We offer a wide range of sober living services, all individually designed to help you reach your full potential. Just a few of the things we offer, for example, are:
We provide motivated Men a foundation upon which they may gain access to freedom from the bondage of alcoholism and addiction. We as a community are committed to making the recovery and safety of our residents our number one priority. Our sober living homes in Asheville serve as a great, and often necessary, starting place in which residents can learn to live daily life clean and sober with the guidance of other individuals who have personal experience with the recovery process. Asheville has a very strong 12-step recovery community and is a great place to start your recovery journey.
"Living at Middle River Asheville Sober Living has been a great experience for me. Middle River made transitioning from a treatment center into a recovery environment very easy. The structure of the halfway house allows you to make your own decisions while having rules that hold you accountable. It has helped me grow into a productive and respectable person, while teaching me the importance of being responsible. I owe a lot of my happiness and recovery to the structure that Middle River Asheville Sober Living has helped me build."
-- Dominic P.
"Until 9 months ago, I had used every day for about a decade, so living life on life terms was foreign to me. While in treatment, my discharge planner and I began coordinating things with Middle River Asheville. I spoke with Lisa on the phone and we discussed various procedures and rules regarding living at Middle River. When I arrived, I was greeted by Lisa, one of the owners of Middle River Sober Living. She was extremely kind yet very serious, which is a difficult and impressive temperament to have. The house was very nice, that I could hardly believe 6 male drug addicts/alcoholics had been living there. She showed me to my room and was very pleased about my situation at this point, on my bed laid a really soft blanket and bedding. After I got situated, I went to an AA meeting right up the street. Every day for the first few months, Lisa would leave extensive lists of places that were hiring in Buncombe County pretty much. Thanks to her, it was unnecessary to enter vocational rehab, because I already had a caseworker more or less finding me potential work. Adam and I, the other owner of the houses, connected right off the back, and he, like Lisa, had been brought to our knees by the same stuff. Throughout the 7 months I was at Middle River Sober Living, they became my friends, and that's something that in the 2 years prior of me bouncing around halfway houses, I had never experienced. They provided me with priceless insight and guidance that only a fellow addict, and individual actually living a spiritual life could give. I am eternally grateful for the two of them."
-- Dylan H.
"My experience at Middle River Asheville was really good. It taught me how to be responsible for myself and was a good place to be early in recovery. It helped me a lot to live with others in recovery."
-- Sheldon C.
Lance has over 4 years experience in the substance abuse and mental health field. He is an experienced Certified Peer Support Specialist.
Adam is an experienced, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Adam has over 15 years experience working in and operating drug and alcohol recovery centers.
Lisa has over 15 years experience in the substance abuse and mental health field. She received her Degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina Asheville and is currently pursuing her Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor credential.
All staff of Middle River Asheville shall value and respect each resident and put each individual’s recovery strengths and needs at the forefront of all decision making. To meet this obligation, we adhere to the following principles:
The Code of Ethics must be read and signed by all those associated with Middle River Asheville.
Individuals subject to this code are obligated to report unethical practices according to the reporting rules set forth by the affiliate.