Tribe Recovery Homes Inc. was established in March of 2018. We provide a comfortable and clean living environment for all our residents. All the homes are alcohol and drug-free settings with monitoring and prevention. We provide a safe, secure, and confidential place for the men to live in. We offer programs and services to all the residents who are on their way to recovery, services include but are not limited to intervention, court advocacy, and transportation. We currently have properties throughout the Denver Metro area including Montbello, Thornton, and Highlands. We have experienced house managers that take care of the daily activities and protocols for the residents. We provide recovery-based homes that encourage service work and attendance to all types of programs like (AA, CA, NA, HA). We consider it our place in the community to be active and respectful in all our endeavors.
Giving Back to the Community
Thomas Hernandez is the President and CEO of Tribe Recovery Homes. He is also the President and CEO of Tribes Recovery Services. He has established himself with several government agencies at both the local and national level. Thomas Hernandez came from a life of heavy addiction and confusion. As a very young child turned to substance abuse, gangs, and crime for over 24 years of his life. Being imprisoned and lost for years to finding his bottom. It was time for a complete change. In the last few years, he has removed himself from the destructive life he knew and has completely dedicated his life to reform and recovery. Everything attributed to the raining/support of the recovery community throughout the United States. He has a non-stop passion, drive, and dedication to preserve the lives of addicts through accountability, desire, determination, and willingness to change.
Daniel Singer is our Director of Operations. As a Peer Support Specialist, his personal battle with addiction is what he brings to the table. Utilizing his knowledge of the CCAR Recovery Coach Certification, he helps clients see over the mountain of addiction down to the other side to recovery.