Friends of Choices is dedicated to supporting individuals in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. At the heart of our organization are our sober living homes in West Los Angeles.
The picture above was taken from the road to June Lake in the southern Sierras, on a recent fishing trip with house residents.
With the homes as our focal point, we also offer services designed to help our residents develop the skills needed to build successful independent lives. Since our founding in 1993, we have provided a safe and supportive home, and a new start in life, to hundreds of recovering alcoholics and addicts.
Welcome to the Friends of Choices website, a place where our community of alumni, supporters, volunteers and the recovery community in general can keep in touch with us. You'll also find more information about upcoming events in these pages.
I invite you to become involved in the work that we do. Opportunities for volunteers are more fully described here. For those of you who are members of the recovery community, you already know that there is nothing more gratifying than sharing your gift with others.
To our current supporters and volunteers, I'd like to reaffirm my deepest gratitude for everything you've done for Friends of Choices through the years.
You can find out more about Friends of Choices in the pages that follow. Our Programs and Services section describes what we do in a bit more detail. About Friends of Choices describes where we started, where we are today, and what we plan for the future. How You Can Help describes various ways you can become involved in the work that we do.
We operate two reasonably priced sober living homes for men in West Los Angeles. For more information, see our, or call Sal Wilson at (310) 477-4428.
As a service to the online community, we offer our Take the Test section, featuring self-test questionnaires for those who think they might be alcoholic, addicted to drugs, co-dependent, have an eating disorder or suffer from another substance or behavioral addiction. We've added a test for depression, a condition common among those suffering from addiction. Our Recovery Resources page provides links to organizations that can help—including help for the families of alcoholics and addicts.
If you'd like to find out more about housing availability, volunteer opportunities or upcoming events, please feel free to contact us. We're here to help.
Friends of Choices
Post Office Box 66164
Los Angeles, CA 90066
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