Information about Sober Living in Bellflower California
“The mission of Transitional Living is to provide quality, specialized, hands-on supportive living environment for women,” says Ruthanne Hunter, Executive Director of Transitional Living. “The motto of Transitional Living is to help women achieve freedom by establishing an environment that empowers them, while discouraging dependency on external sources (such as alcohol, drugs, or housing). We provide both long term and short term care, therapy, and support to clients aging 12 years old and up.” The facility houses clients with varying levels of need. There are five residential communities, including Garden City, Vineyard Village, Melrose Avenue, East Walnut Hills, and West Walnut.
“We are committed to making an addict-centered, person-centered experience in transitional housing,” says Terrie Williams, Program Development Manager at Transitional Living. “Offering support services that motivate, educate, and encourage our residents is key to their success in achieving recovery. Each resident is assigned an individual counselor and is given individualized attention. Counselors are skilled at developing individualized treatment plans and coordinating them with other agencies such as the Department of Social Services (SSC) and the Department of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Services (DASH) within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Treatment includes recovery programming, life skills counseling, occupational and recreational therapy, and life coaching.
Transitional housing Bellflower offers both inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. The detoxification center serves a wide range of clients with various needs. Those who are housed in the detox unit will undergo a thorough medical and psychiatric evaluation, as well as a comprehensive evaluation of their underlying mental and emotional issues. The goal of detox at transitional treatment programs is to quickly return the client to a productive and functional life, free from addiction.