Sober Living Arizona

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Our mission at SpringBoard is to be more than just another sober living house in Arizona. Rather than simply maintain a baseline state of physical sobriety, our guests are encouraged and guided through the thoughtful integration of 12 step recovery with a variety of life skill and personal development workshops. We challenge our guests to tap into their own potential and discover the person they had once lost to their addiction.

We realize that individual needs will vary depending on the progress and ability of each guest. We strive to meet you where you are and work together to assist you in setting and reaching your personal goals. All guests are expected to be engaged in outpatient professional therapy while practicing a 12 step program and participating in SpringBoard events and workshops.

The guest’s journey at SpringBoard Recovery will be one of setting goals, personal growth, and beginning to live a rich and fulfilling existence.

Experience Sober Living in Scottsdale

We believe in creating an environment of success for our guests. We are committed to provide the framework and structure to facilitate this goal.

Many people in the early stages of recovery struggle to keep commitments and follow through on the actions needed for recovery. SpringBoard provides the needed context and support through scheduled programming, accountability, mentorship, coaching, self discovery, and house rules to empower our guests to thrive in their journey of recovery.

  • Morning meditation
  • Daily responsibilities
  • Personal Goal Setting
  • Daily 12 Step Meetings
  • Professional House Manager
  • Individual & group accountability
  • School, work or volunteering
  • Weekly progress meeting
  • Random drug screening
  • Nightly review of the day


SpringBoard believes that a home is a sanctuary and provides our guests a well appointed and luxurious setting.

Interior design and decor is centered on both comfort as well as instilling a sense of peace and calm. From luxury linens and towels to the state of the art entertainment, we leave no detail unaddressed.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Yoga Studio
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Coffee Service
  • Deluxe Outdoor Grill
  • Extensive Programming
  • Professional House Manager
  • Spacious, Upscale Residence

Additional Services

In addition to intensive 12 step involvement and our workshops and programming, we encourage all guests to participate in professional therapy and counseling appropriate to their individual needs. We offer a network of accredited and licensed professionals from various fields to help meet your individual needs.

  • Therapeutic referrals based on need
  • Intensive outpatient programs
  • Individual therapy
  • Naturopathic counseling
  • Addiction health care professionals
  • Life coaching & mentorship

The first thing that caught my attention upon entering the house was the degree of cleanliness in every room.

– Robert D.

Support for Recovering Drug and Alcohol Addicts After they Leave Rehab

It is no secret that drug and alcohol addiction are a problem in the state of Arizona. In fact, Arizona ranks higher than the national average when it comes to drug and alcohol addictions. There are more people who die of drug and alcohol related deaths than car accidents in the state.

With the increasing rate of drug and alcohol abuse in the state it is important to have quality drug treatment facilities to help individuals suffering from substance abuse. A person who is suffering from substance addiction needs to have a safe place to go in order to recover from their health issues. SpringBoard Recovery is a drug and alcohol rehab facility located in Scottsdale, Arizona. We offer treatment services for anyone who is suffering from addiction.

Steps for Recovery

The first step in recovering from a drug and alcohol addiction is admitting that there is a problem. This may be through an intervention that is set up by the friends and family member of a person who is addicted to drugs and alcohol. During an intervention a person may finally admit that they have a problem and be more willing to receive the help that they need.

A person may realize that they have an addiction problem on their own. When they can admit that they have a problem, they can then seek the help that they need from a recovery center such as SpringBoard Recovery.

When a person is ready for help, the first step is often detox. This should be completed in a medical detox facility as this is the safest way to go through the detox process. A professionally trained medical staff will help a person through the detox process and supervise any side effects the person may have.

Once detox is completed, our staff at SpringBoard Recovery will then use a holistic approach to treating the individual. This approach takes into account the mind, body, and soul. In addition, our staff will also seek to find any underlying issues that may have caused a person to turn to drugs and alcohol for help.

At SpringBoard Recovery we believe a personalized approach to recovery is important as each individual is different and what may work for one person might not work for another. This is why an individualized plan will be created to help each patient that comes through the door.

The 12 step program is utilized at our treatment facility as it is a system that has been proven to work. A combination of cognitive and behavioral therapy, group therapy, and treatment of any underlying issues, is used to create the best course of action for a person trying to overcome their addiction.

What Happens After Treatment?

Perhaps one of the most important steps of recovery is what happens after treatment is completed. At SpringBoard Recovery we strive to provide our patients with the tools that they need to re-enter the real world and remain sober for the long term.

However, for some people, going back to their previous life could be detrimental to their sobriety or may simply not be possible depending on their circumstances. It is for this reason that sober living homes have been developed throughout the state of Arizona.

There are many sober living homes located throughout Arizona and these homes are located in a wide array of settings. There are sober homes located in metropolitan areas such as Phoenix or in cities such as Prescott that offer gorgeous landscapes.

Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona and is known for the bright sunshine and blue skies. The temps in the city remain comfortably in the 70s during the winter months. Prescott offers a location that is 5200 feet above sea level and is surrounded by pine forests. No matter what type of scenery that you need, SpringBoard Recovery can help you find a sober living environment that is right for you.

Sober Living Housing Works

At SpringBoard Recovery we have found that sober living housing after leaving rehab is often the best choice for a recovering addict. Our recovery housing in Scottsdale provides a quality environment for adults who were chemically dependent. A home that is in a drug and alcohol free environment can help recovering addicts return to living more responsibly.

After completing a treatment program at SpringBoard Recovery, recovering drug or alcohol addicts that return to live in an unsafe or unsupportive environment put their sobriety at risk. This can make recovery quite difficult or possibly not attainable. The value of recovering addicts supporting each other is recognized as having some of the highest benefits when it comes to achieving and maintaining their long term sobriety.

At SpringBoard Recovery we truly believe that once a person is a patient at our recovery center, they are always a patient. The goal of our rehab center is to help everyone who enters our doors go on to lead a happier and healthier life. One of the ways to ensure that rehab is successful is to make sure a person has a sober living environment to go home to once they leave our facility.


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