Residential recovery for men
Our residential recovery program in El Monte provides a structured living environment in an atmosphere of recovery. Each day begins with morning meditation and reflection. Residents attend daily groups, participate in recreational and social activities, and receive individual counseling. In the evening, residents may attend on-site or outside Twelve Step meetings (nightly Twelve Step fellowship meetings are held at the Amstone Hall, just a step away from the Center). The meetings operate independently of the program and everyone is welcome.
The last phase of the program emphasizes job training and employment. Length of stay in residential recovery is based on each individual's unique circumstances, and may extend for a period of months. Facilities include a play area for residents who have visits with their children. This area is adjacent to temporary and supportive housing services for persons who have completed a residential program and are attending outpatient care.
Omni Center also provides temporary housing for otherwise homeless persons receiving co-occurring diagnosis treatment under contract with the County of Los Angeles, Department of Mental Health.
Fees are based on the ability to pay and no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Partial funding is provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. Omni Center is licensed and certified by the State of California, Department of Health Care Services. If you feel you can benefit from our services, please feel free to inquire. All services are confidential.