Healing recovery for trauma and addiction.
Sabino Recovery is a 35 day, residential center for those suffering from the symptoms of alcohol abuse, drug addiction, depression, PTSD and other behavioral health issues. We know there are very real reasons driving these unhealthy behaviors and that they often revolve around forgotten or unresolved trauma. Our Sabino Model: Neuroscience Based Trauma Treatment™ works to address not only these behavioral symptoms, but also the core issues driving the behavior. Once we help resolve both, lasting recovery can happen.
Why choose Sabino Recovery?
Every component of our inpatient residential treatment program for adults over 18 is designed with intention; every employee hired specifically for their clinical and personal experience and empathetic approach; every treatment prescribed with a laser-focus on individual need. In fact, our program is so well thought-out, even the time of day a therapy or activity occurs is intentional.
Set on 100 majestic acres surrounded by the stunning beauty of the Sonoran Desert, our campus features panoramic and inspiring views, and miles of scenic hiking and horseback riding trails. We're located just minutes from Tucson, Arizona.
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Sexual Abuse and Trauma
"The program at Sabino Recovery works! I emerged from an accumulation of unrecognized emotions, issues of trust and unresolved grief and loss. Thirty-five days of effective integration of customized quality therapy reconnected my body and spirit and I am worth it! I had masked emotions and hurtful events for decades with alcohol. At Sabino Recovery I safely focused deep within to unleash harmful secrets and self-degradation. “Tools” of recovery were practiced, not just presented. Integrated therapies were tailored to my circumstances, thus were effective. This residential program is like no other. For me, Sabino Recovery delivered what was professed. I am forever grateful for this gift of healing."
- Former resident, Pamela
Take the first step to recovery and give us a call at 844-227-7014. However, if you or a loved one are currently in crisis or need immediate medical attention, please call 9-1-1 immediately.