Project Description

Sobriety House, Inc.

Denver, Colorado

Sobriety House is a nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment center serving men and women 18 years and older. While in either of our residential programs, clients are expected to complete assigned chores and attend support meetings. In addition, we perform random drug testing and monitor all medications. House managers are always available to clients, including overnight. Client housing is separated by gender, but groups are coed. All counseling staff is masters-level and/or Certified Addiction Counselors (CACs).

We offer priority placements for pregnant women, IV drug users, and veterans.

Intensive Residential (Phase I)- 28 day program. Consists of 4 weeks, each week has a theme: Feelings Awareness, Sobriety Maintenance, Stress Management, and Assertiveness Training, and the groups are centered around the theme. Clients are in group 7 days per week. They also received an hour of individual counseling per week with their assigned counselor. In the evenings, clients complete assigned homework, attend support meetings (offered on campus), and complete chores. During these 28 days, clients do not have access to their cell phones.

Transitional Residential (Phase II)- Clients can stay in this program for up to 6 months. Monday through Friday clients must be out in the community looking for jobs or working, if they already have one. They can also be doing other productive things, such as attending school, volunteering, meeting with a sponsor, attending support meetings, legal/medical appointments, etc. In the evenings, clients attend groups a few nights per week and have an hour of individual counseling with their assigned counselor once per week. Clients have access to their phones during the day, but must turn them in to a house manager in the evenings.

Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient Groups- Outpatient groups meet once per week for 2 hours each. Intensive Outpatient meets 3 times per week for 3 hours each (9 hours of group per week). Individual counseling may be added for an additional fee.

We can offer limited sober living to clients that have completed at least 60 days in at least one of our residential programs.

Level(s) of Care: Residential, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient
Average Length of Treatment (Days): 90
Accreditations: Other
Insurances Accepted (In Network): Kaiser
Insurances Accepted (Out of Network): None- Self Pay

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