After the orientation period at our sober living homes in NH, guests will begin to set out into the city and use the employment and vocational skills established earlier in their stay at our sober living homes. After acquiring jobs or schooling, they will begin to create healthy routines through the schedule and curfews of the Live Free Structured Sober Living program. Continual practice of the 12 steps is the central focus here, for these are the tools that will help grow all areas of life.
We support Medicated Assisted Treatment while doing your steps. We want you to start your journey anyway possible and have a goal of abstinence-based recovery. While that is not required and you can move at your own comfort level. We want you to succeed in life and sobriety without judgment of your path.
Men and women early in addiction recovery can begin to become distracted by less important details, and their personal recoveries from addiction can begin to lose their importance. Therefore, we hold our sober living guests accountable for the actions they take in recovery. Pointing out what is working and identifying what is not working. This allows each guest to have an individualized addiction recovery plan. Peer to peer interaction is vital to the community here at Live Free Structured Sober Living. The men and women of the sober living program help newer members adjust to their new surroundings and provide additional direction to make the transition more comfortable.
A connection is the antithesis of addiction and we believe having a strong sober living community.