Sober Apartment Living opens complex in Scottsdale

Sober Living Apartment opened a new complex in Scottsdale. (Submitted photo)

To help individuals maintain a healthy, sober lifestyle after completing addiction recovery treatment, Sober Apartment Living Company has opened a nonprofit apartment community in Scottsdale.

The community, 6825 E. Fourth St., opened in November 2018 and serves as an intensely supportive living space for those who have successfully finished a rehabilitation program, according to a press release.

“Being surrounded by others who have the same goals of sobriety greatly improves each individual’s chance of achieving long-term recovery,” Craig Zoellner, chairman and treasurer of the SAL board, said in a prepared statement.

“SAL looks and feels like the ‘real world’ to help smooth the transition back into normal life.”

SAL helps reduce the risk of relapsing by providing a safe space and supportive environment for those who are seeking community and social interaction with others in similar situations. The community does not provide any addiction rehabilitation treatment or clinical services, a release states.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, residents live in fully furnished units with significantly lower rent rates than standard apartment communities.

The community features high quality units and extensive community amenities. Residents have a curfew, and all pitch in to help maintain and clean the complex. Alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited.

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