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The Lighthouse-Lomita Sober Living Lomita CA 90717

The Lighthouse-Lomita Sober Living facility in Lomita California has been ranked as one of the top transition houses throughout the...
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Fresh Start Sober Living Homes Long Beach CA 90807

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While many families choose to move into a residential program like sober living or halfway house programs for their loved...
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Hoffman House Sober Living Long Beach CA 90813

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If you are looking for an environment that offers an atmosphere that is quiet and soothing, Hoffman House is a...
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Information about Sober Living in Long Beach California

How to find Sober Living in Long Beach California can be tricky. Finding the right addiction treatment or sober living facility can take a significant amount of time and energy on the part of both the addict and the family members trying to help them. In my 15 years of addiction treatment, I have seen many people try to find sober living accommodations while they are in recovery. I have also worked with people whose only chance at getting clean is to get admission into an inpatient substance abuse treatment program. If you know someone like this who needs to find a solution, do not be afraid to ask for help-the sooner they get into a program, the better their chances of staying sober. One way to find sober living in Long Beach that might work for you is to first go to the local substance abuse treatment center and see if they have any in-house programs that you could enroll in. Many times, the professionals at these facilities will have connections to local rehab centers that they can refer you to. If there is not one locally, then you may need to look online for a reputable online rehab program. One final way to find sober living in Long Beach would be to check with your local hospitals. Many times, hospitals will have intake counselors who can help you with housing and employment options once you are discharged from the hospital. Sometimes, you may even find employment programs that allow you to work around your commitment to getting clean. I highly recommend that you speak to your doctor before beginning any in-house treatment plan, however, as they can offer valuable advice that can steer you in the right direction.