Kayaly Sober House | Level 2 | Sober Living for Women in Warwick, Rhode Island

552 Toll Gate Road, Warwick, Rhode Island, USA
Sober Living for Women

Kayaly Sober House is a certified women’s sober living home operated by Kayaly Sober Living, a Vanderburgh House Chartered Operator in Warwick, Rhode Island. Near Providence, Kayaly Sober Living has a legacy of serving the local recovery community.

Founded nearly a decade ago, Kayaly Sober Living has served the sober living community throughout Rhode Island for ten years and is renowned for offering a quality recovery living environment for women in recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction. The Kayaly Sober House will continue to offer unmatched sober living for women in recovery for years to come.

Learn more: Addiction Recovery Resources in Warwick, Rhode Island

Kayaly Sober House | Level 2 | Sober Living for Women in Warwick, Rhode Island

The Kayaly Sober House serves women in all stages of their recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. This home is the premier sober living location in Southern Rhode Island, serving women from across New England in their Warwick, Rhode Island campus. Guests enjoy a structured sober living environment committed to recovery and led by trained and present staff. The Kayaly Sober House offers support services to women, and the home community is strong and supportive to all who wish to build a better life.

Rooms & Rates

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Weekly rate: $180

All-inclusive sober living rent payments are due in a timely manner and are not currently covered by insurance or subsidies. Rent includes:

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Urine screen costs

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Free high-speed Wi-Fi

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On-site coin-op laundry

Move-in deposit: $200

This deposit is due on or before your move-in date. It is only refundable if you complete the intake process, and if you give 30-days’ notice. Please be prepared to meet your financial obligations.

Recovery Community

The recovery home community in the Kayaly Home is strong and supportive of our dedicated group of women in recovery. With many years of service to the Warwick and Providence communities, this women’s sober house in Warwick offers a strong community led by a passionate team, including a dedicated sober living Operator and House Mentor. House leadership is trained in sober living best practices and is committed to offering true structured sober living. Guests in the sober house have chosen the Kayaly Home because of our reputation for service, commitment, and dedication to sober living. We invite you to join our community and build a new life with sisters committed to recovery just like you!

Learn more in our article: House Mentors at Vanderburgh House


Operator Information - About Kayaly Recovery LLC, Sober Living for Women in Rhode Island

This sober house is operated by Kayaly Recovery LLC, a provider of sober living throughout Rhode Island. Kayaly Recovery works with Vanderburgh House as an independent chartered Vanderburgh House sober living community. Many Vanderburgh House sober living homes are operated independently, while some are operated directly by the Vanderburgh House organization. For more information about obtaining a Vanderburgh House charter, or for information on forming a sober living community, please visit Vanderburgh Communities.

Sober Living for Women in Warwick, Rhode Island

Warwick, Rhode Island has a vibrant recovery community serving those in recovery of all ages and backgrounds, in addition to a strong sober living community. Rhode Island offers plenty of groups, especially A.A. groups, serving both men and women actively engaged in their recovery. Providence, Rhode Island is just to the north with all that a major city has to offer its guests, especially those in recovery. The State of Rhode Island’s communities are welcoming and supportive of sober living and the lifestyle of recovery. Vanderburgh House is proud to offer a recovery residence in service of the greater Rhode Island recovery community.

Learn more in our article: Warwick’s Recovery Community