Opportunity House Sober Living

Transitional Housing
Fresno, CA
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5365 N Mariposa St
Fresno, CA - 93710

(559) 907-8528 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. opportunityhousefresno@gmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Opportunity House Sober Living

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They combine alcoholics and addicts in a sober lifestyle thats structure is designed for integrating anyone back into society functioning in a positive way. The affordable approach to getting your life back - A Sober Living is more than just somewhere to take a break on life and escape those problems that were created by our drinking and using. Spending time in a sober home can give a recovering addict/alcoholic the space to get a hold of a new sober lifestyle. Some of the things people in recovery can do from the support base of our sober living home are: -Organize a job search: Looking for employment will never be easier for a person in recovery than when a support system is in place and a schedule is recommended that allows adequate time for the application process, including interviews and pre-employment drug screenings. -Adjust to sobriety: While housed in a residential inpatient program, a patient often has very few liberties. Back at home, the sudden burden of making responsible decisions can be too much to handle. Our sober living has rules to follow and these rules always have an emphasis on the eventual transition back to independence. *Arranged housing: Many residents go into their sober living program without any other homes to speak of. Others have homes but are scared of going back. rightly so, because returning to their old stomping grounds will just lead to temptation. After all, it can be extremely difficult to resist a craving when the recovering addict knows every place to get what he's looking for within walking distance. Time could be better spent in a sober living home time can be put into an apartment search with lots of feedback from other residents and the staff regarding what to look out for. *Mend fences: An crucial step in the recovery process is to make amends to those who have been affected by the addict's actions. This process can be liberating. The support one finds in the community of fellow addicts will help guide the resident through the process of rebuilding broken relationships and putting back together some kind of outside support network.

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Anonymous - Aug 8, 2019

i am coming home after 6 years and i will be homeless and parole will be paying for whatever i need so if you could please get back to me with an answer my release date is 12-14-2019

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  1. Meth was clean from 07 to 2017 been struggling to stay clean thinking a more structured environment would help will posted August 12, 2019
  2. Was clean from meth from 2006 to 2017. My kids and I became homeless and within a year I started using again. We have been in seperate places and homeless for 3 yrs 8 months now. posted November 28, 2019
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  1. Yes. At opportunity house in vacaville, ca. Entered the homeless shelter after completing a residential treatment program in 2006 and was placed in their transitional housing program due to my daughter's heart surgery the same year. We lived in there approx o e year and was able to get our own apartment after that. She is has another heart surgery comi g up in Jan. 2020 and have nowhere to go afte posted November 28, 2019
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