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sober

(sō′bər)
adj. sober·er, sober·est
1. Not intoxicated or affected by the use of alcohol or drugs.
2. Abstaining from or habitually abstemious in the use of alcoholic drink or other intoxicants: a former addict who has been sober for 10 years.

so′ber·ly adv.
so′ber·ness n.

sober

(sō′bĕr) [L. sobrius, not drunk, sober]
1. Not intoxicated by alcohol or psychoactive drugs, including recreational drugs.
2. Habitually moderate or temperate, esp. regarding alcohol.
3. Quiet and serious in behavior.
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She included that "they will work closer with many sober houses in counseling drug addicts and find proper solutions to their problem".
Sober living houses are often the next step in the recovery process once a woman leaves a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility.
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The Addictions Coach and its division The Platinum Club, offer not only addiction therapy and mobile drug and alcohol rehabilitation services but also Sober Coaches, Sober Companions and Life Coaches.
Even her sober coach is lost for words when asked if she is staying off booze.
Chapman is the sober living operator of the organization's men's sober home known as Olympic House.
Health Agent Stephen Curry said officials really do not know how many sober homes are operating in the city.
Strictly Come Dancing contestant Robbie Savage has revealed he had never danced sober before his time on the show.
In reality, there is no evidence that caffeine can make people coherent and sober if they are intoxicated.
I'm sure your partner wants to stay sober, but there are no guarantees.
Those people against (us), if they had their way, all sober-living homes in Los Angeles will be closed," said Claude Eichar, sub-chairman of the San Fernando Valley Sober Living Coalition, who said he operates three homes, but not as a business.
Sober companions can participate in whatever is recommended in the client's discharge plan, be it daily 12-Step meetings, meditation, spiritual practices, physical activity, yoga, massage, or journaling.