It may be possible to deduct sober living expenses on your tax return, but it depends on your individual circumstances and the specific details of your situation. In general, expenses related to medical care, including addiction treatment, may be deductible on your tax return if they exceed a certain percentage of your adjusted gross income.

To deduct sober living expenses on your tax return, you will need to itemize your deductions and provide documentation of the expenses. You may also need to provide a letter from a healthcare professional or addiction specialist stating that the sober living expenses are necessary for the treatment of a medical condition.

It is important to consult with a tax professional or financial advisor for guidance on deducting sober living expenses and to ensure that you are meeting all the requirements for deducting medical expenses on your tax return.

Please note that tax laws can change, and the information provided here may not be up to date or applicable to your specific situation. It is always recommended to consult with a qualified tax professional for personalized advice regarding your tax situation.