The Juice Box Sober Living in Santa Ana California offers transitional living for families and individuals who may be having a difficult time making transitions…
The Juice Box Sober Living in Santa Ana California offers transitional living for families and individuals who may be having a difficult time making transitions in their lives. The Sober Living home offers two types of transition: The Sober Living House and The Transition House. The Sober Living House is basically the hotel rooms on the weekends or when school is out. Many people use these so called transition houses to recover and recharge for the next week. The transition houses are not intended to last forever, but only until the individual feel like being sober and ready for the real world.
The Transitional Living Home on the other hand provides housing for an individual or family who has decided that they want to live closer to home with others but they still have the urge to go out and enjoy themselves once in awhile. The transitional houses usually consist of cottages, homes, apartments, or lofts on the outskirts of town. The houses are designed to be short term residential options. An individual can come and go as they please within the home and come back to live in it again the next weekend.
The Juice Box Sober Living program was created by Mike Walden and Amy Porterfield, two former alcoholics who found sobriety and are now living their lives again. They created the Juice Box Sober Living Program so that individuals can experience the benefits of being sober, without the risk or expense of relocating to a halfway house. The program offers a 10 day cleanse, a one month supply of detox drinks, and one month supply of energy drinks. The cost of the program is $ discriminate based on each member’s needs and wants.