HEALTH

Scottsdale Recovery Center opens sober living community

Posted 7/25/22

The Scottsdale Recovery Center has opened a certified sober living community.

Located near Hayden Road on Shea Boulevard it is minutes away from the SRC outpatient addiction treatment clinic, …

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HEALTH

Scottsdale Recovery Center opens sober living community

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The Scottsdale Recovery Center has opened a certified sober living community.

Located near Hayden Road on Shea Boulevard it is minutes away from the SRC outpatient addiction treatment clinic, according to a release.

The Starfire Center of Sobriety is certified with the Arizona Recovery Housing Association and is in the process of licensure with the Arizona Department of Health Services, the release stated.

Amenities  include private rooms upon request,  pool and barbecue, fireplace, smart TVs with streaming capability and Wi-Fi in each room.

"Daily living skills are learned and used each day with meal planning, environment cleanliness and adherence to daily schedules, recovery meetings and alumni induction as well as promoting a clean and sober community through verification of abstinence," SRC officials said.

Added SRC CEO Lee Yaiva: "Our expansion has been fully intentional and will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our ever-growing population. We intentionally contribute to the calm, and not the calamity.

"This allows us to meet the individual where they are and reinforce the organizational mission of SRC to reconnect, rebuild and recover."