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Who we are:

Sobriety House is a nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment center located in Devner, CO serving men and women 18 years and older.  We offer residential treatment programs and outpatient groups.  Sobriety House has been in the community for over 50 years!  As a state-certified nonprofit, we offer affordable, quality treatment to those struggling with substance abuse.  While in treatment, clients live in a safe, sober, home-like setting.

Our Programs:

Clients in all programs take random drug tests and are expected to attend 3 support meetings per week.  In our residential programs, all medication is monitored by house managers.

We offer a 28 day Intensive Residential Treatment Program.  In this program, clients are in group 7 days a week.  Each of the 4 weeks has a theme: Feelings Awareness, Sobriety Maintenance, Stress Management, and Assertiveness Training.  Clients also meet with an assigned counselor at least once a week for an individual session.  

Our Transitional Residential Program is for clients that have already completed a 28- or 30- day program (ours or another) or have had a period of sobriety already.  Clients may stay in this program for up to 6 months.  During the day, clients must be out in the community looking for a job, working, volunteering, attending school, going to support meetings, etc.  In the evenings, they still have some groups, and they still meet once a week with their assigned counselor

Our Outpatient group meets once a week for 2 hours, and our Intensive Outpatient group meets 3 times a week for 3 hours each.  Clients have the option to add individual counseling as well.

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