California is a majestic and vibrant state. With two of our country’s cultural hubs, diverse landscapes, and exquisite food, it’s no wonder people love to live in and visit the golden state. However, sober living in California may seem difficult to achieve and maintain for those in addiction recovery. Unfortunately, for the LGBTQ community, finding a sober community close to home can be even more difficult. A sober living house and LGBTQ addiction recovery program can provide the necessary support for effective recovery.
If you or someone in your life needs LGBTQ support for addiction recovery, call La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center today. LGBTQ sober living houses in Southern California provide intimate care and tools for long-lasting sobriety. Reach our staff today at 888.903.9898 to learn more about sober living in Southern California.
What Is A Sober Living Home?
Sober living homes are a common feature of addiction recovery. They provide those transitioning from residential treatment to home life with the added support of living in a drug and alcohol-free community home. These homes range in size and scope but always feature a house leader who holds daily group therapy and helps residents transition to independent sober lives. They are especially helpful for those who don’t have stable home environments where they can return or those who need added support while regaining their independence.
Sober living homes provide residents with:
- More independence than residential rehab
- Daily motivation and encouragement
- Solidarity and accountability partners
- Help to establish a daily structure
- Built-in community that prioritizes sobriety
- Limited access to addictive substances
- 12-step programs and other therapies
- Help with chores, cooking, and daily housework
Sober living homes help residents build healthy habits and new life skills. Schedules and plans are essential tools for addiction recovery, helping people fill their time with activities that promote overall health and wellbeing. A Sober home assigns residents chores and daily tasks to help them establish healthy habits and maintain sobriety.
LBGTQ Sober Living in Beautiful Southern California
Unfortunately, the LGBTQ community can be disproportionately affected by addiction. Bars and clubs are long-standing safe havens for community members, making sobriety often feel impossible. For community members in recovery, early sobriety can be lonely. Unfortunately, many people may lack safe or substance-free homes to return to after residential rehab. A sober living program can provide inclusive support and structure to help. Benefits of LGBTQ sober living homes include:
- Solidarity and community
- Common social challenges and life experiences
- Inclusive and safe home environment
- Rewire power dynamics
- Gain new perspectives
- Learn to live with others
- Improved communication
For some, a sober living home can reframe home life, sobriety, and community. Unfortunately for those in the LGBTQ community, a sober living home may be the first time they experience a safe, inclusive home life. Group therapy, a focus on communication, and establishing healthy boundaries through sober living provides residents with lifelong tools. Through shared living experiences, house members learn to support one another, ask for help, and commit to a shared goal of sobriety.
Begin Sober Living at La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center Today
Sober living is one of the most significant commitments you can make to your own health. It’s one of the best ways to build healthy habits for long-term sobriety. At La Fuente, we provide an intimate sober living experience in vibrant Hollywood, CA. With residential and outpatient addiction treatment programs, we pride ourselves on cutting-edge addiction treatment for the LGBTQ community. We believe that individual healing is just as important as community healing. That’s why we believe in treating people where we work and live in Hollywood, CA. If you’re ready for intimate support with traditional and alternative therapy, La Fuente is here for you. Learn more today by reaching our staff at 888.903.9898.