Clean & Sober Living
8938 Madison Ave
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
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- Residential recovery treatment
- Sober living
- Recovery housing
- Transitional living
- Sacramento sober living
Hours of OperationOur business office is staffed from 8 AM to 8 PM Monday through Friday; 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday; and Noon to 5 PM on Sunday. If we are away from the phone, leave a voicemail message and we will call you back as soon as possible.
The Surgeon General reported that, in 2016, one out of seven Americans will face the challenges of substance use disorder, which shows up as a dependence on alcohol or other drugs. People who have been treated for their dependence on drugs or alcohol need a safe place to rebuild their lives, and thousands have discovered the supportive living environment at Clean & Sober Transitional Living (CSTL) in Fair Oaks. CSTL offers a safe, secure, supportive and affordable sober living environment where residents can strengthen their recovery, learn how to prevent relapse and build a strong foundation for a life free from drugs or alcohol. Here are some of the highlights of this powerful community:
- Established in 1989, our 14 homes and 120-plus residents represent the oldest and largest transitional living community in Northern California. We have helped over 6000 people rebuild lives without drugs or alcohol as they make plans to return to their own homes, families and jobs. CSTL has been certified by CCAPP since 1989.
- Our residents come from all walks of life. Whether a Fortune 500 professional, a blue collar employee or a college student, our residents share the same goal: long-term freedom from drugs or alcohol.
- We have designed our sober living environment to help residents rebuild lives, reclaim life skills, avoid relapse and learn how to live without drugs or alcohol – all while living in a safe, affordable and supportive community.
- At CSTL, residents share beautiful homes in Fair Oaks, California, with others who are committed to their recovery - and yours. Residents are key to CSTL’s intentional and powerful system of care built on the integrity, commitment and support of fellow residents and staff.
- Residents in the CSTL community are required to abstain from alcohol or other drugs. CSTL residents pay rent and are gainfully employed or in school. They are responsible tenants and good citizens who volunteer for civic events to help build a stronger community.