The Oaks House Sober Living Reviews, Cost, Complaints

The Oaks House Sober Living

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The Basics

Founded in 2014, The Oaks House Sober Living provides a safe, upscale sober living home for men and women about 35 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The Oaks House emphasizes 12-step involvement and provides an atmosphere designed to nurture newcomers, while still offering structure and accountability. The safe, suburban neighborhood is home to a thriving recovery community, shopping, restaurants and California Lutheran University.

Accommodations and Amenities

The Oaks House is a tidy, tan split-level home with a pool in the backyard. The house accommodates up to seven men and women, with both single and double-occupancy gender-specific rooms available. Except for the single, clients are paired in comfortably furnished rooms, which include full or twin beds, dressers and shared closet and storage space. There are two full bathrooms—one for men and one for women.

Residents are provided with home-cooked dinners four days a week. The rest of the time, they are responsible for their own food, and meals can be prepared in the fully equipped kitchen. Amenities include WiFi, cable TV, parking and free on-site laundry. The house has a live-in residential manager to provide oversight and support.

Rules and Regulations

Prior to admission, potential clients must have already completed detox. Weekly requirements  for residents include being at the house meetings and attending at least five 12-step meetings. Clients must also remain active during the week and attend school, work or participate in an outpatient program.

The curfew is 10 pm Sundays through Thursdays, and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Random drug and alcohol screenings are conducted. At The Oaks House, a zero tolerance policy is conducted, and residents who relapse are immediately evicted from the premises.

Extras

The Oaks House offers in house AA meetings twice a week, complimentary memberships to Gold’s Gym and transportation to and from the gym as well as local AA meetings. The house does fun group activities every weekend like recovery events, trips to the beach, sports games and concerts.

In Summary

Men and women looking for a sober living that feels like home will find The Oaks House Sober Living a great fit. The Oaks House provides a serene and safe ambience, so that clients can establish a strong foothold in recovery and focus on rebuilding their lives.

The Oaks House Sober Living
169 Odebolt Dr
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

The Oaks House Sober Living Cost: $500-$700 (30 days). Reach The Oaks House Sober Living by phone at (805) 663-3967 or by email at [email protected]. Find The Oaks House Sober Living on Facebook

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  1. For years I’ve traveled the country trying to get sober, living in many different sober living homes along the way. The Oaks House is nothing short of amazing. The structure and the community I built while living there absolutely saved my life and set me up for long term sobriety. For me, one of the most important aspects of the home was being separated from the men. I was placed with women who truly wanted to get better and together we got to work on ourselves each day. The owners are very loving and supportive, and provided everything I needed to put my recovery first and rebuild my life.

  2. The Oaks House sober living completely changed the trajectory of my life. I had been trying to get sober for over five years prior to moving into the Oaks House, and I couldn’t stay sober longer than a couple of months. The day that i moved into the house is the day that my life started to change. The structure that they provided pushed me into an amazing recovery community, where i made some friends that i will have for the rest of my life. They Provided me with a safe and comfortable environment where i was able to work on myself and start building a life. The Owners of the home and the fellow residents that I lived there with very quickly became my second family and continue to be a huge part of my life and my recovery. Words cannot express the gratitude and love that i have for The Oaks House and all they have done and continue to do for me.

  3. The Oaks house is run by an extremely hypocritical drug addict and his money hungry hypocritical wife. They are unreasonable and very controlling and they make people hand over their government benefits food stamps cards so they can buy food for their business. They tell other people that they have to go get food stamps and give their card to them in order to stay living in the house. It is illegal for anyone living in the house to have a government benefit food stamp card because Jim and Luciana are supposed to provide the food and there’s no reason anybody needs these government benefits while living here. It is also illegal for Jim and Luciana to force people to hand over their own government benefits. Jim and Luciana pick and choose the standards for each person and it is extremely cynical, hypocritical, and sickening to watch people claiming they are helping people recover yet completely unwilling to look at their own actions.

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