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.
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.
- 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
- Outdoor patio
- Storage and parking
- FREE gym membership to current residents in Arizona and Nebraska
- 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
St. Louis, Missouri is dealing with several drug epidemics right now, with a rise in methamphetamine and cocaine use, as well as an increase in the number of opioids being prescribed every year. These issues have led to a surge in the number of patients visiting St. Louis sober living homes, including our very own facility.
Sober living homes like these are an essential weapon in the fight against addiction and are helping thousands of addicts to get their lives back on track.
Missouri Sober Living
The opioid epidemic is in the spotlight right now and contributing to a significant number of deaths in the United States. This is also true of Missouri, where hundreds of people die every year as a result of opioid and heroin overdoses. However, opioid overdose deaths are nearly 3x higher across the United States than they are in Missouri, and while there has been an increase in deaths relating to the synthetic opioid fentanyl, the rate of prescription opioid and heroin deaths has remained steady.
Missouri hasn’t escaped the addiction epidemic though. Doctors in Missouri are writing around 50% more opioid prescriptions than the national average, and there is also a big issue with methamphetamine abuse. Missouri has a reputation for being one of the biggest meth states in the country and for many years there were more meth labs per capita in this state than anywhere else.
There have been moves to change this in recent years, including limiting the sale of a common ingredient used to make household meth, but this state is still hooked on the stimulant. The only difference is that it now relies on meth shipped in from Mexico, where it is produced in large-scale factories and then trafficked across the border.
These factories operate with relative impunity and they are owned by global crime syndicates, which means they produce far more meth than Missouri home cooks could ever make. In many ways, the meth issue in Missouri is worse than ever, with drug experts in the state describing it as their biggest threat, even in the midst of the opioid crisis.
Missouri also has issues with alcohol abuse, which is something that can be seen across the United States, and something that deserves just as much attention as meth and opioid abuse.
Our Missouri sober living homes were created to help combat the spread of meth, opioid and alcohol addiction in The Show Me State, helping addicts on their journey toward sobriety and instilling a sense of belief and hope in their friends and family. We work with all kinds of addictions and treat everyone the same. So, whether you’re addicted to meth, cocaine, opioids, alcohol or cannabis, you can receive dedicated, around-the-clock care in one of our Missouri sober living homes.
Sober Living in St. Louis
Drug addiction affects all demographics, from the poorest of the poor to the richest of the rich, but in St. Louis it seems that men between the ages of 25 and 45 are the most at risk of developing serious addictions. They are more likely to be jobless and homeless, and they are also a high risk for mental illness and suicide.
At our Carla Vista Missouri sober living facilities we provide assistance for people in these circumstances, people who feel like they have nowhere else to turn. We have a team of dedicated and experienced staff members who can help them around the clock, ensuring they stay sober, happy and healthy on the road to recovery.
All participants are put through their paces in a 12-step program that has proven to be the most effective way to combat addiction. They are also encouraged to socialize with other recovering addicts, building a network of friends that can provide support and encouragement.
Regardless of your age, sex, or history of drug use, if you are addicted and need help then contact one of our addiction specialists today. We can arrange a place at our St. Louis sober living home, or another Missouri sober living facility, and help you begin a journey that ends with sobriety.