Mile High Sober Living Team

Providing recovering people an exceptional sober living experience

Mile High Sober Living Team Members

We’re a group of passionate people helping you find and maintain your recovery.

Executive Director

Brice Hancock

Executive Director

Brice Hancock

The Mile High Sober Living staff is passionate about the recovery process and committed to giving our sober living residents the best opportunity to succeed. We strive to make our staff role models for our residents.

Brice is the executive director for Mile High Sober Living and an active member of Denver’s sober community. He believes that life is about “things to do and people to do them with”. Brice regularly exercises and goes to the gym, he plays guitar, likes music, art, spirituality, constant self-improvement, and spending time with his son. In a previous life, he owned a live music bar and was surrounded by active alcoholism and addiction and now is surrounded by recovery. He is a realtor and the president of a 501c3 non-profit called Musicians Recovery Project which raises money for treatment for those with limited resources in early recovery.

Program/House Manager

Michael Hornbuckle

Program/House Manager

Michael Hornbuckle

Program/House Manager

Michael is the live-in house manager and an active member of Denver’s sober community and a prominent musician playing regularly with his band The Micheal Hornbuckle Band.

He is also a sober coach and president of The Bobby Hornbuckle Foundation which is a 501c3 Non-Profit who’s mission is to connect resources and education for addicts/alcoholics. creating community awareness by hosting events & providing information needed for help. Michael is a very positive influence for anybody and especially for those navigating the challenges of early sobriety.

Spiritual Director/House Manager

Rosalie Carillo

Spiritual Director/House Manager

Rosalie Carillo

Spiritual Director and a live in women’s house manager

Rosalie conducts weekly group mediation for all of the sober houses and works individually with the clients on their spirituality.

She specializes in providing energy healing sessions that incorporate Reiki and sound vibrational healing to balance mind, body, and spirit, to reduce stress, and remove trauma that facilitates optimal well-being, and personal growth during recovery.

Residential Director/House Manager

J. Scott Kiger

Residential Director/House Manager

J. Scott Kiger

Men’s Residential Director and a live in house manager.

Scott is a CCAR trained recovery coach and is very active in 12 service work in the Denver recovery community. He enjoys helping clients find their way in recovery as well as in other areas of life. Scott uses his practice of zazen meditation in his recovery and encourages others to find their own spiritual path.

He is a U.S. Navy veteran and served in Operation Desert Storm aboard the USS Forrestal CV/AVT-59.

Scott enjoys many kinds of outdoor activities such as snowboarding, camping, fishing and crabbing in his hometown in southern Maryland.

Director of Operations

Krista Stansbury

Director of Operations

Krista Stansbury

Director of Operations

I grew up right here in the mountains of Colorado. I attended Metropolitan State University and received a Bachelor of Biology and Chemistry with an emphasis on Micro and Molecular Biology as well as Organic Chemistry.

My own personal experience with addiction has given me an understanding of addiction and passion for being part of recovery community. It is a great joy to watch others recover and makes me proud to be part of the Mile High Sober Living family.

Recovery Engagement

Allison Harden MS

Recovery Engagement

Allison Harden, MS

Recovery Engagement

Allison has spent all of her recovery journey in the Denver metro area. She has been involved in many strength-based pathways throughout her journey, along with a daily foundation of the 12-step program of recovery. This foundation has taught her to build community, find peace, and to be of service to those still challenged by living sober.Through her organization Beyond Betty, she continues to support those in recovery through education and engagement with the 12-step program. In 2018, she completed her Connecticut Community of Addiction Recovery (CCAR) peer recovery coach training. She is married and has two children and spends lots of time walking Izzy, their little Shih Tzu Poodle. Allison loves yoga, working out, all types of music, golf, and camping every chance she gets.

Residential Director/House Manager

Jill Johanningmeier

Residential Director/House Manager

Jill Johanningmeier

Women’s Residential Director/House manager

Jill is a Denver native and a single mother to an amazing teenage daughter. Survivor of alcoholism and drug addiction by way of 12 step recovery, it is her passion to help others. She is active in the Denver recovery community, involved in twelve step recreation leagues, on the committee for hospitals and institutions for cocaine anonymous and a CCAR trained recovery coach. She is the residential director for the Mile High Sober Living women’s program and a live in house manager.

“I love being a part of someone’s recovery journey, seeing lives transform and helping others to thrive, not just survive, is such a beautiful thing!”

