Sober Living in South Philadelphia
Revival Transitional Living

Philadelphia’s Best in Sober Living

Our goal at Revival is simple: to provide the best sober living homes for those suffering from substance use disorder.  Our recovery homes are structured to help people return to their lives with a fresh, new outlook, free from alcohol, narcotics, and all other substances.  During your stay, you will have access to a support network of other individuals on their road to recovery along with group trips and activities, staff that is here for you 24/7, and much more.

Though we are located in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we welcome anyone across the United States.

If you have completed substance abuse treatment and need a stable environment to help you continue your recovery journey, Revival’s recovery homes are here for you.  Our first priority is creating a comfortable living space for those who truly want to live a sober life.  Our clean, family-like atmosphere and amenities are integral to our recovery process and are made to make you feel as comfortable as possible to give you that reset you need to continue your life relapse-free.

As of 2022, the rate of drug & alcohol relapse is above 80%.  The vast majority of those who’ve underwent addiction treatment experience relapse more than once.  Recovery can be a long process and is different for everyone.  There is no shame to feel in relapsing, as our staff have been personally affected by addiction and understand what you are going through.  Do not be afraid to reach out to us if you believe you or a loved one can benefit from sober living.  Our doors are open to everyone regardless of background, situation or past experiences.

Health & Wellness
Revival Transitional Living
  • Live-in Resident Manager On-Site
  • Washer & Dryer in House
  • All Residences Fully Furnished
  • Nutrition Planning & Cooking Classes Upon Request
Comfort & Recreation
Sober Living in Philadelphia
  • Pleasant Home-Like Atmosphere
  • Cable TV & Wi-Fi
  • Computer, Printer & Wireless Internet
  • Volunteer Activities
  • On- & Off-site Group Activities
A New Outlook
Revival Transitional Living
  • A Smooth Transition Back to Life
  • Stress Management
  • Utilizing Positive Energy
  • Replace Fear with Love
  • Community

What is Sober Living?

Sober living homes, also known as recovery homes, recovery houses, etc. are houses for people who have just finished addiction treatment to have a safe environment to live in for a varying amount of time.  The purpose of these homes are to prevent people from relapsing.

Why not just go home?  In most cases, the home of a person who’s addicted to drugs or alcohol is detrimental to their sobriety.  Their current living situation may encourage them to continue using.  Recovery homes put rules and regulations in place to prevent relapse as well as set up the guest with a comfortable living space and group of people having the same struggle to communicate with.  Studies have shown that those who attended sober living homes have had a much higher chance of not relapsing than those who went straight home.

Are Recovery Homes Right for Me?

Before choosing Revival, ask yourself these questions:

  • Would I Benefit from Transitional Living?
  • What Are Transitional Living Homes?

Trying to stay sober after leaving treatment can feel overwhelming.  Having a safe, supportive place to transition into recovery can make all the difference.

We’re here to make sure your journey to stability is clean, safe and memorable. Our transitional living homes are always up-to-date, well-taken care of, and decorated to promote a stress-free atmosphere.

The road to recovery is not easy. Our goal is to ensure that not only do you have a wonderful stay, but you leave feeling rejuvenated; like a brand-new person ready to take on the world.

We’ve helped many others in similar positions achieve a new sober life. With the right attitude and resources, you can make a vital step forward in a new direction.

We’re located in Philadelphia, PA, but accept guests from anywhere in the United States.


Start Your Path to Sober Living

All of us here at Revival Transitional Living have been personally affected by addiction and substance abuse.  We would like you to take comfort in knowing there is no shame in reaching out for help.  If you believe our recovery homes will be beneficial for you or a loved one, call or contact us for admissions or with any questions you may have.  Our guests are not a number in a system.  They are a part of our family and recovery support circle.

Admissions Process

Step 1: Phone Interview
If you feel as though sober living is right for you, contact us today via phone or contact form.  We will then schedule a phone interview.  During this phone interview, tell us about yourself, your background, and where you are on your road to recovery.  This will help us get to know you better for creating a road map for your recovery process and stay at Revival’s sober living homes.

Step 2: In-Person Assessment of Needs & Drug Screening
At the end of our phone interview, we will then schedule an in-person meeting.  The purpose of this meeting is to determine your needs for your stay at Revival and set recovery goals for yourself.  You will also have to undergo a drug screening at this time.

Step 3: Individualized Care Plan
No two stories of addiction are the same and it is very important each person is put under a care plan that will work for them.  We will use the information from your phone interview and in-person assessment to construct a plan catered specifically towards your needs for recovery.

Step 4: Progress Check
After your individualized care plan is complete, you will then be admitted into Revival’s sober living homes.  Occasionally, during your stay, we will sit down with you and have progress checks to see where you are mentally, your progress on your individualized care plan, and if there is anything else we can do to make you feel safe and at home.

Step 5: Discharge Plan
Nearing the end of your stay time, we will create a discharge plan based on the progress you made during your time at Revival.  The discharge plan is made to ensure your transition from Revival back your home will be the most effective in helping you stay sober and free from drug and alcohol abuse moving forward.

What Our Guests Have to Say

Contact Us for Admissions or Questions

(267) 778-8937

If you or a loved one would like to take the next step towards sober living, have any questions regarding admissions, or would like to know more about our recovery homes in general, contact us by phone or form.

Addiction is a tough position to be in, but always remember that you’re not alone.  Reaching out to others for help and support is an essential part of the recovery process.  As people who are in recovery ourselves, Revival understands what it is like to be affected by substance abuse and we will be happy to assist you with your needs.

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