and addicts, the center understands the battles individuals go through in their quest to stay sober – and hence, provide a conducive environment where individuals can live in long or short term as they seek to get better. In the spirit of providing excellence, the center encourages an honest and supportive atmosphere within their homes – rendering each house more of a sober family than just a roommate environment.

Speaking about the benefits of sober living homes, the center’s spokesperson commented, “At Second Chance Sobriety Homes, we seek to help better the lives of individuals who’ve lost hope especially when it comes to substance abuse. This is why we offer a stable environment where one can focus on getting better as it pertains to their drug addiction recovery journey. Our sober living homes eliminate all the risks that one might encounter in the outside world. These homes offer a warm environment where individuals get to interact with other people going through the same situation. Accountability of good living cuts through all our locations, with the primary objective being the betterment of every individual that stays in the sobriety homes. Additional details on our homes can be found on our website.”

Second Chance Sobriety Homes has for years now been helping individuals achieve sober living in Berkeley through its sobriety homes. One of their SLE houses is located in the Berkeley area which is a first of its kind. The residence features seven bedrooms and is within one mile of the Ashby Bart Station, and two miles from the MacArthur St Station. There are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops nearby for one to choose from – with the home being the ideal spot for any individual looking to commute every day to work and still enjoy the perks of staying in the East Bay.

Talking about what’s expected of a roommate when living in the sobriety homes, the center’s spokesperson said, “Our homes offer a comfortable environment for one to live in during their recovery journey. Typically, to help individuals achieve the set goals, one is expected to be active in various house activities such as attending a recovery or mental health-based meeting, working with a sponsor/counselor or addiction therapist. Individuals are also expected to abstain from alcohol/drugs and submit random drug tests when required by the House Manager or his assistant.”

Through its sobriety homes, Second Chance Sobriety Homes has managed to help dozens of individuals get back to healthy living without fear of relapse. Their homes have been known to offer a safe atmosphere for individuals looking to live a drug-free life – an element that has seen them become a favorite for many. Today, they offer several locations throughout California, making them a worthy partner for anyone looking to get over their addiction problems.

About Second Chance Sobriety Homes

Second Chance Sobriety Homes is helping individuals live a substance-free life through its sobriety homes. The center’s homes provide the tools, and environment one needs to get better, with the ultimate goal being overall well-being.

Contact Details

Company Name: Second Chance Sobriety Homes

Tel: (877) 640-0840


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