#sparta2 thanks to God I found the best place to recover.The director and all the ladies here I love and getting to know. Thank you SLA
#sparta2 SLA saved my life. I came to sla Oct 3rd, 2019 an never been sober before. They showed me a new way to live, how to work a program, get a sponsor, work the steps, and put Gods will before my own will. They helped me get a job an how to hold my self accountable. 6 months later i graduated an got a car. I learned how to be patient an how to be ok w being uncomfortable. Since then i have rekindled my relationship w my family an kids. An in 2 wks i will be moving out n my own apartment working at a good job and having my youngest son who is 14 come move w me. I love 3 hrs away from my 3 older girls but they said change people places an thing an im sick an tired of being sick an tired. Thx u sla for being the building block an help me look forward to my future being healthy an sober.... Keeping it one day at a time!!!!
I'm Timothy brit, I'm from North Carolina I heard about SLA in South Carolina so they could give me a lot of help from my ilness. they have helped. I've been here about four and a half months things are going really well. They got me a job and get a ride back and forth to work and things been really pretty good for me. They get us to AA meetings and show me how to do my homework in my career. Julias is a great director and he helps me out a lot really a lot. They have been pretty great good to me again things are going really well for 4 months, its helped me alot and I hope I can remain sober the rest of my life but SLA is really great. I would love to share but a lot of the people that it's a really good program its works for me thank you for listening.
Sober living has given me a new chance at rebuilding my life. They've gotten me a stable job, comfortable living quarters, and a renewed commitment to 12-step recovery as a means to becoming self-sufficient in a sober environment. I get to attend lots of AA meetings and am learning to be accountable and disciplined in my life. They've given me a chance when no one else would. I have and will continue to recommend them to anyone trying to get clean and sober and get their lives back together!
When I arrived at SLA Spartanburg, I was lost, bewildered and powerless. When I arrived I was met at Greyhound by the Program Director and the driver, and was made to comfortable immediately. When my interview/intake was conducted I was put at ease and explained how SLA worked. It left no doubts in my mind what was required. I was taken to my apartment and introduced to the house senior, who went through the SLA Guidelines with me and explained exactly what was required, and what I could/could not do.
My fellow house guests made me feel at home immediately and I realized that God works in mysterious ways. He found me a Home.
Since arriving at SLA in April 2020 my life has undergone a fantastic transformation. I Adopted the SLA Mission Statement as my own adventure, and I grasped the 12 Step program and my relationship with God as my ALL. Throughout my program I have been supported fantastically by SLA staff and Directors, and I am now thank-full for the people that has referred me to SLA. It is a program worth following, and it has the interest of each guest at heart.
I have joined SLA Staff and I can thank my Higher Power God for giving me the opportunity of being part of such a fantastic, supporting environment.
We have the interest of all our Guest at heart and support them in this Brotherhood and Fellowship.
This is a "HOME FROM HOME" where learn to make amends and to rebuild the bridges we have burnt.
Hi, my name is Valerie M. I came to Sober Living America to learn how to live a sober and happy life. When I first got here I was very quiet and to kept to myself. I'm learning and growing each day thanks to SLA. I'm doing great and moving forward in my recovery. I have become a house senior and enjoy the responsibility. I still have struggles but I have a group of staff and friends here always willing to talk and lend a hand. It is a simple program if you want it, do what we have all done that are here.
my name is Eric Brown. i came ibto SLA 69 days ago. A broken down individual who knew i needed help . The staff here has helped me grow with my sobriety in many ways . From personal growth to the growth of dealing with other ppl has helped me grow in helping others . The staff here is great .They truly care about my sobriety.
