Why Sober Living?
Project Turnabout believes that while treatment happens through discovery, recovery happens through community. That is why we opened two sober living homes in Willmar, Minnesota. Our homes serve as a starting point for those in recovery to again become responsible members of the community.
Our non-licensed private residences for men and women provide a gambling, alcohol, and drug-free environment. They offer inexpensive and temporary housing for up to two years. Residents are able to continue their recovery and learn the living skills necessary to rejoin the community safely and successfully. All while enjoying continuous support of other recovering individuals.
Each of our homes include many amenities and resources, such as:
- Off-Site or On-Site Manager
- On-Site Laundry (Included)
- Fully Furnished Rooms and Kitchen
- Accessible Public Transportation
- Wi-Fi, Cable Packages, and Utilities (All Included)
The residents have opportunities to advance their skills and education. Through the area, they can access academic resources, skill building networks, and area employment opportunities. The residents are required to attend three recovery support meetings weekly.
Men’s Sober Living (Earl’s Place)
Earl’s Place, named after Earl I. Olson, has been operating in the Willmar, Minnesota community for over 16 years. The Men’s Sober Living home is open to all men who have completed a primary care program for alcohol, drug, or gambling addictions. Learn more about Earl’s Place here.
Women’s Sober Living (Cheri’s Place)
Cheri’s Place, named after Project Turnabout board member Cheri Weismantel, was inspired by women for women completing treatment and beginning recovery and has been open for over 2 years. Our Women’s Sober Living home is open to all women who have completed a primary care program for alcohol, drug, or gambling addictions. Learn more about Cheri’s Place here.
We’re happy to answer any questions you may have.
Please contact us at 1-800-862-1453 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.