Recovery Housing and Sober Living

Recovery Housing and Sober Living Programs

Recovery Housing and Sober Living Programs are not treatment programs, but provide safe, supportive housing for clients in recovery as they get back on their feet. A Recovery Housing client qualifies to move from Extended Residential into Recovery Housing or a Bridge House, both of which provide sober living for SFRC clients beyond residential treatment.

Recovery Housing

SFRC has 9 two-bedroom apartments at the Midtown Campus, formerly the University of Art and Design Campus, for recovery housing. The maximum stay in Recovery Housing is 16 weeks.

Bridge Houses

SFRC operates three residential homes or Bridge Houses in the community. The Bridge Houses are gender specific. Two homes are designated for men. In 2019, SFRC was able to open a Bridge House specifically for women and their children. Because Bridge Houses are more communal, the length of stay is more flexible and clients can stay until they find a different living situation.

To apply for either Recovery Housing or Sober Living Programs, contact admissions at (505) 471-4985.

Anyone accepted has to abide by the rules of the program that include sobriety, 10 p.m. curfew, signing out at every departure and a Breathalyzer upon return, weekly random UAs, regular drug and alcohol testing, and compliance with the rules that the house creates as a group.