The Transitional Living service at the AZ House is the next step in the addiction recovery journey for residents who have completed the first portion of the program. This service is approximately five months long and is designed to help residents transition back into their daily lives while remaining under the care of the program.
During this service, residents go out and find work while maintaining healthy relationships with other sober community members and with the staff at the AZ House. They continue to do their house chores, learning to integrate a work/life balance that allows them to heal and is rooted in a manageable reality. This helps residents regain a sense of normalcy and responsibility, which is essential to their long-term recovery.
Residents continue to be involved in the goings-on at the house, and they help the newer residents that are admitted. This allows them to give back and share their experience, strength, and hope with others, which is an essential aspect of recovery. Additionally, it helps them to stay connected to the community and continue to receive support.
The Transitional Living service is approximately five months long and is crucial in helping residents integrate into society, develop a sense of purpose, and maintain their recovery. It is designed to provide a supportive and structured environment that allows residents to work towards their goals while remaining connected to the community and the staff at the AZ House. This service is available to those who have completed the first portion of the program and are ready to take the next step in their recovery journey.