12 Step Meetings
Alpha 180 residents attend 12 Step meetings, work with a sponsor, and participate in service work. The Transitional Living community is overseen by licensed clinical staff, as well as live-in Residential Advisors. Residents are held accountable through random drug screening, daily communal responsibilities, and an emphasis on remaining active.
What living in Sober Housing is all about
In early recovery, it is vital to have a sense of community. While many transitional living homes serve individuals with a wide range of ages and goals, Alpha 180’s sober living environment is specifically for college-age individuals (age 17+) committed to the recovery process, building life skills, and pursuing academics. By having shared interests and goals, our sober housing for college-age young men in Austin, TX provides a tight knit community and foundation for recovery.
Residents stay active in the local recovery community, as well as participating in expeditions and recreation activities regularly. Read on to learn more about our sober living programs.
All residents are current or aspiring students, whether completing high school coursework, attending community college or university or preparing to return to school in the future.
Residents stay active in the local recovery community, as well as participate in expeditions and recreation activities regularly. Read on to learn more about our sober living programs.
Expectations for Sober Living
Living in communal sober living environments means respecting each other’s space. Sober housing members will maintain the cleanliness of their space daily, while gaining vital life skills, such as cooking and budgeting. In addition to clinical programming, sober housing residents have a weekly accountability meeting where peers can provide feedback to one another in a safe environment.
Residents also have the opportunity to participate in yoga, CrossFit, and other recreational activities regularly.