Over 1.8 million nonprofits and charities for donors, volunteers and funders

Rehabilitation Living Foundation Inc

Rating: 1 stars   1 review 390


Po Box 7058 Loveland CO 80537 USA


Sober living facility


Serenity houses is a sober living environment where people in recovery can live while getting through the difficult stages of recovery. We are a 12-step based recovery organization. We strive to create an enviroment that is focused on recovery. . In loveland, co, the residents can find a variety of healthy recreation activities, educational opportunities, 12-step meetings and employment opportunities. Our location allows residents an opportunity to continue to participate in a larger society while living in a safe home that will help ensure lasting recovery and sobriety.

Write a Review
Invite Reviews Share This Nonprofit

More Info

(970) 568-6631

Filter Reviews by Role

Promote This Nonprofit

GreatNonprofits badges allow you to raise awareness of your favorite nonprofits on your own web sites!

Review this charity on

Reviews for Rehabilitation Living Foundation Inc

Rating: 1 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

I was personally and financially traumatized by the treatment at this facility. I saw many of the tenants( guests) mistreated as well. The owner displayed tactics of intimidation by threatening and kicking "guests" of the Sober House out on short notice for any and every reason. There were many guests, myself included who were thrown out without having used drugs or alcohol. The owner himself was actively using drugs and alcohol and denying it while I was living there. He was verbally and emotionally ABUSIVE. The timing of the expulsions seemed to suspiciously come right after the owner collected rent. The general feeling of the guests was that the operation was/is a scam to take advantage of recovering addicts and alcoholics and their loved ones.The general opinion is that this non profit is driven by greed and addiction. While I was a guest there I saw huge turnover of guests. This non-profit seems to make huge profit. This is truly a sad sad situation when so many young and old are looking for a safe haven to find recovery in their addictions.

How would you describe the help you got from this organization?


How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?


How do you feel you were treated by this organization?


When was your last experience with this nonprofit?


Flag review
Review from Guidestar