Clean And Sober

Transitional Housing
Fair Oaks, CA
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8938 Madison Ave
Fair Oaks, CA - 95628

(916) 961-2691 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one cstlinc@comcast.net Website Go to Facebook

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About Clean And Sober

The CSTL mission is to provide a safe, affordable community where people can fortify their recovery from addiction or alcoholism while eliminating the stigma an d shame of this potentially-deadly brain disease. People who seek sobriety need the structure and support of a community that is intentionally designed to support their recovery. That includes on-site access to 12-step programs, three nutritious meals a day served in a communal setting of support, easy access to public transportation and employment opportunities, guidance and structure that support a life of sobriety and integrity, and like-minded fellow residents who are intent upon living free of alcohol or drugs.

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