Sober Living

Putting Your Recovery First

Tallgrass sober living homes were designed to put personal recovery first. The homes are a community of people living together and sharing a unique goal…recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. It is a place to share common goals, experiences and a place to grow. Tallgrass sober living homes can give someone in early recovery the extra support they need to carry them over in difficult times.

Located in comfortable, centrally located residential neighborhoods, Tallgrass’s homes provide high quality, highly accessible, and cost effective housing for individuals in recovery.

Tallgrass’s homes provide for comfortable, high quality housing with ready access to bus lines, convenience stores, employment opportunities, coffee shops and numerous 12-step meetings throughout our city.

Regular attendance at 12-step meetings, sponsors, and a stable home environment living with like-minded individuals in recovery provide a solid foundation for the early months and years of sobriety one day at a time.

Member resident fees are $600 per month. These fees include residency, utilities, cable, wifi and local telephone service.

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The Power of Starting Over

Deciding to begin your journey of addiction recovery requires courage and self-reflection. The New Year is a natural milestone, and you may want to take stock of your life and contemplate positive changes you can make. 

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Let Go of Shame

Shame can be a heavy burden. It’s essential to recognize that addiction is a complex and multifaceted challenge that can affect anyone. It often emerges from stigmas and a lack of understanding about addiction. However, the recovery process–often aided by a treatment program–is a testament to strength, resilience, and your ability to overcome obstacles. 

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Find Self-Compassion

Recovery is not a linear process. Along the way, you’ll experience ups and downs, successes and setbacks. When you build the habit of self-compassion, you’re more prepared to meet those challenges head-on. Instead of dwelling on your feelings of failure, which can hinder you as you recover, consider treating yourself with the same kindness and understanding you would offer a friend who is battling substance abuse. Focus on your personal growth. Celebrate small victories. Try not to feel bad about setbacks. Instead, use them as opportunities to learn.  

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Seek Support

No one should embark on the path to recovery from addiction alone. Seeking support–whether from friends, family, support groups, or professional counselors can help. Sharing your struggles with people you trust creates a network of understanding and encouragement. At Tallgrass Recovery, you’ll find a community of like-minded individuals–including our staff–who are navigating the same struggles with addiction you are. 

 

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Set Realistic Goals for Recovery

As the New Year unfolds, it’s natural to feel a surge of motivation to make sweeping changes. While this can help you get started toward recovery, make sure to set realistic and achievable goals. Break down larger goals into smaller steps–and don’t forget to celebrate each accomplishment along the way.

 

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Embracing a Whole-Person Approach to Recovery

Addiction recovery isn’t just about steering clear from substances; it involves addressing the root causes that contribute to addictive behaviors. At Tallgrass, our proven methods encompass physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Here, you’ll build healthy habits such as regular exercise, proper nutrition, and mindfulness practices that can make a big difference in your overall wellness. Counseling and therapy can also give you tools for understanding and managing triggers and fostering long-term resilience.

When you’re ready for change, reach out. Tallgrass is here to help.