Cost and Financing

How Much Does the Real Recovery Program Cost?

The monthly costs of Real Recovery programs vary based on program intensity, structure and residence. Please call (855) 363-7325 to learn more about which program is right for you and what financial commitments would be necessary.

Monthly cost includes:

  • Housing with 24-hour staffing
  • Groceries each week for preparation of all meals
  • Access to substance abuse PHP, intensive outpatient program and outpatient services to encourage development of coping skills necessary for long-term recovery
  • Daily check-in house meetings and participation in local support groups for substance abuse
  • Vocational services and educational support
  • Life skills training and money management education
  • Case management services
  • Two to three adventure/experiential activities per week
  • Activities, including movies, paint ball, etc.
  • Daily transportation
  • House computers with internet access
  • Sports team participation (basketball, soccer, etc.)
  • New linens and towels
  • Gold’s Gym Membership (Dream House only)
  • Rock Climbing Gym Memberships
  • CrossFit Memberships
  • Sunday suppers (current residents and alumni gathering)
  • Comprehensive post-discharge living plan
  • Referrals to additional behavioral/physical health services (including primary care physicians and specialty therapists) as needed
  • Not included: medical, psychiatric and substance abuse treatment services are not part of the sober living program fee


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