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Ashland Home

P.O. Box 3676, Laguna Hills, California, 92654
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About Ashland Home

Ashland Home provides no-cost residential addiction treatment to chemically-dependent women struggling with alcoholism and homelessness. Through a 12-Step model of recovery, Ashland Home works with women to encourage long-term sobriety. After 30 days of treatment, women who have successfully achieved sobriety are offered one year of low-cost housing.

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  • 4.8
    Avg. score from 4 reviews
  • 5
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  • 4.3
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 5
    Meals & Nutrition
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This place doesn't give you any acknowledgement if you leave before 30days. Even if you leave because of medical issues which the house manager kept ignoring and was aware of they will not give you ANYTHING saying you were in the program. That is crazy and has now put me in a bad situation with court. I don't agree with the process and they should be held accountable
    This place saved my life. It\'s incredible and the people are amazing
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    It's free and available to woman only. Non medical detox. I've gone to many rehabs and detoxes, this one was the only one focused on 12 steps and not on massages, yoga, etc. It was 30 day free program so being in my disease and homeless at the time, this was ideal for me. They allow u to leave premises at 21 days for job search and offer affordable sober living to those who graduate 30 days and get a job
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    Ashland is totally volunteer run and donation operated. It is in a neighborhood family home. Non medical, not even an aspirin allowed. 3 meeting a day first 30 days, 5 meetings a week and job required in sober living. Lots of support from other sober women. Allowed one year in 2 sober living locations run by Ashland Home. Also a once a week on site volunteer shift required for sober living. First come first served for entry. Person must call for themselves to reserve a bed and be there within a few hours or the bed is not held. House always full. Out of 5, this is the only rehab that worked for me