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Taylor is a Registered Nurse whose life experience led him to advocate for alcoholics and addicts by taking both a medical and holistic approach to treating the entire individual. After beginning his personal journey to recovery in 2012, Taylor dedicated his life to helping others suffering from alcoholism & addiction by first becoming a nurse in addictions medicine and then opening a women’s sober living and recovery house driven by both his medical expertise and personal experience in the community.
Taylor holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Platt College of Nursing in Aurora Colorado and is working as a Charge Nurse at Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, one of the region's most respected and largest treatment centers.


We have partnered with some of the best Clinicians in the area to provide our house members with easy to reach resources after leaving treatment or first entering our house.

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Partner: Psychiatric NP: Medicaid Provider

Kayla is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. she provides treatment including medication management for all age ranges from childhood onward. She strongly believes that the best treatment combines medication, therapy, and lifestyle modifications. She offers a holistic approach to mental health care, looking at your lifestyle choices including activity level, nutrition, and sleep patterns. She has extensive experience in both pediatric and adult inpatient behavioral health, as well as behavioral health in the correctional setting.



Partner: Family NP: Provider for all insurances

Brienne has been a nurse for more than 15 years and a board-certified family nurse practitioner for over 5 years. Brienne obtained a Master of Science Degree in Nursing at Regis University in Denver, Colorado, and upon becoming a nurse practitioner, has specialized in urgent care and women’s health.

(AKA Free Perks of being at Serenity Falls)


Serenity Falls is blocks away from Trails Recreation Center. Every woman at our house is given free access to Trails Recreation.
Amenities Include:

  • Gym Area 

  • Swimming Pool

  • Water Slides

  • Group Fitness Classes

  • Basketball, Volleyball, and Racquetball Courts

Black Tie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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At Serenity Falls we made the decision to provide free Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes to our residents. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is good for women in sober living for several reasons:

  1. Empowerment: BJJ is a self-defense system that teaches women how to defend themselves physically, giving them a sense of security and increasing their confidence. By learning BJJ, women in sober living can develop the skills and confidence to handle themselves in difficult or potentially dangerous situations, which can help to reduce feelings of anxiety and vulnerability.

  2. Exercise: BJJ is a full-body workout that provides physical exercise and improves strength, flexibility, and overall fitness. Physical activity has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health, and can be especially beneficial for people in sober living who may be struggling with addiction-related health issues.

  3. Stress relief: BJJ can be a great way to release stress and anxiety. Physical activity is known to improve mood, and the focused, present-moment nature of BJJ can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels. Additionally, BJJ training can be a positive outlet for frustration and anger, which can be particularly beneficial for women in sober living who may be dealing with triggers or difficult emotions related to their sobriety.

  4. Sobriety support: Training in BJJ provides an opportunity to connect with a supportive community, which can be especially beneficial for women in sober living who may be struggling with social isolation. By training with others who share a common goal, women in sober living can build positive relationships and support systems, which can help to reinforce their sobriety.

  5. Mindfulness: BJJ requires focus and presence in the moment, helping to improve mental clarity and focus. This type of mindfulness practice can be especially beneficial for people in sober living who may be struggling with addiction-related mental health issues, as it can help to improve their ability to regulate their emotions and reduce stress and anxiety.

These are some of the reasons why Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be a valuable tool for women in sober living, helping to support their physical, mental, and emotional well-being as they work to maintain their sobriety.

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Here for You

Serenity Falls believes in putting our Clients above profits. We do this while providing a safe residence where
those new to recovery can develop clean and sober connections in the recovery community. We believe this is the first step to living a meaning-filled lifestyle.


A Leap of Faith

There’s a fit for everyone at Serenity Falls. Our specialized Sober Living House focuses on providing a warm community as well as reducing the stresses of daily life for residents so they can focus on getting back on track. Take advantage of a truly compassionate environment where you are never alone.

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