Transitional Living

Avery Lane offers transitional living to our clients admitted in our partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program.

Clients in our transitional living have daily support from onsite staff while having freedom to engage in the outside world and recovery community outside of Avery Lane. Avery Lane’s transitional living provides more structure, staff support, and activities than a standard sober living environment. Avery Lane’s transitional living is ideal for individuals discharging from residential treatment and making entry back into outside world in recovery, and those that need additional support while in an outpatient setting. Clients are allowed to have personal vehicles, electronics, and personal food to make own meals.

Clients must be enrolled in one of our outpatient programs to live in our transitional living.

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Our supportive living house offers:

  • 7-bed occupancy
  • Nightly curfews
  • House meetings
  • Structure and accountability
  • Community and familial environment
  • Quiet and healing environment


  • 1 individual therapy session with a licensed therapist weekly
  • Case management support
  • Energy psychology groups
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
  • Trauma specialized group and individual therapy sessions
  • Conscious Recovery
  • Family program

Contact Avery Lane Admissions Today

Summer Lan Franco
MA, MFT-t, Primary Therapist

Summer Lan Franco loves working with people to facilitate recovery from substance use disorders, disordered eating, mental health issues and complex trauma. She earned her BS in Nutrition and Food Science from California State University Chico and MS in Counseling Psychology from Dominican University of California. She has worked in community-based and private practice settings. Her approach is personable and sincere. Summer believes in helping people rediscover their true selves by uncovering barriers that stand in the way. Her warmth and earnest interest in others’ wellbeing are always present in the work she does with people seeking help. She has experience with trauma recovery, substance abuse recovery, codependency, family issues, disordered eating, treatment for anxiety and depression, and working with personality disorders.

Alaina Dunér
Office Manager, Sound Healing Group Facilitator, Reiki Master

Alaina Dunér is a Sonoma County native. She studied sociology and outdoor adventure programming for two years at Loyola University of New Orleans and Warren Wilson College. In 2016 Alaina was on a recreational skydive and had a crash landing that resulted in her fracturing multiple vertebrae in her spine. Since her accident, Alaina has emersed herself in understanding the nuances and complexities of health and spirituality. She is passionate about supporting clients through Reiki and Sound. Since taking a pause from university, Alaina has become a certified Reiki Master Teacher in the Tibetan Usui system, an Ayurvedic yoga instructor, a health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and a trauma informed sound facilitator. At the end of 2022 Alaina will attend Southern Utah University to complete her bachelor’s in aerospace and aviation with an emphasis on rotary flight.