The Bridge is professionally managed and directed by a Licensed Psychotherapist and Interventionist. We have an extremely knowledgeable and professional staff with over 80 years of combined recovery. Our staff to resident ratio is unparalleled.
The Bridge has encouraging and caring Residents Managers who live in their own apartments on property.
The Bridge has a men’s location and a women’s location that are both in upscale neighborhoods and are conveniently located close to 12-Step meetings, job opportunities, shopping, and public transportation.
We all have the ability to change within ourselves. Some of us just need that extra push. Monarch homes provide the structure, accountability and the dignity of independent living each of us needs to transform into the person we aspire to be. Our group living homes allow you the freedom to do what you need while living with us including work, school, or volunteering. We encourage each person to be as productive as they can while also working a structured program toward recovery. At Monarch we take the time daily to reflect in and on ourselves to better understand our recovery. As the day comes to a close, we come together as a team to discuss our day, recognize the challenges, the successes and the progress each of us made. Sharing and being a part of a group allows us to regain the confidence and trust we lost when struggling in our addictions. At Monarch we recognize that recovery is hard work and we want to be there to help. We welcome you to join us and find out for yourself why our structured and supportive sober living homes provide the standard in modern comfort while nurturing the new beginnings of sobriety.
Northbound Treatment Services offers detox, residential inpatient, outpatient, and continuing care services for adults suffering from addiction and dual diagnoses. With over 25 years of professional experience, Northbound programs are designed to help individuals get sober and stay sober. We offer 30, 60, and 90-day comprehensive treatment programs for men and women, including an academic support program known as the Northbound Academy, a Christian faith-based program called LINKS, and a distinguished family program. The Academy is a nationally recognized academic program designed to help students who are battling addiction continue or begin their education while in treatment. Students take classes at local universities and get the credits they need to put toward their degrees. In addition to academic support, Northbound provides access to vocational training, which many of our clients find useful in pursuing a career. The LINKS program is an optional track within both our men’s’ and women’s’ CORE programming that offers faith-based recovery for individuals who are looking to build a Christ-focused foundation. Clients who take advantage of this track have the opportunity to become involved with local churches and expand the spiritual component of their recovery. At Northbound, we aim to teach our clients how to reintegrate back into a normal living environment safely and successfully. Northbound also offers a comprehensive family program, designed to strengthen the entire family and establish an environment at home that promotes health and healing for all members. Our caring, compassionate staff and expert clinicians facilitate our family program which serves to mend strained relationships and build trust between loved ones. At Northbound, we aim to teach our clients how to reintegrate back into a normal living environment safely and successfully.
Therapeutic activities are designed to help individuals see and accept themselves in an honest and realistic light. The primary form of therapy used is confrontational in nature, it stresses here and now behavior, it encourages individuals to take responsibility and action as a means toward positive change. Clients who enter treatment are exposed to a number of “workshops” in preparation for the “group activity”, our most intensive group. Other therapeutic approaches which are incorporated into a daily activity structure include; gestalt therapy, psycho-drama, role playing, feedback groups, brief therapy, AA & NA, recreation/physical exercise and family outings. Additionally each client is assigned to a counselor, together they develop an Individual Client Treatment Plan (ICTP) that addresses drug choice, medical problems, legal matters, family issues, psycho-social problem areas and vocational/educational needs.
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We are licensed by the state as a recovery home for men of age 18 and over. H.O.W. House in Whittier, California, is a recovery home for chemically addicted males.
A resident is given time to obtain a full-time job or to start an educational or vocational program. If he is unable to fulfill these requirements, he will be expected to perform thirty (30) hours per week of community service. Each resident pays a service fee of $600.00 per month, $300.00 every 2 weeks, or $150.00 weekly.
While living at H.O.W. House, all residents must attend 12-step meetings regularly, maintain abstinence, participate in weekly house meetings, and help keep the house clean. A house manager closely monitors the house.
Dismissal from H.O.W. House
Violations that will result in immediate discharge are substance abuse, violence or threats of violence, and theft. Residents may also be discharged for consistent non-compliance to other house rules. A urine drug screen may be administered to verify a resident’s abstinence. Progress reports on residents will be supplied as needed. A staff member will attend court appearances with proper notice.
