Sober Living for Men

“Keep it Simple!” is a part of Cumberland Heights Foundation, and encourages resident participation in aftercare meetings, community involvement, and sober activities with recovering people

“Keep it Simple!” is a part of Cumberland Heights Foundation, and encourages resident participation in aftercare meetings, community involvement, and sober activities with recovering people. All Cumberland Heights settings are quality environments serving only up to 8 residents in desirable neighborhoods within minutes of an outpatient center – which is not mandatory but is available.

Professional staff with years of their own personal recovery work with the residents seven days a week. Residents practice giving back to the community by taking their recovery into work, school, and family.

Key Offerings

  • In-house AA groups supported by local men in recovery
  • Weekly individual accountability sessions with staff
  • Ongoing peer support groups on lifeskills like budgeting, coping skills, and recovery tools
  • May work, go to school, or IOP

Who’s ready for “Keep it Simple!”

Men who have completed a primary addictions treatment program who

  • Are fully detoxed from alcohol and drugs and not presently on maintenance medications
  • Are committed to a lifestyle free from alcohol and drugs
  • Can commit to practicing 12-step recovery through meetings and sponsorship

 

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FOR A CONFIDENTIAL ADMISSIONS ASSESSMENT

If you or a loved one would like to speak directly with one of our licensed admissions staff, please call us now at (800) 646-9998 or submit the following information. If outside business hours, we will get back to you the following day.

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Why is it so meaningful to give to Cumberland Heights?

Your gift to Cumberland Heights through our annual and capital initiates gives immediate support to patients and their families. To make a longer term impact a gift to the endowment fund will provide patient assistance funding for years to come.

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