Transitional Housing

We list every opportunity for shared housing that we know of in this section. Much of it is sober living housing. Some opportunities are long-term programs where you get housing along with programs. Many are faith-based, but not all. If you know of transitional housing to add to this section, please contact us.

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ACCESS Housing

6978 Colorado Boulevard, Commerce City CO 80022

Denver Metro

Commerce City

ACCESS Housing operates two properties that provide 17 long-term housing units in Commerce City. There is no limit on tenant occupancy in these units; however, most of the units have income thresholds. ACCESS Housing works with local housing authorities and various voucher programs for individuals and families who are experiencing unstable housing or who are low-income to make sure they do not lose housing as a result of finances. Call to see if you qualify.

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Addiction Research & Treatment Services–Haven House and Haven Mother’s House

3732 W Princeton Circle, Denver CO 80236

Denver Metro

Denver

Haven House is a 40-bed residential Modified Therapeutic Community (MTC), providing treatment for adult women with chronic substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. The Haven Mother’s House is a 16-bed Modified Therapeutic Community (MTC) where pregnant women and women with infant children (9 months or younger at the time of admission) can recover from the disease of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders in a safe and confidential environment. Call the number listed for more information about admission. The website link has more information.

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Addiction Research & Treatment Services–Peer I

3738 W. Princeton Circle, Denver CO 80236

Denver Metro

Denver

ARTS's Peer I is an 80-bed Therapeutic Community (TC) that offers long-term, intensive treatment for adult males with chronic substance use disorders, related anti-social behaviors and co-occurring mental health disorders. People can be referred by probation, DOC, community corrections' boards, and themselves. If you want to know more about Peer I or to schedule an intake appointment, call the number listed.

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Carla Vista Sober Living Homes–Aurora, Colorado Springs

Denver Metro, Southeast

Aurora, Colorado Springs

Carla Vista Sober Living Homes are located in Aurora and Colorado Springs in residential neighborhoods. They are fully furnished and have on-site staff to encourage and support you on your journey. Men and women live in separate homes, with two residents per room. A house manager lives in each home and offers guidance, accountability, and support. Click on the website for admission requirements and to learn more.

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Catholic Charities–Marisol Home

Denver Metro

Denver

Marisol Home provides safe and secure emergency and community-based housing for pregnant women and single women with children who are experiencing homelessness. They provide shelter and basic needs, maternity care, case management, post-shelter support services, and child care services for children up to 12 years old. Call to learn how to apply and for location.

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Catholic Charities–The Mission Shelter 120-Day Program

460 Linden Center Drive, Fort Collins CO 80524

Northeast

Fort Collins

The Mission Shelter of Fort Collins provides a 120-day Levels Program for men, women, and families. Residents commit to goals that will help them obtain stable income and housing, attend employment and life skills classes, money management classes, deposit job earnings into a supervised fund, and more. You must be willing to stay drug and alcohol free and address whatever is causing the condition of homelessness for you. They can't accept anyone with a sex offense conviction. You must call to get an appointment.

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Christlife Ministries–Metanoia Houses

2415 Lake Avenue, Pueblo CO 81004

Southeast

Pueblo

Christlife Ministries offers a sober living housing program at Metanoia Houses in Pueblo and Colorado Springs. Metanoia Houses provide furnished group housing, utilities, a house phone, laundry facilities, and employment/education services. Rent is $500 per month and there is a $250 fee due at move-in. Metanoia House is not independent living. Metanoia House requires a voluntary 6-month commitment to Christlife Ministries’ re-entry program. WAGEES clients MAY be able to receive a short-term rent subsidy at Metanoia House – AFTER the initial $250 is paid.Click on the website to see intake other conditions and intake hours.

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Christlife Ministries–Metanoia Houses

1602 S Wahsatch Ave, Colorado Springs CO 80905

Southeast

Colorado Springs

Christlife Ministries offers a sober living housing program at Metanoia Houses in Pueblo and Colorado Springs. Metanoia Houses provide furnished group housing, utilities, a house phone, laundry facilities, and employment/education services. Rent is $500 per month and there is a $250 fee due at move-in. Metanoia House is not independent living. Metanoia House requires a voluntary 6-month commitment to Christlife Ministries’ re-entry program. WAGEES clients MAY be able to receive a short-term rent subsidy at Metanoia House – AFTER the initial $250 is paid.

