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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.

“Where do I go to buy groceries? How do I find a doctor? Where are the meetings? I want to go to IOP, but where are the good ones? How do I get around?”

“You don’t have to do this alone.”

  • Wi-Fi

  • Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu

  • Wireless printer/scanner access

  • Desktop computer access/use

  • Water

  • Electricity & gas

  • Trash service

  • Toilet paper & paper towels

  • Hand soap & Dish soap

  • Dish-washing detergent

  • Bed linens, blankets, and pillows

  • Bath towel set

  • Laundry Soap

  • Cleaning supplies

  • Drug and Alcohol Monitoring


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:​ 


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 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. For a complete list of the house rules, please CONTACT US.

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.


We offer in-house yoga classes in addition to periodic guided meditation instruction. Participation in these activities is greatly encouraged, but not required.

Our philosophy includes mindfulness as a critically important tool for successful and sustainable recovery. We want our clients to concentrate on all three aspects of body, mind, and soul in order to create a well rounded stability in their new lives. These practices have been clinically proven as advantageous for a recovering person, in big and measurable ways.


Whether you have a fast-paced corporate career or haven’t worked in years, we have the resources to help you get back into the work force and find a position that is right for you. We provide assistance with:

  • Job searching

  • Resume writing

  • Job applications

  • Interview skills and coaching

  • Transportation to/from interviews

  • Interview follow up


The best part of recovery is getting your life back. And life is FUN! Being stuck in addiction helps you forget all the things that your true self enjoyed doing. Our addictions became our fun, our “hobbies.” There are so many cool things out in the world waiting to be discovered by you. Things you had no clue would be so enjoyable!

Every couple of weeks, we will try something different as a family. Part of learning to live is learning what you like (and maybe don’t like) to do for fun. Let's go to the movies, hiking, out to dinner, to a workout class, to the mall, have a craft party, go to a play, go to a comedy show, indoor skydiving, or even white-water rafting!


One of the coolest parts about living clean and sober is finding true enjoyment.