Loyola Sober Living House

The first step towards independent sober living at Loyola Sober Living House for men.

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Transitioning to a sober living home means you will recieve a high level of support.

Transitioning from inpatient treatment to the reality of everyday life is very difficult. Because of this being in a structured, sober living house while you start your journey is important. Developing skills for long-term sobriety is easier with this kind of support. Some residents will need more support than others. Our Loyola Sober Living House offers a deeper set of resources than our Marywood Sober Living House. We help you develop needed life-skills on your path to sobriety and life-long sober living.


Recovery Coaching is about mentoring, guiding and learning new ways of healthy living. Recovery is often about past struggles and old stories. Our Certified Recovery Coach helps residents to walk through these struggles. Together, in our Loyola Sober Living Home, they create a strategy for successful sober living.


True responsibility is possible only with solid life skills. At Loyola Sober Living House, our classes focus on living a responsible, accountable life. We teach topics such as health and fitness, nutrition and financial responsibility. Goal setting, meal preparation and etiquette also create a firm foundation for sober living.


Economic independence, self-esteem, self-efficacy, and social re-integration into society predict success in recovery. As such, the role of employment in addiction treatment is critical. Higher Plane Sober Living requires residents to work or attend school for 20 hours each week. If they are searching for employment they will do active volunteer work. This begins within two weeks of move-in.


Different people need different levels of support. Our goal is to provide the support you need for sober living. Our relationships in the industry allow us to confidentially and discreetly refer specialists. We have the resources to direct you to the help that you need to continue your new life of recovery and sober living.

Learn about our sober living admissions process.