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A Residential
Recovery Program
That Works

Our Program Overview - Stronger Together

Above everything, our goal is to help men who have the gift of desperation end their cycle of addiction, take back control of their lives, and transition to a safe and sober living environment where they can become productive, contributing members of their families and community. Highly motivated men are given the opportunity to recover through our Peer Recovery Support Model.

To help them get there, Step Denver developed the Steps for Success program based on our four pillars: Sobriety, Work, Accountability, and Community. They receive guidance from their Recovery Support Manager — a Step alumnus and Certified Peer Recovery Coach — recovery education groups, 12 Step fellowship meetings, career counseling, and most importantly, another chance. At Step, we can stay sober together better than any one of us can alone.

recovery meeting circle

Steps for Success

Our program consists of four phases designed to help men get sober, stay sober, and rebuild their lives—one step at a time.

Stability

Phase One:

Stability

When you enter the program, the number one goal is to take you out of the survival-mode frame of mind by giving you a safe, stable, and secure place to start your recovery.

Development

Phase Two:

Development

Phase Two gives you the tools you need to stay sober in the real world. Recovery meetings and groups will explain the reasons you drink or use, and help you develop coping skills to overcome those triggers.

Transition

Phase Three:

Transition

Phase Three of our program helps you begin looking beyond Step. You’ll begin building outside support systems and resources and create a plan that will help you transition to a safe, sober living environment.

Community (Sober Living)

Phase Four:

Community (Sober Living)

Transitioning to one of our sober living homes is the final phase of Step’s program. These homes help you slowly re-enter the community with additional privileges while maintaining the structure and support of a peer recovery community.

You Don’t Have to Live Like That Anymore