The big 3…


According to a study, around 10% of adults in America struggle with drug use disorder.  Addiction can wreak havoc on one’s physical and mental health. Most addicts incur one or more associated health problems, which can include cancer, lung, or heart disease. Addiction and mental disorders often go hand in hand.


Addiction can break apart families. It affects one’s personal and professional relationships. A person with an addiction is unable to focus and concentrate. As a result, they become less productive. They may lose motivation to exercise and stop attending social events. Physical inactivity and social isolation by themselves are subject to cause a number of health effects.


Life-Rock is committed to helping people grappling with addiction rebuild their lives. Developed by industry experts, our recovery program for addiction in Sonoma County equips recovering addicts with the life skills they need in order to beat temptation. We provide a safe place devoid of temptations conducive to recovery.


We work with residents recovering from a wide range of addictions. However, three that we see most commonly are.




Opioid addiction has been a severe difficulty spreading across the U.S. Opioid abuse is responsible for the deaths of thousands of people per year. It comes in many different forms among them being fentanyl, oxycodone, morphine, and many other prescription-based drugs. Fortunately, although detoxing is known for being extremely difficult, there are centers available for keeping you safe during this critical process after which patients are encouraged to begin an inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation program.


There are always options available for those who reach out; we are also here to help you find the program that’s right for you. Drug programs, coupled with short-term medication along with the introduction and continued participation in a 12-Step program, have continued to produce positive outcomes to those struggling with opiate addiction.




Life-Rock offers a program-driven residential experience in both housing and support. We encourage the 12 Steps of AA in a holistic modality. The length of stay is open-ended and unique for each resident. Our minimum stay is 90 days for men and 180 days for women. Almost everyone stays longer than the minimum, and many residents stay for a year or longer. Your stay will be based on your own history, underlying issues, and needs.




The most effective treatments for methamphetamine addiction are behavioral therapies and support. Working the 12-Step program with a sponsor along with random testing and encouragement for non-drug-related activities has been shown to be effective in reducing methamphetamine misuse.


Although medications have proven effective in treating some substance use disorders, there are currently no medications that counteract the specific effects of methamphetamine or that prolong abstinence from and reduce the misuse of methamphetamine by an individual addicted to the drug. Therefore, we stress 12-Step meetings, sponsors, random testing, support and encouragement from fellow house residents as a long-term key to success and health.


How We Operate


Our recovery program is designed to help recovering addicts structure their lives. We have a zero-tolerance policy. Our house managers enforce house rules. They conduct surprise drug tests and toxicology tests to ensure compliance with house rules. We also have curfews in place to help residents commit to staying on a path to sobriety while they form strong recovery practices.


Life-Rock is a healthy space to actively relieve stress or seek counsel from our experts. We conduct various physical and mental activities to keep residents engaged. Stressors such as relationship problems, financial concerns, and job pressure can increase relapse risk. Oftentimes, recovering addicts experiencing life problems need an emotional outlet but are hesitant to share their feelings with their loved ones.


Our house managers are always willing to lend an ear. House residents can approach them anytime about their professional and personal problems. Our house managers have excellent communication skills. They actively listen to house residents and do their very best to help them find solutions to their problems. 


We assure house residents full support every step of the way. Our house managers provide constant guidance to house residents, helping them make better decisions. We encourage residents to build meaningful relationships and share their stories with each other so they can gain perspective and learn from each other.


Have questions about our addiction recovery community in Sonoma & Napa Counties? Reach out, help is just a call away.