Mile High Sober Living Team Members

We’re a group of passionate people helping you find and maintain your recovery.

Executive Director

Brice Hancock

Executive Director

Brice Hancock

The Mile High Sober Living staff is passionate about the recovery process and committed to giving our sober living residents the best opportunity to succeed. We strive to make our staff role models for our residents.

Brice is the executive director for Mile High Sober Living and an active member of Denver’s sober community. He believes that life is about “things to do and people to do them with”. Brice regularly exercises and goes to the gym, he plays guitar, likes music, art, spirituality, constant self-improvement, and spending time with his son. In a previous life, he owned a live music bar and was surrounded by active alcoholism and addiction and now is surrounded by recovery. He is a realtor and the president of a 501c3 non-profit called Musicians Recovery Project which raises money for treatment for those with limited resources in early recovery.

Program/House Manager

Michael Hornbuckle

Program/House Manager

Michael Hornbuckle

Program/House Manager

Michael is the live-in house manager and an active member of Denver’s sober community and a prominent musician playing regularly with his band The Micheal Hornbuckle Band.

He is also a sober coach and president of The Bobby Hornbuckle Foundation which is a 501c3 Non-Profit who’s mission is to connect resources and education for addicts/alcoholics. creating community awareness by hosting events & providing information needed for help. Michael is a very positive influence for anybody and especially for those navigating the challenges of early sobriety.

Spiritual Director/House Manager

Rosalie Carillo

Spiritual Director/House Manager

Rosalie Carillo

Spiritual Director and a live in women’s house manager

Rosalie conducts weekly group mediation for all of the sober houses and works individually with the clients on their spirituality.

She specializes in providing energy healing sessions that incorporate Reiki and sound vibrational healing to balance mind, body, and spirit, to reduce stress, and remove trauma that facilitates optimal well-being, and personal growth during recovery.

Residential Director/House Manager

J. Scott Kiger

Residential Director/House Manager

J. Scott Kiger

Men’s Residential Director and a live in house manager.

Scott is a CCAR trained recovery coach and is very active in 12 service work in the Denver recovery community. He enjoys helping clients find their way in recovery as well as in other areas of life. Scott uses his practice of zazen meditation in his recovery and encourages others to find their own spiritual path.

He is a U.S. Navy veteran and served in Operation Desert Storm aboard the USS Forrestal CV/AVT-59.

Scott enjoys many kinds of outdoor activities such as snowboarding, camping, fishing and crabbing in his hometown in southern Maryland.

Recovery Engagement

Allison Harden MS

Recovery Engagement

Allison Harden, MS

Recovery Engagement

Allison has spent all of her recovery journey in the Denver metro area. She has been involved in many strength-based pathways throughout her journey, along with a daily foundation of the 12-step program of recovery. This foundation has taught her to build community, find peace, and to be of service to those still challenged by living sober.Through her organization Beyond Betty, she continues to support those in recovery through education and engagement with the 12-step program. In 2018, she completed her Connecticut Community of Addiction Recovery (CCAR) peer recovery coach training. She is married and has two children and spends lots of time walking Izzy, their little Shih Tzu Poodle. Allison loves yoga, working out, all types of music, golf, and camping every chance she gets.

Director of Operations

Krista Stansbury

Director of Operations

Krista Stansbury

Director of Operations

I grew up right here in the mountains of Colorado. I attended Metropolitan State University and received a Bachelor of Biology and Chemistry with an emphasis on Micro and Molecular Biology as well as Organic Chemistry.

My own personal experience with addiction has given me an understanding of addiction and passion for being part of recovery community. It is a great joy to watch others recover and makes me proud to be part of the Mile High Sober Living family.

Residential Director/House Manager

Jill Johanningmeier

Residential Director/House Manager

Jill Johanningmeier

Women’s Residential Director/House manager

Jill is a Denver native and a single mother to an amazing teenage daughter. Survivor of alcoholism and drug addiction by way of 12 step recovery, it is her passion to help others. She is active in the Denver recovery community, involved in twelve step recreation leagues, on the committee for hospitals and institutions for cocaine anonymous and a CCAR trained recovery coach. She is the residential director for the Mile High Sober Living women’s program and a live in house manager.

“I love being a part of someone’s recovery journey, seeing lives transform and helping others to thrive, not just survive, is such a beautiful thing!”