The purpose of this study is to examine the perceptions of clients in a Social Model Recovery Home for Alcoholic Women. The attitudes of women in early stages of recovery (three months or less), are compared to their care givers and the founders of the facility. Part one examines their perceptions of Alcoholism per cc. Secondly, their perceptions of the facility are explored and compared to the founders and to the staff of the facility. Reasons for discrepancies ire explored and discussed.