Texas Sober Living
Sober Living Homes
On this page, you’ll find Texas sober living homes, Texas sober living environments, Texas recovery housing, Texas halfway houses, Texas 3/4 houses, and Texas recovery residences.
In Texas you'll find warm weather, friendly faces, and a thriving recovery community to help you during your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
With an estimated population of approximately 26 million people (census.gov, 2012 est.), Texas provides both resource-rich metropolitan areas and wide open country spaces. Texas has many interesting destinations to visit, such as the San Antonio River Walk, often called Texas' #1 tourist destination. History lovers will find a lot to learn in Texas. As early as 1837, the Republic made several attempts to negotiate annexation with the United States. Opposition within the republic from the nationalist faction, along with strong abolitionist opposition within the United States, slowed Texas's admission into the Union. Texas was finally annexed when the expansionist James K. Polk won the election of 1844. On December 29, 1845, Congress admitted Texas to the U.S. as a constituent state of the Union In 1900, Texas received the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history during the Galveston hurricane. On January 10, 1901, the first major oil well in Texas, Spindletop, was found south of Beaumont. Other fields were later discovered nearby in East Texas, West Texas, and under the Gulf of Mexico. The resulting "Oil Boom" transformed Texas An interesting fact about Texas is that in 1820, American Moses Austin was granted land in Texas from Spanish officials. In 1821, his son, Stephen Austin, brought 300 families to farm along the Brazos River in Texas. Mexico won independence from Spain in 1821, extended the boundaries of Austin’
For those seeking recovery, Texas has a wealth of resources. Sober living houses are prolific throughout the state, in both metropolitan and rural areas. The largest metropolitan areas in the state are Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, and Fort Worth.
For those looking for work, Texas has an average unemployment rate of 6.5%. If it is higher education you're seeking, Texas is home to The University of Texas, Texas A & M, and University of Houston.
Take a look at the list of Texas sober living homes below. Once you find a sober living home you're interested in, fill out the contact form on that page and someone will promptly respond to you. If you'd like to speak with someone directly in reference to one of these sober living homes, please contact us at (888) 70-NEXUS.