Welcome to A New Life Sober Living’s New Blog

Welcome to to the new blog page for A New Life Sober Living Home in Mission Viejo and Orange County, California – upscale transitional recovery housing

As one of Orange County, California’s most affordable upscale sober living homes for men & women, A New Life is extremely proud at the launch of our new website as we embark on the journey of saving lives and rebuilding families!  And with so many sober living home options here. We present this new blog with great honor and excitement as we continue to ride the wave of being among Orange County’s most well respected transitional housing and aftercare residences.

Over the coming weeks and months we plan on building this new blog with a slew of practical and informative content relating to the process of recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism.  We invite our viewers to click and read and comment as they wish…

Our staff is available 7 days a week at 310-770-9616

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2 Responses to “Welcome to A New Life Sober Living’s New Blog”

  1. Christina G. says:

    A new life sober living has an understanding compassionate staff, not only do they treat the addiction, but they help to make sure the issues leading up to the addiction are faced and overcome. Here patients are seen as people and not a disease. Jeff is a compassionate person who understands that we all have our own demons, but he has shown me that it is how we defeat those demons that we win. We do not have to let drugs and alcohol controls. We control our life’s and at sober living they help us gain back that control.

  2. Diane Hart says:

    I just would like to compliment the staff. They were knowledgeable and compassionate. They addressed the addictions my son was having with a conerened staff in a positive environment . My son is on his way to a productive life with the tool’s he has been provided by A New Life Sober Living. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.