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Sober Living America’s vision is to serve people seeking help with addiction, regardless of their financial situation. When a loved one asks for help, we believe they should get it today!

About Our Columbus Location

Sober Living America in Columbus, Ohio is devoted to assisting those residing in or near Franklin County, Ohio with seeking recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.

Sober Living America offers affordable support to people dealing with drug and alcohol addiction and is proud to offer transitional housing with support services that extend beyond traditional drug and alcohol rehab programs.

Our transitional living programs are a great alternative to traditional rehabs because they are multifaceted and help people tackle their addiction from various angles. At Sober Living America we provide more than a place to live and are dedicated to helping our residents live and maintain a sober lifestyle. Our drug and alcohol recovery programs are successful because they provide more than a safe place to live. Our program also includes an effective work development program that assists residents with career development while equipping them with the life skills necessary to succeed.

If you or a loved one is ready to begin a new chapter of your life that is free from drugs and alcohol, Sober Living America in Columbus can assist. All you have to do is make the call!

Why Sober Living America?

It is often hard for people to transition from a drug or alcohol rehab to the “real world”, which is why Sober Living America offers a unique sober living program that focuses on long-term recovery. Our transitional programs serve as a bridge between addiction and the rest of your life ahead.

Sober Living America is a sober living community where you will be given the tools to succeed in recovery while easing into your new life in a supportive and drug free environment.

Our Affordable Drug & Alcohol Recovery Program in Columbus

One of the best things about our Columbus area addiction recovery program for drugs and alcohol is that it is affordable! Regardless of your financial situation, Sober Living America is here to help!

Programs offered through Sober Living America include transitional housing where apartment style living with roommates provide peer to peer support. We also provide transportation services that will help you get to AA/NA meetings, work, church and the store. Recovery education is also a large part of our program because SLA is dedicated to making sure you have FUN while in recovery. In addition, we are extremely proud of our career development (or jobs program) where we work with you and local staffing companies to help you find a job so you can get back on your feet.

If you or someone close to you lives in or near Columbus, OH and is looking for an affordable addiction recovery program for drugs and alcohol, reach out to Sober Living America today! We are here to help!

Our Services – How We Help

Apartment Style Roommate Living. Roommates are key! Peer to peer support is key to recovery.
We will teach you how to have FUN in Recovery. Heck – if it’s not fun, then I don’t want to do it either.
Career Development
SLA connects you with employers who provide valuable work experience. Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life.
Transportation Services
With Sober Living America, our new fleet of vans help you get to work, AA/NA meetings, church, and the store.
Benefits of Sober Living’s Addiction Program
Services Offered Sober Living America
Housing Apartment Style Living with Roommates
Peer to Peer Recovery
Same Day Admission
No Funds Needed for Admission
Long-Term Programs
Career Development
Freedom to Work
Transportation Services
AA/NA Meetings - Onsite
AA/NA Meetings - Offsite
Licensed Counseling (In-House Program)
Real World Experiences
Life Skills Classes
Relapse Prevention
Spiritual Development
AA Big Book Meetings
AA 12 Step Studies
Monthly Cost $800 mo. ($1,890 - Pinnacle Program)

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