Sober Living Homes in Orange County
- 23281 Cavanaugh Rd
92630Phone: 949-386-9960We are a recovery based sober living home in Lake Forest, CA. Our goal is to help those men who seek to strengthen their recovery and build a solid foundation. We provide a safe, supportive, and structured environment where the residents can assist each other to make appropriate and healthy personal choices. Our primary purpose is to support men, after successfully completing a drug and alcohol treatment program, with a smooth and successful transition back into their community, which lessen the chance of a relapse. $900-950/month. We accept weekly rent too.
- Street Address Confidential
90680Phone: 800-214-3787Men’s Sober Living in Stanton The Ale House in Stanton has a full kitchen, which includes a refrigerator, dishwasher, and plenty of individualized cabinet space for your groceries. Our living room is large and comfortable, and has multiple couches and chairs surrounding a large screen TV. All of our rooms include two twin beds, as well as closet space for your belongings. Additionally, we have wireless internet accessible to each of our clients. The Ale House also has a pool table in the garage, as well as a pool, which are perfect areas for our residents to relax and unwind after a long day.
- 3701 S Olive St
92707Phone: 949-610-9229At JRB, our mission is to instill hope and inner peace for the recovering addict and his loved ones. We provide unique services in helping our clients successfully reintegrate into society and evolve into the best versions of themselves. Structure. We provide a safe, therapeutic environment for addicts as they reintegrate back into society. Support. We pride ourselves on our long-term transitional process and offer an 18-month support track. Individualized Care. Sober living in Costa Mesa tailored to a wide range of people seeking diverse services.
- 34611 Calle Rosita
92624Phone: 949-943-5188Sober 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.