FAQs

Q: What does SAL provide in the substance free apartment in Scottsdale?

A: We provide all furnishings, dishes, and utensils, bedding, bath towels, and shared paper products. Residents move into a completely furnished apartment in Scottsdale, outfitted with shared cleaning supplies, Wi-Fi Internet, and TV (with streaming options). Utilities are included.

Q: Will I have my own bedroom?

A: You will share a bedroom with a roommate. Because we know how important a good night’s sleep is, SAL has recently upgraded the mattresses, and beds are extra-long twins.

Q: Is there a schedule of events/meetings during the day/evening?

A: Social events are scheduled regularly and there is a weekly resident meeting.

Q: What is your visitor policy?

A: Visitors are allowed, but they cannot spend the night.

Q: Is there a minimum residency term?

A: Yes, SAL’s lease term will initially be for thirty (30) days, and renewed automatically after the first thirty days on a month-to-month basis. We strongly encourage residents to embrace SAL for a longer-term stay.

Q: Are pets allowed?

A. Because pet ownership can distract from recovery and complicate any living situation, we do not allow our residents to keep pets with them during their stay. 

Q: Are the apartment units gender-specific?

A. Yes, residences at our Scottsdale sober apartments include all-male and all-female shared apartments. However, our apartment complex is co-ed.

Q: What does it cost to live at SAL?

A. The monthly fee depends on 1-, 2-, or 3-bedroom units, but ranges from $625-$790/mo (fully furnished units, plus includes utilities and WiFi). The security deposit is $300. 

Q: What if I have a felony drug possession or DUI?

A. Here at Sober Apartment Living, we run a background check as a part of our application process to ensure the safety and quality of life for all residents. Being a “sober” living environment, SAL anticipates that applicants may have felony charges related to drug possession or DUI, and we certainly work with all such applicants.

(Again, for safety and quality-of-life reasons, any drug trafficking, terrorist activity, felony assault, and sexual misconduct will disqualify an applicant.)