Sober Living in Colorado Springs, CO
Sober Living Homes for Men and Women
Sober living in Colorado Springs is a great fit for all ages. Men and women in recovery here will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, gorgeous scenery of Pikes Peak and surrounding mountain ranges, and endless recreational activities. Life in recovery is an adventurous experience in Colorado Springs.
Eudaimonia is proud to offer one sober living home for women and two sober living homes for men in this location. All of our sober homes provide structured community living with strict substance-free policies. Each home also has a house manager that ensures accountability among residents with regular drug and alcohol testing.
All of our fully furnished residential homes are well-maintained and provide great amenities for our residents. Our sober living homes in Colorado Springs are each designed to be a comfortable, safe, and supportive living space where men and women in recovery can practice living sober on their own.
If you are looking for a fresh start, Colorado Springs, CO is the perfect outdoor oasis for you to continue on your recovery journey. Learn more about our men’s and women’s sober living locations below.
With the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak and downtown Colorado Springs just a short bus ride away, our two sober living homes provide a beautiful and active outdoor environment for men in recovery. These sober living homes in Colorado Springs offer structured living and accountability with regular drug and alcohol testing. Both residential homes offer wonderful amenities in a comfortable, clean setting and are conveniently located near a bus route, a number of local retail employment opportunities, and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
Addresses / Locations – (719) 941-8097
1602 Grant Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 - Men's House
4765 Nightingale Dr Colorado Springs, CO 80918 - Men's House
4935 Wagon Master Dr Colorado Springs, CO 80917 - Men's House
4325 Wordsworth Circle N Colorado Springs, CO 80916 - Women's House
About the Area: Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs sits right at the base of Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountains. It is one of Colorado’s most populated cities. A host of attractions and local outdoor activities make Colorado Springs a hotspot for tourism, which is one of the lead employing industries in the city.
Population and Income
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the estimated population of Colorado Springs (as of July 1, 2016) was 465,101. The median household income is $54,527 (in 2015 dollars).
Colorado Springs is a huge tourist area, attracting almost 5 million visitors every year. As such, the local tourism economy provides a wealth of jobs for residents in the area. Some of the other top employment industries are the retail trade, educational services, and health care.
Nearby Colleges and Universities
Colorado Springs is home to a number of local colleges and universities for individuals in recovery who wish to pursue higher education. These include:
- Pikes Peak Community College
- Colorado College
- University of Colorado Colorado Springs
- Colorado Technical University
- Nazarene Bible College
- Colorado Christian University
The United States Air Force Academy is also located just north of Colorado Springs.
Attractions and Things to Do
Outdoor activities in the area range from hiking and snowboarding to snow skiing, white water river rafting, camping and much more. The area also offers breathtaking scenic drives, such as the well-known High Drive, Pikes Peak Highway, and the Gold Belt Scenic Byway.
Colorado Springs is home to the U.S. Olympic Training Center and boasts dozens of other local attractions and things to do. A few of the popular local attractions include:
- Garden of the Gods
- Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
- Old Colorado City
- Colorado Springs Fine Art Center
- Pikes Peak
- Peterson Air and Space Museum
- Seven Falls
The city also hosts a variety of events year-round, including:
- Colorado Classic
- Arts Month (October)
- Canon City Balloon Classic
- Spring Spree