Recovering Alcoholic Found Ideal Treatment at Sober Living Program
Muse Addiction Treatment Center’s Sober Living program for women helped one Los Angeles woman so much, she left a 5-star review of her experience on Google.
“Muse was a stepping stone for me to start the kind of life I have always wanted,” wrote Debbie.
She recalled coming to Muse after 14 months in residential treatment at another facility.
“I was scared and nervous to take the next step in my journey,” she wrote. But she committed to continuing her recovery and stayed in Muse’s Sober Living program for Women for five months. When she left her review on Google, she was celebrating two and a half years of sobriety.
Sober Living for Women
Muse offers sober-living residences for women and men in the Los Angeles area. Whether your substance disorder involves alcohol or drugs, our residences provide essential support during the transition from treatment to day-to-day life on your own.
Research shows that 40 to 60 percent of recovering addicts relapse. We want to keep you from becoming one of them. Our sober-living residences provide the tools and resources you need to give you the best possible chance of maintaining a sober life after you leave.
You’ll get a personalized recovery program that may include 12-Step meetings, attendance at our Intensive Outpatient Rehab Program, college classes, daily house chores, and more. The residence houses two to three women in each room and has a laundry area, televisions, and kitchens. Residents have weekly house meetings. They are subject to weekly random urinalysis testing. We can give reports on your progress to any legal authorities you may still be involved with.
Debbie M. praised the staff who worked wither during her stay.
“I am truly grateful to have been a part of the warm community at Muse for women,” she wrote. “I grew very close to the house manager and still stay closely connected to her and the community. She is caring and compassionate about her job and all her girls.”
“Even though I now have a full life and busy schedule, I still come back to Muse to hang out with the advisors; and to get to know the new girls that are early in recovery. Making the decision to move to Muse before moving out on my own was an effective way for me to transition.”
Could addiction treatment and a sober-living environment help you on your road to recovery? To speak with a drug rehab admission counselor at our Los Angeles facility, don’t hesitate to call 800-426-1818.