Q: What does SAL provide in the substance free apartments in Scottsdale and Wheat Ridge?

A: We provide all furnishings, dishes, and utensils, bedding, bath towels, and shared paper products. Residents move into our completely furnished apartments in Scottsdale and Wheat Ridge, 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 and Wheat Ridge 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. Scottsdale, AZ location: The monthly fee depends on 1-, 2-, or 3-bedroom units, but ranges from $710-$880/mo (fully furnished units, plus includes utilities and WiFi). The security deposit is $300. 

Wheat Ridge CO location: the monthly fee varies from $800-900/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.)