Luminous Sober Living

The term “luminous” refers to a state of enlightenment. It means to be full of or shedding light, especially in the dark. And we know the road to recovery can oftentimes be a dark and lonely road. Therefore, as part of our Luminous philosophy, we believe in fostering positivity, love and a strong sense of community throughout an individual’s recovery process – regardless of whether or not they are a resident of one of our Sober Living Environments. We seek to spread the joys of sobriety and personal growth through powerful social media tools. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and  YouTube for daily positive affirmations, success stories and more. To share your success stories, email us! We’d love the opportunity to share both the joys of sober living and the challenges that you’ve overcome. Below are just a few examples of how we seek to spread the Luminous philosophy and actively engage with recovering communities around the world.

Indeed, make your new life worth all the challenges you've overcome, fears you've faced and mistakes you've made &…

Posted by Luminous Sober Living for Men and Women on Friday, May 6, 2016

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Local Resources in Marin County

What are the signs of substance abuse?  Click here to learn more about what to look for in a loved one’s behavior.  The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) also offers information on drugs, alcohol, and/or addiction.

Do you have a loved one in recovery?  Click here to read about drug addiction treatment options, from the perspective of family members.

Are you just starting the journey toward recovery? Check out The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health and Substance Use Services (MHSUS), to get started.  Learn more about the wide range of education, prevention, treatment and counseling services that the MHSUS offers to Marin County residents.

Looking for a schedule of AA meetings in San Francisco and/or Marin county?  Click here to browse through the Intercounty Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous website.

Need help narrowing down a local treatment center?  Click here to browse the many rehabilitation facilities in Marin county.  Check out the Helen Vine Detox Center in San Rafael.  Helen Vine’s services integrate well with Buckelew’s other innovative behavioral health programs.  Not only does Helen Vine give people with drug or alcohol problems–including those that have a mental illness–a chance to begin their recovery, they can also find support, acceptance and hope through individualized programs including counseling, education about alcohol and drug addiction, 12-step meetings, medical services, wellness and  life care tools, relapse prevention and community mentors.