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“3 years today. Thank you puente house for helping me turn my life around. If it wasn’t for the structure and discipline I learned living at 444.I don’t think I’d be the man I am today. My family and I thank you.”

Meet Jennifer

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“3 years have flown by so fast! When I arrived at Puente House in December of 2014, I was unsure of what to expect. I was afraid I wouldn’t fit in; a fear I struggled with all of my life. After just a couple of days I began to enjoy the energy and good vibes I found there. We were all there for the same purpose, which was comforting to me.

Puente house immersed me in a twelve step program and gave me the structure and self discipline that had been missing from my life. It’s my belief that my 12 step program and Puente House have led me to become the person I was always meant to be.

Thank you Puente House for introducing me to a fellowship and design for living that really works. I love living my life in sobriety and I’ve formed friendships that I hope will last a lifetime. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of Puente House. I’m very proud to call it my home.”


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“Sept. 25th 1996 I moved into the Puente House with no idea what my future had in store. At that point in my life I didn’t really care as long as it didn’t resemble what it was like up to that day. I was confused, angry, and faithless and needed a different way to live and a new thought process desperately. My life was in shambles.

Puente House, the staff, and the friends I met in the House all played a significant role in my success at long term sobriety. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

P.S. my mom thinks you’re pretty swell too.”

Meet Genevieve

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“My sobriety date is October 24th, 2016 so I have exactly 365 days today as I write this testimonial. That’s exactly 1 WHOLE YEAR off drugs and alcohol. Imagine that. When I first got introduced to recovery I never thought I could live without abusing drugs and alcohol for a week let alone an entire year sober.

When I first got to the Puente House in Southern California early last year after a few friends from rehab told me about a place where people like me are trying to do this same sobriety thing. I had NO Idea that a place like this existed and that sober living was for newly sober people like me that needed extra structure and support.

I thought that I was doomed to miserable for the rest of my life without drugs. I was completely broken, hopeless, angry, and scared. My recovery story involved several relapses and I had to learn that my old using life had nothing for me. The staff and residents at the Puente House sober living welcomed me back with open arms once I was ready to take action to save my life.”