(Smooch to Sunny!)
“A Sober Living Center in Williamsburg, Brooklyn,” published in the “Fashion and Style” section of the New York Times:
“Did you hear what he said today?” one man in his 20s wearily asked another, who just shook his head.
Lots of people have been talking about Mr. Sheen, but perhaps not with the same insight as this group, all residents of Loft 107, a sober-living facility in an inconspicuous former warehouse in the heart of Brooklyn’s most self-consciously cool neighborhood.
Opened in 2009 by Joe Schrank, a 41-year-old social worker and longtime promoter of drug and alcohol recovery, the Loft, as it is known, is a high-end facility for people who have already gone through the isolation of rehabilitation and want an intermediate step back into their regular lives. For the duration of residents’ stay (there is a 30-day minimum, but some have remained for as long as a year), the Loft provides structure, community and random drug and alcohol testing to help keep recovering addicts on the wagon.
It’s also pretty plush. Continue reading Recovery Glam!