Transitional living is a vital component of the full recovery process. At The Texas House, we work with our residents to prepare them for a brighter future and help them learn the skills they will need to live a healthy, happy life. Residents who stay with us are given an opportunity to begin the process of learning and practicing new life skills in a safe, sober, structured environment.
During their stay at The Texas House residents are provided with the framework to live a healthy life, and will be given the skills they need to thrive during and after their recovery.
What is Transitional Living?
Transitional living is a structured sober living experience for residents who are seeking a life free from drug and alcohol abuse. It offers them the opportunity to live in a safe environment while they learn and practice the skills they will need to reintegrate into their lives.
At The Texas House we offer our residents a structured program including individual and group recovery coaching, counseling, 12-step program help, and life skills education. We also ensure our residents are healthy and offer assistance with spiritual, emotional, and physical health and overall well-being.
Transitional living focuses on ensuring that each resident has the skills he will need in order to be successful in his recovery once he returns home.
Life Skills for the Future
While they are at The Texas House, each resident is surrounded by support, encouragement, and inspiration from our team. They are given the benefit of a luxurious, structured, sober environment and an individualized program that focuses on their needs.
Residents at The Texas House will leave the program complete with new and reinforced life skills that will help them to regain accountability, independence, responsibility, and the vital skills they will need to have a healthy future.