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Structured Living LLC.

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Address
Briarwood Circle 
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
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Primary Services   Recovery Related Service
Type of Care   Recovery Related Services for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service.
Services Provided Substance Abuse and Recovery Related Service. Examples of service that may be offered: Drug Rehab, Alcohol Treatment, Inpatient Drug Rehab, OutPatient, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Residential Treatment 
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 Editor's Review

 Structured Living LLC offers 8 sober living facilities for men & women in Ann Arbor. "0" Tolerance, Random Drug Tests with resident house managers. Nicely furnished, located on buslines at subsidized costs that include all utilities, cable,internet, laundry, appliances and parking.Housing clients from treatment centers nationwide including Betty Ford CA, Hazeldon MN & Brighton Hospital MI.


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These sober houses are a boon. A simple idea that has been initiated by someone grateful in recovery with a vision to "giveback". I bet there are many in recovery who have the financial resources and would be of immense help to others if they made an effort to reach down in their pockets and put their money where their mouth is. Hats off to this "giveback" venture. I guess it takes passion and gumption to start a cause driven enterprise without expecting any financial gains in the process. Not to mention the responsibility and risks involved. Someone sure has a strong spine & broad shoulders. Boy! we could sure use more of such citizens. Keep up the good work ! 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Mike Rowley on 06/06/2010 09:38:00 AM 

Late last year, I had to conclude an extensive research on sober transitional facilities in the Ann Arbor area for my 24 year old son to move-in after completing a six month drug treatment at a leading rehab clinic in CA. Upon weighing my options, I chose Structured Living. My son now has been a resident at one of their sober houses in Ann Arbor since December 2009 and is doing better than he ever did. He loves the support he receives from his peers and has recently rejoined classes at the University of Michigan. I am very satisfied with the choice I made and would recommend sober homes offered by Structured Living for anyone who is really serious about their recovery. Despite their compassionate and caring approach, the zero tolerance policy at these houses is exercised strictly.I am afraid anyone moving in who is not willing or ready to abide by their simple structure shall not last long. My son often quotes the words drilled into the psyche of the residents, "You Use You Lose - You Drink You Sink" . Farmington Hills, MI  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Kelly O'Conner on 03/28/2010 03:52:00 PM 

A boon to the Ann Arbor community at large and to those in recovery in particular, the sober residential services provided by Structured Living LLC is a true "giveback" in the practical sense. I come across residents from these houses at every AA/NA meeting I attend. They have good words for their sober housing provider, Structured Living. These persons, both men and women seem to be taking their sobriety very seriously. I have also come across a few who were against this place and were announcing at the meetings that these houses are no good. I laterlearnt that these individuals were on their "mission to get even" after being evicted for not passing a drug test. I have not seen these guys for some months now. I pray they are fine but the information floating is that they are out using and still experimenting. I have visited only two of their sober houses just a few times to give a rides to the residents to or from a meeting. My impression of what I have seen of these places and especially based on the active sober lifestyle of the residents is really good. I have visited other sober homes in the area as well and can comfortably state that Structured Living homes are doing a really fine job thru their zero tolerance policy. This place is definitely not for anyone who does not take his / her recovery seriously. They will save themselves a ton of avoidable grief and resentment by moving-in sober homes that are there for making money and more lenient. I maybe wrong but this is my personal opinion.  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Mike McCarthy on 03/14/2010 03:38:00 AM 

A boon to the Ann Arbor community at large and to those in recovery in particular, the sober residential services provided by Structured Living LLC is a true "giveback" in the practical sense. I come across residents from these houses at every AA/NA meeting I attend. They have good words for their sober housing provider, Structured Living. These persons, both men and women seem to be taking their sobriety very seriously. I have also come across a few who were against this place and were announcing at the meetings that these houses are no good. I laterlearnt that these individuals were on their "mission to get even" after being evicted for not passing a drug test. I have not seen these guys for some months now. I pray they are fine but the information floating is that they are out using and still experimenting. I have visited only two of their sober houses just a few times to give a rides to the residents to or from a meeting. My impression of what I have seen of these places and especially based on the active sober lifestyle of the residents is really good. I have visited other sober homes in the area as well and can comfortably state that Structured Living homes are doing a really fine job thru their zero tolerance policy. This place is definitely not for anyone who does not take his / her recovery seriously. They will save themselves a ton of avoidable grief and resentment by moving-in sober homes that are there for making money and more lenient. I maybe wrong but this is my personal opinion.  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Mike McCarthy on 03/14/2010 03:38:00 AM 

