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Let Sunshine Sober Living be the path to your recovery

In a world that for many of us is a dark and scary place, a helping hand often serves as the light amidst all adversities. Addiction is one such darkness that takes a toll on not only the individual but the entire family. Sunshine Sober Living strives hard every day to be this guiding light in the life of all those who are at the mercy of this illness. Our holistic and structured approach focuses on your mind, body, and soul to help you live the rich and fulfilling life that you deserve.

There Is Hope

for our a bright future when you


Understand that your life has become unmanageable


Desire change


Are willing to embrace a new life

Inquire about sober companion and intervention services


Let Sunshine Sober Living be the path to your recovery

A guiding light is almost always insufficient without a caring hand. Let Sunshine be yours.

Sunshine Sober Living is Here to Meet All Your Needs


Is Here To Meet All Your Needs


Our house was founded upon the principle of treating the whole person. Call our hotline, and gain access to one of the caring members of our admissions team who will personally arrange for detox services, rehab treatment, or the IOP that best serves you. Our referrals are with the state of California’s most reputable licensed and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)-accredited programs. For those individuals who need treatment programs outside of California, our admissions team will arrange placements in programs throughout the country. Our own Sunshine Sober Living facility is already operating for those who are ready for the “structured independence” of a transitional living facility.

Bring a new change to your life that you need and deserve

About Our Substance-Free Home

Independent, Sober and Substance-Free living in a clean and safe environment

At Sunshine Sober Living, let our house become your home. Freshly decorated, Sunshine Sober Living is family-owned and operated. We welcome men and women, ages 21 and up, with and without co-occurring conditions, who have a true commitment to sustaining long-term recovery from drug and/or alcohol abuse, and other addictions

This bright, beautiful home which has been completely renovated, radiates warmth and an energy that fosters the healing process. Located just outside of Los Angeles, in the upscale residential neighborhood of Woodland Hills, our residents benefit from the beautiful Southern California climate, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the close proximity by foot to Ventura Boulevard and all its shops, restaurants, therapists and 12-Step meetings.

At Sunshine Sober Living, you’ll find holistic recovery and treatment services in a structured environment



Our Staff

A Message from

Richard and Wendy

Dear Friends,

Welcome to Sunshine Sober Living on behalf of our entire team, particularly our program director Elliot Leonard, who has been a driving force in helping us get to where we are today. Using the traditional recovery prototype, we provide those seeking sobriety with a structured program that requires hard work and accountability…



22 May 2019

Benefits of Structured Transitional Living

Structured transitional living, or sober living in a halfway house, can oftentimes be underestimated and stigmatized in early recovery. When it comes to maintaining long term sobriety, structured transitional living can be fundamental in contributing to you or your loved one’s success. 

Rehab Treatment Center

01 Mar 2019

How to Find a Rehab Treatment

Addiction to drugs or alcohol is blamable for millions of lives destroyed. The majority of people who have problems are teenagers and the elderly. Due to its two components, physical addiction, and psychological addiction, it is easy to lose control of your life and let the addiction control you.

01 Feb 2019

How Opiates Impact the Brain and Body

It’s no secret that opioid addiction has spread rampantly throughout the United States. According to National Institute on Drug Abuse “Every day, more than 115 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. The misuse and addiction to opioids—including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl—is a serious national crisis that affects public health as well as social and economic welfare.”

01 Jan 2019

Recognizing the Signs of Relapse

Studies show that more than 85% of recovering addicts relapse and return to actively abusing drugs and/or alcohol, within the first year following treatment. Addiction has recently been acknowledged as “disease of the brain.” Whether you have been sober 3 years or 30 days, most would agree addiction is propelled by negative thinking. The common connection between all addicts is the fundamental inability to deal with emotions.

22 Apr 2019

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21 Feb 2019

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    4633 Canoga Avenue, Woodland Hills , California 91364