Just as an anchor provides a temporary, steady holding place in the toughest of storms, Anchor Sober Living is just that. Anchor homes are designated as a place to help those in recovery beat "the tough storm" of addiction by the grace of God and peer support.
Anchor Sober Living is a faith-based, zero-tolerance to drugs and alcohol, sober living home. It was founded in hopes of providing a safe community of sober women as well as to help those struggling with addiction find hope through God's grace, love, and mercy.
Introducing Anchor Sober Living
Anchor Women’s Sober Living Home is a charming Victorian home nestled in Stoughton’s Historical District. Walking distance to parks, running/ hiking trails, museums, theater, churches, salons, hospital, dining, shopping, and less than a mile away from Stoughton Alano Club where AA/ NA meetings are held daily.
AA/ NA Meetings
Stoughton Alano Club 0.9 miles away
900 Giles St
Stoughton, WI 53589
Lakeview Church 2.3 miles away
Christ the King Community Church 443 feet away
First Lutheran Church 0.5 miles away
Saint Ann Catholic Parish 0.7 miles away
Stoughton United Methodist Church 0.9 miles away
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 0.7 miles away
El Rio Grande
Lowell Street Park
Pick n’ Save
Yahara River Trail Walking Bridge
Viking County Park
Virgin Lake Park
What You Can Expect At ANCHOR Sober Living
Anchor Sober Living believes that structure, accountability, zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy, as well as community and faith based living are imperative for those just leaving treatment and in early recovery from addiction.