SUPPORT IN SOBRIETY
It’s a bad idea for people in early recovery to return to the people, places and situations that fueled their addiction. It’s also often difficult for people in early recovery to go straight from residential treatment to the potentially hectic atmosphere of their own homes. Sober living environments offer safe and structured living situations to bridge the gap between treatment and returning fulltime to independent living.
California Human Development offers sober transitional living in Sonoma County for women. The homes are operated by CHD’s treatment division. There are three homes with one house manager and a co-op style environment where residents share responsibilities and a commitment to be drug and alcohol free. Residents attend work or school or training and return home to a community that’s free from the influence of alcohol and drugs, and where people share their commitment to sobriety.