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At our core, we are an intentional community of sober people who hold one another accountable on our recovery journeys. Our vision is to provide a safe and supportive living environment for those who are dedicated to continuous learning, development, and improvement.
Hammell House puts an emphasis on individual growth and holds all residents responsible for being stewards of peace and togetherness. 



  • Eligible residents must have 30 days of continuous sobriety prior to move-in. 

  • Abstaining from all mood-altering substances is mandatory while living at Hammell House.

  • Residents must be actively involved in a program of recovery, and attend at least three recovery meetings per week. 

  • At Hammell House we require all residents to complete a weekly chore, attend a weekly house meeting, and to respect a curfew.

  • Commitment to working, going to school, or a combination of both. 

  • Respect. Respect for others, for our space, and our community as a whole.

fees & rooms


Program fees:

$700 - shared room

$750 - semi-private

$800 - private (must have 6 months soberiety to occupy). 


$250 non-refundable

$500 refundable with 6 month stay. 

Supply fee:  $30/month 

about Jared

The house's name is dediated to our friend, Jared Hammell. Jared was a shooting star - blazing across the sky on fire with love, life and laughter. Ever since he was a child, he had a special kind of charisma and the ability to make everyone smile. His laughter was contagious, and his unconditional love and acceptance made everyone in his presence feel special. Jared had a big heart and was always willing to help others, as exemplified through his work in support of others' recovery efforts in the Minneapolis community. 


application process

01. contact us

Email or connect directly to our live-in house manager:

Miles Hirson


02. meet the house

We will schedule a time for you to come by and see the house and meet our current residents during our house meeting (on Sunday evenings). We can also accomodate this step via zoom if you are located out-of-state. 

03. participant agreement

All house members are required to review and sign a participant agreement with our house manager. This includes access to a client BILL OF RIGHTS, and will recieve a copy of the agreement. 

04. move in 

Move on in! Residents can bring their personal belongings (limited to suitcases, bedding, and food items). We do not have extra storage for large items such as personal furniture. 

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