purpose of our programs is to provide recovery home services
for the alcoholic and drug addict, thus assisting those
The road to clear thinking through a program of alternatives,
insight and sobriety.
To teach the alcoholic and drug addict a number of alternate
life styles without drinking or using
To help the participant solve problems without drinking
To help the alcoholic and drug addict prepare to re-enter
into their home community upon completion of the program
To give the alcoholic and drug addict an opportunity to
enjoy a happy satisfying life while remaining clean and
no two drug addicts or alcoholics are alike, so no two treatment
plans should be. Our qualified staff will assist the individual
in creating an individualized plan that meets each individual’s
needs and will give them their best opportunity to achieve
long term sobriety.
Social Model Advocates Inc.’s professional staff is
certified and highly skilled. Each staff member is also
involved in his or her own recovery program and understands
the recovery process from a perspective that only another
drug addict or alcoholic can. Because of this connection
our staff is involved in the participant’s recovery
from the first day.
Our programs, The Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village
a women and women with children facility and The David J.
Riordan’s Hobie House and are members of the local
Chamber of Commerce and a state wide organization the California
Association of Addiction Resources.
program services provide a comprehensive social model approach
to residential treatment for substance abusers that are
deemed to be in need of a structured support system to allow
positive changes and stabilization in the participant’s
attitude and lifestyle. These services provide a structured
clean and sober environment, while emphasizing the process
of learning through “doing” and “experiencing”.
These services are peer oriented and the staff; themselves
are recovering addicts/alcoholics.
We will not attempt to “fix” the alcoholic/addict,
but offer the tools and guidance necessary to attain a life
of sobriety/clean time.
that community willingness to serve and a commitment to
help others is the basis of our work
that “If you give man bread, you nourish him once.
If you teach him to plant, you nourish him forever”