Little House Recovery offers multi-phase, long-term residential substance abuse treatment for women. The Los Angeles-based facility provides educational groups, group therapy and individual counseling, as well as workshops on relapse prevention, anger management, co-dependency, domestic violence, family addiction and occupational preparation. Dedicated to helping each client achieve their true potential, Little House provides women with a nurturing environment for personal growth and recovery.
Samantha is a state certified addiction specialist and is currently completing her Associates in Sociology at Cerritos College. After working in the Social Service field for 9 years she felt called to find a way to serve her direct community here in Bellflower and accepted a position with Our Place Housing Solutions. Samantha is passionate about serving and supporting her neighbors in need. She is the wife of Bay and the mother of Iris and Elijah.More
Andrea was born and raised in San Pedro, CA. and resides there currently with her husband, Mike Calandrino and 7 children; Angelina, Jazmyn, Andre, Alex, Mikey, Natasha and lil Angelina. She began working in the substance abuse field in 2007 as a Youth Ministry Leader and has had many varied experiences since then. She passed her state Boards of Alcohol and Drug Counseling, and is working toward her LAADAC licensure. Her foundation is faith based and she focuses on assisting clients to love themselves again by gaining self worth. So many are stuck in shame and an unforgiving stigma of themselves, this gives her an outlet to teach the unconditional love of God.More
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