SLA Charlotte 2 Campus of North Carolina. I came into this campus in March of 2020. My life was completely hopeless and I was completely at my bottom. SLA took me into their program with no insurance,money,or any self worth. I came in with my cloths in hand. I have since started my journey back to living a sober life and way of living in society again. I had to be completely willing to work the program that was outlined for me. At times it seemed like it would not ever get any better and as I became willing to do the work. The staff here, Patrick O'donnell, Cody Motzner, and Kevin Miller have been great with working with me to make positive choices and changes. Life is a journey not a destination, and look forward to graduating from the program in september 2020. A special Thank You to sober Living America for helping me get my life back.... Much Love to the program and the people who have made it possible.... Kiesten Pflugbiel
#sparta2 I just want to say that I am so grateful to be here. This is a great program I couldn't ask for a better help for recovery and all the people that work here are great they really care and are a big help so thanks!!!
#sparta2 Sober Living America is the best thing that has ever happened to me. It has completely changed my life, how I live, and my outlook on everything. Highly recommend í ˝í¸
This nonprofit took me off the street and fed me helped me get a job and transportation to and from work. Great and caring staff. I went from an EVERY day user to just picking up my 90 days
Great place to get your life back there's a lot of good people that can guide you on the right track
I am in sla Charlotte 2. The staff is very attentive to our needs. We make meetings every night. and It changed my life. I have routine. I work honestly today. Basic life essentials and necessities are here. I believe that the place wouldn't run smoothly if it didnt have the staff they have. The drivers get everyone to and from work on time. We all communicate. and we all are recovering from different walks of life. I wish I could take this place with me when I leave here. Because it has menon track. This is thee longest streak I have been doing well without thinking about my addiction.
#sparta2 I have been in Sober Living America for almost a year and have experienced a great deal of growth. I have been given many resources and tools regarding how to stay sober and have been successful in the program. I have learned how to work a twelve step program and how to implement these steps into my daily life. I have gained a strong network of women and achieved stability in many areas of my life. Sober living America has given me another opportunity at life and I am grateful I have given it the chance to work miracles within me and around me. It has been a significant part of my recovery and a huge stepping stone that has prepared me for the outside world. I have gained much experience, strength and hope with being in this facility and plan on continuing on in the program to ensure longer term sobriety.
#sparta2 I am at the women's campus and have been so blessed to be here. The staff have been so helpful in making sure I am getting adjusted and learning about myself and recovery. I am getting the tools I need to learn how to live life on life's terms. I am so grateful to be here and this program is saving my life.
I like SLA Columbia. The staff is really nice and help me a lot. I like AA and love going to church. I want to continue to learn and grow here. I like living in apartments and I like being around people that are like me.
God is so good. I was looking for a place to go that was centered around God and He led me to Sober Living America. I am in Columbia and I love the apartment style living. The staff is so nice and they helped me get a job and really help me figure out AA nad the core values of the program and why it teaches what it teaches. I really enjoyed the morning meetings and learned a lot. I alos like the fact that they help us go to outtsid meetings so that whenever I graduate I have a netweork.
I'm in Columbia SLA. I came here 6 months ago with nothing and now I have the tools the life skills i need to be successful in my sobriety. They helped me get a job, the helped me understand the program of AA, and they provided with transportation and resources to get my health in order. I really love it here and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for help, or looking to help themselves.
I thought I was living a normal life until alcohol starting to get the best of me. Then it happened..DUI after DUI (2 yrs apart). It got so bad my own family was sick of me. I went to court on a eviction notice from my Own Family. I was so Drunk at 10am I cussed the Judge out. He sentenced me to 60 days in the County Jail for disorderly conduct. Just so happen my little sister was there when they put the handcuffs on me, she stood up and said your Honor. You know the Family and you knew his Dad he is just like his daddy...hes Drunk now. The Judge said I will get him a bed at Morris Village. 7 days later in the county jail they told me to pack up that my lil brother taking me to Morris Village. This is when I started my journey to getting sober. While I was at Morris Village I kept hearing about a place called Sober Living of America for alcoholics so when I got close to my 28 day stay at Morris Village I gave SLA a call to see if I could get a bed for my problem. Not too many questions later a had a bed at SLA. I have been here for a lil over 10 mths now. Been Sober for over a 1yr now. The best I have ever felt in my life finally Sober. This place has done wonders for me,great staff that works with you sober,found GOD,money in my pocket, family talking to me wanting us to do things together not being pushed away like i have been in the past from them. If you have trouble with Alcohol or Drugs find a program that will help you out if not SLA find one that will help you. It made be your last chance. I can say I'm SOBER. My only one Wish..Wish my Mom could see me this way...SOBER.. Thanks.