I would recommend these houses to anyone in recovery who wants to live a structured and comfortble life in a sober home at rather very reasonable charges. [ the services are subsidized by the founder owner ] These places are very comfortable,furnished, located in clean neighborhoods. All ammenities are included. However, be aware that these houses guard their structure very jealously. In case you are not ready to change your mindset, fully willing to abide by their structure, do not approach them to move in. You will end up being evicted promptly. No refunds. Zero Tolerance. No exceptions. Only serious persons, hungry for a clean sober life need apply. Good Luck!!  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Nathan Shoemaker on 03/13/2010 03:04:00 PM 

I am a social worker / therapist with a regional community service agency in MI. Currently I have three clients residing in Structured Living LLC sober residential facilitiesin Ann Arbor, MI. My clients have nothing but good things to say for their living conditions and the group support they have received from living in these houses which I visit regularly. I place these facilities among the very best in terms of comfort, support & structure.. No Nonsense & Zero Tolerance. Low Subsidized Charges. Privately Financed By Founder. No gifts or donations accepted. A true equal opportunity care "giveback" as far as I am concerned. I have met residents at these houses from leading treatment centers like Hazelden MN & Betty Ford Clinic in CA celebrate sobriety. That should apeak for itself. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Melissa J on 03/13/2010 01:04:00 PM 

These houses are ideal for early recovery. I would strongly recommend these houses to anyone fighting addiction to alcohol or drugs. Good support. Comfortable . However, absolutely "zero" tolerance. So be careful. Not a place for anyone who is not ready to put 100% effort into recovery. If you are really serious to lead a sober life, than these houses are the place for you. You shall turn your life around, develop healthy relationships, be gainfully employed and begin to realize your dreams, slowly but surely. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Ryan McDonald on 03/10/2010 05:57:00 AM 

I have read with interest the earlier reviews posted for Structured Living sober homes in Ann Arbor and do agree with the general feedback that you need consider residing at one of their eight houses only if you are dead serious about your recovery. If you are, you will enjoy a lot of support amidst comfortable living at very reasonable cost. It very well will help you change your life for the better. If you take your recovery casually and not ready to change your mindset that got you there in the first place, you will be asked to leave or thrown out. No exemptions. The long and short of it is that "these guys do not mess around" and guard the integrity of their houses jealously. BE CAREFUL. This is not hearsay. I have my step son staying with them for nearly an year now and watched it happen. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Jason McCarthy on 03/07/2010 03:01:00 AM 

These houses are more like a "home" and provide a warm feeling of belonging. Good Practical Zero Tolerance rules are carefully implemented. I found my stay, which lasted for more than 6 months to be very helpful. I left in November 2009 for work related reasons. The living conditions are comfortable and nicely furnished with all the comforts that one finds at home. They are very strict about cleanniness. Clutter and tardiness is an evictable offense after one warning. Their saying is " Clutter outside is a reflection of one's clutter inside yourself" and that without discipline, recovery is a far cry. If you are really serious about getting your life together, then these houses are for you. Otherwise, do not waste your time and money. Any one who is non serious with a half hearted approach or just looking to stay in a sober house to please the courts or parents is in for a rude awakening. I have seen "jokers" last a day while those who are sincere and want sobriety have been there for three plus years. I rate their services to be excellent.  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Dan Abbott on 02/23/2010 01:40:00 AM 

