Omega Sober Living
~ Premier Sober Living, Austin 78704 ~
Discover the Perfect Sober Living Program for You.
Austin’s Leader in Quality Sober Living, Success and Longevity
Our sober living homes in Austin, TX provide awesome amenities that most don’t, with and within reasonable distance to jobs, schools, and other establishments. This proximity to different opportunities for education, employment, and entertainment makes sober living an extraordinary healing experience while you’re in recovery. If you’re looking for sober living homes in Austin, TX, Omega Sober Living might be the right fit for you!
Our sober houses in Austin, TX are in the best LOCATION in Austin, right in the heart of 78704, walking distance to downtown and the trail! We offer gender-specific homes, substance-free environments and immediate support to launch you into action. We have a support staff and a multi-level program that aims to help you INTEGRATE into life and become successful in your desired field.
The journey to continuous,
lifelong sobriety doesn’t stop
when you get out of rehab.
Taking that first step—
recognizing you need help
shows your willingness to
lead a healthier life.
78704 is the Healthiest Zip Code in Town!
Some of the Best Coffee Shops Around
Take a Walk by Town Lake
Hike One of the Many Trails Available
All Inclusive Program
- Fully supportive staff
- ATX mentor network
- Health club membership
- Weekly breathwork sessions
- Maid service
- 2 weekly house meetings
- 2 CrossFit classes a week
- Mens & Womens homes
- Walk to trails and everything
“I was a mess and was lost before I found Omega Sober Living. When I reached out to other places they kept telling me it was $ amount for a bed. Omega talked about a program and that’s what I needed.”
“Omega was the healing environment I was looking for. I love the staff and their approach was very effective. The location was also really good.”
“It’s been a couple of years since I went through the program at Omega Sober Living. I’m proud to say I’m still enjoying the sober life. I think the most valuable part of the program for me was teaching me how to survive and stay sober in the real world.”