Janes Way Sober Living | Recovery Residences and Aftercare
Janes Way was founded in 2014 to provide structured sober living options to those that are early in recovery. It is our mission to provide a solid support system for those recovering from alcohol and substance abuse addiction. We focus on ensuring all our residents have a safe home living environment that supports a productive, independent, and drug free lifestyle. We believe a strong and sober peer support group is vital to long term recovery and promote the concept of community in all our sober living homes.
Respect and Compassion – We believe our residents, employees, and associates deserve to be treated with the utmost care and understanding.
Safety – We believe in providing sober living options in a safe and supportive environment.
Resident Centered Care – We believe our residents deserve the best-individualized support services based on their individual needs.
Empowerment – We believe in empowering our residents and employees to be their best, most productive, and healthiest selves.
Power of Community – We believe that the development of healthy relationships and a sense of community are the foundation for sustained success in sobriety.
Our residences are designed to assist our residents through the process from addiction to sustained recovery. We believe the process of restoring an individual’s ability to function with a high level of independence within the community is essential for their success.
Our services are designed to encourage individuals to participate actively with others in the attainment of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual growth.
Our goal is to improve the quality of life of the individual attending treatment and assisting them in assuming responsibility over their lives, so they may function actively and independently in society after their stay with us.
Emphasis is placed on empowerment, recovery, and individual choice. Recovery is not just maintaining abstinence. It involves learning to live and enjoy life as a sober and productive member of the community.
Recovery involves learning how to balance self-care, work productively, develop personal relationships, strengthen family ties, and practice positive drug-free activities.
Sober Living Recovery Residences and Aftercare
Welcome Home! Janes Way Sober Living and Recovery Residences
Janes Way Sober Living is dedicated to helping addicts and alcoholics in every stage of recovery. As America struggles with addiction, Janes Way Sober Living supports clients in breaking through the shackles of addiction while maintaining sobriety. As a recovering alcoholic or addict, transitional housing such as sober living and recovery residences can be an invaluable step towards achieving long-term sobriety. Janes Way Sober Living goes above and beyond to individually cater to one’s needs and transition clients as if they were our own family properly.
Janes Way Sober Living offers affordable aftercare and transitional housing for men and women suffering from alcoholism or addiction.
Janes Way has Sober Living Homes and Recovery Residences throughout New Jersey and South Florida. Even individuals dedicated to their recovery and sustaining long-term sobriety return to drug and alcohol use is expected. The team at Janes way has proven aftercare services that help maintain the coping skills, accountability, and transitional knowledge that help our residences continue to build a healthy and fulfilling sober lifestyle.
A sober residence provides a place for individuals struggling with substance use disorder (sometimes referred to as alcoholism or addiction) to stay in an ongoing aftercare process. Janes Way Sober Living offers many amenities such as transportation to meetings, weekly activities, in-house big book studies, medical care, counseling services, mentorship, game areas, etc. Janes Way also helps with assistance finding employment.
Sobriety homes were first conceived by Al-Anon Family Groups, who noticed that families of addicts could benefit significantly from being together while their loved ones underwent recovery. So the organization founded one of its own halfway houses in 1971, which continues to help hundreds of thousands of Americans today.
Overcoming addiction takes time, dedication, hard work, and support from others. One of the best ways for addicts to continue their aftercare is through transitional housing such as sober living and recovery residences that provide safe environments to focus on healing themselves while surrounded by like-minded people. Another primary key is the accountability and 24/7 support factor.
Janes Way Sober livings mission is to assist its residents in breaking free from their addictive behaviors and making positive changes in their lives. We believe in a four-phase model to accomplish this task and gradually push and grow our residents by enforcing accountability. Incorporating 12-step principles into residents’ daily routines includes attending weekly group sessions, participating in activities designed to promote personal growth, and developing new skills related to managing emotions and relationships. In addition, staffing and support are made available 24 hours per day to talk with residents about their progress and advice.
If you or someone you love suffers from addiction, consider reaching out for further information or consulting a qualified therapist to assist in identifying treatment options. Like anything else worth doing, overcoming addiction takes dedication, patience, and perseverance. Therefore, seeking professional counsel early on is recommended.
Structured Sober Living
In 2014, Janes Way Sober Living Sober Living opened its first house. Nestled in recovery-centered communities with nearby sober assets such as meeting halls a quiet neighborhood, Janes Way Sober Living is an affordable, professionally staffed, supportive, transitional, sober living establishment in New Jersey and Florida. Our recovery residences and sober living homes provide safe housing and supportive, structured living conditions for people exiting drug rehabilitation programs.
The professional team at Janes Way makes sure that our residents are armed with the proper accountability and tools in recovery while transitioning into a long-term sober lifestyle.
