Welcome to Purpose House Sober Living
Purpose House offers a 12-Step based, addiction recovery sober living community for men who have completed a primary treatment program, or who are appropriate candidates for structured sober living. During the day, our residents are active in our community working or going to school, attending 12-Step meetings, and building upon their recovery. In the evening, they return to a safe, comfortable, sober place to live, surrounded by their brothers in recovery. It’s our mission to guide the residents, who entrust in us on their recovery journey, to develop a solid foundation that directs their future to personal growth, purpose and long-term sobriety. Purpose House offers variable lengths of stay, with a minimum 90-day commitment.
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What is a “sober living” community?
Sober living is a mutually supportive environment, which gives residents their best chance to achieve long-term recovery. Obtaining a suitable sober living situation where the residents are held to a certain level of accountability and productivity is an important part of the recovery process.
What We Offer
At Purpose House Sober Living we offer a sober living environment where residents may grow as individuals while being a part of a larger family in recovery. A safe space to practice and apply the 12-Step program while enjoying the fulfillment of being productive members of society.
Our goal is to provide a sober living experience where residents may achieve a foundation of sustainable recovery. Living in a supportive communal environment, increasing the chances of achieving long term success and a purposeful life in recovery.
Location, Location, Location
Just 5 minutes from the base of Horsetooth Reservoir where our residents can enjoy the natural landscape of beautiful Colorado. Endless activities including hiking, biking and mountain climbing. Ten minutes from multiple AA/NA meeting locations. Near grocery and convenience stores, bus stop and the CSU campus.
“People with severe substance use disorders who were randomly assigned to live in a sober living home [sic] after substance use disorders treatment were two times more likely to be abstinent and had higher monthly incomes and lower incarceration rates at follow-up two years later than similar individuals assigned to receive standard continuing care.”
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US); Office of the Surgeon General (US). Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health [Internet]. Washington (DC): US Department of Health and Human Services; 2016 Nov. CHAPTER 5, RECOVERY: THE MANY PATHS TO WELLNESS. Available from:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK424846/