Community Recovery Transitional Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Community Recovery Transitional Living

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The Basics

For more than 20 years, Community Recovery in Los Angeles, California has provided comprehensive residentialoutpatient and transitional care options for clients struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Community Recovery sober living facilities are available to clients that have completed their 90-day residential program, or for those that require a sober and supportive environment after at least 30 days of primary care at another facility. There are four houses available in the Los Angeles area. Community Recovery offers a seamless continuum of care for the first 12 months of treatment.

Accommodation and Amenities

Each Community Recovery transitional living facility offers a slightly different structured environment. Client’s needs and personality are what determines in which home the client will reside. The Melrose Project is located in the urban center of Hollywood. This facility offers life-skills and work assistance programs needed to integrate clients back into outside life. The co-ed home has shared bedrooms and bathrooms, two to a gender-specific room, with communal dining area and library.

The House of Women provides a safe place for recovering women in Western Los Angeles. The well-appointed, comfortable home provides ample space for clients to store personal belongings in double-occupancy bedrooms. Bathrooms are also shared, and communal areas are comfortable and spacious. The men’s transitional living facility, Calatrana, is located in Woodland Hills. It also provides shared bedrooms and bathrooms, with comfortable and clean rooms. The home provides resources for men to successfully reenter the workforce.

The Delita house in Woodland Hills is for parents. Clients are provided shared rooms, bathrooms and communal areas similarly appointed to those described above. This program additionally offers programs that are aimed at repairing and strengthening the bonds between parent and child.

Rules and Regulations

Clients entering transitional living must have at least 30 days clean and sober and be fully detoxed from all substances. They must stay for at least 90 days, but can stay up to a year. Most participate in the Community Recovery Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which consists of group therapy at least once a week, and individual therapy as needed. Case management is also provided in IOP.

Clients are required to attend in-house and off-site 12-step meetings, and show that they are participating in the program. Random urinalysis is also performed to ensure sobriety is maintained. Consumption of drugs or alcohol or bringing substances into the house, will result in immediate eviction. No physical or verbal violence will be tolerated.

Extras

Community Recovery also provides detox and inpatient treatment for clients that require a more intensive level of care.

In Summary

Community Recovery provides transitional living facilities that are highly structured and stable. The environment provided is meant to offer a level of support and care that is often lacking for clients upon completing inpatient treatment. Community Recovery certainly has the resources and treatment options to assist those with these needs, transitioning them into employment, schooling and new homes. While the accommodations provided are basic, the support offered by staff and through the IOP allow residents to transition safely into new lives. Payment varies at each location, from $4,833 per month for the least expensive to $13,166 for the most.

Community Recovery Transitional Living Cost: Depends on program (for 30 days). Reach Community Recovery Transitional Living by phone at (888) 217-4023 or by email

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  1. Cliff Brodsky on

    This just in:
    Community Recovery founder and owner Chris Bathum has fled the country after being arrested for Felony Drug Trafficking…out on bail and now he’s in Australia. The FBI is in hot pursuit.

    All of the community recovery homes are being shut down by the Dept. of Health Care Services for illegal, unlicensed operation. No doctors, no therapists, no program…just criminals stealing from people in crisis.

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