Transitional Living Program

Talbott’s Transitional Living Program provides a healthy, supportive and structured living environment for individuals who have completed a Talbott Recovery treatment program and want more accountability and guidance. Each resident is assisted with implementing the critical skills learned in addiction treatment into a successful way of living in recovery.

About Our Recovery Community

Upon completion of the primary phase of addiction treatment, each patient needing more structure and time will transfer to the Transitional Living Program. Residents continue to live in a recovery community, go to 12-Step meetings daily, and participate in a Peer Support Group and community group therapy for addiction once a week.

A Talbott staff member lives in the recovery community and is available to monitor and assist with any problems or questions residents may have. All patients are required to follow rules and guidelines designed for the Transitional Living Program, and each resident is required to work, be a volunteer, or go to school for at least 20 hours each week as part of transitional living at Talbott.

The transitional living community is a place to practice using the tools of addiction recovery and to focus on applying the 12-Steps to solve every day problems while living with other recovering individuals. Honesty (behavioral and emotional) is the foundation of a durable recovery. When combined with openness to direction and experience of others, and the willingness to follow suggestions, a strong foundation for individual recovery and a stronger community is developed.

Talbott’s Transitional Living program is another step in the addiction treatment recovery process that helps to provide every opportunity for a healthy and happy recovery and a lifetime free of the anguish and pain that can come with substance abuse and addiction.

Learn More about Transitional Living

Intensive outpatient addiction treatment and the Transitional Living program at Talbott Recovery are two reasons why we remain an effective and proactive “place of new beginnings” for men and women desiring to escape from the pain and suffering of addiction.

For more information about our recovery community, visit our Contact Us page and reach out with any questions you may have. If you or a loved one are ready to begin an initial treatment program with, please visit our Admissions page to get started on the road to a healthy and happy recovery.