Sober Joe is Partnered with Progress House in Indianapolis. ALL profits from sales in Indy metro area go to support the life-saving work of Progress House. Helping others never tasted so good!
Leading Men from Addiction to Recovery since 1961!
The mission of Progress House is to save lives and serve others by providing seekers of hope a safe sober living environment and tools for developing long-term recovery, self-sufficiency, and community reintegration.
Progress House was founded in 1961 by a group of men and women who had recovered from the disease of alcoholism, and who recognized a need for a recovery setting in Indianapolis. It all started in a small house in the 2000 block of North New Jersey Street, with barely enough room for 10 men. Progress House later moved to 1703 Talbot Street, and then again in 1969 to 14 North Highland, where it would remain for the next 32 years. In November 2001, Progress House moved to its present location at 201 Shelby Street, just one mile from downtown Indianapolis, and can now serve up to 100 men who typically stay from four and a half months to one year.
On January 1, 2014, we opened the doors of Next Step, independent apartment sober living, which is home to 48 men, all of whom have successfully completed Phase I and in some cases Phase II.