Our Philosophy

Epiphany Sober Living helps men and women achieve long-term recovery from alcoholism and addiction by providing a sober, supportive and structured living space.

We believe recovery is more than a medical process. Recovery affects all aspects of a person – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Committing to sobriety means committing to personal growth and taking responsibility for our actions.

Further, we recognize that every Epiphany client is an individual with his or her own story and needs, and we believe in tailoring treatment plans to those needs. This includes both 12-step and non-12-step flexibility, and faith-based services for those who are so inclined.

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The Sober Living Environment

Our locations in Beverly Hills and West Los Angeles neighborhoods provide a unique opportunity to combine comfortable, well-appointed surroundings with a carefully controlled and structured recovery setting. We have seen and personally experienced the benefits that these elements can have on the early stages of sobriety.

To create this environment, Epiphany Sober Living homes feature upscale furnishings and amenities. Some examples include:

  • Memory foam beds
  • Private bathrooms
  • Private and shared room options
  • Bedrooms with 42″ LED satellite TVs
  • 60″ LED smart TVs in common areas
  • Indoor & outdoor jacuzzis
  • Private pool
  • Enclosed patio/BBQ area
  • Stocked kitchen & modern appliances
  • House computer access & Wi-Fi
  • On-site laundering
  • Ping-Pong tables

We believe that recovery in a tasteful, affluent setting can be an example of “sober lives well-lived.” At Epiphany, we combine this environment with the services, resources and expertise our clients need to move forward and gain control of their lives.

If you’ve made it this far, you should have a pretty good idea of what Epiphany is all about by now. So you have a decision to make. Will you choose recovery and a sober life well-lived? Will you choose your own “Epiphany Moment”?

Please give us a call at (424) 262-4168, or click here to send us a message.

Whatever your decision is, the Epiphany team and I encourage you to be strong and seek recovery.