My experience here at sober living is awesome.
I don't know how to explain it. This place has help me so much and has change my life. I could not done it with out them helping me. Tiffany our director has help me so much. She has tought me to love my self and she loves you no matter what the situation is. She the best director sense I been in sober living America.
Spartanburg SC was the Sober Living America campus I attended. First they took me in off the streets with nothing to my name then this program saved my life by teaching me how to live again while I was recovering from my addiction. They tought me morals and structure which I needed to survive in the real world. They drove me to work, A.A meetings and honestly anything I asked that was reasonable. I owe my life to them and the brotherhood. They made me feel loved again between the staff and other guests, which helped me love myself again. I found my purpose in life while there striving to have what other's there already found. I followed the lead of the trainers which would stop in and bless us with there story. I have a relationship with God now and a purpose to live. I'm still in the program and volunteer to work on staff as work development, so I can give back what was giving to me. I'm so grateful for Sober Living America!!!
sparta2 .SLA saved my life! They took me in when no one else would. I was at Rock bottom, with no money and they welcomed me with open arms! I owe my life to them. I would recommend SLA to anyone who is struggling with addiction.
So very grateful to SLA Atl 1, I was welcomed with open arms and immediately felt as if I was at home. I was plugged into recovery on my first day and found a sponsor by my 3rd day here. The staff are well concerned about our livelihood. In the words of Ken "We care more about your life than we care about your feelings." That right there let me know that he truly believes in our recovery even if we may not like the truth's that the staff are telling us. I would recommend SLA to anyone needing help with Sobriety and God.
I'm glad I was able to come here to Atlanta 1, I had couldn't get my SSC due to covid -19 and the staff pooled together to help me order my Birth Certificate so that I could gain employment. The Director Ken, has helped me tremendously along the way. He has shared with me his story and I can tell he is passionate about his and our recovery.
I came to SLA Columbia from another local program. The program that I came from didn't really give me tools for success. In Columbia I got set up for success. They helped me get a great sponsor who I work the steps with and also participate in a lot of leisure activities with him. I really like the church that we started going to recently. We were going to zoom church but I'm happy church is back open. Bryan is great. He really helps me understand the steps. I love the community and how to pay it foward. It is a great program for me.
Excellent Recovery Program!! My loved one completed the program with flying colors and is living sober and loving life.
I am in Sober Living America in Columbia. I am really greatful to be here and the opportunity that has been given to me to turn my life around and to control my alcoholism. The staff here is amazing. I also got a very good job and get along great with everyone in my apartment.
Before I came to Sober Living America I was destitute. I found a solution here and a way to finally stay sober. They taught me to be able to live again and the right way. Not only do they give you employment opportunities, they teach you how to live sober and give you the right tools and solutions to be able to live life to its fullest.
I Moved to get away from alcohol addiction. My addiction knows no zip codes. This has been a 10 year battle. I have lost 3 relatives to addiction. SLA had their doors wide open. All are welcome. I've been here 6 months now. You can get clean & sober here, but first YOU must put in the work. SLA really should have a better screening policy. I've seen some folks that have no business being here. They truly require more mental health care. Van schedules need to be clad iron. Rules are great but need to be put into action for ALL & not case by case unfortunately. Attending outdoor meetings should be priority one. This is best for building a network. Staff are nice & accommodating, but very overworked & less than poverty payment is unacceptable. Guest can work program & become part of staff even with minimum clean time. This is pretty risky. More focus on meeting & work attendance & less on having 'a zero balance'. We came here to get clean & sober, not work & babysit others. You can achieve it if, you stay focused, positive, HONEST, willing and accepting. We didn't choose to be addictâšs. When guest choose to be assholes, they can leave.
