Sober living, often referred to as a recovery home, is a safe environment for people suffering from substance abuse. The homes provide a structured environment conducive to recovery. The homes are all drug and alcohol free and each has a house manager responsible for making sure the rules are followed. Adherence to the rules, including remaining abstinent from drugs and alcohol, are required to maintain residency. Residents are tested at random for drugs and alcohol.
Absolutely! For the vast majority of people suffering from addiction, a traditional treatment program is merely an introduction to recovery. It takes time to build the healthy habits required for long term success. Sober living is the perfect environment to develop those skills alongside others going through the same process.
No. We realize that there are many roads leading to sober living and not all of them go through a treatment center. We do, however, require a detox if the circumstances dictate. Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our residents, and being medically stable is crucial.

We only need some basic information to get started. You can reach out via the Apply Now tab, the Contact Us tab, or by calling this number (720) 231-0589. Then, a brief phone session with us will help us determine if Unity is right for you. This easy process can be completed in about 15 minutes.

All you need are your clothes and toiletries. Laptops and tablets are fine to bring as well, but we discourage desktop computers. If you decide to join us at Unity we will provide a thorough list of what to bring and what not to bring.

No. All Unity homes are animal free.

You can certainly bring your car. All of our homes have ample parking.

We do allow Suboxone and other MAT prescriptions.

Overnights are considered on an individual basis and are only allowed after 30 days at Unity.

No. You are responsible for your own food. Each home has a fully equipped kitchen and plenty of storage space.

We do not accept insurance. We can provide resources to apply for scholarships if need be.

We recognize that slip-ups do happen and we are always willing to work with residents on a case-by-case basis. Typically we will formulate an action plan based on the circumstances. Each case is different so there is no uniform policy for addressing relapses. Because our top priority is maintaining a safe environment for all our residents, any client who relapses will often be required to spend some time away from the house.