WHAT WE DO

The Beacon House is a residential drug and alcohol program for adult men. We are a long term, highly structured, 501c3 non-profit treatment facility founded in 1970.

Men in our primary program receive group and individual counseling, parenting classes, relapse prevention, anger management, drug and alcohol education, social / recreational activities as well as 12 step meetings and education. The Beacon house also offers vocational rehabilitation and sober living for program graduates.

At the Beacon House no one is turned away for lack of funds. We do not accept health insurance however we work on a sliding scale for fees.

A portion of The Beacon House’s funding is by Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC), a division of County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.

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This place not only changes lives, it saves them. They take Fathers, Sons, Brothers, Friends and most inspiring, they take strangers who are close to death, despair and the lowest moment in their life off the streets and support them in every sense of the word until they get themselves to a better place, emotionally, physically, spirituality..

Meg Y

Beacon House gave me back my brother! This program saved his life- I honestly believe that! It has been over four years and he’s still clean and sober. In fact, he is excelling in a way I haven’t seen…ever. He’s moments away from getting his AS.

Rebecca D

As of February 11, 2014, I just celebrated my 21st AA Birthday and have never been more grateful for the start this house gave me.

Alan J.
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Upcoming Events

Annual Awards Dinner & Auction

June 25 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Community Breakfast

June 26 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

JUN 25, 2016 AT 5:00PM
AWARDS DINNER
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FEATURED STORY

From a Bamboo Hut to the Beacon House

Dan grew up in a family that, from outside appearances, seemed normal. They went to church every Sunday. His father became a Baptist Minister, Yet behind closed doors it was a different story. There was a lot of violence and dread, such as fear of “wait until your Daddy gets home.”… READ MORE

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