I came to Sober Living America from Salvation Army ARC in Va. Beach Va. after finishing their program. I am an alcoholic and have been struggling with the disease for several years. I came here to transition back into a regular living society while still being involved in my recovery. I stayed here several months. The fellowship here is really great, the Staff is caring and very helpfull as well as a good recovery centered program. They provide transportation to out meetings as well as their own inhouse meetings. We have a spiritual meeting every day as well as a off campus to Church every Sunday now. They also help you to find a good job and provide transportation to and from work. I went to another recovery house but came back here to SLA. I have been to several recovery houses around the country but SLA is by far the best I have ever been to. It treats the whole man, mind body and soul. I consider it my home for now.
my names is Vanessa sober living change my life. I was homeless didn't have no where to stay got in touch with sla and enter the program. Im clean and sober. They got me a job at the chicken plant and i enjoy going to work everyday. I get visit with my children once a month and i enjoy every bit of it . I have a level head and now i can think a little clear now that im not using. without sla i don't no where i will be.thanks for everybody in the program.
#sparta2 Great Recovery Place. Staff is Awesome. Meetings are great this place has really helped me with my recovery and to get back into society. Would Definitely recommend this place.
I have been here for one month and I love it. Kereen holds the best meetings and always has good experience, strength and hope and is always supportive, and Patrick and Kevin and Kiersten have been absolutely instrumental in my recovery. They are always available when I have a problem and they are really good listeners. I could not get through this program without them. I have had nothing but a good experience while here and Im very happy with the services I am receiving. I wish the counseling would be through the rest of the time here but Im glad I at least have Scott's phone number to call whenever I need. My roommate has made being here a lot easier as well as the girls in my apartment and I wouldnt trade them for the world.
Patrick,kiersten,,ms .kereen,and kevin are great. they are always professional and helpful at the same time. when i came to this program a bitter person and a addict that made an excuse about my addiction.through the care that they have for the members here . i can honestly say im today 15 days clean in my sobriety because of them . is not just about getting me a job or giving me a place to stay they truly and honestly care. i would recommend this program to anyone who is looking to recover from addiction
Hey Im Valerie Jones I have been here at SLA for four weeks now and they are awesome here they have a wonderful program here to help you stay clean and sober. Im thankful and grateful through my precious Jesus to be here and all you have to do is let go and let God. The program works it really does and thank you for taking the time to read this.God bless all of you and take care.
When I got to SLA I was in dire need of help. I had just gotten out of rehab for the second time. I had no where to go and no one was willing to help. I thank god I had gotten into SLA when I did. They accepted me with no money upfront, and helped keep me on the path to recovery. I am now 2 years clean and ecstatic at how much better my life is now. Thanks to SLA I have a job, I have my recovery and I can say that I am a happy human being.
I'm at the atlanta mens 1 campus and since I got here almost 3 months ago I have always felt comfortable and welcome. They make sure we are going to meetings and helped get me a sponsor that i felt good to talk to. They hooked me up with a good job that i actually enjoy doing too. Thank you sla for giving me an opportunity to get my life back on track.
