The Women's Home in Arlington, Virginia
1628 N George Mason Dr, Arlington, VA, USA
Certification: Not Certified
Sober House Description:
The Women’s Home sober living house in Arlington, Virginia.
The Women’s Home is a private, non-profit, community-based program in Northern Virginia that provides affordable long-term residential services for women from all walks of life who are recovering from substance abuse.
The Sober Living Home is a safe living environment for women who need more structure to develop the foundation and skills necessary to maintain long-term sobriety.
The Recovery Home is specifically designed to support women who have experienced multiple relapses and have been unable to sustain sobriety.
The Sober Living Home is a secure and structured environment for women in early recovery. Through the individual counselling and group sessions residents learn to identify risks to recovery. They develop and establish behaviours necessary for maintaining long term sobriety. Each resident works on her own individualized treatment plan. In addition to staffed sessions, residents are required to attend a minimum of five AA or NA meetings a week and to log daily recovery activities. A resident manager provides additional support and security. The counsellors and Board of Directors are supported by and Executive Director.
The Home monitors the activities of residents through approval for offsite passes, curfews and signing in and out of the facility. The Home requires total abstinence and emphasizes personal responsibility as the foundation of sober living. Random urine screens are conducted to help insure abstinence is maintained. Residents stay a minimum of three months and a maximum of one year.
Sober Living Home Operator Information:
Phone: (703) 237-2822