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Latino Commision on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services of San Mateo County San Bruno CA 94066

San BrunoCalifornia
The Latino Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services of San Mateo County was formed by the San Mateo County,...
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M Z Shirliz Transitional Inc Redwood City CA 94063

Redwood CityCalifornia
M Z Shirliz Transitional Inc is a small home based business that helps people get out of debt and into...
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Diane Kaspari Counseling Redwood City CA 94061

Redwood CityCalifornia
Diane Kaspari, a successful sales and marketing executive, started her career as a counselor in the early 1990s. She earned...
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Alcoholics Anonymous San Mateo CA 94403

San MateoCalifornia
In a small region of California known as San Mateo County, transition houses are a wonderful way for alcoholics, addicts...
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El Centro De Libertad/Freedom Center Half Moon Bay CA 94019

Half Moon BayCalifornia
The Freedom Center in El Centro De Los Tejanos, California is a small residential, supportive facility for the homeless and...
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Cornerstone Care Centers Incorporated Half Moon Bay CA 94019

Half Moon BayCalifornia
Cornerstone Care Centers Incorporated, located in Norco, California is a transitional living center that offers so much more than other...
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Hope House 3 Redwood City CA 94063

Redwood CityCalifornia
Hope House is located in Redwood City, California and offers affordable real estate investment opportunities in a bustling community. The...
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Tim Griffith Foundation Redwood City CA 94063

Redwood CityCalifornia
The Tim Griffith Foundation for Sober Living is an organization founded by Tim and Lorraine Griffith. This non-profit organization is...
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Information about Sober Living in San Mateo California

Addiction Treatment centers are designed to help individuals suffering from addiction overcome their addiction through professional and community-based treatment. One such center is the newly formed facility called ” HALO Living”. ” HALO Living is committed to providing quality transitional living facility, detoxification house, and addiction recovery programs to its clients. Combining years of experience with an intense commitment to customer satisfaction, Potentials Unlimited Clean & Sober Living Center has established itself as an expert local leader in transitional living environment, detoxification house, and addiction treatment programs.” In other words, Potentials Unlimited Clean & Sober Living are committed to providing clean, sober and secure homes for individuals suffering from addiction. In an effort to become the best, they have developed a program of five components: The first component of the” HALO” program is what they describe as” supportive housing for persons with mental illness and addiction problems”. This includes a number of supportive apartments like “The Commons at West Village at Potomac”, “Respite for Desire at Third Street at Potomac”, “The Sanctuary at Sixth and Potomac Park” and “The Crossing at Fifth Avenue at Potomac”. The next two components of this system are the transitional housing complex “Safe Place at Third Street Potomac”, and “In Care at Third Street”. The final component of the system is the residential transition residential apartment “HELT”. Of course, there is a lot more to it than that, but if you need assistance in determining how to find sober living apartments in San Mateo County, contact the offices of the following agencies: Catholic Family Services, Inc., Family Forward, Inc. and Project Lifeline. Another solution to the homelessness problem in the city of San Mateo is what is called the “day shelter”. Many of these day shelters are actually transitional or supportive housing apartments. As opposed to being the permanent solution to the problem of homeless people in the city of San Mateo, these day shelters are a way for those who have no other place to go to sleep to keep them away from the streets and to prevent them from entering the night-life once they’ve returned to their apartments. Of course, you can always look into getting an alternative solution to moving into one of the sober and supportive housing options on the market.