Outpatient Lodging


Embracing Renewal, Empowering Futures:

Stability Starts Here.

Recognizing the pivotal role of stable housing and continuous support in the journey to recovery, Recovering Hope has seamlessly integrated a housing component into our comprehensive care continuum. We’re excited for the expansion with the addition of 32 women’s lodging beds, aimed at furnishing stable housing for individuals participating in outpatient substance use services. This initiative aims to cultivate a nurturing and supportive atmosphere for women as they embark on their journey towards  recovery.

Our commitment extends to providing safe and secure lodging,  with cutting-edge technological and social support frameworks. Understanding the  importance of a stable and supportive living environment, our accommodations prioritize not just physical safety, but also the promotion of emotional and psychological well-being. This holistic approach to lodging is integral to the program’s mission to support individuals in their recovery journey.

Where are the lodging facilities located?

Our lodging facilities are conveniently located on the same campus as our Outpatient Clinic, ensuring easy access to our highly qualified therapists and prescribers.

How long am I able to stay in Outpatient lodging?

Recovering Hope provides lodging for those enrolled in our intensive outpatient programming. Typically, our intensive programming is a 4-6 months,  so you are able to stay in our lodging for around 4-6 months

What approach does Recovering Hope's Lodging Program take towards Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)?

At Recovering Hope, we understand that Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) may be the most effective approach for some of our clients. We recognize the importance of individualized treatment plans and are committed to supporting each client’s unique journey towards recovery.

Our comprehensive program acknowledges the value of MOUD as a component in the spectrum of treatment options available. We accept a range of medications for Opioid Use Disorder, including Suboxone, methadone, naltrexone, and other medicated options, understanding that the choice of medication may vary based on individual needs and preferences.

As part of our Lodging Program, medications are self-administered under the observation of trained staff. However, it’s important to note that clients are responsible for obtaining their own medications, including methadone and Suboxone, from their prescribing physicians or treatment providers.

We strive to provide personalized care that meets the diverse needs of those seeking support for Opioid Use Disorder. Our goal is to empower clients to make informed decisions about their treatment and to facilitate access to the resources and support they need to achieve lasting recovery.

What does the admission process look like for your lodging program?

To enroll in our lodging program, it will be similar to enrolling in our IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program). You will  complete a comprehensive assessment, sign admission paperwork, and participate in a short screening conducted by our admission team. If we have availability, we can then enroll you into our outpatient substance use and lodging program.

Is food provided to us?

Yes, in our lodging program, food and snacks are provided to you.

Meal Times

Breakfast 7:00am – 8:00 am

Lunch 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Dinner 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Snack and fresh fruit available at all times

If there Visiting?

Yes, visiting hours are

Tuesday 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Saturday 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Sunday 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Does Recovering Hope provide transportation for clients in our lodging program?

No, Recovering Hope does not provide transportation for clients in our lodging program. We have  a local transportation service called Timbertrails to assist clients in Mora with transportation needs. They can provide transportation services as needed.

Do I have a roommate?

Yes, you will have the opportunity to share a spacious room with another person.

What are the requirements to be able to stay in Outpatient lodging?

Recovering Hope requires clients within 30 days to be enrolled in school, working, or volunteering for 8 hours weekly, to enhance your recovery journey.

What is the cost of lodging?

Depending on your insurance coverage, lodging could be covered. Alternatively, please speak to our admission specialist for self-pay rates. We’ll work with you to find the best option for your situation.

Are you able to accommodate children?
No, at this time we do not accommodate children.
Can I join either your in-person or telehealth groups?

Yes, you are able to enroll in either our in-person groups located across the street or participate via telehealth.

Is lodging Gender Specifc?

Our lodging facility is currently for women.

Getting Started

We’re here to help. Call our admissions team at 1-844-314-HOPE
To schedule an appointment, make a referral, or speak with a member of the Recovering Hope Treatment Center admissions team, please contact us at:

Phone: 320-364-1300
Fax: 651-323-2558
Email: Referrals@recoveringhope.life

We welcome self-referrals, referrals from community partners, other treatment programs, or family members.

Services Offered While Enrolled in our Lodging

  • 2.1 IOP Group counseling
  • Case management
  • Individual counseling
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Peer Recovery Support
  • Comprehensive aftercare and discharge plans
  • Individual, couples and family mental health therapy
  • Family education group for interested family members
Additional Services
  • Mental Health Counseling Individual, couples or family therapy
  • Medication management via Telepsychiatry
  • Medication management
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)

Meet Our Outpatient Team!


Treatment Team:

Comprising licensed alcohol and drug counselors, this team ensures you have a primary counselor to guide you through your journey. You’ll have regular weekly meetings with them to support your progress.

Mental Health Team:

Our mental health support is provided by licensed professional mental health counselors and licensed associate marriage and family therapists. They are trained to help you address your mental health concerns and work towards recovery.

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