Nebraska Sober Living

Carla Vista Sober Living Nebraska offers a bridge between your stay in an addiction recovery facility and your return home. All too often, victims of substance abuse aren’t ready for an immediate transition back to their normal environment. While the goal is for everyone to come back home to walk the path of sober living, it is difficult. Going home means taking on pressure. You have obligations and responsibilities. You may find yourself surrounded by negative influences. It’s difficult when you are bombarded with so many challenges as soon as you leave the supportive environment of a rehabilitation center. Our Sober Living Home in Nebraska gives you the opportunity to catch your breath.

Get the Time You Need to Prepare Yourself for the New Normal

It’s been a long time since you were the person you used to be before substance abuse changed your life. Your addiction recovery program provided you with detox and therapy in order to put that dark time behind you. You learned coping skills to help you adjust on the outside world. However, tossing you back into your previous environment, the stress of work, and taking care of others could be too much. You don’t want to put your hard-earned sobriety at risk. When you choose Carla Vista Sober Living in Nebraska you will live in a group setting with other individuals who have suffered from addiction. You will all be working toward the same goal. You want a successful, enduring recovery.

How Does Sober Living Work?

Sober living in Nebraska involves moving into a home with other individuals who are recovering from addiction. You will have a structured environment in which everyone is expected to perform household chores. No alcohol or drugs will be tolerated. You will take part in support group meetings. You will be allowed to go out and work at your job, but will be expected to return to your sober living home by a certain time. There are house rules. You will be expected to abide by them while you stay. You need to remember that this is a team effort to support you on your journey to recovery.

How Can Sober Living Help You on Road to Recovery?

Sober living Nebraska helps you to become stronger in your resolve to say no to substance abuse. The longer manage to stay clean and sober, the more likely your sobriety will last. You will benefit from the support that is provided for you by staff members and other individuals recovering from addiction. Support meetings will remind you that you are not alone, you are not the only one who is facing the challenges of recovery, and you can speak openly about your challenges. Sober living offers you a safe haven where you can leave your addiction outside the door.

Prepare Yourself for the Journey Home

As you regain your health, your peace of mind, and change your perspective while in addiction recovery, sober living will solidify your efforts. You’ll be on the right track to come back home. You’ll be ready to be with your family and friends as you find your way back to yourself. Sober living Nebraska can help you to win your freedom from addiction.

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Recently Sober Graduates

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…the best choice I’ve made in recovery

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Sober living has given me a solid foundation on how to live

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I feel like I have a chance to succeed because I’ve been shown a way to live honestly

Resident, Male

…Carla Vista has saved my life…the fellowship you find in these houses is like nowhere else.

Resident, Male

“I feel like I have a chance to succeed because I’ve been shown a way to live honestly”

Resident, Male

“Sober living has given me a solid foundation on how to live”



We know you because every single one of us has walked in your shoes. While you’re walking your path, we’ll be with you every step of the way to give you the tools to live a self-sufficient, drug- and alcohol-free life. Recover yourself. Reclaim your life. Rediscover your dreams. Come home to Carla Vista.

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