Tucson Transitional Living offers a three phase program dedicated to the recovery of young adults ages 18 to 25. Located in Tucson near the University of Arizona and Pima Community College, Tucson Transitional Living retains a safe, comfortable home environment. Our supportive staff, in accordance with their newfound friends and the help from loved ones at home helps to bring about positive and impactful change to young adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
Our long-term rehabilitation program utilizes the 12-steps principles in order to incorporate a holistic approach to drug treatment and recovery for young adults. Our goal is to provide a solid foundation, teaching abstinence from harmful substances while building life skills such as effective communication and heightening self-awareness and self-worth to improve oneself as well as familial and interpersonal relationships.
At Tucson Transitional Living, we believe that rehabilitation is just the beginning of a life-long journey that starts with sobriety and ultimately becomes a life that is full of promise and free from substances.
Through the help of our supportive and experienced staff our program helps to have each resident understand the underlying issues of their addiction as well as the decisions that ultimately led them to our facility. Our approach to addiction helps each person that enters our door learn to truly understand their addiction through regular attendance at 12-step meetings, interaction with a sponsor, and communal living with peers of like-minded individuals in a treatment facility that offers a sober living community like no other.