Healing, Health and Recovery

Applying For Residency

No two applicants are the same. No two life experiences are the same. When reviewing applicants we look for hope, determination, honesty and respect. We also look for fit to prevent conflict and provide a safe and rewarding environment.

As an accepted applicant (resident) you are expected to participate in chores, keep a tidy living space, be respectful, be honest with others and yourself. You will attend a 12 step program of your choosing and submit to random UA tests. You will abide by a curfew. You will learn new skills along the way.

Most rooms are shared with one and sometimes two other people.

Leadership roles are offered as they become available and are awarded based largely on commmitment and trust.

When paid on time, $10 of each rental payment is given back to the House to be used as the House chooses.

You can apply for residency here.

How We Work

Sanus House is about you. It is our goal to build a community of support, strength and courage to overcome the things that destroy us and eat away at our souls. We aren't here to tell you what to do and when to do it. We believe in and promote ownership and self care. You own your growth. We aren't here to force change. We know change only happens when the individual has a burning desire for it. It's a desire that is stronger than the desire to hide in the shadows of darkness. You can review all the House rules here.


  1. Fill out the online application.
  2. Your application is reviewed.
  3. You will be contacted for a brief phone conversation and interview.
  4. An appointment will be made for a more in depth interview with the house.
  5. The House will have a vote to determine if you are a good fit.
  6. You will be contacted regarding the decision.

If you are not accepted, a reason will be given at the time of the call.

If you are accepted you will be expected to do the following:
  • Be sober/clean for a minimum of 14 days.
  • Take a urine test.
  • Sign a contract agreeing to the house conditions and rules.
  • Pay a $300 deposit and first month (prorated) rent.
  • Begin probationary period (30 days).


  • Twin size bed with mattress cover.
  • Sheet set and blanket and Pillow.
  • Use of kitchen and cookware.
  • Utensils, dishes, cups and silverware.
  • Common area furniture.
  • Common area television.
  • WiFi Internet access.
  • Cleaning supplies.


  • Food
  • Toiletries
  • Extra bedding
  • Secure box for items needing security (if needed)
  • Clothing

Mission Statement

At Sanus House our mission is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals in recovery from addiction. We promote personal accountability and honesty at home and in life. We believe that a stable and nurturing home is essential for the success of our residents, and we are committed to giving them a place to rebuild their lives and achieve their goals. Through our dedication to excellence, integrity, and transparency, we strive to make a positive impact on the lives of those we serve and for the communities in which we operate.


Brice Gibson

Co-Founder and Owner, Sanus House

Brice has a BS degree in IT Management, is a Certified Project Management Professional and Licensed Real Estate Agent. His past career includes leadership roles as a Director, Vice-President and owner of several companies, largely under the brand of iKore. Brice builds exceptional teams, helping to grow the skills and talents of others. At Sanus House, he drives the vision and growth of the company.

Brice has a passion for living life in the outdoors and traveling far and wide. His greatest joy in life is his wife, children and grandchild. Brice is honored to be a part of Sanus House.

Joann Gibson

Co-Founder and Owner, Sanus House

Joann has a Master’s in Education Leadership from Brigham Young University with 20 years’ experience as an educator and leader. Joann has raised two children and has always had an open door to friends, family, and the occasional stranger during their time of need. Joann is currently the caretaker for the greatest grandson in the world.

She feels fortunate to participate in making her brother's dream of helping others come true and looks forward to seeing the benefit to those on the road to recovery and to the communities they live in.

Contact Us
(385) 350-3013