As a part of the addiction recovery continuum of care, family members and clients may be interested in continuing sobriety in a drug and alcohol free sober living. Research from the National Institute of on Drug Abuse has found that residents reduced or stopped their substance use between baseline and 6 month follow up and then maintained those improvements at 12 and 18 months. Also, there were improvements on employment, psychiatric symptoms, and arrests.
Families may sometimes not be ready for their loved one to come back home or simply may want a safe space to experience transition while having the structure and safety that a common schedule and drug and alcohol testing can provide. Here, sober peers and friends can be made, sharing a network and support for accountability that may be essential in providing a long term focus on recovery.
La Jolla Recovery alumni may be interested in a sober living home and our clinical staff can provide local suggestions to accommodate specific needs such as gender specific or cultural needs.
Not ready to go back home or family and work needing space or a smooth transition? Sober living might be a safe, structured and wonderful option.
From Pacific Beach to La Jolla or Mission Bay, let our clinical staff suggest local options for sober living. Needing North County San Diego or Orange County accommodations for sober housing? We’re here to make sure that your needs are met.
Sober Living Homes
Alcohol and Drug Free
Let us provide suggestions for local sober living homes that include drug and alcohol testing and an ambience of serenity and peace.
A common schedule at a sober living home can provide structure and comfort in sobriety. Proximity to AA meetings and support groups as well as minimizing the need for transportation may be very positive given services in the radius.
Sober living makes it possible to share an alcohol and drug free environment for those wishing to continue their sobriety after detox, inpatient residential or during outpatient.
Sober peers can become friends and provide an environment of transparency, truth and accountability. This is the power of sober living.