To find quality sober living in Southern California, use the drop-down locator above, and on every other site page. Listings are organized by area.
Information and registration for training workshops for sober living operators and managers is in our training section, at the link below:
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If you want information about joining a local sober living coalition, membership requirements and materials can be found here:
Recovery is hard.
Imagine trying to do it as a single mother with small children to care for.
Through a generous multi-year grant from the Marisla Foundation, the Network can provide some assistance to homes serving women with children. We also accept private donations for this program. The Safe & Healthy Homes program provides several types of assistance:
A complete description of the program can be downloaded below. It includes information about eligibility, the application process and the kinds and amounts of assistance available. These are the highlights:
The home must serve low-income women with children.
The applicant must be a member of, or in the process of being accepted for membership in, one of the five Southern California County Sober Living Coalitions.
The applicant must complete and submit an application for assistance (application link provided below.)
The Network is willing to consider other items. For items not on the list, or for any other application-related questions, please call the Network office or .
No single award will exceed $1500. An applicant may receive at most $1500 in the value of combined awards in any one year.
In most cases the Network will select the vendor or service provider, will make purchases or hire contractors for repairs. Service providers will provide estimates and invoices, and will be paid directly by the Network.
Applicant information links:
Downloadable program guidelines coming soon.
Application for assistance (pdf file)
If you have any questions about the application process, please call the Network office at (310) 396-5270.
The Network is delighted to accept donations to expand this program. The need is great, and donations are fully tax deductible. If you want your donation to be directed to the Women with Children Program, please let us know.
The Sober Living Network is a nonprofit tax-exempt public benefit corporation that gratefully accepts donations from those who understand the need for long-term recovery supportive housing and other community-based means of addressing the disease of addiction.