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Sobriety Central
is a men's 12-step sober living. Our vision is to provide a safe structured sober environment for men starting on the road to recovery from drugs and alcohol. Whether coming from a residential treament facility or any instiitution t, the transition into this new way of life can be confusing and difficult without help. We are here to help.

"We know that the disease of alcoholism and drug addictin affect the mind, body and the spirit - and so we believe the recovery process should address all these areas as well. If you're serious about recovery and stilll want to have fun.... Sobriety Central is the home for you. We will walk with you and show you how to move on in your life without having to pick up drugs or alcohol again!"


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• 24 Hour live-In management

• Random drug & alcohol testing

• Assistance with extended care & outpatient services

• Organizational house meetings

• Patio with barbeque and smoking area

• Networking to community agencies including employment

• Letters of residency & progress provided

• Workout area, weights and machines

• Safe, tree lined street in a quiet neighborhood

• Easy access to major freeways

• Bus stops & Metro stations nearby

• Wide screen TV with movie channels & TiVo

• WiFi throughout / House computer

• Cell phones and laptops welcome

• 2 and 3 man rooms

• Weekly & monthly rates available

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Sobriety Central sober living is a family of persons living together with a common disability; recovering alcoholics and addicts seeking a better way of life.

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"A person starts to live when he can live outside himself."
~Albert Einstein

Member Of: coalition sobriety central The San Fernando Sober Living Coalition, which is run by the Sober Housing Network, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence in the operation and management of sober living. The Network was founded in 1995 to provide training and assistance to a few local groups of sober living homes.


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