January 2021 “New Year, New Goals For All!”

Even though 2021 is already a few weeks old, we're hereby wishing everyone that is subscribed to our newsletter a happy, successful and healthy year! We wish everyone Good Luck with achieving the goals you've set yourself. Our own new year's goals and resolution is the same as last year and the one before: Make Valley Sober Living an even better place for participants than ever before.

Our Featured Recovery Home For January 2021


Mourfield House
3780 Mourfield, Stockton Stockton, CA

The Mourfield, Is a large 14 bedroom sober complex is located in a quaint country rural setting, just N of “famed” French Camp and just East of Weston Ranch… Its’ another Co-ed Sober Living opportunity… and as in ALL our homes, it comes equipped with FREE Wifi, Cable and phone services…Reasonably close to abundant shopping (Weston Ranch) a 15 minute walk & bus lines a 5 minute walk and its another CAARR - Sober Living Network & NAARR certified SLE

Meet This Months VSL Staff Member Spotlight

Lauren Klinger

Lauren Klinger graduated from California State University, Chico in 2016 with a BS in Communication of Sciences and Disorders. Since graduating, Lauren has worked for both Valley Sober Living as the head of accounts receivables, and a Physical Therapy Aide for Central Valley Physical Therapy. It is Lauren’s goal to continue her fathers mission with Valley Sober Living to provide clean, safe, and healthy homes for people in the process of recovery.

 

Videos Worth Watching!

We always like to share videos that we believe are worth watching. For example, this video we are sharing this month about famous people that we surely you will recognize and their stories about dealing with addiction and how it affected them and their families in one way or another. For some had a tragic end as for others a wake up call.
As the video states Addiction is No Joke.

Let us know what you think? We'd love to get your opinion! Send it to info@valleysoberliving.org

News from The Sober Living Industry

We recognize the current high level of stress and we are offering our partners, friends, associates and participants a way to connect and discuss what is happening today during this unprecedented pandemic and the sober living industry. We welcome your input, stories and news that you would like to share. Send it to info@valleysoberliving.org
We wanted to share this great article from www.narronline.org

Supporting individuals using medications for opioid use disorder in recovery residences: challenges and opportunities for addressing the opioid epidemic

Psychosocial factors such as employment, peer support, and common health conditions play a key role in the course and management of OUD (30–32). Therefore, additional supports are needed to increase an individual’s psychosocial recovery capital, or the social, financial, cultural, and human capital needed to achieve and maintain recovery long-term (33). These resources are commonly referred to as recovery support services (RSS), and “provide emotional and practical support for continuing remission as well as daily structure and rewarding alternatives to substance use” (34). Examples of RSS include mutual aid groups (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous), pee

NARRonline Article Link:
https://narronline.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Miles-et-al_2020_MOUD-and-RRs.pdf

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Valley Sober Living, VSL (Recovery Residences)

have been successfully serving the Stockton, Lodi, and Ceres Communities since 2009, providing supportive “clean & sober” residential services. Sober Living Homes Providing Social Support for its Participants.

Did you know that our housing is deemed a critical part of the continuum of care helping curb the pervasive opioid and other substance abuse crisis in all communities. Want to know more about Valley Sober Living visit https://valleysoberliving.org/

VSL proudly operates under the stringent certification guidelines of these (2) State and National agencies

 CCAPP: (The California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals) https://ccappmembership.org/

 NARR: (National Alliance of Recovery residences) https://narronline.org

Help Us Help Others

We welcome any contributions for our much less fortunate patrons @ VSL

We always welcome any contribution as we like to make our participants our priority.

Designated Contributions
To offer your support to a specific program or to designate your Contribution Such as:

 Sober living residential services
 Substance Abuse Treatment services
 Detox services
 Help with meals

Suggested Contributions

 $25 covers essential survival kits - (ex; few bus passes, hygiene items, undergarments, $5 food cards, etc.(most popular))
 $40 covers covers a Bus Pass, for one month
 $100 covers Food and Grocery Provisions, for one month thru a Gift Card (recommended)
 $550 - $1000 covers residential Sober Living for one month
 $2000 covers one month County subsidized Treatment Center
 $8000-$15,000 covers One month of Private Treatment Center services

Non-Monetary Contributions

FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN OUR SOBER LIVING HOUSING
NA Books
AA Books
Men’s Bicycles
Toiletries – shampoo & conditioner; deodorant; toothpaste & toothbrushes; soaps; lotions
Shower Shoes – all Sizes
Bedding for TWIN Mattresses only – sheets, blankets, mattress covers, pillows
Towels – bath, hand, wash cloth, kitchen
Exercise equipment
Men’s Shoes & coats (gently used)
New socks & underwear
Bus Passes

YOU CAN JOIN US IN MAKING RECOVERY POSSIBLE FOR ALL BY CONTRIBUTING TODAY!
CONTRIBUTIONS OVER $250 WILL BE RECOGNIZED IN OUR WEBSITE, SOCIAL MEDIA ERC

Help Someone In Need and Donate Today!
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☎️ 209 513 2319 ☎️