Redmond O'Neal has been granted permission to leave the residential drug treatment program, Impact, in Pasadena, California, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
O'Neal appeared in front of Judge Michael Tynan Wednesday morning in a Los Angeles courtroom, for a progress report hearing.
O'Neal has made significant improvements in his treatment program, and will soon be entering a sober living facility.
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Sober living facilities prepare addicts for the transition back to their everyday lives.
Typically, once in a sober living facility, the residents begin looking for jobs and continue to work the steps as dictated by Alcoholics Anonymous.
It remains unclear how long Redmond will stay at sober living, but his alcohol counselor will make the recommendation to Judge Tynan as to when O'Neal would be permitted to leave. Redmond's progress report was very positive and his next progress report is set for June 22nd.