Jamison House in Centennial, Aurora - Zen Mountain Sober Living
Centennial, Colorado, USA
Sober House Description:
About Jamison Sober Living House
Introduced as Zen Mountain’s second Centennial location in September, 2018, this house is known for its young average age and its daring décor.
The living rooms are equipped with brand-new, large TVs and very comfortable couches. Our largest living room seats 11 people, so games nights are a popular option for entertainment. With a brand-new kitchen and a massive backyard, this house is a frequently chose place for hosting social gatherings, BBQs, parties, holiday celebrations, and more. Our community pool and tennis courts are only a five minute walk away so don’t forget your suit and racket!
House recovery meetings help our clients understand where all of their housemates are at in their journey. Support and accountability are cornerstones of our program and we expect that all clients, staff, volunteers, and guest treat one another with the utmost respect they deserve.
Peer support through the recovery process is essential. There is no better place to cultivate that mutual support than in your own home. Each woman is a very important part of our family, and we treat each other as such, with respect, kindness, understanding, and compassion.
In OUR houses, you are a family member and a team member. Everyone works together to keep the houses in order and contribute to a positive, constructive, and loving environment. This step in your recovery is a smooth transition between sheltered and protected living and your new, fully independent life. Here, you have unlimited tools and support to use while you find your own way.
The vast majority of sober living environments have rules, and all of ours can be summed up as: respect yourself, respect others, and respect your environment. Active participation in a structured program of recovery and meeting attendance are required. We know that recovery programs are not “one size fits all” and fully support you in finding one that resonates with you. Every house member is expected to submit to periodic, random alcohol and drug screening to ensure the safety of everyone.
It is a fact that a good portion of alcoholics and addicts in recovery also struggle with co-occurring disorders, mental health conditions, and a history of trauma. We understand how these components come intertwined for many women. We have been there, and done that, and can help you acquire outside resources, tools, and skills to continue to heal and manage all areas of your life.
We hold periodic, in-house support groups and there is always a head resident, staff member, or volunteer available to help with whatever you need.
LIVING SOBER IN SOBER LIVING
We don’t expect you to have your new living situation completely figured out by day two. Our staff, volunteers, and other residents will help you get settled and help you figure out the finer details of things you want to put into place to foster your sustained recovery. “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” It was built over time, by a team. The family environment at Zen Mountain is very supportive. Everyone helps everyone else and there is nothing we can’t accomplish together.
THREE PHASE STRUCTURE
Phase I lasts at least four to five weeks following admission. Only a House Manager or Staff can move Clients on to Phase II. To move onto the next phase of the Program, Clients are required to:
Attend a minimum of six recovery meetings/recovery activities per week for at least four weeks. We are all-pathway friendly and encourage a wide variety of meetings and other recovery support.
Find and start working with a recovery mentor of some kind (sponsor, recovery coach, life coach or spiritual leader).
Establish a fellowship home group that you attend at least once a week.
Build a regular productivity schedule. All Clients must be working, volunteering, attending school, participating in IOP, or any combination of those four at least 30 hours each week.
Inform the House Manager of all commitments, errands, and activities prior to leaving the house.
9pm curfew seven days a week. Your House Manager may give you an extension if the request is reasonable and by advocating for yourself.
Adhere consistently to the expectations of the house.
After satisfying all requirements above, Clients are given additional privileges.
Curfew moves to general curfew: 11: 30 p.m. (unless you are working) You may apply for extensions.
You may take up to a total of two overnights per week.
You may come and go as you please from the house. You will still be expected to sign in and out but will no longer have to clear your daily schedule with your House Manager.
After a Client achieves one year of continuous abstinence, additional privileges may be given.
PRICING & WHAT’S INCLUDED
Most of the expenses of household living are included in your monthly fee except for food, clothing, and personal hygiene items. Here are some of the items that will be provided free of charge:
Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu
Wireless printer/scanner access
Desktop computer access/use
Electricity & gas
Pool access (at select locations)
Toilet paper & paper towels
Hand soap & dish soap
Bed linens, blankets, and pillows
Bath towel set
Drug and Alcohol Monitoring
Sober Living Home Operator Information:
Phone: (172) 0515-3299