LOS ANGELES SOBER LIVING
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ABOUT US

Beacon of Hope is a faith-based, professionally managed sober/transitional residence for men. We offer a structured, safe and nurturing environment for men whom are recovering from drug & alcohol abuse. Drug or alcohol addiction is not a requirement for residency, however abstinence from drug & alcohol use is required in order that we may provide a safe environment for those that are in the process of recovery.​

At Beacon of Hope, we strive to maintain a slightly higher standard of sober living – We care about the future of each and every person who walks through our door. Our hand-selected staff go out of their way to provide as much physical and emotional support as they possibly can. It is our goal that all of the residents at Beacon of Hope transition into a respectable and fulfilling life.

 

OUR COMMUNITY

All are welcome here at Beacon of Hope. You need only bring two things with you: An open mind, and a desire for change.

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OUR NEIGHBORHOOD

Beacon of Hope is centrally located in the Westlake community of downtown Los Angeles. Our sober living home is a short distance from some of Southern California's most iconic landmarks - so you can can stay connected while you focus on staying sober.

AMENITIES

We strive to make our house feel like home, with free amenities and services to ensure your basic needs are met so you can focus on your recovery.

3 meals per day

   + Sunday brunch

Clean, fully furnished rooms

TV and entertainment rooms

Exercise and weight-lifting area

Free wifi internet

On-site washers and dryers

 
 

CONTACT US

ADDRESS: 810 BEACON AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA 90017

TEL: (714) 788-8521 - Augustus Charles, Managing Director

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