Policy for detox before entering sober living program

I want to go to Sober Living
They say I need a Detox first
Does Anybody Care???
Many people care.
There are free social model detox places

Social model means no medication
Just a place to sleep, food, & support.

Many people believe "I am ready to get clean now, a free place will take me in."

That's a difficult way to go, waiting lists can be 6 to 12 weeks, and social model is pretty tough when you need medical detox

God bless the Salvation Army and the like
they are a good place to start calling,
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If you have any body, anywhere that can help you with $5000 to $10,000 for the first month or so.  The fees go down every month.  Detox included 

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Call Beach Cities Addiction Rehab & Intervention Referrals 
949-292-2000

One on One private sober coaching
Sober Coaching can work  
One on one 
with the Sober Living residents
Beach Cities hot line can refer                           
you to low cost detox
as low as $2500 cash for 10 days, 
if you are healthy enough to qualify.

Sober Living Referrals

Out Patient Rehab
Interventionist

Click here to contact us    www.WIrecovery.com

If you need medical detox - all Rehabs have a Policy about detox before entering 
especially sober living programs.  Call our referral Hot Line now We Will HELP YOU
949-292-2000

Loriann Witte Orange County Medical Detox
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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info. I had tried to get into the Salvation Army. but I needed to get into a place right away. I was getting hot the streets and I was on the verge of getting arrested. So what I needed up doing was going up to Northern California with an old family and flopped around on his couch for two weeks. Then I went and got into a sober living place.
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  2. Hey Pat, It's tough on the streets. Many of us wonder why we waited so long to get clean and sober,
    once we start to change.
    Using was our solution to the pain, and for a while it is. It's good, it's great, then it can go all wrong
    I'm glad you made it into recovery.
    The world is a safer place, especially for you.

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