Fellowship Recovery’s mission statement is to provide recovery to all who seek it, as we ourselves have recovered.

Fellowship Recovery seeks to be more than an intensive outpatient treatment center and sober housing, we seek to provide opportunities for our clients to pursue long-term recovery and flourish in their lives. We seek to help clients on a 3-dimensional basis, by providing long-term housing, work opportunities, and support for families. We offer housing for women with children, men with children, as well as single individuals.

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Fellowship Recovery IOP

Fellowship Recovery’s mission statement is to provide recovery to all who seek it, as we ourselves have recovered.

Fellowship Recovery seeks to be more than an intensive outpatient treatment center and sober housing, we seek to provide opportunities for our clients to pursue long-term recovery and flourish in their lives. We seek to help clients on a 3-dimensional basis, by providing long-term housing, work opportunities, and support for families. We offer housing for women with children, men with children, as well as single individuals.

Fellowship House Sober Living

Fellowship House is one of the only sober homes in Minnesota that allows mothers and fathers to live with their children. We also have housing for single women and men.

​Each of our locations has an on-site manager, and we try to offer an excellent value to our residents: we offer free laundry, free coffee, free linens, and social activities throughout the year. 

Friends of Fellowship

Coming soon, our new Friends of Fellowship…

Parenting in Recovery

We welcome parents with children into Fellowship House. Your children deserve a sober you and we want to aid you in that journey.

We also help parents with specialized material designed to guide parenting in recovery. Our Peer Recovery Support Specialists provide assistance with meeting the needs of parents, which include obtaining benefits, navigating legal issues, and transportation needs.

Live Sober

Fellowship is built on community. Our community is built on sobriety.

We know that sobriety is a journey, and that it’s a worthwhile one to embark on. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate during the year, and here are some of the things you can look forward to while you live in Fellowship House.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Holidays can be tough if you don’t have someone to spend them with, which is why we have a Thanksgiving dinner for you to spend with your Fellowship family.

Christmas Dinner

We believe that no one should have to spend Christmas alone. We have a full Christmas feast to indulge in at each of our houses.

Social Outings & Activities

Approximately once a month, each house provides an opportunity to socialize and have fun together. From picnics to mini golf, and hay rides to game night, we absolutely insist that you remember how to enjoy life sober.

1 Year Sober Dinner

Sobriety is a big deal. Staying sober an entire year is a huge milestone that should be celebrated. Whether you want crab legs, surf & turf, or a smorgasbord of all of your favorite foods and dessert — we believe that when you hit one year of sobriety, you go big, or go home — and dinner is on the house!

The Cat

Cats were worshipped as gods in ancient times and haven’t forgotten this. Still, we’ve found that they make for good company, and you’ll generally find one meandering through Fellowship House.

Level 2 Housing

After Living at Fellowship Sober House, clients qualify for our level 2 housing. Level 2 Housing is sober long-term living which allows our clients to work on their living skills.

Eventually, we provide support to clients who are looking to become home owners themselves, often working in and serving the sober community.

“We come to share our stories…”