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About Our Duluth Location
Sober Living America in Duluth, GA is conveniently located in Gwinnett County, near Lake Lanier and close to Atlanta. Our Duluth facility offers premier drug and alcohol recovery courses, career development programs and transitional housing for people living near Duluth, Georgia seeking support while recovering from addiction.
If you are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, please know that you are not alone. We urge you to seek help, because there is hope and cou can have a better life!
Sober Living America in Duluth is committed to helping you build a new life free from drugs and alcohol. Our Northeast Atlanta location helps prepare you with the education and skills to succeed after an addition problem. Together we can help you on your path to recovery.
Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Duluth
With our support, you can begin to live a better life. Sober Living America in Duluth works with you to develop the tools and skills you need to live a sober life and to succeed after addiction. Our compassionate professionals are committed to helping you and we offer the following resources:
Our Services – How We Help
|Services Offered||Standard Treatment||Sober Living America|
|Housing||Institutional Housing 30-60-day Lockdown||Apartment Style Living with Roommates|
|Peer to Peer Recovery|
|Same Day Admission||Limited|
|Funds Required for Admission|
|Freedom to Work|
|AA/NA Meetings - Onsite|
|AA/NA Meetings - Offsite|
|Licensed Counseling||(In-House Program)|
|Real World Experiences|
|Life Skills Classes||Limited|
|AA Big Book Meetings|
|AA 12 Step Studies|
|Monthly Cost||$35,000 mo.||$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.