Sober Living Homes and Transitional Halfway 3/4 Housing in Nevada

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Reviews and information on sober living recovery homes in Nevada

 

The State of Nevada happens to be a rapidly growing market when it comes to residential recovery services like sober living homes and transitional aftercare housing.  One of the unique qualities this region offers is its higher level of affordablity.  In fact, those in need of most addiction/alcoholism recovery services, whether it's sober living housing or even higher care services like residential treatment, outpatient, therapy and so on, are often times able to get more for their money in regions like Nevada, Las Vegas, Reno, etc.  Even the higher-end, executive-type sober livings have been known to charge surprisingly low monthly or weekly rates.

It goes without saying that Las Vegas and surrounding areas like Henderson, Paradise and Spring Valley offer the most amount of options for those seeking a sober living home similar type transitional housing residence.  Prices in these areas can range quite a bit but it isn't uncommon to see such facilities charging as little as $150 per week.  A word of caution however, Las Vegas (and Nevada in general) is one of those areas ntionwide that has seen recent rise in lower-end sober homes that are often referred to as "flop houses."  Such locations typically have little or no structure and tend to be overly lenient on rule violations and consequences, especially when it comes to relapse!  This of course can greatly jeopardize the integrity of the environment as well as the individual sobriety of others living in the same house.  We would definitely urge you to search the web for reviews and complaints prior to choosing a sober living or recovery home.

Reviews on transitional sober living recovery homes in NevadaIt's always a good idea to compile a list of important questions to ask prior to making any phone calls.  There is always going to be those few things that are critically important to you.  Each sober living home has its own rules and standards, some of which may conflict with your specific needs.  Maybe, for instance, your hours at work would mean that you come home after curfew (some homes are more lenient than others) and therefore you'd either need to either find a new job or move into a different sober living. Or maybe you have family responsibilities that force you to spend one or two nights a week at a different location (most sober locations won't allow that initially).  Here are some common question to ask the manager/owner prior to making a decision:

  • How structured is the sober living residence? For instance, are there any mandatory in-house meetings, curfews, sponsorship requirements, overnight absence restrictions, etc?
  • Is 12-Step meeting attendance required, and if so then how many per week?
  • Can you have visitors at the house and what are the visting hours
  • What does the monthly cost include?
  • What types of recovery support groups are in the immediate vicinity?
  • What is their relapse policy?


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Carson City

Henderson

Las Vegas

 

NEW VISTA RECOVERY RESIDENCES

Las Vegas & Henderson

(702) 834-4307

www.newvistarecovery.com


SUBMITTED ON: 08/20/2014

SUBMITTED BY: Karin M.

FROM: Los Angeles, CA

ENTERED SOBER LIVING FOR: Drug and alcohol addiction

LEVEL OF STRUCTURE (min/med/high): Medium

LENGTH OF STAY: 3 weeks so far

OVERALL EXPERIENCE (1-5): 5

COMMENTS:

I recently met Stacey (the head person) and moved into New Vista Recovery.  I was previously living at a different sober living in the area and it was complete trash, not to mention that they would literally let anyone relapse and continue living there so long as they paid the rent.  My experience so far at New Vista has been amazing, first of all I can't believe how beautiful the inside of the residence is considering I'm only paying $800 per month.  The structure is perfect and the people are awesome!  This is the type of transitional environment that makes you want to stay sober and I love that!!!

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Reno

Sparks