At Janes Way Sober Living, our residents can look forward to living and recovering in a serene neighborhood alongside various services dedicated to helping them move forward with their lives and achieve independence. Additionally, while preparing for independent sober living, residents will live, interact, and engage with others on the straight living journey.
Luxury Sober Living and Recovery Residences
Janes Way Sober Living is a sober transitional house for men and women with several excellent amenities available to our residents. Our sober living residences in New Jersey and Florida are accredited top-rated facilities.
Janes Way Residents in both South Florida and the New Jersey area are provided transportation to parks, gyms, meeting centers, etc.
We help plug our residents into the local recovery community with luxury amenities to build a long-term sustainable sober foundation. We believe that long-term abstinence is more than achievable with a clean and comfortable environment and a solid support system.
Is a Sober Living Home Right for You or a Loved One?
Before deciding whether to send someone to a sober living home or a traditional rehab facility, first ask yourself whether their current lifestyle meets their needs adequately. While sober living homes are generally cheaper than conventional rehabs, they shouldn’t always be the first option.
Many traditional rehab centers emphasize individualized care, whereas sober living homes emphasize long-term sobriety, aftercare, and building relationships between peers. Although both approaches can help increase social interaction, it’s certainly worth considering which path is right now.
Overall, sober living homes offer an opportunity to learn crucial life lessons while gradually improving your daily routine. In addition, sober Living Homes, sometimes referred to as halfway houses, enact accountability and support factors to protect against future relapses.
There are tons of great reasons to move forward with sobriety, but ultimately, the choice is the person at hand to make.
What is a Sober Living Home?
A sober living home (or SOH) is a residential program for those who need help transitioning out of treatment or active addiction and into recovery.
A recovery residence is semi-controlled alcohol- and drug-free living environment where the residents are recovering addicts. Typically, transitional housing is gender-specific. Structure, House Rules, and Daily/Weekly Requirements are specific things to be seen.
Are Sober Living Homes Helpful in Recovery?
Getting sober can be challenging, but you don’t have to do it alone. For example, you could live in an alcohol-free environment with other recovering people trying to stay clean. In sober living homes, residents have accountability and a 24/7 support system that can differentiate between a drink and a drug on certain occasions. As a result, most addiction professionals recommend Sober Living after drug and alcohol treatment.
What Kind of Services do Sober Living Homes Provide?
- 24/7 Support Staff
- Recreational Activities
- Transportation to Fitness Facilities and Meeting Places
- Community and Clinical Resources
- Peer Counseling
- Assistance Finding Employment
- 12 Step Meetings | In House Meetings | Faith Based Meetings | 12 Step Alternatives
What are the Different Types of Sober Living Homes?
Sober Living Homes are divided and classified into four different categories by NARR.
The first category is called “Residential Treatment Centers” (or RTCs), which includes those facilities where residents live full-time together in shared housing with 24/7 staff oversight.
The second category is known as “Board & Care,” which describes smaller private residences that operate more independently from day to day. Residents still pay rent for the space, however, and usually choose whether to stay alone or share rooms with others. Board & Care facilities vary greatly in size and offerings too, ranging from simply providing room rentals to offering extended stays, group therapy sessions, cooking lessons, massage treatments, yoga and meditation classes, barbecues on the lawn, movie nights and much more. Most board & care sober living homes require residents to maintain active participation in 12 step meetings while staying on site, though some allow offsite attendance.
The third category is that of “Recreation Communities.” As the name suggests, recreation communities specialize in helping addicts reintegrate back into society after recovering. Facilities within this category generally offer plenty of recreational opportunities including hiking trails, sports courts, game rooms, billiard tables, library books, computers, TVs and DVD players, pool tables, ping pong tables, playground equipment, exercise studios, tanning beds, tennis courts and racquetball courts among others.
Finally, we have the fourth category, which is aptly named “Transitional Housing”. Transitional housing facilities are intended for those who’ve completed drug and alcohol dependency treatment following long periods of sobriety. Transitional housing facilities are similar to residential treatment centers in that they provide 24 hour staffing, dining hall service, medication monitoring, medical assistance, health education, personal training, individualized plans of action towards goals set forth during residency and social events. However, unlike residential treatment centers, transitional housing facilities don’t teach residents about addiction or recovery. Instead, they help newly recovered addicts get acclimated to living without drugs or alcohol by focusing solely on preparing them for independent living once released. Many transients prefer this option because it allows them to avoid temptations outside of the facility, and gives them a chance to learn skills necessary to become self sufficient. After completing their transition period, patients are free to return to any permanent residence of their choice. Transient sober living facilities cost somewhere between half and 1% percent of annual income compared to residential treatment centers, making them considerably cheaper than the former.