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Future
Residents

At Philadelphia Recovery Residences we are committed to providing a safe and structured sober living environment to help men transition to a healthy, and productive life.

(215) 792-3299

Top Rated Philadelphia Sober Living Home
5 Years In a Row.

Take the First Step - Begin Your Journey

Philosophy
Working towards a healthy mind, body & spirit by
  • Reading recovery literature or self help books
  • Calling your sponsor daily
  • Taking personal inventory
  • Exercising
  • Healthy sleeping patterns
  • Routine Doctors Appointments
  • Praying/Meditation
  • Helping Others
Our Service
  • A Safe and Secure environment
  • Weekly community house meetings
  • Gender specific housing
  • Relapse Prevention Workshops
  • Job Search Assistance & Resume Building
  • Accessible to Public Transportation
  • Living Skills Workshops (build self-esteem, accountability, self discipline etc.)
  • Application for state Assistance
  • Resume Building
  • Assist in job search
  • Transportation to AA/NA meetings
Our Home
  • Fully furnished houses
  • Bedrooms complete with fresh linens and towels
  • Flat screen HD TV's
  • Hi-Speed wireless internet
  • Washer and Dryer
  • Kitchens stocked with all necessities (Pots, pans, dishes, silverware etc.)
  • Walking distance to all professional sporting events
  • 1 Mile From Downtown Philadelphia

Breaking The Cycle
of Addiction

To break the vicious cycle of alcohol and drug addiction a person should have a lot of support. Usually inpatient detoxification and residential treatment is preferred before an individual enters a recovery house. We recommend a minimum of 30 days of inpatient rehabilitation before entering a structured sober living environment.  Studies indicate long term treatment paired with the peer support of a recovery house gives a person the best chance at maintaining sobriety for many years to come. Most residents at our recovery houses will often continue treatment with intensive outpatient (IOP) or outpatient (OP) provider while maintaining abstinence from drugs or alcohol.

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