Spero Recovery: Empowering Sober Living in Denver

Spero Recovery’s sober living homes offer continued support post-12-step drug treatment program completion, addressing substance abuse, alcoholism, and co-occurring disorders. Residents live in a supportive community environment, working on their recovery while receiving personalized comfort and upscale amenities.

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What is Sober Living?

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Sober living is a treatment option after completing detox, residential, or outpatient care. It’s a way to continue addiction treatment in a supportive community with greater independence than individuals may feel in inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.

Sober living entails residing in a supportive residential environment alongside like-minded individuals who are also on the path to recovery. Unlike primary treatment facilities, sober living homes provide a transitional space where residents can gradually reintegrate into society while maintaining sobriety.

How Does Sober Living Work?

Upon entry, residents undergo an intake process including drug testing and a review of obligations, rules, and chores. While admission is sometimes possible with a positive drug test, being intoxicated is not permitted. Residents are provided with essential amenities and are expected to complete weekly household chores, attend meetings, maintain cleanliness, adhere to curfew, and participate in recovery meetings.

Moving in Sober Living with Spero

Sober living house in DenverIndividuals who complete our 12-step drug treatment program have the option to transition into our sober living home near Denver, CO. When you’re in this program, there are sober house rules each resident is required to abide by. In order for the sober living program to run smoothly, residents must take responsibility for maintaining the house and be respectful of housemates. Some rules include completing chores, attending meetings, and of course, abstaining from using drugs or alcohol.

Spero provides amenities for residents of the sober living home, including:

  • Bedding
  • Laundry detergent
  • Coffee
  • Dishes and flatware
  • Pots and pans
  • Storage space for your food
  • TV
  • WiFi

Addiction Treatment During Sober Living

Spero Recovery accommodates medical prescriptions and works with residents on opioid and alcohol dependency medications, including Suboxone, Methadone, Naltrexone, Acamprosate, and others under certain restrictions.

Residents are encouraged to attend group therapy meetings and participate in other Spero events to support their ongoing recovery.

Addiction Treatment during Sober living

Conifer House: Sober Living in Colorado

Spero’s Sober Living home is nestled in the scenic town of Conifer. Our sober living home is just 15 minutes from our recovery center, allowing residents to remain close to support and professional guidance.

Embrace the vibrant community spirit as residents engage in daily programming, volunteer opportunities, and events. Proximity to trail systems and outdoor activities enhances the holistic recovery experience. Our structured environment empowers residents to take charge of their journey, emphasizing individual responsibility and fostering a supportive culture. Join us in building a foundation for lasting recovery. Let’s ride this journey together.

Support Spero Foundation

As a non-profit rehab, Spero Recovery relies on donations to provide scholarships for treatment and expand its services. Partnerships with judicial and treatment organizations further support individuals in need of safe, stable, and clean recovery environments.

For those seeking redemption and a stable environment after completing addiction recovery, Spero Recovery’s sober living homes offer a pathway to renewed hope and a fulfilling life free from addiction.

Continue Your Recovery in Our Sober Living Program

Sober living is your trailhead to redemption. If you are looking for a safe and stable environment to recover from your addiction after completing our addiction recovery program – our homes are for you.

Learn the answers to the common questions we receive from those interested in how to participate, our locations, and more. Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have about our sober community homes.

Sober Living FAQ

In a sober living home, residents typically follow a structured daily routine that emphasizes accountability and stability. This may include attending house meetings, participating in household chores, and adhering to curfews. Residents also often engage in activities that support their recovery, such as attending therapy sessions or recovery meetings, while also having time for personal responsibilities and leisure activities.

The length of stay in a sober living home can vary depending on individual needs and circumstances. While some residents may stay for a few months as they transition back into independent living, others may choose to stay for a longer period of time to further solidify their sobriety and build a strong foundation for recovery. Generally, sober living homes offer flexible lengths of stay to accommodate the diverse needs of residents on their journey to sustained sobriety.

Yes, in many sober living homes, including Spero Sober Living Home, there are typically curfews in place to support residents in maintaining a structured and sober lifestyle. At Spero, the curfew is usually set at 11 pm. Additionally, there may be restrictions or guidelines regarding leaving the premises, which are designed to promote accountability and minimize the risk of relapse. These curfews and restrictions aim to provide residents with a supportive and safe environment conducive to their recovery journey.

In a sober living home like Spero, residents benefit from a range of support services including peer support, house meetings, and access to recovery meetings and counseling. Additionally, Spero offers an alumni program to provide ongoing support and connection for residents after they transition out of the sober living home, helping to reinforce their sobriety and facilitate long-term recovery.

In a sober living home like Spero, residents benefit from a range of support services including peer support, house meetings, and access to recovery meetings and counseling. Additionally, Spero offers an alumni program to provide ongoing support and connection for residents after they transition out of the sober living home, helping to reinforce their sobriety and facilitate long-term recovery.

In Spero’s men’s residential program, residents learn valuable conflict resolution skills to address disagreements among themselves. Staff members facilitate open communication and guide residents through conflict resolution techniques, empowering individuals to navigate and resolve conflicts effectively. Additionally, residents may receive counseling or support services to further develop their conflict resolution abilities within the supportive environment of the program.

Residents at Spero Recovery’s sober living home may have to submit to random drug tests. This is commonplace for sober living programs. Given the nature of a program like this, there are many procedures in place to help residents stay on a sober path.

If someone relapses while living in the sober living home, Spero Recovery provides immediate support and resources to help the individual get back on track with their recovery journey. This may include re-engaging with therapy or support groups, adjusting treatment plans, and reinforcing accountability measures. Additionally, staff members work closely with the individual to identify triggers and develop strategies to prevent future relapses, fostering a supportive environment focused on recovery and growth.

Residents at sober living homes have opportunities to pursue employment or education while in the program. Spero supports residents in finding employment by offering assistance with job searches, resume building, and interview preparation. Additionally, residents may have access to educational resources and guidance to pursue further education or vocational training if desired. These opportunities empower residents to build a stable and fulfilling life beyond addiction, enhancing their long-term recovery journey.

While in a sober living program, individuals have access to a variety of recreational activities and social events designed to foster community and support their recovery journey. These may include outdoor excursions such as hiking, camping, or team sports, as well as indoor activities like movie nights, game nights, or group fitness classes.

Additionally, Spero organizes social and community events that provide opportunities for residents to connect with peers in a fun and supportive environment. These activities promote holistic well-being and help residents develop healthy leisure interests as they rebuild their lives in sobriety.

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