Imagine a life full of happiness, love, and purpose.

In active addiction we dig ourselves into a seemingly inescapable pit of shame, regret, and depression.  We’ve discovered, from our own experiences, that emerging from the depths of despair is just the start of a journey full of self-discovery and accomplishment beyond our wildest dreams.

Sober Living

Outpatient Referral

Detox & Residential Referral

Why Choose Sober Living ?

Dealing with addiction means learning how to live sober, and that can be an extremely challenging endeavor if you run right back into your old environment, where triggers abound…

A sober living home is a fellowship of residential clients.  Sober homes provide structure and accountability in a safe, supportive environment.  Residents receive the vital resources they need to comfortably bridge the gap between inpatient rehab and independent living.  Lasting sobriety often requires a reorientation of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that can, unfortunately, take time and occasional discomfort, which is why it’s so important for newly recovering addicts to wake up every day in a caring, orderly environment.

Residents should be using the springboard of sober living to strive for their goals, whether that’s finding a job, pursuing further education or perhaps just intense dedication to intensive outpatient programming. Residents take responsibility for cooking and cleaning, and there are regular house meetings to address any conflicts or concerns.  If you’re committed to working your program and making lasting changes in your life, sober living will undoubtedly be one of the most critical legs of your rehab journey.

Outpatient drug rehab is designed for adults who are addicted to drugs, alcohol or both, and who understand that formal therapeutic support will greatly enhance their chances of maintaining permanent sobriety.

As with inpatient substance abuse programs, outpatient rehab addresses the root causes of addiction through individual and group therapy. While outpatient and inpatient programs overlap in many substantive ways, the major difference is that outpatient participants continue to live in the community.  In many cases, participants successfully juggle work and school commitments in addition to regular outpatient attendance.

Because outpatient participants aren’t required to live at a residential rehab center, this type of care is best suited for someone who has already graduated from a residential program, or who can manage their substance abuse absent round-the-clock accountability to a structured home. Outpatient costs are more cost-effective than residential substance abuse programs.  It’s common for outpatient drug rehab participants to also reside at a sober home, so that they are flanked by communal support during vulnerable evening and early morning hours.

Outpatient drug rehab programming is usually offered for a specific number of hours each day. Participants follow a set schedule of group therapy sessions, in conjunction with more personalized work alongside a skilled and knowledgeable case manager.  The schedule may be adapted to meet individual needs and outside obligations. As with inpatient programs, outpatient drug rehab participants are expected to remain sober, and relapsing may result in removal from the program.

Staying in a sober living home while participating in an outpatient drug rehab program gives participants the opportunity to build lasting relationships with others looking to achieve true freedom from addiction. Peer support is a big part of success in rehab; sober living homes allow addicts and alcoholics to immesh themselves with others who have traversed similar territory, wandered down the same dark corridors, and emerged with the unique compassion and wisdom required to pull another addict safely back from the precipice.  We see examples of this every day, in small gestures and grand acts. Combining an outpatient drug rehab program with residency in a sober living home can dramatically raise the odds that an addict or alcohol will recover- and thrive!

About Upright Recovery

We are a structured program built on love and compassion. We understand there are many roads to recovery, and we are here to guide you on yours.

Why Upright Recovery?

With an intimate group of hands-on owners & staff, every UpRight client receives the attention they deserve, whether it be through private mentoring sessions or community support.

We truly understand the pain inflicted upon those suffering from alcoholism and addiction, as we’ve experienced and endured the suffering ourselves.  We have found a solution for this most ineffable disease, and our vocation and life mission is to share the solution with you.

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Breaking The Cycle

At UpRight we aid you in breaking the vicious cycle that is “relapse-detox-treatment” by placing focus on what’s of the utmost importance: building and maintaining a sober network and family. At UpRight, the undeniable bonds between clients are everlasting. While you’ll spend only a few, temporary months under our roof, you’ll undoubtedly leave UpRight with a “forever family.”
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Let’s build the pieces back together!

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Your treatment will be performed by licensed therapist. Schedule your appointment now!

Why L.A

People venture to L.A from across the world in search of lasting sobriety.  The L.A. recovery community is said to be the “mecca of sobriety” for good reason; there are over 1000 AA, NA, CA, GA, SLA, and OA meetings per week.  To enhance your recovery, Los Angeles offers bountiful opportunities for self-expression, countless venues for displaying individual talent, and plenty of ways to have good, old-fashioned fun.

Hancock Park

Beverly Hills


Our Team

We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
This is your first step to recovery. Let’s talk! Don’t hesitate to reach out with your contact information, or send a message using the form.
137 S. Highland Ave. Los Angeles,
CA 90036 USA
(323) 481-3312
(323) 513-3680
1722 Stanley Ave

Hollywood, CA 90046

(323) 481-3312
(323) 513-3680