A critically important aspect of one's social network is their living environment.
Myrtle Beach House fills the gap between inpatient care and unsupervised, unsupported home life. Our residential home provides a supportive environment for those in the recovery process, allowing them to develop healthy habits that can allow them to stay sober in the years to come. We seek to be a holistic home, not a brick and mortar house.
No matter a person’s age, legal status, recovery challenges or personal history, people who participate in sober living are just regular people. Regular people who ended up with a substance use disorder that just takes more time and attention to continue healing. Most choose to be in sober living, and most are at a point in their life when they are focused on creating a positive future for themselves and their families.
The Myrtle Beach House, cultivating a holistic community.
We seek to promote the value of each resident in our communal recovery and emphasize authenticity, commitment, honesty, and camaraderie.
We value giving back to the larger community through volunteering and embracing the beauty and opportunity that Santa Cruz provides!
We see sobriety as a journey best traveled with an honest support community and seek to be that for one another
We promote physical, social, spiritual, and personal health as essential to our sobriety.
We see the value and seek to enjoy our sobriety fully!
We value true inclusivity across the spectrum of social, economic, situational and faith affiliations.
Its a short stroll to Pacific Avenue, downtown Santa Cruz and the ocean. We are 3 miles to our partnering 7 acre Organic Farm with plenty of volunteering opportunities.
Families shouldn’t miss the legendary Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk with its classic wooden rollercoaster and other exciting attractions. Nearby Santa Cruz Wharf offers kayaking and fishing, Steamers Lane offers world renowned surfing and Natural Bridges State Beach is the place for viewing wildlife, from shorebirds to migrating whales. Behind the house are many trails meandering through Nearys Lagoon. Depot Park with tennis courts, daily pick-up soccer games, and bball field is within 2 blocks!
SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY IN RECOVERY
Our main house is three stories with 5 bedrooms, 9 beds, 2 full baths, kitchen and living/community room.
Our back house is two stories with 3 bedrooms, 6 beds, 2 full baths, kitchen and living/community room.
There is an on -site laundry room for both houses. We feature an outdoor patio for bbq'n and socializing.
Brock is our on-site manager that overseas the day to day living environment and the guy who collects rent.
Brock (959) 929-4022
RE-CREATION THRU RECREATION!
Our onsite Chaplin, Rev. Ryan Althaus, is an ordained PCUSA Minister with a passion for interfaith relationships and a social inclusivity.
Learn more about Ryan’s work at http://www.sweatysheep.com. Ryan strives to promote Christian Values (he is a Christian minister:) However, Myrtle Beach House remains faith inclusive and seeks to embody the gifts, values, and wisdom of all traditions.
Rev. Ryan Althaus (443) 223-7334
Brent brings alot of humor to the Myrtle Beach House. He visits the home daily to ensure the program operates smoothly and to fix any maintenance issues that may arise. He also helps housemates find jobs.