To reduced the cost of addiction while improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and families through recovery support, education, advocacy and community building.


2009 - SoberHood was founded on August 16, 2009. Its primary program at the time was supporting the only gay/bi mens sober home in Texas. 

2010 - SoberHood established the Scott Daniel Program to support LGBT in recovery in early 2010. Funding through the program allowed SoberHood to move the gay/bi mens home to a new, larger location and by the end of the year the gay/bi mens home was completely self supporting. While SoberHood continues to provide technical assistance on an as needed basis, the impact of the Scott Daniel Programming allowed the gay/bi mens home to move out from underneath the nonprofit's umbrella. It remain a vibrant community and resource to this day.

2011 - No longer a direct recovery housing provider, SoberHood launched the Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network (TROHN), which became the state affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) in September 2011. 

2012 - (seen annual report) In January 2012, SoberHood launched RecoveryPeople, a podcast the celebrate the culture of recovery. Through TROHN, SoberHood developed recovery coalitions in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston. 

2013 - SoberHood became a Peer Recovery Support (PRS) Trainer and began offering Recovery Coach classes. In addition, SoberHood sat on an advisory board defining Practices Standards for Peer Delivered Services. SoberHood advocated for fair housing rights at the state and local level, participated in the state Analysis of Impediments process and provided testimony. TROHN certified 56 recovery residences operated by 26 providers representing 597 beds from Houston to El Paso and from South Padre Island to Lubbock (TROHN Annual Report).
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