Way of Life operates a network of recovery and sober homes throughout the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania region.
Way of Life’s affordable, upscale, spacious, clean, and comfortable accommodations are matched only by the safe, nurturing, and highly accountable environment found within. Our sober living homes provide only the highest quality recovery-based services for a variety of addictions such as; drugs, alcoholism, opiates, pain management, and prescription medicine abuse. Furthermore, Way of Life’s dedicated housing solutions for medication-assisted recovery (buprenorphine, suboxone, naltrexone, antibuse and more) uniquely address the needs of these clients.
We also provide additional holistic health and wellness services such as a gym memberships, regular recreational activities, employment support services, and more – helping residents form meaningful friendships amongst each other and impactful relationships within the greater community.
Conveniently located in thriving recovery communities, all of Way of Life’s premier sober living homes are a short walk to public transportation, clubhouses, hospitals, and other important community centers.
Way of Life is a member of the Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences. PARR is dedicated to ensuring that individuals in recovery can find safe and supportive housing in the State of Pennsylvania. Our alliance provides a guidance and variety of resources to recovery residence operators to ensure that residents who live in PARR certified houses have the very best chances of succeeding in their recovery journey.
We are also a member of the Bucks County Recovery House Association. Members of the BCRHA are owners who have voluntarily joined this organization, been accepted into the association, and agree to abide by a set of standards set in place by the Board, including inspection, permitting, bylaws, and a grievance process.
We are dedicated to providing a supportive, more affordable, and safe environment for rehabilitation–helping residents achieve a happy, healthy, sober lifestyle.
While in our homes, individuals in recovery are surrounded by others who share a common experience and support one another in sobriety. In this way, they develop much-needed independent living skills in a nurturing environment that offers stability, consistency.
Way of Life sober living residents make friends, hold each other accountable, share laughter, have fun and begin to experience a meaningful sober life.