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 sober recovery apartment home 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 men’s beds are all 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: Which medications are allowed?

A: Doctor’s prescriptions and as-needed over-the-counter medications (aspirin, allergy medication, etc.) are allowed.

Q: Is there a curfew?

A: Yes, each resident must return to the apartment by 10 p.m. (Sunday through Thursday) and by midnight (Friday and Saturday). Suite mates have the responsibility to report fellow suite mates who arrive after curfew. In addition, residents may not leave before 6:00 a.m. without a work slip permit.

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.

Q: Are the apartment units gender-specific?

A. Yes, residences at our Scottsdale sober recovery home 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 $575-$750/mo (fully furnished units, plus includes utilities and WiFi). The security deposit is $300.