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Founded in 2009 in San Diego, California by Lucinda Terrell, a certified recovery and addiction specialist, Home of Hope Sober Living provides spiritually based sober living for men and women, as well as for women and their children. Home of Hope is designed to allow clients the opportunity to rebuild their lives, while they reside in a nurturing atmosphere where they are taught accountability and mutual respect.

Accommodations and Amenities

Home of Hope has four houses. The Stone Court house accommodates 10 women, and their children are allowed to spend overnights at the house. The female-only 54th Street House has a 14-bed capacity, while the male-only East Falls View house has 16 beds. The co-ed El Granito House has a nine-bed capacity. Clients are typically paired in comfortably furnished rooms, which include twin beds, dressers and ample storage space.

Residents are responsible for their own food, and meals are prepared in fully equipped kitchens. Amenities include Wi-Fi, cable TV, parking and laundry facilities. Each house has a live-in residential manager to provide oversight and support.

Rules and Regulations

Prior to admission, clients must have completed detox. Weekly Requirements include being at the house meeting, attending between four and six 12-step meetings or spiritually based recovery meetings, including Celebrate Recovery. Clients must remain active during the week and attend school, work, participate in an outpatient program or perform a structured schedule of community service.

Household chores must be completed by 10 am, and other chores are assigned on a weekly basis. Additionally, residents must participate in a double scrub on Saturdays. The curfew is 10 pm Sundays through Thursdays, and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Random drug and alcohol screenings are conducted. At Home of Hope, a zero tolerance policy is conducted, and residents who relapse are immediately evicted from the premises.

Extras

Home of Hope works closely with the court systems, child and family services and recovery centers. Home of Hope is a member of the San Diego Sober Living Coalition.

In Summary

Criminal justice clients, as well as mothers with children, might find Home of Hope to be a suitable fit. Home of Hope provides a serene and safe ambience, so that clients can establish a strong foothold in recovery, as well as focus on rebuilding their lives.

Home of Hope Sober Living
9451 El Granito Ave
San Diego, CA 92120

Home of Hope Cost: $500-$700 (30 days). Reach Home of Hope by phone at (619) 454-2593 or by email.

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