Home Addiction Recovery Program


Who this is for:

This unique in-home addiction recovery program is designed for executives, doctors, professionals, parents and other adults living in Orange County or Los Angeles, California who…

  • Are addicted to alcohol, narcotics or other substances;
  • Have completed detox and been sober for at least 5 days immediately prior to starting the program;
  • Prefer to be discrete about their addiction and recovery; and
  • Are serious and motivated about recovery, and willing and able to recover at home


Steve Savran has over a decade of experience working in the addiction recovery field. He has owned and operated sober living homes, and has overseen teams of Chemical Dependency Counselors at various addiction recovery programs. Steve earned his Bachelor’s degree in sociology in New York, and went to graduate school in Ohio.

Steve oversees the Home Addiction Recovery Program, including assisting with the initial assessments, and gets great satisfaction out of seeing people recover! Because he is a recovered addict (sober since 2003) who has experienced the impact of this disease first hand, clients find that Steve truly “gets it,” and understands what works, what doesn’t, and why.

We serve all Orange County CA cities: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana (county seat), Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster, Yorba Linda

The philosophy and curriculum

HARP offers a curriculum similar to those found in group-based programs, but with one crucial difference: You receive personalized, confidential, in-home recovery sessions that can be tailored to fit your schedule.

Typical residential rehab centers remove the client from their social environment to distance them from people, places, and triggers. This approach doesn’t work for everybody, and does not prepare them for re-integrating back into their society.

Home Addiction Recovery Program (HARP), is a unique program we are offering that provides recovery in your own environment. This program is geared to professionals who are not able to leave their job or home, but still want to pursue recovery. One of the benefits of this program is that it helps the client stay connected to their personal and professional life during their recovery, and gives them the tools to confidently face the triggers that they will experience in their everyday life.

Any successful recovery consists of both a recovery program and therapy. We know that one size does not fit all, we firmly believe in individually assessing each client in order to tailor a recovery program to their unique needs. HARP integrates several program approaches, including 12 Steps and Smart Recovery.

To take the first step toward a feasible and long-term recovery, call us to schedule a free in-home assessment that will determine what course of action will be right for you.

With us, you get the guidance and support you need to achieve a sobriety that lasts.


Call (714) 462-6557 or  (714) 458-0791 to schedule an in-home assessment, and get yourself or your loved one started on the road to recovery.


If possible, your family will also be involved.

Successfully recovering from addiction requires new habits and a new mindset. Your chemical dependency counselor will help you navigate this at work and at home.

The Home Addiction Recovery Program team is always just a phone call away.

You’ll receive a copy of the AA or NA book. Your chemical dependency counselor will help you find the best 12-step meetings for your schedule, give you tips on getting a sponsor, and be there to help you work through the steps during your 1-on-1 sessions.

You’ll gain coping skills, including relaxation techniques, finding a passion and learning healthy ways to keep busy.

As your sobriety continues, your chemical dependency counselor will suggest concrete steps you can take to start healing the relationships that your addiction has damaged.

Most people have daily meetings with their assigned chemical dependency counselor as they start their recovery, and less frequent sessions as they progress.