PIKES PEAK HOUSE
Pikes Peak House requires our
men and women to stay clean and sober, to achieve gainful employment
which also includes going to bed and waking up at normal hours, to
incorporate Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous into their
and to keep their house in a clean and orderly condition. We
believe these basic skills help them to become the mothers
members of society we know they can be.
Alteza House started in June 2004
and has been running at full capacity since its inception. Due to
the limited amount of sober living homes available in Colorado Springs
for women and increased phone calls from women desperately seeking
a safe and sober environment to get back on their feet, Pikes Peak
House was established in November 2006.
The Spruce house and Cooper house started in 2010.