At any sober living home, it’s important to provide resources for your residents that will help lead them to live a successful life sober after they leave your community. At Monroe Street Housing, we keep this in mind. That is why we provide a wide variety of resources.
Sober living homes in general, are very resourceful. As a result, there are many benefits to attending one. While many sober living facilities are separated by gender, Monroe Housing offers sober living homes for men and women.
To fully understand the resources available for people in recovery at Monroe Street Housing, you must first understand the benefits and resources that all sober living homes tend to entail. Then, not only will you gain a better appreciation for sober living homes in general, but you’ll also gain a better appreciation for the sober living homes that Monroe Street Housing provides.
RESOURCES OFFERED SPECIFICALLY AT MONROE STREET HOUSING
While there are many benefits that are common throughout many sober housing communities, make no mistake that the vibe and resources provided at each sober housing facility is different from the next. Therefore it’s important to pick the sober housing community whose resources best cater to your needs and wants.
24/7 MEDICAL AND CLINICAL SERVICES
One resource that Monroe Street Housing specifically offers as a sober housing community is 24/7 medical and clinical services. These services are particularly beneficial to members that just finished medication-assisted treatment. This is because their medications are locked away and in constant medical supervision.
VISIBLE RECOVERY ALUMNI PROGRAM
Another resource that Monroe Street Housing offers is an alumni association. The name of this alumni association is Visible Recovery. If you leave Monroe Housing and become a member of Visible Recovery, you’ll meet up with other fellow former Monroe Housing residents in real-world social spaces throughout central Indiana. Therefore, you will visibly exhibit your recovery in the real world. Hence, the title of the Monroe Housing Alumni Program.
SPIRIT-CENTRIC 12-STEP PROGRAMS
At Monroe Housing our programs are 12-step-focused. Therefore, all our programs and support groups utilize beliefs and actions that awaken and treat the spirit. This means that we utilize moral and spiritual practices. Examples of these include meditation, looking towards a higher power, and practicing gratitude. By having support groups that are spirit-focused we aim to treat the mind, body, and soul of addiction. Doing so will lead to long-term sobriety.
2-PHASED SYSTEM TREATMENT
The treatment programs at Monroe Housing are 2 phased. This means that our members must go through multiple steps to complete all of our programs. By providing a 2 phased system program, we are ensuring that our members are doing everything that they can while in the transition to lead successful sober lives later on in the real world.
At Monroe Street Housing, we provide education services for all of our members through vocational training. Vocational training is an education that will provide you with skills that you can use to obtain a job or perform a practical service in the real world. By providing vocational training, we are increasing the chances that you will find work during or after your stay at our facility.
We offer transportation to interviews for our members who need it. This can help you in your job hunt. We also offer transportation services to local meetings.
We provide meals for our members. This means less cooking that you have to do. We also make sure that you are eating a balanced diet. This is because, at Monroe Housing, we know how important it is to eat well and take care of yourself. The better you take care of yourself, the better your body will fell, and the less likely that you will turn to substances to cope with life or feel better.
Monroe Street Housing is a co-ed housing community. This means that both men and women can live here. This also means that you get to learn ways to better manage your addiction through the male and female perspective. If you are someone that likes to get multiple perspectives on a situation, a co-ed sober housing community might be the option that’s best for you.