#ATLMen's1 is awesome. This community is really tight knit and everyone looks out for each other. The staff is always available and try to do everything they can to help all of us residents. I was here for about 4 months and decided to go back home to try it on my own and that did not work out so I called back and they gave me another chance to do it right. I cannot thank the staff here enough and definitly recommend this place if you need help staying clean
Proceed with caution! This is, by far, the most poorly managed social services/recovery oriented organization I have ever encountered or experienced in my life. It is merely an overpriced, glorified homeless shelter. They do not drug test or search anyone's belongings to ensure the safety and/or integrity of the community. While they seem to pride themselves on accepting new clients with no immediate funds available (simply stating they will "find you employment and allow you to pay back any accruing/past due balance") in all reality, you will find that their primary focus is, and will consistently remain throughout your stay, the MONEY, above ALL else, including your recovery. They boast being a 12 step influenced program, yet they barely, if ever, bring you to 12 step meetings or even hold you accountable to attending them. In fact, their staff, who are merely other residents who are "hired" on as "staff", but are paid, minimally, under the table, do not "work a program" themselves. So much for "Lead By Example". The program is a veritable revolving door, thereby promoting chronic relapse. All I can say is "buyer beware", and if you're looking for a decent recovery community, this is a very risky choice.
This program is run like a 3 ring circus. Most of the time they have someone who has less than a year sober, sometimes less than 6 months sober working as a director for an entire campus. They have zero issues taking your money but giving you back what they owe you is like pulling teeth. This company is a complete scam. Do not waste your time or money. They also create fake email accounts and then make reviews so they look better when searched on Google.
I'm here at the atlanta men's 1 campus and have nothing but great things to say about it. The apartment i'm in is clean and everything works, the roommates are awesome and I have a bed to sleep in. Coming in from living on the street I am so grateful to have a bed and a roof over my head. The staff (Cory and Calvin) are great guys that really care about all the residents and take the time to get to know us and they always make sure we have what we need. They make sure we are going to meetings and doing what we're supposed to and I think that is awesome cuz Im used to just doing whatever I want. This is place is a great start if you really want recovery. A+ in my book.
Atlanta Men's 1 has been great so far, corey and calvin welcomed me in and made me feel comfortable as soon as I got here. They showed me to my apartment with a bed already made for me and introduced me to my roommates who offered to help me with anything I might need. The atmosphere here is like its a big family and that has made getting settled in really easy. I got to go to a meeting my first night here and they are helping me get a sponsor cuz I am used to NA and was wary about going to AA but they gave me advice that has me excited about attending AA now. I look forward to my stay here and woudl reccommend this place to anyone needing help
I transferred to ATL Men's 1 last week from a different campus. I did not want to transfer at all and was kinda mad that I had to, but after getting here and talking with the staff I could not be happier that I ended up here. These guys really care about the residents and push recovery hard, it was awesome to feel that they actually care about my well being and that they want the best for us. I am starting a new job that sounds like it will be a great fit for me and pays well. I was at the other campus for about 3 weeks and didn't get to go to a clothing closet so I was having to wash the few things I had multiple times a week, Corey and Calvin gave me basically a new wardrobe so I am set-up now. This place seems to run really smooth and the community is pretty tight from what i've seen, I like the atmosphere. We get to go to outside meetings twice a day too. Thank you to this staff and the program in general, I appreciate everything thus far!
I'm at the Atlanta Mens 1 campus and this place has been great since I walked in the door. Corey and Calvin have made sure I had everything I need and helped me get a sponsor cuz this is the first time im in a program so I didn't really know what to do. My bed was made for me when I got here and I felt like I was home. The counseling sessions are really helpful and I am starting to open up at the AA meetings. I can't thank sla and the staff at my campus enough. Really glad I came here!
I've been at the Atlanta Men's 1 campus going on 2 months now and it has been awesome! I came in with no where else to go and my family barely speaking to me. The staff has always made sure I have what I need and have pushed me to work my recovery as hard as I can. I am already seeing that those promises they were talking about really come true if you put the work in. My family reaches out to me and actually wants to talk to me, they even brought me to see my little brother graduate. No way that would have happened if it wasn't for sla. I am gainfully employed at a job I actually like, I have a great sponsor that is pushing me to work the steps and I have hope for my future for the first time in a long time. I highly recommend this place if you want a better life and an opportunity to start moving forward from active addiction. Thank you to Corey, Calvin and sla for helping save my life.
