The purpose of the Ashland Home is to provide a safe and caring environment for women to get sober with dignity and build a foundation for recovery.
We strive to be a model for alcoholic women to get and stay sober and lead happy productive lives, where they are reunited with their families, involved in their communities and giving back what was given to them.
Ashland Home's doors opened on Ashland Drive in 1988 thanks to a group of women with a vision to provide a facility in Orange County that provides support and loving care at no charge to alcoholic women.
Ashland Home embraces the concept that alcoholism is a disease that requires a 12-step program of recovery in order to achieve the opportunity to enjoy an improved level of function in all areas of life.
Watch our video to learn more about how Ashland provides a safe and caring environment for women to get sober with dignity and build a foundation for recovery.