Progressive Living Recovery Homes
. . . Creating WINNERS in sobriety
and LIFE-LONG connections in recovery
Progressive Living Recovery
- Upscale & structured sober living Homes
- Helping men & women ages 18 and up
- Locations in Levittown, PA, Bristol, PA, Morrisville, PA and Ewing, NJ
- Very affordable recovery housing
Sober Living? Rehab?
What to do…
Sometimes sober living or a structured halfway house are sufficient for getting sober. In other cases the addict may need higher care, like a drug treatment center. Which approach is best for you…
Sobriety in Style and Comfort
- Merging structure with comforts & amenities
- Competitive and affordable pricing
- Centrally located in nice neighborhoods
- Much more than just another sober living home!
WELCOME TO PROGRESSIVE LIVING RECOVERY
Progressive Living is a family of premier sober living residences designed for every level of addiction recovery. Residents in our recovery homes are part of a community and continuum of care that assists in redefining, reshaping and rebuilding lives through various approaches that have consistently shown to be effective within the addiction recovery process. Here at Progressive Living we do not simply address the drug or alcohol addiction, but rather the entire person as well as the various traits contributing to their substance abuse issues.
OUR ARRAY OF SERVICES INCLUDES:
☑ Upscale and structured sober living housing
☑ Activity and lifestyle rebuilding
☑ 12-Step recovery guidance and education
☑ Professionally staffed recovery residences with onsite drug & alcohol testing
☑ A custom-care approach that addresses each client’s individual sobriety & mental health needs
☑ Life skills building and recovery coaching
☑ Family support and guidance
There are many other components that contribute to who we are and why we have been so successful in helping men and women recover from drug & alcohol addictions. We invite you to contact us 7 days a week and learn more about who we are and why we are so passionate in helping people change their lives!
(215) 584-0340 – Call 24/7
What's the difference between sober living and addiction treatment?
Does Progressive Living accept health insurance?
It is very rare for a sober living residence to accept any type of medical insurance. In fact we’ve never heard of such a case. At times, however, a resident in any of our recovery residences may find themselves needing a higher level of care. Fortunately, Pennsylvania is among the nation’s hubs for addiction treatment resources, many of which you will find accept a broad array of health insurance options. In some cases, the resident may leave us and enter residential drug rehab, while in other cases they may choose to remain here and attend an (IOP) outpatient treatment program of their choosing during daytime hours.
What is medical detox and when is it needed?
Certain drugs cause the body to become physically dependent after prolonged use, the most common of which being: alcohol, benzodiazepines (ie., Xanax, Valium, etc) and opioids (ie., heroin, oxycodone, oxycontin, morphine, etc.). In fact in some cases there may actually be very severe symptoms to where the medical detox process MUST be done under a physician’s care. All Progressive Living sober homes & addiction recovery residences (Levittown, PA, Bristol, PA, Morrisville, PA and Ewing, NJ) require that all residents are free of any medical detoxification needs. Most drug rehab centers here in Bucks County, or elsewhere throughout Pennsylvania, will either offer medical detox services themselves or partner with a local facility.
How long can I or my loved one stay in your sober living homes?
What if someone relapses while in your sober living?
Progressive Living | An affordable and effective way to change your life TODAY!
Locations in Bucks County, PA and Ewing, NJ
THE GOLD STANDARD
Progressive Living provides structured sober living homes and addiction recovery housing. We do not provide licensed drug & alcohol treatment services. Our focus is on helping men & women new in sobriety to reacclimate into life in a manner that is conducive to living as a sober individual. If a resident or prospective resident seeks a higher level of care, any treatment or therapy providers mentioned is based on prior experience and/or industry reputation and is not an endorsement nor based on any clinical matter.