Sober Living in Cincinnati, OH
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Our Services – How We’ve Helped Over 100,000 Addicts Recover
Join us to stop the drug epidemic by providing affordable treatments and educating students about the early warning signs of addiction
Families Served Annually
People Helped Since 1994
Sober Living America changed my entire life. They are honestly the best thing that has ever happened to me. They helped me find myself again, encouraged me throughout my whole journey process, and still to this day give me inspiration to be the best me possible.
The staff at sober living America is amazing, they actually care about your emotional state unlike other facilities, the rooms/buildings they have us in are amazing. Actually apartments and I love it!!! I don’t feel jailed. The recovery process here is very nice , there is weekly assignments that are based around the 12 steps. On top of working the 12 steps. I think this is the best recovery around by far
This place has been life changing for me. I am grateful for the staff and my new family there.
This place saved my boyfriend and gave him a chance when no when else would. With the opportunity they provided he not only got sober but hes stayed sober ever since as well as learned life lessons that will stay with him the rest of his life
This place is awesome ! They give anyone a chance at a better life no matter what obstacle as long as they honestly want to get sober.
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About Our Cincinnati Location
Sober Living America in Cincinnati, OH offers drug and alcohol addiction programs and support for families and individuals. Our faith-based programs will equip you to succeed in your recovery and lead a drug and alcohol free life. SLA can help give you a fresh start.
Our SLA Cincinnati program offers recovery education, job assistance, transitional housing, transportation services, and Peer to Peer Recovery support. Our resources are available to clients regardless of their ability to pay. Recovery can and does happen. If you are tired of living with lies, lost relationships, lost employment, and scrambling for money to feed your addiction, contact us today for help. You will never be alone with our Cincinnati Sober Living community standing with you.
What Makes Us Different?
Sober Living America is an action program. SLA environments are not isolated. We encourage our Cincinnati residents to interact with others. They may come and go as they please, utilizing the new life skills they have developed in the program. This independence allows recovering addicts to ease back into real life situations.
I am in Sober Living America in Columbia. I am really grateful to be here and the opportunity that has been given to me to turn my life around and to control my alcoholism.
Affordable Drug & Alcohol Addiction Program in Cincinnati
Many clients come to us with little money, no job, and no transportation. Regardless of your finances, SLA Cincinnati is committed to helping clients live a better life. We can do same day admissions. Our affordable services include:
How Can We Help Your Path to Recovery?
We’ve helped more than 100,000 addicts recover. Addiction is incredibly difficult. It ruins relationships and robs you of accomplishing things that are important to you. At Sober Living America in Cincinnati, we give you the recovery skills you need to succeed. Our safe, supportive environment will help you move from a life of addiction and disappointment to a new life without substance abuse.
|Sober Living America
|Apartment Style Living with Roommates
|Peer to Peer Recovery
|Same Day Admission
|No Funds Needed for Admission
|Freedom to Work
|AA/NA Meetings - Onsite
|AA/NA Meetings - Offsite
|Real World Experiences
|Life Skills Classes
|AA Big Book Meetings
|AA 12 Step Studies
|$800 mo. ($1,890 - Pinnacle Program)
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100% goes to those in need
Because the Residents we serve cover the operating cost, 100% of your donation will go to open sober living facilities to serve families and stop the addiction epidemic in your community.
SLA believes that real change has to start on a community level. To help fight the addiction epidemic in our homes, we must begin with educating our children, doctors, and schools about the signs of addiction.