Transitional Living

transitional living

Transitional Living

Transitional living that caters to people recovering from addiction are often referred to as sober living. Transitional living facilities are now standard for people coming out of thirty-day residential, inpatient treatment settings, homelessness, or incarceration who need ongoing intensive therapy while being able to work or begin or reintegrate back into school and living a life in recovery.

Rural Nevada Counseling understands the challenges that our clients and future clients must face. Becoming abstinent and engaging in their recovery process is one of the most difficult decisions they will ever have to make. Yet, substance misuse is often quite insidious. People, places, and things are created to support this lifelong pathway towards substance misuse. When clients make the difficult decision to enter recovery, they often find they have created significant distrustful relationships with loved ones that can take some time to repair. Additionally, they may face homelessness or toxic living environments. These are some of the reasons Rural Nevada Counseling created several transitional living programs for our men and women seeking a fair shot at positively changing their lives.
While engaged in RNC’s Transitional Living Programs, clients will undergo medical, mental health, and substance misuse evaluations and appointments. Case Management needs assessments are conducted, goals are established, and steps are put into place so that our clients can succeed. RNC also provides targeted case management services to help clients obtain birth certificates, identification cards, driver’s licenses, establish savings accounts, employments, and work towards self-sustainability. Our transitional living programs also work closely with the criminal justice system, the Speciality Court system, DCFS, Lyon County Jail, and Nevada’s Department of Public Safety – Division of Parole and Probation when appropriate.

Additionally, RNC partners with various apartment complexes that specifically work with limited incomes so that our clients have that next step once they have completed our program geared towards independent living. An approach that removes some of the fear a client may have regarding “what is my next step?” As a result, our clients generally are less stressed and apprehensive and more willing to work full-time, save and manage their money, engage in intensive treatment, and attend support groups while completing our program. RNC assures that these clients are set up for success and have the skillsets they need to maintain their pathway towards recovery upon completion from our program.

Rural Nevada Counseling never charges our clients for their stay in our transitional living programs.
If you or someone you know who like to be considered for one of our transitional living programs, please fill out our application listed below.

Lyon County
720 South Main Street, Suite C
Yerington, NV 89447
(775) 463-6597

Sierra Meadows Business Plaza
415 Highways 95A, Suite 501
Fernley, NV 89408
(775) 575-6191

5 Pinecone Road. Suite 102
Dayton, NV 89403
(775) 246-6214

3595 US-50, Suite 2.
Silver Springs, NV 89429
(775) 577-6565

5 Pinecone Road. Suite 102
Dayton, NV 89403
(775) 246-6214

3595 US-50, Suite 2.
Silver Springs, NV 89429
(775) 577-6565

Pershing County
Lovelock
(775) 577-6565