Horizon House

Mens Sober Housing – Duluth, MN and Superior, WI to inquire about availability please call 218-600-6624.

About Horizon House

Horizon House Sober Living is committed to providing a safe, secure, sober environment for men to support long-term recovery.

Rooms Available

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Commonly Asked Questions

What is a sober house?
A sober house (also called sober living) is a group home for recovering alcoholics and addicts.
How Do Sober Houses Work?

A sober living home operates as a bridge between an inpatient facility and the “real world” and can help with the adjustment from rehab back to daily life.

What are the rules of the Horizon House?

First and foremost, residents are expected to stay clean.

In addition:

  • Attend (3) 12 step meetings each week.
  • Spend a minimum of 32 hours each week working, in school, or volunteering.
  • Abide by house rules, (ie curfew, assigned cleaning, etc.)
  • Attend weekly house meetings.
  • Needs at least 30 days of sobriety before admittance
  • $350  Program Deposit

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What are the program fees?

Program Deposit: $350.00
Program Fee: $700.00 monthly
Nuway Program: $50.00

Learn more about the Horizon House program fees on our properties page.

How do I get into the Horizon House?

Complete our online application, and a member of our staff will reach out after review.

What's the difference between a sober house and a halfway house?

While sober living homes and halfway houses are similar in the purpose they serve, one of the main differences is that halfway homes are often designated for people who are coming out of incarceration and who underwent a drug treatment program during their incarceration and are often state-run.


Another difference (and benefit) is that sober living homes don’t specify a time limit for residency.