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Austin Serenity provides quality sober living homes for men and women in Austin, TX. Residents living in our MAT recovery homes receive recovery support, educational resources and trainings, and daily accountability. Most importantly, our residents receive acceptance and comradery that they are unable to find elsewhere. We are able to provide housing to qualified individuals free of charge. Reach out today if you or a loved one is in need of MAT sober living!
Our home is your home! We know what you're going through and we are here to help. Our team specializes in helping recovering addicts utilizing medication in their recovery journey. You are not alone.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, which is sometimes used in the treatment of opioid use disorders and can help some people to sustain recovery. Unfortunately, the sober living landscape is dominated by organizations that discriminate against recovering addicts using medications.
At Austin Serenity we understand that there are many pathways to recovery. We appreciate that abstinence-based recovery works well for many people, but we also understand that individuals utilizing medications in their recovery deserve the right to live in quality sober living homes as well. We are here to bridge the gap and serve the underserved. We are here for you.
Austin Serenity has four gender-specific sober living homes on the northside of Austin, TX. All residents receive housing completely free of charge. We are able to provide free housing based on our partnership with the University of Texas Health department.
We know that each individual's recovery journey is different. Our job is not to tell each person exactly how to live their life, but rather to provide holistic resources to help them thrive in their own way.
We know that addicts in recovery thrive with structure. Our residents are required to be productive members of the community, be home by curfew, and abstain from non-prescribed addictive substances.
No money, no problem! Our partnership with the University Of Texas Health department allows us to offer our services to qualified individuals completely free of charge. UT Health gathers valuable data from our residents to study and raise awareness around several variables relating to medication assisted treatment.