Sober Living in Oklahoma: Choose Resurgence

It is important for many people who have chosen to quit using drugs and alcohol to relocate to a sober living home. These are places with high expectations, and structured rules and requirements, like:

  • Curfews
  • Mandatory drug testing
  • Participating in house chores and house meetings
  • On-time fee payments
  • Active participation in recovery meetings and programs
  • Involvement in either work, school, or an outpatient program
  • No drugs, alcohol, or overnight guests

Although it may seem strict, these homes are designed to provide the best possible environment to support sobriety as you transition back into your normal life after being in the best rehab in Oklahoma.

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Benefits of Sober Living with Resurgence

A sober living home will provide you with a good combination of the freedom you need to begin transitioning back into your life, along with structure and rules to keep you on track in your sobriety. In this sober and supportive environment, you will find help with things like gaining employment, finding housing after treatment is over, and finding the right groups for peer support that works for you.
Sober living homes are all different, and you will be able to choose between places that offer options like:

  • 24-hour medical care
  • Psychiatric nurses
  • Strict or lax rules
  • Clinical social workers
  • Peer support groups

These homes can help you readjust to the stresses of daily life that would normally trigger you and cause a relapse, and they provide the continued emotional and mental health support you need, alongside medical follow-ups and MAT treatment for continued physical wellness.

Why Choose Resurgence for Sober Living in Oklahoma?

At Resurgence, we offer continued support, counseling, and therapy through our outpatient and alumni programs that work together with sober living residences to provide you with the structured care you need as you continue down the road to recovery.
Our options for outpatient rehab in Oklahoma City include:

  • The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – this is a day program in which you attend one-on-one, group and family therapy, counseling, with medical care and dual diagnosis treatments for a minimum of six hours per day, five to seven days per week
  • The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – is a more flexible outpatient option for those who want to return to work or school, or have other commitments they have to take care of during the day. IOPs allow you the time to care for your family, live a normal life, and schedule your treatments in a way that will best suit you.
  • Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program – At some Resurgence locations, there is an option to join a virtual IOP, in which therapy and counseling happen via a special telehealth platform online, best for somebody who traveled out of town for inpatient rehab and wants to continue seeing the same therapists after moving back home.
  • Continuing Care Programs – These are programs tailored to those who have completed their PHP and IOP treatments, and still want a connection to the support and care we provide at our inpatient centers. There are weekly treatment sessions, and you can remain in continuing care for as long as you wish. The longer you spend in treatment, the less likely it is that you will relapse in the future.
  • The Alumni Program – We have a large group of voluntary alumni who host frequent get-togethers, events, meetings, and reunions, all to foster an environment of support, help, healing, and growth while creating opportunities to forge sober friendships and to get out and do something fun without the use of drugs or alcohol.

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Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Women’s Sober Living Oklahoma

At Resurgence, we recognize that every person has had unique life experiences, difficulties, and trauma, but there is truth in the statement that women, as a group, face specific gender-based issues that men do not. Childcare, abuse, and various forms of trauma need to be addressed in specific ways, and the overall worldviews of men vs women are different in many aspects.

Some benefits of staying in a women’s only sober living home include:

  • Being acknowledged and listened to about your needs, pain, and trauma, without being silenced, ignored, or having your issue deemed a “woman’s issue”
  • Living within an environment that promotes the empowerment of women
  • Gaining skills and tools needed to live independently as a woman
  • Living somewhere free of gender stereotyping and sexual harassment
  • Having the ability to relate to other women about life and issues many women face in the world
  • Feeling more free to express emotion and gain new connections with other women in similar situations to you
  • Being able to address gender-specific stigmas and labels associated with women and addiction
  • Some women will feel safer without having men in the home with them and their children

Men’s Sober Living Oklahoma

Men also face specific issues during recovery that can better be addressed in a men’s only environment. Some benefits of staying in a men’s only sober living home include:

  • The ability to build a network of peers and form social bonds with other sober men without drinking or using drugs
  • Working with other men to learn about building positive relationships and friendships, and deal with emotional issues and trauma from a male perspective
  • Talking about addiction issues that some men may not feel comfortable discussing in front of women, like mental health, sexuality, physical health, violence, and crime
  • Working with other men to combat the stigma around drug use and alcoholism, including perceptions of “weakness” and “unmanliness” around losing control of their lives due to substance use
  • Having fewer distractions around, creating an environment focused on recovery and healing
  • Being around other men who have been through the difficult early days of recovery, where violent outbursts and compulsive behaviors are common, and keeping other populations separated due to safety concerns during this time

Addiction can affect a person of any gender or background, and at Resurgence, we will help you choose a sober living home that will best suit your needs as you work through our outpatient and aftercare programs. Contact us today to find out more about sober living homes in your area, and what they offer in your community.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.