The Inn at Trails Corner offers dorm-style residential lodging services to men and women who participate in the Trails Corner Recovery Program. Amenities at the Inn include professionally cooked meals, laundry services, a workout room, a basketball court, a volleyball court, a recreation room, onsite AA meetings, yoga classes and arts and crafts activities geared for adults.
Our sober living services are designed with your health and recovery in mind, and so are our rules. Guests must stay sober throughout their stay and are expected to:
Addiction treatment is not one-size-fits-all and your treatment options for substance abuse problems should not be either. Sober living provides a structured environment during treatment that can help you work on yourself in a setting in which everyone else understands what you are going through and might be going through it themselves.
This highly-structured, comfortable community could be just the place for you while receiving the treatment you need.
The longer a patient stays in treatment, no matter where that level of care may be, the better chances they have at not relapsing and remaining sober.
After substance abuse treatment, sober living can allow a patient to remain in a positive environment with others who understand what they are going through, especially while participating in a Partial Hospitalization Program or other form of outpatient treatment.
Sober living is a great option for those transitioning from residential treatment programs or even a healthy place to stay after outpatient day treatment programs. For those faced with alcohol addiction or a substance use disorder, Sober Living can be extremely beneficial for your mental health post-treatment.
We provide a healing environment for our clients at the reasonable cost of $50 per week. The housing fee is subject to a sliding scale based on ability to pay. Call 860-535-1010 for more information.
Stonington Institute’s professional staff are here to help. Call 800-832-1022 or 860-535-1010 and select option 1 for a no-cost screening that gathers demographic, insurance and clinical information needed by the assessment team. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.