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Luscious Palm Leaves



Since opening our doors in 2014, our FARR certified residences have provided an open and supportive community for both recovering alcoholics and addicts. Our positive, uplifting environment has inspired many to grow and overcome their addiction/alcoholism. Get in touch with us today to schedule a tour and learn more about how Aloha House can assist you on your recovery journey. 

Samantha H.

"If you are serious about your recovery then go to Aloha! The house provides a structured environment and welcomes you to a loving and supportive group of women! The owners, Jess and Dave, and director, Danielle, have an open line of communication and will always be there to listen if there's a problem with the house or life in general! They take the time to get to know their residents and truly care about your well being!"

Michael S.

"When I came to Aloha I was broken and irresponsible, scared and desperate in finding a better way of life. This community of aloha has led me in the right direction. So much has changed due to being here. 17 months later, I am still here and I am very happy . The accountability and structure here is remarkable. It was what I have needed . I recommend this sober living over any other - 100%!"


"I give Aloha Recovery House 5 stars easily, and my reasoning is very simple. Aloha is what optimal sober living looks like. It has everything from responsibility to accountability, fellowship & unity, stability & support!
I spent this past year building my foundation in recovery and I owe tons of gratitude to Aloha house & will continue to forever be grateful for the home it gave me, away from home; and the friends I made that became my family!"


  • Affordable weekly rent ranging from $175 to $350 (dependent on housing style)

  • One time, nonrefundable fee of $395 (covers cost for UAs, BAs, bedding, cleaning supplies + more!)

  • Fully abstinent-based housing

  • Regular outings and activities such as BBQs, brunches, holiday celebrations and taco nights!

  • We encourage the Aloha Spirit! We call ourselves "Aloha Ohana" which means the Aloha Family.

*Please note we do not accept the MAT program at this time and are unfortunately unable to cater to the mental health community at this time.

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