Ready for a New Life, Choose Corbin House

Established in 2009, Corbin House has far more successes than failures. We are not an average Sober Living House. We are a Home. Your Home.

You are a real person with real dreams and desires. We understand that life has brought you down a path that was simply “not part of the plan”. We are a Non-Profit Charitable Foundation where you come first.

Your Recovery Is Our Priority

We believe that everyone needs to feel a sense of belonging and of purpose in order to be a productive part of our families and our communities.

We do our part and you do yours. Participants initiated recovery activities are encouraged at Corbin House. We will coach, inspire and guide you along the way. Your recovery is your life.

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Peer Structure

There are of course “Rules” aside from that, we expect that participants will generally supervise and police themselves. Of course we have the final say, but you are encouraged to supervise and yourselves.


We do keep records of your stay with us. Information is secured, locked and never disclosed without your permission.


Simply stated, you will keep the house clean, neat and orderly. You will pick up after yourself. There is a chores list and there are rules. If you cant keep it clean, don’t come.

Staying sober is tough - You are tougher!

Frequently Asked Questions

Corbin House Sober Living For Women is located in Lodi, California.

The monthly participation and shared expences fee is $535.00. There is also a one time Admission Fee of $150.00.

The short answer is yes. The long answer is that we do not interfere in anyone’s belief in a “Higher Power” Everything we know about Recovery tells us that a “Higher Power” is absolutely essential. With that in mind, your journey in spirituality is yours.

There are a maximum of 5 women allowed in the House. One of those is the “House Mom”

Absolutely! We have a Zero Tollerence Policy. We are committed to keeping all of the House Participants Safe. Alcohol or Drug use is patently unacceptable.

Yes. If you do not curently have employment then you must obtain employment. If for some reason you are unable to work, then you must either be going to school or you must volunteer in one or more Community Organizations

You are required to physically attend at least four AA, NA or Celebrate Recovery meeting every week. Online meetings do not count, however we do encourage you to add those to your schedule.

Yes. An Alcohol and Drug test is performed prior to anyone entering the House.


“perfect is the enemy of good”

– Voltaire