The Nova House
Nova House supports women who are ready to move on from the accountability and structure of sober living but want to continue to live with women in recovery. You must be in recovery to be eligible to live at the Nova House but there are no other rules or requirements.
Both houses regularly host 12 step meetings and Big Book studies along with a Codependency Study group and a rotating study group that works through books like Warrior Goddess Training, Judgement Detox, Drop the Rock and other curriculums that focus on women in recovery..
The Nova House is a place where women support and lend strength to each other as they do the difficult work of rebuilding relationships, developing independence and tools for long-term recovery.
Spectacular Stuart Cameron Craftsman Bungalow, one of St. Paul’s beautiful historic homes. Surrounded by flowers and gardens, you’ll find a remodeled gourmet kitchen, large bedrooms with walk-in closets, a jacuzzi tub, reading nooks, and a zen garden designed for relaxation & meditation.
The size and layout of the Nova house was built for creating community and connection. Most days you will find a meeting in the zen garden, morning meditation, and coffee on the porch, or a 10th step happening in the living room.