San Diego’s Premiere Sober Living House
Welcome to One of the Nation’s Most Exclusive Recovery Homes
There is simply not a better combination of location, amenities, and staff out there than what can be found at our coastal home in Carlsbad, CA.
As featured on CNN, By The Sea Recovery is a San Diego California sober living home that has set the standard in the country for sober housing after drug rehab that can be paired with additional support and counseling through our outpatient programs.
Our goal is to provide you with the best transitional experience possible to help you continue your recovery and living your life in a positive and constructive manner, free of drugs or alcohol.
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INCREDIBLE LOCATION AND STAFF
CREATE WORLD-CLASS EXPERIENCE
Inspirational Area in North County San Diego
By The Sea Recovery sober living home in San Diego is located in “North County” – San Diego’s coastal community. This area is home to Tony Hawk, Shaun White and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder.
North County San Diego is also home to colleges, recovery resources, and hundreds of recovery meetings. Only 15 minutes from the beach, By the Sea Recovery is ideally located to extend sobriety after leaving a higher level of care at a residential drug rehabilitation center.
Visit By The Sea’s website to learn more about their services and to check if there is a vacancy.
MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) in our Sober Living Environment (when appropriate)
The staff at By the Sea Recovery sober living is qualified and trained to manage the dispensing of client medication like Suboxone and Subutex (all brand names for buprenorphine) that is managed and prescribed by a licensed physician.
These standards have been adopted from our licensed Detox facility with California DHCS (Department of Health Care Services). This policies represents our exceptional dedication to providing the best recovery environment possible including the management and dispensation of MAT medications like these. Read more about MAT on the SAMHSA website.