Our recovery community provides a structured, evidence-based residential setting for adults to overcome their substance use disorder. Stout Street Foundation residents overcome addiction and thrive with long-term support and a focus on life and relationship skills. Residents learn to care for themselves and others, establish personal accountability, and regain life and vocational skills to return to the community as productive and responsible citizens.
New residents spend their first month adjusting to the way of life at the Foundation and are introduced to the program curriculum, standards, and expectations. As new residents detox during the first 30 days, they get acquainted with the peers they will live and work with, and turn to in support of their mutual goals of sobriety and self-sufficiency.
During this phase, residents work on the issues that led them to SSF. Days are divided between a 40-hour workweek and intensive therapy, education, and individual counseling, aimed at helping residents address trauma, manage addiction, improve relationships, and build basic life skills necessary for stability and self-sufficiency. Residents develop individual treatment plans to meet their specific clinical needs.
A significant part of Phase 1 is workforce development. Unemployment is a formidable barrier to sobriety and stability. Residents work on-site or off-site jobs made available through the Foundation’s network of workforce development partners, creating an employment and skill pipeline that helps lead to gainful employment upon completing the program.
When residents are ready for the aftercare phase, they move to an SSF-owned Denver home for structured sober living. Here, residents have more individual freedoms and apply the skills they have developed in the program. The focus of Aftercare is community reintegration, as residents work independently and established themselves in the community before completing the program.
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