Providing a continuum of care for addiction recovery.


Residents in Recovery champions the cause of individuals marginalized by mental health and addiction issues, by providing judgement-free access to a safe, supportive and therapeutic recovery environment. 


The Residents in Recovery person-centered program provides a societal investment by empowering individuals to regain control of their life through education, encouragement and inspiration.  Individuals will embark on a journey of self-discovery, motivation and an understanding of addiction.  Program participants that complete the program will become valued contributors to our community, which in turn will work to break down the stigma of addictions.


Compassion | Commitment | Positivity | Respect | Integrity

Residents in Recovery Society opened it's doors on September 4th, 2018.  Our first male combined pre and post-treatment sober living home opened on September 7th, 2018.  In the spring of 2019, we added a second male and the first female combined pre and post-treatment sober living homes.  In the spring of 2020 we added a male post-treatment sober living home for men that are returning to work.  In July of 2020 we began to utilize a suite in the women's home for a client looking to be reunified with her child.  In July of 2021 we added a five-plex, supporting single mothers seeking additional support through a post-treatment sober living program with their child(ren).   In August of 2021 we took over the group home previously known as Harris House and began to support women that are in their third trimester of pregnancy or who have just given birth to a child, where the child is at risk of apprehension due to drug use by the mother.  As of August 2020, we currently have a sober living capacity of 25 single adults. (19 males and 5 females), 5 single-parent families, 5 mothers with a newborn baby and 2 mothers in their third trimester.. 


Due to the high demand in Lloydminster and surrounding communities, we are looking to add more homes in the near future both in Lloydminster and other communities.  If you know of a community that would like to support a Residents in Recovery sober living program, please contact us and we would be happy to provide you with the information on how to get started.

"Tyler's Story"

Lloydminster Region Health Foundation Project Sunrise