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The Last house is a place for any young man to get sober! I can tell you I've never met more kind and loving people. If you have the privilege to go visit it will feel like there are 30 staff and no clients. All the clients came to great me on a tour, shook my hand and said nice to meet you. If your kid is in need call Chris, Clayton and their team and your son to can recover.
CARE Los Angeles, 11 months ago
The Last House was exactly what my son needed after rehab such a wonderful group of men to help you navigate the real world ! All of the properties are just beautiful, clean ,safe, structured to their every need! I thank god everyday that my son got to experience sober living the right way! So many caring individuals who became his true friends and guided him to the road of recovery! He is now 4 years sober and COO OF THRIVE TREATMENT. So very proud of each and every man that graduates THE LAST HOUSE SOBER LIVING PROGRAM! It's truly amazing and on point!
debbie steele, 1 year ago
I am proud to say that I am a graduate of this house. I went through a year long process here. This place is great for those who are having trouble getting clean and sober. The community they have built is one of a kind. The Last House truly is something special.
Tj Rodriguez, 1 year ago
This place saved my life! The last house helped me get back on track, build lasting relationships, and finally become a man. I owe everything to this program and Clayton. I would recommend this sober living 100%
Taylor Weil, 1 year ago
Can't say enough positive things about The Last House and their program. It provides the positive peer pressure that young men need during early recovery. They have a way of making recovery "cool" and being responsible, "sexy", I know it sounds funny, but I've seen young punks enter and leave young gentleman. I have such respect for Clayton and Chris as business owners and operators, they are incredibly ethical and do a wonderful job educating parents on factual information about what to expect through the process. I wish more programs had the integrity of this company!
Amy Atwell, 1 year ago
They don't call it the "The Last House" for no reason. Real recovery requires change and these guys provide that opportunity. So many of those suffering, but trying to get sober, are going in and out of treatment and in and out of sober living, stuck in a viscous cycle of hope followed by despair. The Last House is you or your loved ones opportunity to break that cycle. The Last House is there to help your loved one have an experience sufficient enough to inspire in them a change that will allow them to break the treatment cycle, and go on to build and live a flourishing life. As an owner of a recovery program I feel a moral obligation to sift through the "business of recovery" to find those programs that are truly well intentioned and capable of helping others recover. I was introduced to the men that operate The Last House a couple of years ago and not only was I welcomed into their home to meet their staff and graduates, but they have readily made themselves available to help me to strengthen my own program. These men have a solid understanding of the challenges that are encountered by those in early recovery and they are willing to go to any length to help their clients. I have grown an immense amount of trust in this program and have referred my own friends here in their time of need. If you are reading this I would urge you to at least give them a call. Even if you decide they aren't the right fit for you or your loved one they will surely do their best to help you in any way they can.
Robert Wilson, 1 year ago