Structured Living, LLC of Ann Arbor, MI is set to introduce a new and highly affordable, low-cost approach to addiction and alcoholism treatment centers
Online PR News – 11-February-2013 – Ann Arbor/MI – Having initially emerged into the sober living and transitional housing industry in 2005, Structured Living, LLC has grown into a network of nine highly affordable yet well regarded sober living homes – commonly referred to as halfway or 3/4 houses – throughout Ann Arbor, Michigan. As of February 1, 2013, they are formally rolling out what they are terming, “An affordable and highly effective alternative to traditional high-priced residential/inpatient drug rehab treatment.”
Considered to be the State of Michigan’s largest privately owned network of transitional living residences for recovering drug addicts and alcoholics, founder/director Davinder Singh states, “It is all too often we are faced with a client needing a higher level of clinical treatment but due to lack of financial means, he or she is simply unable to receive the critical help they so badly need.”
This affordable drug rehab and treatment alternative entails the client living at one of their nine gender-specific (male-only or female only) residences while simultaneously plugging them into various networked and licensed treatment services such; intensive daily outpatient rehab, private and/or group therapy, sober coaching, life coaching and more. Says Mr. Singh, “I have always committed to keeping this as basically a break-even endeavor for u;, it’s how I am able to give back to the universe for the love I received during my own early recovery process.” Financial backing from his personal business concerns and his commitment to afford all possible comfort and support to the residents in recovery have made Structured Living LLC., a highly effective “giveback”. Their standard monthly cost for sober living housing is set at $510 per month which, based on national averages, is considered quite low given the nature of accommodations and geographical location.
The comparison they offer on their website between traditional inpatient rehab and their revised low-cost treatment alternative is, that while even lower cost treatment can run as high as 15 or 20 thousand dollars per month, this new option can run as low as 2 or 3 thousand per month. Like any other clinical approach, variations always exist and each client is treated accordingly.
They have staff in place 7 days a week at one primary location in Ann Arbor, MI to field all inbound calls. For more information visit their website at http://www.soberooms.com or contact their admission staff at (734) 846-0966.