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About Our Columbia Location
Sober Living America in Columbia, South Carolina provides drug and alcohol addiction support to people near Richland County. We are committed to help you live a life of sobriety, as well as gain the skills and education necessary to continue to be successful.
We want you to know there is hope, and we provide non-judgmental support to aid in your recovery. If you or a loved one living near Columbia want to begin a new life free from drugs and alcohol, contact us and we will get you in a healthy and supportive environment.
What makes us different?
A sober living home serves as a bridge to the “real world.”
Sober living offers an in-between recovery option that allows you to reinforce the lessons you learned in the program
Affordable Drug & Alcohol Recovery Program in Columbia
Receive the skills, education and support to recover from the disease of addiction at Sober Living America in Columbia, South Carolina. We are here to help guide you through recovery through peer-to-peer programs, spiritual education, career development and more. Regardless of your financial situation, Sober Living America in Columbia is committed to helping you live a better life! Our addiction programs consist of:
Our Services – How We Help
|Services Offered||Sober Living America|
|Housing||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|
|Licensed Counseling||(In-House Program)|
|Real World Experiences|
|Life Skills Classes|
|AA Big Book Meetings|
|AA 12 Step Studies|
|Monthly Cost||$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.