Founded in 2012 by Jill Price, Sea Canyon Home provides sober living for men in Dana Point, California. Price was inspired to open the house because she was deeply affected by the death of a close friend’s daughter who passed away from a drug overdose. Her mission is to help clients new to recovery find safe and secure housing, so that they could stay clean and sober, rebuild their lives and look into the future with optimism.
Accommodations and Amenities
Sea Canyon Home is a single-family two-story residence that was built in 1974. The house is located on a quiet residential street and includes a spacious landscaped yard with palm trees. The house includes a luxurious living room, a dining room, a fully equipped kitchen and a breakfast nook. The living room boasts comfortable couches, a flat screen TV and a winding staircase that leads up to the second floor. Sea Canyon Home accommodates between 11 and 12 clients. There are six furnished bedrooms, including one single room, which is reserved for a senior resident, one triple-occupancy room and four doubles. The triple-occupancy room is a huge Master bedroom. The rooms are comfortably furnished with twin beds, nightstands, and dressers. Amenities include two flat screen televisions, a fitness room with a workout bench, treadmill and stationary bike.
Clients are responsible for their own groceries. There is one refrigerator in the kitchen, and four in the garage for residents to store perishable food items. Often the residents cook together, and break bread in the dining room, which is adjacent to the country-style kitchen. The dining room leads out to a covered patio, which has an abundance of foliage, a waterfall, plants, a gas grill, tables and chairs. A total of two senior residents, acting as house managers, live on the premises.
Rules and Regulations
Sea Canyon Home usually mandates that potential residents have a minimum of 30 days of abstinence from any chemical substances, and that they have successfully undergone primary care. However, clients with less than 30 days clean are occasionally admitted on a case-by-case basis.
Requirements for residency include attendance at five weekly 12-step meetings, an active relationship with a sponsor, and participation at weekly home meetings. Clients must be employed, enrolled in school, or participating in an outpatient program. Additionally, women or intimate partners are not allowed on the second floor. The house managers are on hand to provide a “checks and balances” system, ensuring that rules are followed, while making sure that the clients are progressing in their recovery.
At Sea Canyon Home, random drug and alcohol testing is conducted. There is a zero tolerance policy for clients who test positive on a screening. A monthly family night is provided, where relatives visit the house, and share in food and fellowship.
Sea Canyon Home is a member of the Sober Living Network, Orange County Sober Living Coalition.
Residents often organize community outreach projects in an effort to be of service.
Located in beautiful Dana Point, a city that enjoys a great location near the ocean and mild climate, Sea Canyon Home offers high-end style sober living at a fairly affordable price. For men seeking a quiet haven by the sea, where they can focus on their steps and their new lives, Sea Canyon Home is a good fit.
Sea Canyon Home
32941 Buccaneer St
Dana Point, CA 92629
Sea Canyon Home Cost: $1,200 (30 days). Reach Sea Canyon Home by phone at (949) 310-4661.
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