Atlanta Men's 1 has been a life saver for me. I came in with nothing to my name besides the clothes on my back and no hope that I could get my life back on track. The staff here made me feel welcome and comfortable as soon as I arrived, they had a bed already made for me and had plenty of extra clothes that I could go through and keep. Corey and Calvin made sure I had something to eat and didn't go hungry until I could get my first paycheck. I got a good job and started working within a week! They even got me work boots. We get to go to AA meetings every day and anytime I have needed to talk, Calvin and Corey has been not only available but willing to sit down with me and talk thru anything going on with me. The staff here truly cares about us residents and I can't thank them enough for giving me an opportunity to get my life back on track! SLA is a great place and ATL Men's 1 is the place to be
I've been at the Atlanta Men's 1 campus for a couple months now and it has been life saving to say the least. I came down here from New York beaten, broken and bruised and needed to find a new way of life. The staff has been great since the day I arrived, always there to help me with anything I need. They are always available and give me hope that I can be successful again by sharing their experiences with me and pushing me to work the steps. This place has been a blessing for me! Would recommend this program to anyone that needs help with this disease!
I have been in SLA for few months in Atlanta 1 recently transferring to a different location Duluth 1.And To be honest it has really added structure to my life especially at this location.Sean Smith the director is a great director.If I had any needs or questions he was there to answer me and help me.My stay has been great and they willing to work with you as long as you are willing to put forth the work yourself.I have been able to rebuild my life and everyone see a change in me.Don't believe the hype cause this program has helped me save my life and build a better relationship with my wife and kids.So I advise anyone if you have a desire to change your life and build stability and a new self confidence when it seems all hope is lost.No point in procrastinating SLA is a good program.If you seen me when I first came I was a hot mess but now I'm striving for perfection inside and outside.All I can say is.Look at me now
#Atlanta Men's 1 has been the new start I needed! I came in beat up and broken, I had lost my nephew to an overdose the morning I came in here. The staff welcomed me with open arms, made me comfortable and told me it was going to be okay. They talked with me about my nephew for awhile, telling me similar stories that they had went thru themselves which gave me hope. I got set up with food stamps, work boots and a job within the first week. I have started working with a sponsor and get to hit meetings every day. If you truly want help in living a positive life and staying clean, this place is where its at
I've been at Atlanta Men's 1 for almost 2 weeks now and this campus has been nothing but a blessing for me, I had been to different locations in the past but the staff here goes above and beyond for all of the residents. I came in with the clothes on my back and no food, I was worried to say the least. Corey and Michael sat down with me and immediately took that worry away by setting me up with clothes and plenty of food before I even got to my room. I could see that these guys really care and they shared their experiences with me. They got me a good job that I like to do and always check in to see how I'm doing and if they can do anything else to help. Highly recommend this place if you want a new way of life!
So far this program has helped save my life and get it back on track. I have relapsed multiple times in my attempt to remain sober. The leadership has worked with me thoroughly to maintain a plan of action and accountability. They helped me get work within the first 2 days of being there and provided food as well as transportation To and from work as well as for grocery runs. The living arrangements are good and overall a great program. The people there are very understanding and friendly yet adhere to proper rules for the sake of sober living. They also provide letters as needed for court issues or work.
Nothingbut great things to say about Sober Living America and Atlanta Men's 1. I was at one of the lowest places in my life when i made the phone call to SLA telling them i needed help. They welcomed me with opened arms and couldnt have made the process any easier. They were very accommodating to my physical ailments and made sure that i was confortable as soon as i arrived. It's been 4 months since i made that call and i am ever so thankful that i did. I cant thank SLA and the Atl 1 mens team enough!
I came to SLA 5 months ago with absolutely no idea how it would change my life. I was hopeless, burned almost every bridge I had, and didnât know how to love myself or anyone else. During these past five months I have reconciled relationships with loved ones I never thought I would. I have learned more about myself, and formed friendships that I will cherish for the rest of my life. SLAâs patience and understanding with every individual in this program really sets them apart from other organizations and actually gave me the impression that I was cared about and that I can beat my addiction. Forever grateful.
