RCOSA is in our 28th year of providing a safe, supportive, and structured Recovery Community. The donors make it all possible and bring quality Sober Living at affordable rates for men and women. Each resident at RCOSA receives a fully furnished and private room, recovery sessions, and daily fellowship.
The recovery sessions set RCOSA apart from the other sober homes. 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 licensed/credentialed 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, certified and credentialed, experienced, caring, and motivated leaders provide quality support and create a therapeutic recovery environment benefiting our residents. The accepting, positive, compassionate supports growth reflection, and healing. When we combine a sober and encouraging environment, fully furnished private rooms, recovery sessions, and expert staff, it is evident that RCOSA is for recovery.


Bi-weekly recovery group sessions


4 individual recovery sessions


Family recovery sessions on request


Private Rooms


Community Dinners

Monthly Fees $1,600 – $2,000 per month depending on the unit, location, and services required.


  • Included in the monthly rate are two group recovery sessions and one individual Self-Help session per week. All utilities including cable and Wi-Fi, cleaning supplies, 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 4-1-21 The Men’s Program average age is 46.3 with an average length of stay of 11.6 months.


Our vision is to help each and every resident achieve at least one year of continued sobriety by teaching this new design for living.