clean and sober transitional living sacramento phase II kitchenPhase II offers shared housing similar to a home shared by college roomates, with the important distinction that Phase II homes are drug and alochol-free.

  • Phase II is less restrictive than Phase I housing, and it is available for those who have been successful in the Phase I and wish to continue to stay in a clean and sober environment as they resume work or return to school.
  • Residents may apply for Phase II after one month of residency in Phase I; transitioning into Phase II depends on the availability of rooms.
  • This two-phase approach offers a unique continuum of support as residents strengthen their recovery. In contrast, in most other sober living facilities, residents move away and become lost without the peer support they have become accustomed to.

Phase II homes are located in beautiful neighborhoods close to the CSTL's Main Block on Madison Avenue in Fair Oaks. Rents in Phase II, which includes all furnishings, kitchen needs and all utilities, cost about one-third of what one bedroom furnished apartments rent for in the area. All rooms are private single occupancy and the houses are modern, clean, roomy and comfortable. The kitchens are well equipped and many residents cook or barbeque together for a "family style" setting. Most houses have between 4 and 6 residents.

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Phase II Key Benefits:

  • Stable living arrangement in nice homes in beautiful neighborhoods.
  • Completely furnished single rooms.
  • Cable TV in all common area living rooms. Cable TV outlets provided in all bedrooms.
  • All utilities paid.
  • clean and sober transitional living sacramento phase II outsideClose to public transportation.
  • Free parking.
  • Nice yards and barbeque areas.
  • Still connected to the Clean & Sober Community.
  • Still have accountability.
  • May stay as long as they like as long as they are clean and sober.  (We have residents live with us for years.)
  • Can have overnight guests.
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Professional reference letters available.
  • LOW MONTHLY RENT ALL INCLUSIVE...NO HIDDEN CHARGES

 

clean and sober transitional living sacramento phase 1 roomPhase I housing offers a room and board community that is governed "by the peers, for the peers." Each house is overseen by a house manager who is a senior resident. All residents abide by an agreement to live in an environment of integrity and accountability. When people enter the CSTL community in Phase 1, they agree to respecting curfews, passing random drug tests and living a life of integrity. (Some of the restrictions, including curfews, are lifted in Phase 2 as residents strengthen their recovery).

Phase 1 housing is emphasizes community, and the bedrooms are designed for two people. Men and women live in separate houses. All of the Phase 1 houses are on "The Block," just steps away from the Meeting House where we host AA, NA and Big Book meetings throughout the day.

The price for room and board includes three nutritious meals a day. Typical breakfasts include or are a combination of eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausage, waffles, pancakes, cereal, and fruit. Lunches are "build your own" from bread or bagels with lunch meat, tuna fish, cheese, peanut butter & jelly, miscellaneous salads or leftovers from the previous night's meal. Our dinners are awesome! Always a feast! We have a lot of roasts (pork and beef), chicken, turkey and a variety of creative menus suggested by the residents. Every Saturday night is "barbeque steak night". Desserts and around-the-clock snacks are always available. Phase I is truly upscale living on a low scale budget.

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Key Benefits of Phase I:

  • Controlled environment that uses accountability for guidance and does not smother progress.
  • Perfect for people who want to work or go to school. 
  • All furnishings provided. Nothing to bring except your personal belongings.
  • Free laundry including laundry detergent and supplies.
  • clean and sober transitional living sacramento phase 1 togetherAll normal toiletries - tooth brushes and tooth paste, shaving cream and razors, soap, shampoo, deodorant, feminine products for ladies and more.
  • 12 step meeting at the Main House. There are approximately 15 meetings a week that include; AA, NA, Big Book Studies, Bible Studies and more…
  • Peer support is built in into our daily routines and becomes a way of life.
  • Free WiFi internet access. Bring your laptop and sign in at no charge. If you do not have a laptop, you may use one of our house computers.
  • Recreational facilities such as free weights and a variety of exercise machines, pool table, ping pong table, darts, small library, play station, and board games.
  • Cable TVs in all common area living rooms. Cable TV outlets for all bedrooms. Every Saturday a double feature movie night on the big screen TV in our huge meeting room.
  • Beautiful landscaped grounds and designated smoking areas.
  • Close to public transportation.
  • Professional reference letters available.
  • SASCA Approved
  • Certified by California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources (CAARR) . We are not only certified, but we wrote the book on recovery housing.
  • Affordable sober living in a desirable location… It would cost 3 to 4 times our total fee to duplicate what is provided.
  • Credit cards accepted
  • LOW MONTHLY RENT ALL INCLUSIVE...NO HIDDEN CHARGES

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Some additional resources and websites that offer information about substance use disorder:

Clean & Sober Recovery Services (Residential and Intensive Outpatient Treatment)

Clean & Sober Recovery Services (CSRS) offers dignified and respectful treatment options in both a residential and intensive outpatient treatment setting.  Located one mile away from the CSTL recovery community, residents of the CSRS treatment center become familiar with the support sytem offered at CSTL.

During residential treatment, clients at the treatment center will attend meetings in our central Meeting House and possibly find their sponsor among our 120 residents. Many CSRS residents choose to transition directly from residential treatment to the CSTL community because it is familiar to them, and they have seen the strength of intentionally-designed recovery housing.

United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services

SAMHSA's mission is to build resilience and facilitate recovery for people with or at risk for substance abuse and mental illness. You can locate evidence-based resources and information at the SAMHSA website.

 

 

 

The "Main House" of Clean & Sober Transitional Living is located at 8938 Madison Avenue in Fair Oaks, California. Look for the "One Day at a Time" on the Meeting House just east of the intersection of Hazel and Madison. The Main House is flanked by Phase I housing.  Phase II houses are in nearby residential neighborhoods.

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