I've been in sober liveing America 14m and happier then I've been in years this is one of the best places of recovery I've. Been in I've been in twenty this the best meetings work they take you to and from when the time is right you can move into the company and work for them if thats what you would like to do i have chosen to do so because i want to give back to the recovery program that saved my life
I came to the SLA Atlanta Mens 1 campus 4 months ago not knowing what to expect. The staff welcomed me into the program and helped assist me with everything that I needed to get back on my feet. They helped me gain employment, placed me in an apartment with a few others guys that are apart of the program who helped me get adjusted. This place truly saved my life and I would recommended it to anyone that I know.
A family member told me about SLA and at that point I was willing to do anything as long as I could just get help so I googled Sober Living America, called the help center number that is on the websites main page and after a 5 minute phone call i was accepted into the program with no money down, all I had to do was get a bus ticket to the greyhound station closest to the Atlanta 1 campus and once I arrived there on the bus then staff picked me Up immediately. Iâve been here for 3 months now and this place has truly changed/saved m life. I couldnt recommenced this place enough to anyone seeking help with addiction. I canât thank all of the staff members enough!
I was literally at rock bottom when i called Sober Living. I came to Atlanta Mens 1. My life was total chaos. I wanted to go to sleep and never wake up. But I made the call and they told me they would take me. I wasn't used to people saying they would take me in. In the two months that I have been here my life has changed so much. I have friends. I have a great job. I have a sobriety network. This place has given me hope and changed my life. The staff here is caring and dedicated. If you are struggling with addiction, do what I did and make the call.
I am currently at the Greenville 2 SLA location and my experience here at this location and SLA in general, is going great, I love it. Its helped me alot and kept me sober, as of yesterday I am 2 weeks sober and progressing foward. The staff members are great and know all about recovery and I would highly recommend this program.
Sober living america has given me an opportunity at a new life. They have given me the structure and tools to really make a difference in this transition of my recovery. I am truly grateful for this program and all it has to offer.
#Spartanburg SLA has taught me a lot. I have been here for over 3 months and did not think I would ever make it. When I came in I was welcome with open arms and they showed me the way to stay sober. The meetings are great and full of knowledge and experience. Would recommend to anyone.
#Spartanburg This is a great place to get the help you need. I came here and my expectations were exceeded. I have met a lot of great people and got the tools I need to stay clean and sober. This program works if you work it.
Very clean apartments with staff members that are truly dedicated to making you feel as comfortable as possible while going through what is a very difficult time for most. This has been the best experience for myself and my loved ones. I would recommend SLA to anyone who is willing to do whatever it takes to begin a new life.
Sober Living America has given me a second chance. The opportunity to become self sufficiant and grow within a strong knit community and develop not only a solid relationship with my family, but also with others in a healthy way. Ashton Spears (Marietta 2 Director) has a true and genuine care and respect for the residents here. She has shown me what accountability is and what leading a sober life has to offer. I am truly grateful for SLA and the staff that work very hard to meet my needs and guide me towards a better life.
I am writing a review from the Atlanta Women's Campus. I have been here, voluntarily, since 11/22/19. Although I will graduate this month, I plan to stay a full year, based on my experience, thus far. The staff truly cares for the clients and have the wisdom to pass on to us from their own experience, strength and hope. I think of it as filling my "toolbox" with all the tools necessary to use in order to live a sober and meaningful life when I leave. The living arrangements are also fantastic, in that you can build a great network with other addicts and alcoholics, such as myself., to rely on when life shows up (good and bad.) Program fees are very reasonable, transportation is provided, a variety of outside AA meetings are available, as well. The most important thing for me is the availability of the staff to us, at all times. I give SLA Atlanta 5 star!