Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing for Women
Grandma’s House of Hope Transitional Housing Shelter, takes in women 17 yrs and older who have survived domestic violence, human trafficking, cancer recovery, and/or homelessness, along with an aftermath of addictions and compulsive disorders. They are provided a safe place to rest their head, encouragement to build their spiritual strength and time to heal their hearts.
Women’s Sober Living in Anaheim
The Chateau House features a newly remodeled kitchen and bathroom, complete with stained wood cabinets and tile floors. All of our homes are clean and well maintained, providing our guests with the ideal environment to begin their sobriety.
As our featured women’s sober living homes, the Chateau House is a beautiful environment for women that are both beginning their recovery for the first time, and looking to maintain their sobriety in the company of other sober women.
Because substances have acted as our most effective coping mechanism for most of our adult life, putting them and remaining sober can be an incredibly challenging task. At Ready 2 Recover, our main task is to not only help our residents quit using drugs and alcohol, but aid them in building happy, successful lives for themselves in sobriety.
The Chateau House sober living is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood in Anaheim. We are within walking distance a wide range of local businesses, 12 Step meeting places, and grocery stores. All of our homes are subjected to a high standard of cleanliness, and have satellite tv, internet access, and comfortable bedrooms.
Sober Living for Women
Donna’s house ultimately aims to help their residents transition back into everyday life. We help our residents learn how to stand on their own two feet. Whether you are transitioning back into life from higher levels of care or are just trying to learn one day at a time how to live life without the use of drugs and alcohol, we can help.
The staff at Donna’s house is highly trained, extremely caring, and very understanding of the struggles that one goes through as they transition back into normal life. A house manager and an assistant house manager supervise each house. The house manager and assistant house manager work together to provide structure within the houses and encourage the residents to support each other in this exciting journey of recovery.