If you’re reading this, I know you started your sober living home for one simple reason: to create a safe, nurturing and support-ive space to help people get back on their feet. But unfortunately, the realities of running a business are far less simple.
When you’re paying $40k a year for a house manager and $45k for a case manager on top of skyrocketing utility bills and con-stant maintenance costs, every empty bed threatens to shut you down.
I wrote this guide because we’re both in this industry for the right reasons. I want to help you succeed — while making choices that make you proud and benefit your clients.
CEO, NuLife Wellness Group
" The results have been very favorable. Our clients finally look forward to getting up and participating in their intensive outpatient program… It also alleviates transportation costs for the sober living. We look forward to continue to work with NuLife, in this state-of-the-art-forward-thinking program. ”
- Kate Toomey, True Hope Calling
“ I think NuLife is onto to something big for the future of recovery. Telemedicine has eliminated the need for travel and the opportunity for vulnerable people to get caught up with the wrong crowd in an overcrowded IOP… Our sober living has a couple girls that participate in NuLife’s IOP and thus far I have seen an improvement in the girl's behavior and their interaction with others. ”
- Lorelei Leslie, House in the Hills
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