Our objective is that each resident leaves our house sober, stable, employed, and able to transition into independent living that supports their alcohol- and drug-free lifestyle.
Bedroom, Recovery Home in Whittier, CA
Services include sober, supportive lodging, weekly group meetings, and monthly education sessions on the recovery and/or addiction process. We also provide information and referrals to other recovery-oriented services.
Residents are housed in 2 main rooms. These men receive food, cleaning supplies, linens, utilities, and access to a washer and dryer. They also get phone privileges within a limited calling area, and television with basic cable service.
Three licensed facilities - 45 beds, (31 treatment and 14 sober living). The primary function is to provide 9-11 months of residential treatment in a highly structured atmosphere for substance abusers. The facility may function as an alternative to jail but not as a half-way house and is for abstinence treatment only.
The program provides services via individual client treatment plans, intensive group experiences, and one to one counseling. Strong program emphasis is placed on client growth from program dependence to personal independence. Development and implementation of vocational or educational plans are carefully staged in both the After-Care and Sober Living components.
Nestled in the unspoiled Santa Monica Mountains near Thousand Oaks, CA, along the banks of magnificent Lake Sherwood is a private, upscale & executive-level transitional living residence that has set a new standard for Sober Living in Southern California. The Lake House provides men & women struggling with drug addiction and/or alcoholism with a fully integrative recovery environment in surroundings conducive to abstinence and personal growth. The Lake House Program strives to promote confidence, self-worth and the desire to return to a productive life.
Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach, Inc. ("SAF") is a supportive and caring recovery community with a unique home-like environment. Our non-profit organization has a 23-year history of providing affordable, professional community-based drug and alcohol treatment for people of diverse backgrounds, and those with special needs. We value each individual, and our professional and experienced treatment staff designs each person’s treatment program to fit their needs and substance abuse history. Our wide array of Treatment Services include residential and outpatient care, supportive services, and aftercare. We also provide drug-and-alcohol-free housing for those who complete treatment and need additional time to rebuild their lives. Our treatment center is licensed and certified by the State of California, and we are nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for Residential and Outpatient Treatment and Community Housing for people seeking drug/alcohol rehabilitation, including those with a criminal justice history.
Substance Abuse Foundation’s Residential Treatment program provides therapeutic activities in a home-like, cozy community setting. Our inviting recovery “campus” is located within walking distance of some of sunny Southern California’s finest beaches. Residential treatment facilities and programs are licensed and certified by the State of California, and nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Residential treatment varies from 90 days to 180 days (or more, as needed). Residents participate in daily activities that include any or all of the Substance Abuse Foundation’s Comprehensive Treatment/Recovery Activities. There also are Special Programs for low-income and homeless people. Contact us for more information about these special programs.
Outpatient Treatment services vary in intensity and duration. There are morning, afternoon, evening and weekend activities. Our professional staff helps each client develop a treatment plan that best fits their individual needs.
Outpatients Treatment may include any or all of the Substance Abuse Foundation’s Comprehensive Treatment/Recovery Activities.
Some outpatients elect to live in Substance Abuse Foundation’s Alcohol-and-Drug-Free Housing, which is located close to the treatment center, while they access supportive outpatient services.
Substance Abuse Foundation’s Outpatient Treatment programs are certified by the State of California and nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). There are a variety of special outpatient programs, including Relapse Prevention, Day Treatment and Partial Hospitalization.
For Information or contact for Intake Call or write:
P.O. Box 1362
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729-1362
No Walks In accepted
Once Accepted into Program, NO ALCOHOL or CHEMICAL/SUBSTANCES In or On Person Allowed; Forfeiture of Rental deposits/ Rents paid.
This is a NO SMOKING Facility-No SMOKING On Facility Grounds.
Our sober home and staff prides itself on professionalism and providing a safe environment for long term sobriety and a drug free life. It is also managed by someone who has gone through the program and put their life back together. The house is just a couple hundred yards from the bus station and nearby shopping is a plus. Many of the men currently living here have brought items from home such as their own TVs, and some have brought bikes while a few have vehicles.