Casa de las Amigas’ Sober Living program and facilities make it possible for women completing addiction treatment to move into a safe and supportive sober living setting for up to one year. For many women, the transition from addiction treatment to a sober living environment is critical to their success for long-term sobriety. We provide an affordable, loving and safe setting where participants live in the company of women who share the common goal of staying clean and building a life based on the 12-step principals of recovery.
Sober living participants receive supportive counseling from our staff, search for employment and continue their education as they make the transition back into society. Many are referred to the State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Pasadena City College Occupational Training Center and Women at Work for assistance in job placement and training.
To assist women in need of literacy training, Casa de las Amigas has formed a partnership with Pasadena Reads, which offers reading assessment and tutoring on an individual basis and helps residents and graduates with GED preparation and resume writing.