Seattle Sober Living is a safe, clean, and structured home created for independent adults participating in drug and alcohol recovery programs. Addiction is an isolating disease! Connection and community are essential. At Seattle Sober Living our live-in staff mentor and create a connected and supportive community. From recovery meetings to exercise, movie nights and more… you don’t have to do this alone! Call any time for details or to interview on the phone or in person.

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Sober Living Facility for
Addiction Recovery

SSL’s live-in staff provides structure and accountability and encourages communication. Staff can be available to help with life skills like navigating public transit, grocery shopping, daily planning, staying compliant with medications, job searches, resume writing, college applications. Staff daily monitor the following items:

  • Wake up times and curfews
  • Frequent random drug and alcohol testing
  • Daily check ins and connection
  • Required recovery meeting attendance
  • Optional communication with and support for family members
  • Fun and active lives! Movie nights, game nights, gym, hiking… 

Tenants go to school, work part time or full time jobs, volunteer, and/or pursue outpatient treatment elsewhere.


Transitional Housing for drug and alcohol recovery

We have fully furnished our homes to be comfortable and welcoming, offering options for shared or private bedrooms. Our transitional housing recovery facility property locations are in Capitol Hill, Green Lake and the U District.

New tenants only need to bring clothing and groceries.

Everything else is provided including

  • All utilities
  • Washer/dryer
  • Cable/wifi
  • Bath towels
  • Laundry baskets
  • Sheets and pillows
  • Coffee machines
  • Kitchenware
  • Cleaning supplies

All drug and alcohol testing is included in the cost and NEVER billed to an insurance company.

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Contact us to get to know everything SSL can offer our residents and their families.
We want to share our story and to hear yours!

For Women’s sober living homes we can also assist with a referral. Please reach out!

If you, or someone you know, are in need of this type of supportive community, please get in touch with our director David Gould today. Everyone’s story is different, and we want to listen to yours.