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Kyle@quadcitiessoberliving.com

Supporting The 12-Step Program of Recovery in a Structured, Safe, Clean and Accountable Atmosphere.

Sober Living Facility for Addiction Recovery

QCSL IS NOT a treatment center, does not offer any type of treatment or therapy, and does not work with any insurance companies whatsoever. Our private pay tenants recognize the need for community and personal accountability in early recovery and want a framework where they can thrive and grow.

QCSL’s live-in staff provides structure and accountability and encourages communication. Wake up times and curfews, frequent random drug and alcohol testing, daily check ins, and required recovery meeting attendance are monitored by our staff. Tenants go to school, work part time or full-time jobs, volunteer, and/or pursue outpatient treatment elsewhere.

Transitional Housing For Men

We’ve fully furnished our apartments to be comfortable and welcoming, offering options for shared or private bedrooms. We currently have a men’s transitional housing recovery facility property located in Davenport. New tenants only need to bring clothing and groceries. Everything else is provided including all utilities, washer/dryer, and cable/WIFI. Each apartment is supplied with everything from bath towels and laundry baskets to sheets and pillows, from coffee machines and kitchenware to cleaning supplies and paper towels. All drug and alcohol testing is included in the cost and NEVER billed to an insurance company.

Why Sober Living?

The journey to continuous, lifelong sobriety doesn’t stop when you get out of rehab. Taking that first step, recognizing that you need help, shows your willingness to lead a healthier life.

Typically, though, people from rehab facilities may have a hard time adjusting back to their daily lives. When you get back out, you may end up returning to a harmful living environment. There might be triggers, stressors, and temptations that may jeopardize your ability to stay sober or contribute to a relapse.

Fortunately, sober living homes are built in the Quad Cities with the main purpose of easing you back into normal life. Upscale sober living homes do not have the same level of structure or restrictiveness as inpatient rehabilitation facilities. They provide a safe environment that encourages the development of healthy coping skills and habits while providing more accountability than you would on your own. By staying at a sober home, you are improving your chances of staying sober and living a healthier life.

Kyle West

Meet Our Director Kyle West

Originally from Iowa, I started my journey to sobriety when I was 19 years old and in college at the University of Northern Iowa. For the next 6 years, I found myself in and out of jails and institutions. I began my recovery on April 5th, 2015 at a treatment center in Rockford, IL, which lead me to a long term treatment center in New Haven, CT. From there I moved to Seattle Sober Living’s West Seattle facility to be closer to my brother. I started working for Seattle Sober Living in January of 2017.


In October of 2017, I was given the opportunity to open and manage their Kirkland, Washington facility and I was the full-time manager of it from then until September 2019. I enjoy working with men in recovery and sober living facilities as it has brought many new challenges and rewards along with it. I am committed to giving back that which has been given to me from the wonderful men and women in the recovery communities I have been part of. Currently, I am in school at the University of Iowa pursuing a degree in entrepreneurial management, as I continue to work on improving my skills in the field of Alcohol and Drug Counseling.


I started Quad Cities Sober Living because I got sober through structured sober living and I enjoy seeing others find success doing the same. I have always found happiness in helping others, and the field of Alcohol and Drug Abuse is a platform that I empathize with and excel in.

At this time we only have a men’s house available. If you or someone you know is in need of this type of supportive community, please get in touch today.  

In the future we plan on opening a women’s house as well.  So stay up to date please fill out this Contact Form

Everyone’s story is different and we want to listen to yours.