Fort Lyon Recovery Program
If you are in need of a safe place to recover from alcohol or drug use, Fort Lyon may be a good fit.
Fort Lyon Supportive Residential Community combines recovery-oriented transitional housing for people currently or formerly experiencing homelessness with peer support, and educational, vocational, and employment services on a beautiful campus in Southeastern Colorado. This program is available for up to two years for you to take time to recover and improve your physical and mental health.
At Fort Lyon, you and 250 others share a goal of recovery from substance use with the support of peers who have experience with recovery and can help be your guide through the process. There, you create a program that works best for you with options of peer support, education opportunities, vocational and employment services, and wide variety of hobbies and activities to aid in your recovery.
Upon completion of the program, you will be assisted in getting housing and employment as you return to your community of choice, which can include housing subsidies if you qualify.
Learn more about the benefits of becoming a resident here.
HOW DO I GET IN THE PROGRAM?
If you are experiencing homelessness and would like to enroll in the Ft. Lyon program, please consult with your case manager, homeless service provider, or health care provider about a referral to the program.
If you are a provider, please visit here for more information.