Women's Residential Housing

A New Beginning with A New Lifestyle

We are dedicated to helping residents navigate their individual recovery journey towards long-lasting sobriety. The road to recovery can be hard, but you don’t have to do it alone.  Our structured residential treatment, detox, and  sober living homes in San Jacinto, California has a reputation for providing hope to residents who have struggled and are still struggling with substance abuse and behavior control. We offer daily scheduling that stands out among other programs and sober living homes.

Residents who have attempted recovery before with little success may find lasting sobriety at AFZ. Our residential treatment program and sober living homes offer a safe and supportive place, and we take an active hands-on approach with everyone in our program.

We help residents take the steps necessary to rebuild their lives from the ground up, so when they graduate from the AFZ program, they can transition to a sober living home to prepare to re-enter society free from alcohol and drugs. Also, to be ready to be on their way to achieve their education, career, or life goals.

We require all residents to attend 12-step groups and AA/NA meetings. One of the most joyful aspects of our sober living/transitional homes is the family environment that exists among residents. New residents enter into a community of residents who are all working together to overcome their addiction. For many, having the opportunity to connect and build relationships with other residents who understand the complex and harrowing nature of addiction can be life changing. Research has shown that developing a sober, social support network lowers an individual’s likelihood of relapsing.  Residents develop a family-type relationship for social support.  We believe that social support is a very powerful and beneficial force in the recovery process.

The Benefits of Social Support Are Many:

  • a sense of belonging and inclusion.
  • a sense of safety and security.
  • reduced stress, decreased isolation, and loneliness.
  • an enhanced sense of meaning and purpose.
  • hope and optimism about the future.
  • the opportunity to escape the narrow world of one’s own concerns.
  • Social support can counteract shame, isolation, and secrecy.
  • teaching to be caring and loving.
  • to care and give love to others.

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