Freedom House is a newly established sober living facility in southern California dedicated to helping people recover from alcohol and drug addictions. The buil…
Freedom House is a newly established sober living facility in southern California dedicated to helping people recover from alcohol and drug addictions. The building itself is a converted church called the Sanctuary of Knowledge. Freedom House is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing housing and services to people with drug and alcohol addictions. This transition or halfway house for drug and alcohol addicts is an outreach program supported by OxyContin, sponsors, and volunteers.
Freedom House is a 24-hour residential sober living home for those recovering from alcohol and drug addictions. A mix of Alcoholics Anonymous and other community-based services, Freedom House can help you learn to live a life of sobriety and learn to get off of drugs and alcohol for good. Residents attend a residential treatment program called halfway house as well as participate in a group treatment called Safe Matter.
The so-called quarter mile drive between Oxnard and Fresno is known as freeways 401, resulting in freeway detour for drivers that will eventually end in the sanctuary located at Fresno and Rittenhouse roads. Freeway 401 turns left onto Folsom Street after traveling west, then turning right onto Rittenhouse. The freeway will eventually make a complete turn back onto California Avenue heading towards downtown Fresno. The entire quarter mile drive was named, Freeway of Courage. The new name of this famous freeway was created as a way to honor the brave men and women who made the decision to give up their addictions and start a new life in a new place, far away from the addiction that once occupied them.