We see a world where every person in recovery has access to a supportive, healthy, and safe home environment built on respect, focused on recovery, and led by peers.
What is a Sober House?
Community living designed to support the needs of those in early recovery through structure, peer accountability, and organizational oversight
House Manager and staff to lead and support recovery communities
Drug and alcohol screens, curfew, house rules, and peer accountability
Residency costs are straightforward, affordable, and all-inclusive; all rents are private pay
We offer structured sober houses for men and women where every resident is supported in their recovery journeys. Residents live together as a family to develop the tools and strengthen their character in order to live free from substance abuse. Our homes allow for independence while guided by a set of recovery-focused house rules, standards, and expectations. The core of our structure is abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Residents are engaged in their personal recovery journey by attending meetings and working with a sponsor and our House Manager for support and encouragement. Residents adhere to a curfew, submit to drug and alcohol screenings, and participate in home and community events.
- Residents live independently in a gender-specific home
- Rooms are typically shared with one or more peers
- Residents pay rent weekly or monthly; we don’t accept health insurance
- Each home is lead by a House Manager
- Our homes are convenient, comfortable, affordable, and supportive
- Residents live according to our Resident Handbook and House Rules
Hunter founded Vanderburgh House in 2016 with a mission and vision to leverage a novel business structure in order to approach our field in a new way. Hunter has been our Executive Directory since our founding; a seasoned impact entrepreneur with experience in private equity, real estate, entrepreneurship education, and mission-focused business development. After helping lead an aerospace education company to the nation’s first two-time winner of National Best Flight School by the AOPA, Hunter held a faculty position at Harvard University teaching entrepreneurship at the graduate level. Hunter earned his Master’s from Harvard and is conducting doctoral research in social entrepreneurship at Salve Regina University. He enjoys guest lecturing on impact entrepreneurship and helping show budding entrepreneurs how to be successful and impact the world.