Sober Living Homes for Troubled Young Adults in Alaska

Sober Living Homes for Young Adults Alaska AK

Sober Living Homes are residences that are alcohol and drug-free. They are designed housing for troubled young adults who are in recovery. These residences provide kids between the ages of 18 and 25, both men and women in recovery from addiction, an independent living environment with fully integrated therapeutic support services. They also have access to many recreational activities and special events associated with effective therapeutic healing.

These programs are ideal for youthful men and women from Alaska who are attending college or planning to return to college and looking for a sober place to live, develop healthy friendships, and achieve academic success. Please call (866) 439-0354 to speak with a professional.

Drug-free housing provides a safe haven for those who wish to re-enter mainstream society after a struggle with substance addiction. The peer group plays a key role where individuals going through after-care may not get the understanding they need from friends or family, who can not fully understand their situation.

Other young adults from Alaska in the same situation can relate, and therefore provide a powerful support structure. Living in the home is a transition. It gets the individual ready for the day when they get their own apartment and return to a drug-free life on their own.

At The Crossroads - Sober Living

At The Crossroads provides structured environment with accountability, respect, understanding, tolerance, unconditional love. We believe that change is possible when we have the right drive, a positive attitude, and the right support in a sober living program. We strive to accept our clients exactly where they are, adding coaching and patience, knowing that growth will come through hard work and perseverance.

Troubled Young Adults May Receive the Help They Need from Sober Living Homes

Parents, if your adult child from Alaska needs a safe place to heal, call us now. At The Crossroads is a program who understands your concerns. We want to help your family take the next step toward a hopeful future. Call our Admissions Counselor at (866) 439-0354, today.

More Resources for Parents of Troubled Young Adults

National Alliance for Recovery Residences

The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) is a 501-c3 nonprofit and recovery community organization (RCO). NARR oversees 2,500 sober home residences throughout the U.S. NARR's mission is to serve people in recovery by enhancing their the quality of recovery services provided by sober homes. NARR focuses on improved standards, support services, placement, education, research and advocacy. NARR believes that all addicts in recovery should receive aftercare recovery to live happier, healthier lives. NARR values hope, compassion, respect, honesty, responsibility, and fairness. NARR is a member of the Association of Recovery Organizations.

Mental Health Resources for Parents in Alaska

Division of Behavioral Health - The Division of Behavioral Health is committed to improving the overall quality of Alaskan lives. The continuum of care represents a dedication to mitigating risk of behavioral health with prevention and early intervention. The Division ensures Alaskans get adequate help at the most economical level of care feasible, while acknowledging that the most acute and chronic conditions require intensive psychological treatment.

Mental Health Consumer Web - Funded by the Division of Behavioral Health and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, The Mental Health Consumer Web’s projects and services are completely free. The Mental Health Consumer Web is the only behavioral health consumer­ driven "drop-­in" engagement center in Anchorage.

Important facts that parents should know..

For some teens, wanting to get a piercing is par for the course and as the child is entering adulthood, the need for independence is frequently stronger than the child’s common sense. Helping your child to obtain a safe piercing is a wiser course of action than forbidding him/her to go and get one.

Young adults often test parents to see if they will over-react, before they trust them with their biggest concerns. So when your kid comes to you with bad news, take a deep breath and stay calm so that you can listen instead of yelling and getting mad, which completely shuts down the conversation.

Daily Quotes To Live By:

"My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And we'll change the world." Jack Layton

"It may be hard for an egg to turn into a bird: it would be a jolly sight harder for it to learn to fly while remaining an egg. We are like eggs at present. And you cannot go on indefinitely being just an ordinary, decent egg. We must be hatched or go bad." C. S. Lewis

"For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: 'If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?' And whenever the answer has been 'No' for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something." Steve Jobs

When Young Adults From Alaska Fail To Launch Successfully

Here At The Crossroads, we recognize that one circumstance doesn't apply to all families. Because of this, we are committed to the supervision of each child's requirements, and we do this with precision and care. Call At The Crossroads today at (866) 439-0354.