Sober Living Home & Halfway House in Asheville, NC

About Footprints Recovery Residence

About Footprints Recovery

Footprints Recovery has created a Sober Living Home & Halfway House of evidence-based care with a love for helping people overcome addiction. We bring this expertise into a relaxing residential environment with amenities that reinforce positive principles to transition into a life in recovery. At Footprints Recovery, our residents learn to develop the behaviors that will propel them to succeed in their personal and professional life. Our house philosophy helps guide our residents and is the framework for the Footprints Recovery program.

Our sober living home offers multiple residential locations throughout Asheville including a residence in a close proximity to downtown Asheville and UNCA.

Our History

Owner / Operator:  Mitchell Cobb

Footprints Recovery is a different kind of sober living home, locally owned and operated by someone who cares about people in recovery.  Born and raised in NC, Mitchell arrived in Asheville in 2017 ready for a new life.  After months of travel around the US, he was ready for sobriety and stability, and found both in the NA community of Asheville.  Thanks to the support of many in the area, he became a solid member of the Asheville NA community and began a business that has helped many others do the same.  As owner of three sober living homes in town, Mitchell knows the importance of supporting others, holding each person accountable, and making them feel like they have a home.  He not only talks the talk, he walks it.

Real Patient Testimonials

Footprints has offered my son a safe place to live while he navigates his sobriety journey. Mitchell has done an excellent job of recognizing red flags residents and often helps them seek additional services and treatment.
Crystol J.
Parent of Alumni
Footprints gave me the opportunity to change and help with addiction, The staff and management is some of the best there is I would recommend this to anyone looking a better way to live
Nick P.
Alumni
Great sober living with excellent staff. Footprints granted me numerous opportunities to better my life and relationships. Mitchell, Adam and Merlin were always there for me and aided me back to life.
Michael W.
Alumni
Aaron Hice
Aaron Hice
03:57 23 Jan 21
I've seen miracles happen at this place. The brother hood and family atmosphere is something most of these men have... never experienced. Every one of the bad reviews are from people that couldn't follow the rules and regulations and where ask to leave.read more
Crystol Jones
Crystol Jones
00:48 20 Jan 21
Footprints has offered my son a safe place to live while he navigates his sobriety journey. Mitchell has done an... excellent job of recognizing red flags residents exhibit and often helps them seek addition services and treatment when necessary. My son considers his roommates family and loves the support the Footprints community offers. Grateful for each day my son is sober and for the support he receives from Mitchell and the entire community.read more
Michael Woodard
Michael Woodard
02:28 19 Jan 21
Great sober living with excellent staff. Footprints granted me numerous opportunities to better my life and... relationships. Mitchell, Adam and Merlin were always there for me and aided me back to life.read more
Scott Pleasants
Scott Pleasants
19:09 18 Jan 21
Our son has been at Footprints for about 3 months. It has been a good experience for him, and our family. After being... at a couple of other sober living houses, this one has been the best fit. The owner, Mitchell Cobb has spent a lot of time with our son. He’s driven him places, and even helped him buy and ship Christmas gifts. Our son feels very strongly that Mitch truly cares, and spends a lot of time checking on the guys.read more
Steven “Sauce” Clark
Steven “Sauce” Clark
03:54 18 Jan 21
I hate that the lowest rating still gives a star! This is the most crooked halfway house I've ever experienced. The... owner rides clients to pay rent even before its due! The staff smokes CBD with clients knowing its something that isn't allowed and depending on your friendship with them they allow using! I don't understand how this place is still operational. Maybe the fact of paid Google reviews to help get clients has something to do with it. Please save yourself or your family and run elsewhereread more
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