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Sober Living Reston


Reston, Virginia

Age Groups: Young Adults
Levels of Care: Sober Living
Treatment Programs: Substance Use
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Sober living for young adult men

Sandstone Care offers sober living to help support individuals early in recovery and in need of structured living accommodations.

We believe in balancing just enough structure and accountability with the freedom to learn and grow.

Reasons to stay

Recovery is about more than simply abstaining from drug or alcohol use.

It is also about developing a sustainable, balanced, and independent lifestyle.

Each Saturday, we have an outing or activity. Residents get to suggest activities they’d like to do. For instance, we may go to the batting cages or play basketball. Sundays are free days, where, for example, some stay at home and relax, while others go hang out with friends and friends or exercise at the gym.

Convenient location
Our Reston home is in a spacious and beautiful two-story home, designed to help support young adult Men (18-30) early in recovery
Professional staff
Our home is staffed by trained professionals seven days a week. Training includes de-escalation training, first aid, CPR, and medication management. Staff support residents in their journey to figure out what to do next.
What is Sober Living?
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Quickly Verify Your Insurance

Sandstone accepts most major insurances and it only takes minutes to verify!

We are fully HIPAA compliant and confidential with your insurance information.

Comfortable and convenient

Our home is staffed by trained professionals seven days a week. Training includes de-escalation training, first aid, CPR, and medication management. Staff support residents in their journey to figure out what to do next.

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Ben Sigley explains a day in the life at a sober living house.

How is Sober Living Helpful?

Recovery living can be especially helpful for young adults (ages 18–30) who need support in developing healthy lifestyle habits and developing life skills, would benefit from a supportive substance-free living environment, or find that living with family is creating too much strain on their relationships.

Build Community
Residents in recovery living are part of a community where they support each other in developing life skills and creating community.
Safe & Supported
Our recovery living residences are staffed by experienced and caring professionals who are in the residence anytime that residents are present.

Reasons to Stay

Amenities and activities at Reston Sober Living Home

Amenities

Wi-Fi,
Spacious Yard,
Large outdoor patio,
5 bathrooms
& full-size beds.

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Activities

Hiking,
Paintball,
Batting Cages,
Rock Climbing,
Top Golf,
BBQ &
Escape Rooms

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Convenient location

Our Reston home is in a spacious and beautiful two-story home, designed to help support young adult Men (18-30) early in recovery.

Fun and flexible

Each Saturday, we have an outing or activity. Residents get to suggest activities they’d like to do. For instance, we may go to the batting cages or play basketball.

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Sundays are free days

Some stay at home and relax, while others go hang out with friends and friends or exercise at the gym.

The Continuum of Care

Care for wherever you are in your journey.

Access a full range of treatments for mental health and substance use disorders. Whether you need a safe sober living community, inpatient care, or outpatient therapy, we have a program to help.

Learn more about levels of care

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We provide a full continuum of care for wherever you are in your journey.

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Have questions about sober living?

You’re not alone. Explore some of the questions others ask — or call us at (888) 850-1890 to get answers to your specific questions today. Ask us anything.

Cost depends on location. We keep our treatment programs as affordable as possible while still maintaining the highest quality service possible. We are in-network with many insurance companies. Call our admissions team at (888) 850-1890 or verify your insurance.

Yes. Our highly trained and caring housing managers are available any time residents are at the house.

Yes, clients have access to their phones and computers.

No. We believe in starting with many privileges and only revoking access if necessary, so we do not have a blackout period when you begin our program.

The house is fully furnished and stocked. Bring clothing and essentials. The houses have TV’s and video game consoles, laundry, fully equipped kitchens and plenty of parking if you have a car.

A halfway house is a transitional home, often court-ordered, for people serving probation or who are leaving jail. Many of these facilities are government-owned and operated.

A sober living house is a gender-separated home for people in addiction recovery to get social and environmental support for their sobriety.

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Let’s take the next steps together

We understand taking the first step is difficult. There is no shame or guilt in asking for help or more information. We are here to support you in any way we can.