Our social rehabilitation housing provides extra support and life skills training for residents, many of whom are taking early steps in independent living. These small homes are nestled in communities throughout Sonoma County, and are managed by dedicated staff who act as guides as residents make positive life changes. Our time-tested programs and support services help residents build independence by addressing educational, health, behavioral health, employment, housing, income and addiction treatment needs. Residents are empowered as individuals, while engaging in a communal atmosphere, where house issues are solved together and important life skills are learned at weekly group meetings conducted by CSN staff.
While these homes are dedicated Social Rehabilitation housing, CSN uses a social rehabilitation model in all of its homes. Learn what this means.