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Colorado Veterans Resource Coalition–Crawford House Program

415 S Weber Street, Colorado Springs CO 80903

Southeast

Colorado Springs

The Crawford House Program provides safe emergency housing for veterans who are homeless and receiving mental health care, and it provides a temporary structured living environment for veterans in VA-provided substance abuse rehabilitation. Crawford House provides a drug- and alcohol-free structured environment with 24/7 on-site house managers, case management, counseling, training in independent living skills, and job search assistance. It also provides residents with semi-private rooms and bathrooms, three meals every day, snacks, communal kitchen and living areas, laundry facilities and a computer lab.

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Denver Rescue Mission–New Life Program at The Crossing or Harvest Farm

6090 Smith Road, Denver CO 80216

Denver Metro

Denver

Denver Rescue Mission--New Life Program is a one-year immersive program. The program includes housing, bible study, education, counseling, life skills development, and work readiness. Click on the website for more information. Eligibility and orientation information are at the bottom of the page. The New Life Program is offered at The Crossing in Denver and Harvest Farm in Wellington. Call 970-568-9803 for Harvest Farm admissions.

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Denver Rescue Mission–STAR Transitional Program

6090 Smith Road, Denver CO 80216

Denver Metro

Denver

Denver Rescue Mission's STAR Transitional Program gives homeless families a safe place to live at The Crossing until they are back on their feet. Services include case management, life-skills training, financial management training, and more. At least one STAR Program adult must have a minimum income of $800/month for individuals and $1,000/month for families.

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Family HomeStead

Denver Metro

Denver

Family HomeStead provides emergency housing for homeless families with children. Their emergency housing services includes intensive case management support and independent unit housing for 30-90 days. Their six-month transitional housing program gives priority to client families leaving our Emergency Housing program, safehouses and shelters. Call to learn how to be accepted into their programs.

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Family Tree–House of Hope, GOALS, & Homelessness Program

3805 Marshall Street, Wheat Ridge CO 80033

Denver Metro

Englewood

Family Tree's Housing and Family Stabilization Services provides House of Hope, GOALS, and a homelessness program. Family Tree is located in Wheat Ridge, as is their homelessness program. Call 303-467-2604 for help with their homelessness program. House of Hope, for women with children who are experiencing homelessness, is located in Englewood. Call 303-762-9525 to reach House of Hope. The GOALS program helps stabilize families experiencing homelessness. Their number is 303-693-1241. Call the number listed for general questions. The website provides more information about each of these programs.

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Gospel Homes for Women

30 Lawrence Avenue, Colorado Springs CO 80909

Southeast

Colorado Springs

Gospel Homes for Women provides faith-based sober living homes for women. You may stay between three to six months; short-term stays are discouraged. The cost is $450 a month, with at least $225 paid up front. You are expected to be employed or looking for a job. Chores, bible studies, and staff check-ins are required. They have a Program Manual that describes the program on their website. Click on the website, then click on Application/Manual at the top of their home page. You can download the manual to your computer. They also have an application you can download, fill out, and mail back to them at the address provided.

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Homeward Pikes Peak–Harbor House

Southeast

Colorado Springs

The Harbor House provides a co-ed residential addiction recovery program for motivated individuals who are currently homeless and battling addictions. These transitional housing townhomes are located in central Colorado Springs. Click on the website to learn more. Click on How Do I Start? to learn how to be accepted. You must go fill out a housing survey called the VI-SPDAT with one of the agencies listed on this page.

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Hope House of Sterling

212 N. 3rd Street, Sterling CO 80751

Northeast

Sterling

Hope House of Sterling provides a safe and healthy haven for men, women, and families in northeast Colorado. Their Division Campus is for women and families and fully furnished. Their 3rd Street Campus is for single men and provides shared bedrooms with a shared kitchen and dining area. They are a WAGEES community partner and work with people coming out of DOC as well as with people on probation (and other situations on a case-by-case basis). Services include case management, connections to resources, classes, group therapy, faith-based services, life skills, and much more. You will need to fill out an application to be accepted. Call to learn more and to ask for an application.

