Sober Living in Austin TXSober living homes in Austin for men and women
Going to a sober living home in Austin can be a great experience. Indeed, because Austin is being coined as the next Silicon Valley, the job opportunities in the tech industry are exploding. If you are looking for live music, while experiencing sober living in Texas, Austin is the perfect place for you. Home to large music events, such as SXSW. Listening to great and new music while in sober living in Austin, Texas, will not be an issue. With a growing young adult population and the support of young people in recovery, sober living in Austin, Texas, is a great fit for a young adult.
Eudaimonia Recovery Homes offers a sober living apartment community in Austin, Texas, whose program is designed for men only. This comfortable, recovery-friendly environment truly offers a unique sober living experience in Austin. Click below to explore our apartment Austin sober living offer.
Eudaimonia offers men sober living in Austin, Texas. Conveniently located on the North side of town, this men-only complex offers a lot of desirable amenities ( pool, exercise facility, community center) while providing a safe environment and long-term recovery oriented experience to our male residents.
Our three women-only locations for sober living in Austin, Texas are located in the North Central area of town. To make our female residents’ life easier, all our sober living homes are within a walking distance from restaurants, grocery stores, and a variety of businesses.
LGBTQ Sober Living in Austin Texas
Eudaimonia Recovery Homes offers LGBTQ sober living in Austin, Texas. Our Scott D. Home is a LGBTQ Mens sober living home in Austin, Texas located near bus routes, shopping and the Austin Galano Club, a 12 step group that serves LGBTQ and Allies in Recovery.
Located approximately 30 minutes from North Austin, Forbes overall No. 1 pick for an improving jobs market is Central Texas’s Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, listed at the top of the small cities list. The Killeen-area job market has expanded 2.5 percent, in large part from military spending. Austin, grouped with Round Rock and San Marcos, was the top large city on the list and sixth overall with 1.9 percent growth.