RCOSA, with its’ humble beginnings on October 17, 1992, has always provided safe, structured, and supportive Post-Treatment community living and quality programming. Our absolutely wonderful Friends, Families, and Donors make it all possible and help us bring quality living and programming to every resident at RCOSA. We offer resident fully and nicely furnished apartments and a private room to call their own. The group and individual recovery sessions set RCOSA apart from the others. At RCOSA, each client receives the benefits of two weekly group recovery sessions, weekly individual recovery sessions, and family recovery sessions when requested. The recovery sessions are facilitated by very experienced licensed/certified counselors who are in recovery and expertly guide the residents on their journey to long term sobriety.

Our men’s program team leaders are Steve G., Johnny Meissner, Chris Brennan, Humberto Sanchez, and Stanley Hall. These dedicated, caring, and motivated leaders provide quality support and create a therapeutic recovery environment benefiting our residents. When we combine high quality sober community living with an encouraging environment, fully furnished private rooms, recovery sessions, and expert staff, it is evident why RCOSA has had such amazing success since October of 1992. RCOSA is THE WE part of the program.

RCOSA Clients receive the following for the initial 90-Day Commitment


Private Rooms


12 individual recovery sessions


24 recovery group sessions


Family recovery sessions on request


Community Events, Dinners, Fellowship, Recovery

RCOSA Monthly Fees


(per month depending on the unit, location, and services required.)

    • Included in the monthly rate are two group recovery sessions and one individual session per week, 2 Self-Help meetings per week, and drug/alcohol screens. All utilities including cable and Wi-Fi, washer/dryer, miscellaneous household supplies, and life-changing fellowship.
    • Prices are subject to change. Additional fees assessed for extra services such as increased alcohol and drug screens, reports or document preparations, and family recovery sessions. 

    *Effective 3-1-22: The Men’s Program overall average age is 46.3, an age range of 26-72 with 2 buildings dedicated to those with an average age  of 32, with an average length of stay of 11.5 months.

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