Welcome to Trevor’s House
A safe place where recovery happens
Who We Are
We aid in the recovery of men from addiction and the underlying brokenness through faith, community, structure, and accountability. We equip men with opportunities to develop healthy lifestyles and unlock their true potential.
Trevor’s House is a recovery residence program that provides a sober living environment for individuals recovering from substance abuse disorders in a structured 12-Step program based on the Alcoholics Anonymous model. The program is designed to give a safe space among a community of individuals seeking long-term sobriety. Trevor’s House is also structured to expose residents to learning opportunities designed to teach and strengthen life skills, as well as strengthen the health of mind, body and spirit with a Christian approach. Trevor’s House is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination based on of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or age.
Applicants for residency in Trevor’s House must have achieved sobriety for an extended period of time before approval for residency. The standards for applicant sobriety are as follows:
30 days + reference from attending counselor
30 days + reference from sponsor
Inpatient Rehab or Detox Facility
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Applicants less than the required days of sobriety will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants MUST NOT have been discharged from residential treatment, IOP, SOP, or PHP Against Medical Advice and/or Against Staff Advice (AMA/ASA.)
Trevor’s House does not provide substance addiction rehabilitation, detox or other treatments to obtain initial sobriety. We are not a healthcare provider and do not offer any medical services, physical or psychological therapy, or counseling services. Trevor’s House facilities are not constructed for ADA compliance and accessibility. Trevor’s House will make reasonable efforts to accommodate individuals with disabilities as they present themselves for service.