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Living Sober (12 weeks)

Living Sober is a 12-week group which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Clients are expected to attend three AA/NA meetings each week and have regular sponsor contact while in treatment. Clients will learn how to manage the ongoing challenges related to triggers, cravings, risky situations, sober support and life stresses.

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