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About Us

Carla Vista Sober Living provides a safe and sober environment free from drugs and alcohol based on the 12 steps of recovery. We provide comfortable housing that anyone would call home where genuine life-long friendship are created. The key to success is in a structured program with support from people that understand. You can do it. Your life is waiting.

Our Homes

When we chose our Carla Vista Sober Living Homes, we made sure that they were places anyone would want to call home. We closed 2017 with over 25 homes in Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada & Texas. We offer a safe, comfortable, and beautiful environment for you to work on your recovery, reclaim your life, and rediscover your dreams.

Amenities

  • Fully furnished living and dining rooms
  • Fully furnished bedrooms
  • Bedroom linens and bathroom towels
  • Fully-stocked kitchen
  • Cable television and DVD player
  • Wi-fi internet access
  • House computer
  • House telephone with local calls included
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Barbeque
  • Outdoor patio
  • Storage and parking
  • FREE gym membership to current residents in Arizona and Nebraska

Admission Requirements

  • Resident must be at least 18 years-old
  • Pass move-in background screening, breathalizer and drug testing
  • Daily house chores
  • Full-time employment, school, or volunteer work
  • Two weekly mandatory house meetings
  • Two weekly mandatory house 12-step meetings
  • 12-step home group
  • Sponsor in a 12-step program
  • Daily 12-step meeting attendance
  • Service commitment within 12-step home group
  • Random and scheduled breathalizer and drug testing

If you have completed the drug or alcohol rehabilitation process, then you are ready to transition to a new environment. However, many recovering addicts revert back to their former behavior quickly. When you want to avoid this problem, sober living in Nebraska is an excellent way to adjust to living independently. A sober or halfway living house is a place to live for a few more months while you continue to overcome mental cravings for illegal substances. Here are the benefits from sober living in Omaha halfway houses.

Requirements of Carla Vista Sober Living

Finding a Job

If you were living on the streets before beginning your rehabilitation program, then you won’t have a job when you leave the treatment facility. Fortunately, at Carla Vista Sober Living in Omaha, you can live in a safe environment while you prepare a resume and begin to look for a job.

Attending 12 Step Meetings

Our Carla Vista Sober Living Home in Omaha requires all of our residents to attend 12 Step Meetings regularly. We require this so that our residents get a little extra push to be in those meetings, helping them to get sober once and for all.

Benefits of Living in our Omaha Sober Living Home

Daily Access To Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

It is important to continue attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings so that you can follow the 12-steps of recovery from addiction. In a halfway house, you will have daily meetings with your housemates, and you may also learn more about the meetings that are available in your geographic region.

Learning Daily Living Skills

When you grew up in a dysfunctional environment that led to substance abuse, you may not understand essential daily living skills. In our Omaha sober living home, you will have responsibilities such as helping to keep it clean or preparing meals.

Keeping You Away From Bad Influences

It isn’t a good idea to return to your previous environment because you will continue to associate with the same group of people. If you can transition to sober living in Omaha away from an old neighborhood, then you are more likely to have continual success with your sobriety.

Understanding How To Get Along With Housemates

By seeking sober living in Nebraska, you are living in a home with other housemates, and this can teach you how to get along with other people. When you are ready to leave a halfway house, you will probably need to live with roommates in an apartment, but the skills that you learn about negotiating are helpful for overcoming any problems.

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