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Mary’s Hope Clean & Sober Homes

Denver Metro

Mary's Hope is a nonprofit organization that provides 16 recovery homes. They provide affordable, structured, safe clean and sober living and addiction support services for men and woman who have 1)completed opioid treatment, drug treatment, and alcohol treatment; 2) have a desire to be clean and sober; 3) haven't had the opportunity to stay clean and sober in their current living environment; and 4) want a second chance at life to realize their dreams and goals. Call for more information. Click on Admissions & Enrollment on the website to apply.

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Mile High Ministries–Joshua Station

2330 West Mulberry Place, Denver CO 80204

Denver Metro

Denver

Joshua Station is a faith-based community helping families make the transition from homelessness to a healthy, stable living environment. Families must have children under the age of 18 to be admitted into the program. Acceptance of a family into the program is contingent upon criminal background reports and clean drug tests.Those with sexual or habitual violent offenses will not be accepted into the program.

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My Father’s House

PO Box 441491, Aurora CO 80044

Denver Metro

Denver

My Father's House is a shared home that will accept people with a sex offense conviction. The home is safe, decent, and affordable in a good neighborhood near public transportation. It is also fully furnished with everything you need. You may call Jim Blum at the number listed, email him at [email protected]'shousedenver.org, or write to him at the address provided about admission to the home. The home cannot accept anyone who has a sexually violent predator conviction.

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Open Doors Ministry–LightHouse, Cornerstone, Still Waters

1567 Marion Street, Denver CO 80218

Denver Metro

Denver

Open Doors Ministry provides several different housing programs for men and women. Still Waters housing is a group of three homes providing safe transitional housing for women leaving homelessness, addictions, and the sex industry. LightHouse is a boarding home that provides a safe, caring, and sober environment for men struggling with addictions and other issues. Cornerstone is a long-term home for disabled men.Te Veo house provides short-term transitional housing to homeless women. Click on the website and then look under Housing, (Men's Housing and Women's Housing, and Te Veo House) to see if you're a good fit for their housing. We provide the location for Open Door Ministry's main reception.

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Other Side Academy

2324 Federal Blvd., Unit #A, Denver CO 80211

Denver Metro

Denver

Other Side Academy is a new program to Colorado. They provide a 2-year residential self-help community for men and women who have hit rock bottom, usually from a lifetime of addiction and criminal behavior who want to learn a better way to live. The program provides free long-term residential housing and vocational training, education and basic life skills to former drug/alcohol abusers, homeless and others in a family-like community. Their goal is to help you gain the life skills you need to stay employed and return to society. Call, write, or walk in to get started.

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Oxford House–Arvada, Aurora, Centennial, Denver, Firestone, Lakewood, Littleton, Longmont, Thornton, Westminster

Denver Metro

Arvada, Aurora, Centennial, Denver, Firestone, Lakewood, Littleton, Longmont, Thornton, Westminster

An Oxford House is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home. The number of residents in a House may range from six to fifteen. There are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children. We link to their vacancy website which is kept updated. Use the drop-down menu to search by state (CO) and county. The gender column indicates whether the house is for men (M), women (W), or women with children (WC). You'll also see addresses, contact information, and whether a house has a vacancy. We recommend calling both numbers listed as one number is for the house and the other is for the person who will be setting up your interview. If you want to know more about Oxford House, go to www.oxfordhouse.org.

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Oxford House–Canon City, Colorado Springs, Pueblo

Southeast

Canon City, Colorado Springs, Pueblo

An Oxford House is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home. The number of residents in a House may range from six to fifteen. There are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children. We link to their vacancy website which is kept updated. Use the drop-down menu to search by state (CO) and county. The gender column indicates whether the house is for men (M), women (W), or women with children (WC). You'll also see addresses, contact information, and whether a house has a vacancy. We recommend calling both numbers listed as one number is for the house and the other is for the person who will be setting up your interview. If you want to know more about Oxford House, go to www.oxfordhouse.org.

