Frequently Asked Questions

Threshold Recovery sober living homes are community living style where residents share common areas and kitchen + refrigerator space. When a newcomer resident moves in they will live in a 2 or 3 person room for accountability. After being proven to be self-accountable they can request a single room.

Residents can and will use their phones throughout the whole stay at Threshold Recovery Sober Living. It is recommended, especially after coming from treatment for substance abuse, to keep phone use to a minimum and focus on your recovery. However, you will be using it to keep in touch with your sponsor and engage in the fellowship.

▸After 30 days and completion of step 1, the resident can request a pass home, within a 48-hr notice. We want you to focus on your sobriety and keep you on the right path.

At Threshold Recovery Sober Living we are a family, and we try to do things as a family. Sobriety should be fun. We promote fun events, activities, games, fires, bowling, etc. We want you to enjoy a healthy life and lifestyle.

Residents have to be active in their recovery at least 5 documented times a week. Therapy, 12-step meetings, church, sponsorship meetings, service opportunities, and the gym all count to your weekly documented goal.

We will help you, especially in the beginning. We are not a transportation company but we teach you how to “ask for help” within the community. Our homes are within miles of bus stops, and we are happy to assist you with any questions.

Threshold Recovery Sober Living has a line on multiple jobs. Murfreesboro, Tennesse, has many good-paying employment opportunities, especially in the service industry to help support you. At any given time 97.2 percent of Threshold residents have gainful employment. The average rate of pay is $12-$17/hour.

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Tennessee Association of Recovery Residences

Tennessee Association of Recovery Residences (TN-ARR) is a founding member of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences. TN-ARR serves anyone residing in or looking for safe, supportive recovery residences.

National Alliance for Recovery Residences

The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) is a 501-c3 nonprofit and recovery community organization (RCO) that currently serves 25 regional affiliate organizations. These affiliate organizations collectively support over 25,000 persons in addiction recovery who are living in over 2,500 certified recovery residences throughout the United States.