GPS Sober Living

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Recovery In A Real Life Setting

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Bridging The Gap

From Treatment to Real-Life Recovery

Transitioning from residential treatment back into everyday life can be a daunting experience, both for the individual and their loved ones. The absence of a one-size-fits-all approach makes this journey even more challenging. At GPS Recovery, we aim to collaboratively work with residents and their families to effectively bridge this gap. Our philosophy is rooted in providing personalized care that encompasses support, structure, and guidance within real-life settings. We believe this approach is key to not just transitioning back into daily life but also in laying a strong foundation for long-term recovery.

Where Healing Begins

A Comfortable Place To Recover

At GPS Recovery, you're not just working on getting back on track; you're also learning how to enjoy life sober. We believe recovery should involve more than just structured routines. It's about rediscovering fun, engaging in new hobbies, and building a lifestyle that supports sobriety. Our program is designed to make the journey enjoyable and fulfilling, setting the foundation for a balanced, rewarding life in recovery.

Our philosophy is best communicated by the ideas described by David Beat and Alexandre Laudat:

"The essence of recovery is a lived experience of improved life quality and a sense of empowerment; those principles of recovery focus on the central ideas of hope, choice, freedom, and aspiration that are experienced rather than diagnosed and occur in real life settings rather than in the rarified atmosphere of clinical settings. Recovery is a process rather than an end state, with the goal being an ongoing quest for a better life." 

Recovery In a real life setting

Support, Structure, Service

Our program, anchored in the principles of Support, Structure, and Service, offers residents the tools to build a strong foundation in their early recovery journey, setting the stage for long-term success. These core elements empower residents to learn, evolve, and take charge of their own recovery, which is crucial for long-term sobriety. Drawing from our extensive experience and aligned with our philosophy, we guide residents in applying these recovery skills in real-life settings. This approach ensures they are well-equipped to maintain their sobriety and encourages you to reach out to us for a supportive path towards a clean, empowered future.


Our support stems from the vibrant community and culture developed in each residence, propelling residents toward a positive direction in recovery and life. In this collaborative environment, we emphasize the importance of a strong support system, crucial for facing post-treatment challenges and securing long-term recovery. The ultimate goal is to show residents that a new, fulfilling life is within their reach.


STRUCTURE SAVES LIVES.  In our program, we believe in structure and accountability.  Our goal is to help our clients live structured lives on a day-to-day basis. This supportive structure is key to personal growth and reinvention, providing a solid framework within which residents can explore and develop their potential, ultimately leading to profound and lasting change in their lives.


At GPS Recovery, our approach to service emphasizes the value of giving back and guiding newer residents. Seasoned residents who have demonstrated a robust foundation in their recovery process are encouraged to contribute positively to our house culture. They take on roles like leading house meetings, organizing meals and activities, and most importantly, mentoring new members. 

The Numbers Don't Lie

Sober living provides a supportive community and structured environment that bridges the gap between rehab and everyday life, helping you build a strong foundation for lasting sobriety.


Studies indicate that rehabilitation treatment, when undertaken in isolation, has a success rate of only 3-7% for maintaining sobriety over the span of one year.


The criticality of the first 90 days post-treatment is emphasized by experts, who note that the surrounding environment is the most significant factor in successful recovery during this period.


Individuals residing in high-quality sober living homes for a duration of 12 months or more show a success rate exceeding 75% for maintaining sobriety for over ten years.

Benefits of Sober Living?

Sober living provides a crucial stepping stone in the recovery process, offering a supportive environment, peer camaraderie, and the structure needed to cultivate a sustainable, sober lifestyle.


Provides Stability: It offers a stable, substance-free environment crucial for early recovery.


Builds Community: Residents are surrounded by peers who share similar recovery goals, fostering a sense of community and support.


Promotes Responsibility: Encourages residents to develop responsibility and self-care skills in a structured setting.


Bridges Transition: Acts as a transitional phase between intensive treatment and returning to everyday life, helping residents adjust more effectively.


Reduces Relapse Risk: By maintaining a substance-free environment and providing support, it significantly lowers the risk of relapse.


Holistic Development: Focuses on overall well-being, including physical health, emotional balance, and social skills.


Accountability: Encourages accountability through rules, regular meetings, and drug testing.


and so much more....

"I moved into GPS Recovery after Thanksgiving in 2023. Chris and Chuck quickly took me under their wing. I gained not only structure but one of the most amazing support systems I’ve ever had. Chris, Chuck, and my housemates supported me as I became transparent, honest, and humble person integrity. My relationships with family, parents, sister, son, girlfriend, all got tremendously better. I was able to gain trust back my parents and restart an amazing with them. If it wasn’t for GPS Recovery I wouldn’t where I am today. I put in a lot of work myself but having that extra support and love is what makes it count the most!"
Former Resident

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