I myself am a recovering addict since 1999. One of my sponsees is currently living in a sober house provided by Structured Living LLC. During the course of last few years, I have had to visit quite a few sober facilities for one reason or another. This place is by far the best of all sober homes I have been to. Good location in one of the better neighborhoods, clean and well run. What impressed me the most is the fact that I saw this place turn down a good sum of donation by a grateful parent whose kid had made it sober for more than a year. Instead, they sugeested that the funds be given to the community shelter or Alano club. I was later informed that the founder owner of these houses has instructed that no moneies to be accepted as it is against his principles and shall hinder in running a clean "zero" tolerance operation. With money not being an issue, this place can afford to implement zero tolerance rules and maintain its mission above board. Not many places can. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Sean Smith on 02/18/2010 03:12:00 PM 

My son is a current resident in one of sober houses run by Structured Living. I visit him on a regular basis. His stay since the last two months seems to have helped him a lot. As a concerned parent, I can safely recommend these sober residential facilities to anyone looking for a clean, rather upscale facilty at affordable price. The homes have structured practical rules, random drug tests and strictly supervised. The resident house manager informs that the services are subsidized by the founder. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Sean Collins on 02/17/2010 05:34:00 AM 

Though I am not a resident, I have visited one of their facility in Ann Arbor on numerous occassions to meet with my friend who is in recovery and resides at a sober house provided by Structured Living. I am very impressed by the upkeep and disciplined atmosphere in the house where my friend is living for the past six months or so. Compared to other sober housing in the Detroit area, I would safely rate these facilities as excellent.  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: manni on 02/05/2010 06:01:00 AM 

Currently I am clean and "normal" for a little more than three years. Living in a female sober home with strict structure helped me a lot in my recovery. The rules are simple and not hard to follow for anyone who wants to make a change in their life for the better. We had 6 females in a 3 bedrooms house with 2.5 bathrooms. Well furnished with cable, internet and laundry. At less than $500 per month, I had it good there during my stay for seven months. I did not get along with everyone of my roommates but learnt how to adjust in an otherwise very comfortable and supportive environment. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Barbara Hilton on 02/05/2010 02:01:00 AM 

For those in recovery who are very serious to stay clean & sober, these houses are really good. Neat, clean, good location, with practical "zero" tolerance rules. All comforts of home with ammeneties. The person who started it, I am told subsidizes these places to a good extemt. Someone has deep pockets and a large heart. Hope more people with resources where out there helping the community. I was a resident for 18 months. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Bran Hilton on 02/04/2010 12:40:00 AM 

Ive been sober now over 7mos. and this house has helped me achieve that. A great group of guys with the same goal(to remain alcohol/drug free), supporting each other and building healthy friendships. All the comforts of home too. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Paul Lampinen on 02/03/2010 08:14:00 AM 

I owe everything to this house, I just got 7mos. sober, drink/drug free and am currently residing at Structured Living. All the comforts of home and other guy's who are staying sober to give me support. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Paul Lampinen on 02/02/2010 08:57:00 AM 

 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Prti Kaur on 01/31/2010 06:54:00 PM 

Structured Living facilities provide a safe community environment to overcome addiction. I would highly recommend them!  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: on 01/31/2010 04:03:00 PM 

Structured Living facilities provide a safe community environment to overcome addiction. I would highly recommend them!  

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: on 01/31/2010 04:02:00 PM 

Ideal for early recovery. 

ExcellentExcellent Rating   Post by: Manni Jay on 01/31/2010 03:10:00 PM 

Based upon my experience, I would recommend these houses for anyone in early recovery. Nicely furnished, well monitored, clean and comfortable accommodation at really low charges. Someone is doing a great job for the recovering community. Wish there were more of such undertakings as God knows how much we need them. 

Very GoodVery Good Rating   Post by: David Ross on 01/31/2010 03:06:00 PM 

I would recommmend these "0" tolerance aftercare sober facilities to anyone serious to lead a sober life. Financially supported by a recovering alcoholic who takes personal interest in the upkeep, the houses are well managed and comfortable. "A great bang for the buck". 

Very GoodVery Good Rating   Post by: Navi Johar on 01/11/2010 06:41:00 AM 



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