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Oxford House–Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland

Northeast

Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland

An Oxford House is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home. The number of residents in a House may range from six to fifteen. There are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children. We link to their vacancy website which is kept updated. Use the drop-down menu to search by state (CO) and county. The gender column indicates whether the house is for men (M), women (W), or women with children (WC). You'll also see addresses, contact information, and whether a house has a vacancy. We recommend calling both numbers listed as one number is for the house and the other is for the person who will be setting up your interview. If you want to know more about Oxford House, go to www.oxfordhouse.org.

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Oxford House–Grand Junction

Northwest

Grand Junction

An Oxford House is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home. The number of residents in a House may range from six to fifteen. There are houses for men, houses for women, and houses which accept women with children. We link to their vacancy website which is kept updated. Use the drop-down menu to search by state (CO) and county. The gender column indicates whether the house is for men (M), women (W), or women with children (WC). You'll also see addresses, contact information, and whether a house has a vacancy. We recommend calling both numbers listed as one number is for the house and the other is for the person who will be setting up your interview. If you want to know more about Oxford House, go to www.oxfordhouse.org.

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Sarah’s Home

PO Box 29, Peyton CO 80831

Statewide

Sarah's Home provides healing, restoration, and reintegration for girls ages 12 to 18 rescued from the forced commercial sex trade. Services include education through an accredited school on the property, life skills, medical care, counseling, and more. Single rooms are fully furnished in a home located in a safe rural location. The cost is based on your income. Call the number listed for more information, or you may write to the address.

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Sunrise Serenity–Norwood House

1103 Norwood Avenue, Colorado Springs CO 80905

Southeast

Colorado Springs

Sunrise Serenity--Norwood House provides safe and sober shared housing for women in a good location. Rooms are shared or private for $450 month. The house requires12-step meetings, household duties and meetings, and has a zero tolerance policy. Services provided include job coaching. Write to the address for their Resident Intake Form to apply. It is possible to have a bed reserved prior to release. You may also call the number listed for information.

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Sunrise Serenity–Pine House

616 N. Pine Street, Colorado Springs CO 80905

Southeast

Colorado Springs

Sunrise Serenity--Pine House provides safe and sober shared housing for men in a good location. Rooms are shared or private for $450 month. The house requires12-step meetings, household duties and meetings, and has a zero tolerance policy. Services provided include job coaching. Write to the address for their Resident Intake Form to apply. It is possible to have a bed reserved prior to release. You may also call the number listed for information.

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The Don’t Look Back Center–House of Rahab

3000 S Jamaica Court, Suite 250, Aurora CO 80014

Denver Metro

Denver

The Don't Look Back Center's House of Rahab is a shared living program where women and transwomen may find a safe haven together. The house provides life skills classes and a 12 step program and costs $850 per month with a $125 administrative fee. The Don't Look Back Center also provides a number of different programs for disadvantaged women, including therapy for addiction and trauma, care management for client wellness and autonomy, a transgender outreach program, CCAR certified recovery coaches, acu-detox treatments, and DUI education and therapy. Women who've been in the justice system as well as transwomen are very welcome. Call to find out more about any of their services and the House of Rahab.

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TransitionalHousing.Org

Statewide

TransitionalHousing.org is a website that provides a statewide list of transitional, sober housing providers. Click on the website, then click on a city. You'll have to scroll down the page through several ads before you get to their listings, which can be a little confusing. Some of their listings are also on the remerg.com list.

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Tribe Recovery Homes

PO Box 29197, Thornton CO 80229

Denver Metro

Aurora, Commerce City, Denver, Montbello, Thornton

Tribe Recovery Homes has several sober living homes for men and women in the Denver metro area. They provide a structured environment that helps you get back on your feet. Poperties are managed by experienced house managers who take care of daily activities and protocols for all residents. Click on Sober Living Homes on the website for a description and location of each house. You can apply online through their website using the application dropdown under Sober Living Homes. You can also call the number listed for more information.

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