Community Is Our Method

Ethos Structured Sober Living is a thriving community of men in recovery, situated in the heart of West Los Angeles. Our purpose is to facilitate long-term sobriety by fostering accountability, camaraderie, and character development. We achieve this by providing a supportive environment where residents work together to reinforce positive lifestyle changes through peer feedback, adventure, and unwavering support. Our mission is to empower individuals to reclaim their lives and live to their fullest potential by fostering a culture of positivity, personal growth, and lasting recovery.

We Are Our Brother’s Keeper

Ethos house members attend nightly dinners together, as a family, and a weekly Unity house meeting to discuss any issues that come up with members of the house. All house members actively work a 12-step program with their sponsors, participate in outside meetings, and take part in a weekly house outings of their choice. Consequently, this creates an environment that promotes cohesive unity, accountability and brotherhood between house members that enables them to walk through the trials and tribulations that accompany new found sobriety. At Ethos, we set the standard high and truly understand what it means to be our brother’s keeper.

Meet our team

Chris Howard
Chris Howard is a passionate advocate for long-term recovery and mentorship for individuals and families struggling with addiction and mental health...
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Shaun Young, CCMI
Local to Southern California, I have been rooted in the greater Los Angeles area since elementary school. Over the years, I have worked in many different fields from the...
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Michael "Tuck" Richardson
Ethos helped me change the trajectory of my lifeafter years of failing to do it on my own. Having experienced success with thisprocess myself, and seeing it work .....
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Alec Dombkowski
Over three years ago, I embarked on a transformative journey towards a healthier lifestyle, endeavoring to overhaul deeply ingrained habits. A dedicated year was committed ...
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