The Sanctuary Sober Living facility in Scottsdale, Arizona is a one-of-a-kind transitional living community. The Sanctuary offers a unique environment for those…
The Sanctuary Sober Living facility in Scottsdale, Arizona is a one-of-a-kind transitional living community. The Sanctuary offers a unique environment for those who are trying to achieve sobriety. There are five residential treatment centers in the immediate area including the Sober Living complexes. All of the Sanctuary’s houses have been professionally remodeled to meet high standards of quality and clientele. Interdisciplinary professionals assist clients with the design of their new homes including floor plans and interiors. The designers focus on the integrated use of space, land, materials, lighting and colors to create a warm and inviting environment while maintaining a serenely familiar atmosphere.
The transitional living program is a two-year initiative founded by nationally acclaimed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. In the early years of the initiative, the community served those with an alcohol or drug addiction problem and focused on rebuilding their lives through the use of supportive, creative leadership. The Sanctuary has evolved into an innovative, successful residential treatment center that provides personalized, flexible living opportunities for individuals struggling with substance abuse. In addition to residential services, the community partners with local schools and other community agencies to offer over-the-block access to the Sanctuary Sober Living Complex.
The transition for participants in the Sanctuary Sober Living is filled with challenges and tests. However, through dedication and a focus on self-rehabilitation, many participants have realized the importance of making positive changes and have become true entrepreneurs ready for the next phase of their life. As one of only a few transitional living communities in the nation, The Sanctuary is committed to helping its residents become fully recovered and reconnected to themselves.