Pikes Peak House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are independent and not affiliated with any religious organization. We promote self sufficiency and base recovery around the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We provide transitional housing for adults with alcoholism and substance-abuse problems.

Acceptance into the recovery house is not contingent upon one’s ability to pay up front. We will work with those who are homeless and indigent if they have the desire to stay clean and sober and work towards recovery, accountability and responsibility.

Currently we operate five homes. We began our work in 2004 when our first home, Alteza House, was opened to women in the Colorado Springs area who were seeking help from alcohol and drug addictions and a safe place to live. Increased demand from women desperately seeking a safe and sober living environment led us to open our second house, Pikes Peak House, in 2006. In 2008 and 2010 Chestnut House and Cooper House sober living homes for men were begun and are showing great success. All our homes have two live-in house managers that are members of Alcoholics Anonymous. The structure the houses provide combined with and the support of other responsible, working self-supportive residents gives new residents a positive example of how to apply those attributes in their own lives.