Virginia Sober Living
Sober Living Homes
On this page, you’ll find Virginia sober living homes, Virginia sober living environments, Virginia recovery housing, Virginia halfway houses, Virginia 3/4 houses, and Virginia recovery residences.
In Virginia you'll find cool 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 8.1 million people (census.gov, 2012 est.), Virginia provides both resource-rich metropolitan areas and wide open country spaces. Virginia has many interesting destinations to visit, such as Mount Vernon Estate, the home of President George Washington and his wife, Martha. History lovers will find a lot to learn in Virginia. Virginia was one of the 13 Colonies in the American Revolution and joined the Confederacy in the American Civil War, during which Richmond was made the Confederate capital and Virginia's northwestern counties seceded to form the state of West Virginia. New economic forces also changed the Commonwealth. Virginian James Albert Bonsack invented the tobacco cigarette rolling machine in 1880 leading to new industrial scale production centered around Richmond. In 1886, railroad magnate Collis Potter Huntington founded Newport News Shipbuilding, which was responsible for building six major World War I-era battleships for the U.S. Navy from 1907–1923. An interesting fact about Virginia is that in 1607, Captain John Smith established the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown. Many settlers died that winter from starvation. Fortunately, ships bringing new colonists with food and supplies arrived early in the spring.
For those seeking recovery, Virginia 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 Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Arlington, and Richmond.
For those looking for work, Virginia has an average unemployment rate of 5.7%. If it is higher education you're seeking, Virginia is home to Liberty University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and George Mason University.
Take a look at the list of Virginia 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.