Your Family Is Our Family
Sometimes one of the hardest things to admit is that addiction is a family disease. You never wanted to see your son, daughter, or family member suffer. You’ve probably tried to pick up the pieces. You’ve probably been sad, angry, and hurt. More than anything, you want your loved one back—the one you knew before addiction took them away. Carla Vista Sober Living homes can help make that happen.
Letting Go to Help Them Grow
Letting go doesn’t mean you love your family member any less. As much as you want to help, the greatest gift you can give is by letting us do what we do best. Sober living is responsible living. We help our residents learn the skills that lead to self-sufficiency, including employment within their first two weeks. Sober living, combined with a 12-step program, creates a supportive environment where our residents help each other through similar challenges and celebrate victories along recovery’s road.
When your family member joins the Carla Vista Sober Living family, you’re welcome to visit. In fact, we want you to see those positive changes. We also encourage you to attend your own 12-step groups, such as Al-Anon, to help you care for yourself and adjust to the changing family roles that recovery requires. Above all, we look forward to the day that your family is back together—better than ever.Sober Living Home Families Thomas Mills Rating: 10 out of 10 Sober Living Home Families Donald Long Rating: 10 out of 10 Sober Living Home Families Timothy Lawrence Rating: 10 out of 10