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About Our Newnan Location
Sober Living America in Newnan, GA offers premier drug and alcohol recovery programs, career development and transitional housing for people living near Newnan, Peachtree City, Palmetto and other surrounding areas in Georgia.
If you are suffering from the disease of addiction, please know that you are not alone. Sober Living America in Newnan is committed to helping you live a better life free of addiction. Our Southwest Atlanta location helps guide you on your path to recovery from drugs and alcohol. Contact us and we will get you into safe housing, spiritual education, life skills courses, and offer transportation services.
We are committed to not only helping you further your education, but involve you in our work development program which includes career guidance, job readiness, on-the-job training, and job placement.
What makes us different?
Sober living occurs in drug-free residences, where you can live, go to work, attend school, and interact with friends and family.
Affordable Drug & Alcohol Recovery Program in Newnan
With support from Sober Living America in Newnan, you can begin to lead a better life. We give you the tools and resources 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||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.