About The Buffalo House Team
Jeff has been in the sober housing business since February 2000 shortly after the Buffalo House was founded. His primary function is to operate the business and maintain the facility; however, he does take an active role in the house...
Justin has worked in the recovery field for nearly a decade, and in just about every role possible. He brings a hands on, been there, seen that approach to every opportunity. Whether it is helping the still struggling alcoholic/addict ...
Joe arrived at The Retreat in April of 2002. After completing the program there, he moved into a Retreat sober house where he lived for 1 year. Following the time he spent there, Joe decided to continue living in an environment that...
Lauren is the center of our organization - she keeps the office and the day to day administration of the Buffalo Sober Group on track.
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About Our Name
Make Sober Living A Lifetime Expierence
The buffalo is a survivor. His species has endured across millennia. He will fight for himself and for the defense of others in his group. Building upon this, the Buffalo Sober House instills in its residents the tools for self-preservation, endurance, and mutual support. Just as a group of buffalo bands together, the level of support and accountability offered through the lifestyle at the Buffalo Sober House sustains and empowers those in recovery. On his own the buffalo is strong, yet vulnerable. With his herd surrounding him, defending him, and fighting at his side, the buffalo is one of the most robust and formidable creatures on Earth.
At the Buffalo House we offer independent living with accountability. The Buffalo House is a place to take the next step towards a new life, and a place to make friends that will help support you and your journey. We expect residents to be working a program of recovery including attending four meetings outside the house and the house meetings, additionally meet at least weekly with a sponsor to do step work. In addition, residents should have at least one outside volunteer commitment and have full or part-time work or be a full time student.
What makes the Buffalo House Special: Dignity! You can have your own space while at the same time sharing a home with other men taking control of their lives.