The Camelback recovery and sober living program consists of 3 pillars for success: Accountability, Structure, and Support. We strongly believe in the importance of each pillar in successful recovery, and believe that our system can work for any client who wants to recover, and is willing to go to any lengths to get it. When a client is open and willing to take direction and follow suggestions, they can achieve long-term lifestyle changes that lead to stability and happiness in recovery.
Before moving into Camelback’s sober living homes, each client receives a set of simple community guidelines that encourage development of responsible behaviors and promote healthy, harmonious living. Coming from active addiction, many of our clients are practicing dysfunctional behaviors that aren’t manageable or healthy. Living under our guidelines helps clients practice self-reflection and personal development that reduce friction and distractions that can be harmful to their chances for recovery. Our sober living staff holds clients accountable for following our guidelines, as well as modeling a healthy and appropriate way to follow them.
When first coming to our sober living homes, many clients report feeling ungrounded and confused about the direction of their lives. In Camelback’s transitional housing, clients start to feel more stable due to daily structure that encourages the development of healthy habits, and takes some of the guesswork and struggle out of daily living. Camelback’s aim is to reduce as much stress as possible and provide clients with the ability to focus on their recovery and heal. While living in our sober living homes, clients learn to balance active responsibilities such as outpatient treatment, doctor appointments, and family visits, all within the structure of a harmonious community.
We strive to provide personalized support that is designed to help each client through all aspects of the recovery continuum. Our wide array of recovery support services are tailored to each client’s unique recovery goals and are aimed at building healthy behaviors and habits that foster long-term sobriety.