Camelback Recovery

Transitional Housing
Phoenix, AZ
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4340 E Indian School Rd,
Phoenix, AZ - 85018

(602) 466-9880 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one cbeatty@camelbackrecovery.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Camelback Recovery

Camelback Recovery provides a variety of sober living homes in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Tucson Arizona areas. Each recovery home location maintains a professionally designed setting equipped with warm décor and amenities to make any guest feel comfortable without compromising privacy or personal space. With sober living for women & men, they make it a priority to provide both equal and abundant opportunities to recover for the entire community of recovering individuals. This is why each home is conveniently located in close proximity to numerous recovery centers, educational facilities, fitness clubs, fine dining, and more. They also offer other services such as recovery coaching and sober companion. Costs start at $2700/month for 3 months.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Camelback Recovery utilizes the 12-Step program to provide a community for spiritual, physical, and emotional healing.

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