Who We Are
At the heart of our sober living house is the belief that recovery is not a journey taken alone but a collective endeavor, rooted in community, fellowship, and mutual support. We understand that the path to sobriety is a multifaceted one, requiring more than just clinical interventions. It demands a holistic approach that nurtures the mind, body, and spirit, and that’s exactly what we strive to provide here.
Our treatment philosophy is grounded in the power of community. We believe that when individuals are given a safe space to grow, they not only heal but also help others heal. Our alumni meetings serve as a testament to this, offering residents both new and old the chance to share their stories, their struggles, and their triumphs. These meetings are a living, breathing example of the strength that comes from unity, showing our current residents that long-term recovery is not just possible but achievable and fulfilling.
We also recognize the importance of daily rituals and physical well-being in the recovery process. Our morning meditation meetings are designed to help residents start their day with focus and intention, grounding them in the present moment. Activities like hiking, swimming, and trips to the beach are not just leisurely pastimes; they are integral to our treatment philosophy. Nature heals, and physical activity rejuvenates the body, clears the mind, and uplifts the spirit.
Outside meetings and community-based activities further enrich our program, offering residents the opportunity to integrate into the broader recovery community and to practice the social skills essential for long-term sobriety. We believe that the spirit of fellowship extends beyond the walls of our home, and we encourage our residents to be active members of the society to which they belong.
In essence, our program is more than just a series of activities or clinical methods; it’s a way of life, one that fosters a spirit of community and mutual support. Together, we are not just strong; we are unstoppable. Together, we don’t just survive; we thrive. Welcome to a community where you are never alone, and where your journey to recovery is our journey too.
Meet Our Staff
Lance has been a beacon in the recovery community since getting sober in 1997. Two years later, he established RPR to extend a lifeline to those battling addiction. An active member in the recovery sphere, Lance has dedicated his life to making a transformative difference in the lives of those striving to get and stay sober.
With the guidance and mentorship of Lance, Trevor has undergone a remarkable transformation from a hopeless addict to a dependable house manager with a keen business acumen. Today, Trevor is passionate about sharing his journey and wisdom with those who find themselves with those same struggles. His relatable experience and empathy make him an invaluable asset in helping others attain and sustain a sober life.
Ripley moved to Rancho Park from Atlanta to get sober. He takes a down to earth approach to life and recovery, going into nature to find answers and personal growth. Now he takes others on that journey to help them build self-reliance and to get to know who they are without substances.
Dave has a business and computer science background. He uses his talents to give back to the house that showed him how to live free from the bondage of addiction.
I will be forever grateful to have found this house."
The amazing staff touched our family with their compassion and willingness to do whatever it took to help our son be successful in his sobriety. The house provided a great combination of fellowship and accountability to his goals.
Talk to us
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