Welcome to Unity House

Our Mission is to provide education and support to individuals with substance and/or behavioral addictions in a safe, semi-structured environment, with access to additional resources for living abstinent from problem behaviors.

Unity House of Davenport, a Not-For-Profit Organization, is a Transitional Housing program for men in recovery from substance and/o behavioral addictions.

Unity House is currently accepting applications from men 18 years and older who are looking to reside in a safe, semi-structured sober living environment. Please click here to begin your Application to reside at one of our homes.

For Unity House's "0rientation & Rules Packet" click here.

(The "orientation & Rules Packet is for your information only. Do not fill out and fax it back to Unity House.)

On September 6, 2017, Unity House of Davenport was awarded the 2017 Housing Iowa Award for Special Needs Housing Development. The ceremony was held by the Pineapple Club in Cedar Rapids, IA.  In attendance was Dennis Haut; CEO, Eric “Hippie” Hoffmann, Intake Coordinator; Cassie Luedtke, Administrative Assistant; and Sidney Klein, former Social Media Expert.

Dennis & Jamie went to Washington D.C. 


Dennis is the QCA's Jefferson Award Finalist. Click here to view the entire article http://wqad.com/2015/03/05/and-our-jefferson-awards-finalist-is/

Unity House consists of 60 beds in 7 homes, all located in Davenport, Iowa. Residents receive support from among each other as well as the on-site House Manager(s), learning to stay sober in a safe, semi-structured environment. We are not a half-way house. Instead, we offer transitional shelter where our residents can come and go at their leisure, but are still held accountable for their actions with required 12-step meetings and random drug/alcohol tests.

To enter Unity House, a person must be completely sober as we do not offer detoxification services. Our fee structure requires a $150 deposit plus $365 upon entry, then $365 per month. In addition, a $5 per week “paper fee" pays for common-use house incidentals such as bath tissue, paper towels, napkins and cleaning supplies.