Sober College offers drug treatment for woman at all phases of their recovery. From residential to sober living, Sober College provides our young women with family-style living environments designed to help them build healthy, honest & supportive relationships with other young women that are similar to them. Our Women’s Rehab Center consists of Melvin House and Montecito Apartment Homes. At all phases of our program, our female clients are surrounded by supportive staff and peers and have all the amenities a young woman in early recovery needs.
Women’s Program: Melvin House
Sober College’s Melvin property, is located in a quiet suburban neighborhood in Los Angeles County. The Women’s House, also known as Melvin House, has all of the amenities young women in early recovery want and need including multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, Jacuzzi tub, living areas, big screen tv, a large backyard, fire pit and more.
Women’s Program: Sober Living Apartments
Sober College’s Women’s Extended Care and Sober Living are housed in the beautiful Montecito in Woodland Hills, CA. These luxurious apartments are two bedrooms with two large bathrooms equip with huge showers and/or jacuzzi tubs. The Montecito also have amenities that our young women can enjoy including BBQ areas, pool, outdoor jacuzzis, movie screening room and more.
Promoting Community | Women’s Rehab Center
All of our Facilities are chosen to promote the community aspect of recovery, which is critical for Women’s Recovery. Housing is designed to promote strong female relationships between clients throughout their stay. The women that have completed six months in our programs are eligible to move into the Women’s sober living apartments at Montecito Apartments located next door to the Learning Center. Women living in any phases of our program are encouraged to get to know women at different phases of this program. Those women that have been here longer are available to serve as examples for the newer young women who are newer to our program and to recovery.
Check out the photos above to see the inside and out. You can also click here to use our Interactive Map and see where things are located in relation to each other and the larger Los Angeles Area.