sober living with an impact


Our sober living facility, House of Impact (HOI), accepts all individuals currently in early recovery who need the support of a sober community and a substance-free living environment. We do not limit our residents to Abstinence-based recovery. House of Impact understands there are many ways to recover and with that in mind we allow individuals taking Medication-Assisted Treatment, from a licensed Addiction Medicine Provider to reside in our homes. Recovery from addiction takes time, and some people require a longer time in treatment to maintain their sobriety. Leaving rehab doesn’t mean you suddenly have to go it alone.

Sober living at House of Impact is a fantastic resource for people who need additional support in their recovery, no matter their status. House of Impact, Sober Living is a suitable option for people coming out of higher levels of care (such as an inpatient or partial hospitalization program), as well as people who have simply come to realize that their home environment is too triggering and they need a new living situation to avoid relapse. 



Entering our sober living facility puts you in an environment where accountability and recovery are valued. Living with people in your situation can provide the support and guidance needed to maintain a drug-free lifestyle outside the walls of an inpatient program. Outside of residential treatment, the lack of structure and accountability can lead you back into a pattern of poor decisions. House of Impact provides you a great degree of freedom combined with a schedule, a network of supportive peers, and a house manager who can check in with you and help you stay on the right track. As a resident of House of Impact you’ll have a certain amount of structure, participating in house activities and attending treatment and meetings with transportation provided for you.


Not only are sober living at House of Impact focused on recovery, but they are focused on your comfort as well. To make your time in sober living as pleasant as possible, we offer settings and amenities you’ll love.


  • Separate men’s and women’s housing-quarters
  • Daily transportation
  • House managers on staff
  • Gym Membership
  • Laundry facilities
  • Cable TV 
  • Free WiFi
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Full Staff
  • Rec Room
  • Meditation Room

Sober Living on Suboxone

Mandy people find themselves excluded from the opportunity to enter into a sober living home because of the type of treatment they are undergoing. At Impact Group Sober living we are Suboxone Friendly and accept patients that are currently taking medications such as Suboxone, Vivitrol into our Sober Living Homes. Contact us to find out more.