How to find Sober Living in Aloha, Oregon is a question I’m sure all Sober Professionals face at one point or another. The answer is not as simple as putting a cap on your shoes and heading for the nearest Mountain Market. Finding Sober Living does not mean you just walk into an establishment and pretend you don’t care what you’re buying, nor does it mean that you’ll pretend you don’t have money. Real Sober Living is having the ability to purchase things for yourself from people who genuinely care about their characters. And when you’re able to buy things from people who truly care about others and want them to be happy, you will be able to enjoy all of the necessities of life from within a Sober Living community.
Transitional Living is basically living in an area for a short period of time, usually less than a year. Many people go through phases in life where they want to move on and find a more stable environment but do not know how to do it. Sober Living offers housing, but provides it in an environment that allows you to transition into the life you really want without affecting those around you. Housing within a Transitional Living Community is more affordable than housing for a year and can often be found rather close to your home. Your Sober Partner will be there to support you, and help you take stock of what you really want out of life and help you find your direction and purpose in life.
My Sober Partner and I are just two of the few hundred residents of a thirty-one-year-old transitional living facility that has recently been converted into a full blown hotel. We have a fully furnished apartment that we are using as our home base, and two fantastic houses that our Sober Partner loves to visit when she visits our area. When our lease comes up, we both have different plans that we are planning to implement. Our transition has been smooth and enjoyable so far, and we look forward to finding more ways to make our lives even happier.