The Discovery Model

  1. A treatment team including addiction experts, therapists, 24-hour  staff.
  2. Setting,grounds and staff are all aligned so every individual can work on themselves.
  3. Up to 15 different types of innovative holistic methods – (customized to meet your individual needs, taking into consideration the specific aspects of your addiction)
  4. Unparalleled luxury and top of the line facilities and amenities – (desert paradise, equine therapy, full gym with personal trainers,  peaceful and serene detox unit , swimming pool, and more)
  5. Access to our elite alumni community – (lifelong ties to a positive and sober support system)

                                                          Where Addiction Ends

 

                                                        The Sanctuary Triangle

Sanctuary aftercare vision is built on three simple foundational principles –

• Productivity
• Accountability
• Community
When a typical patient in recovery leaves treatment they are in most cases severely challenged with two profoundly practical impediments to leading a successful sober lifestyle.
1) Finding and holding on to a decent job. In many cases even those who were working prior to going to treatment have burned those bridges and cannot go back to their former place of employment, and for those who haven’t had stable employment before it unfortunately doesn’t get much easier afterward. Your standard employer is extremely reluctant to hire high risk employees, and by that I mean employees who have a background of instability and chemical dependency. The result of which leaves the recovering addict with very narrow prospects of finding a decent job in an already competitive workforce. This unfortunate reality leaves the recovering addict in a financially strained situation, coupled with an overall feeling of helplessness and despair. Add to the equation –  a lack of productivity (never good for self esteem) with an over abundance of idle time and you have fertile ground for a very immanent relapse.
2) Finding a safe and affordable form of housing. More often than not recovering addicts do not have great credit, nor do they have co-signers lined up to sign an apartment or studio lease with so many of their family and friends having been burned in the past. Staying in a sober living for on a long term basis is also not a viable option in most cases once their clinical care comes to an end and the well of funding dries up. The inevitable and unfortunate result is that they are very close to being homeless, with all of the unhealthiness and vulnerability that this prospect brings. Many will start couch surfing and staying by friends. Besides for the lack of stability and a safe and sober environment this makes them reliant and codependent and susceptible to falling into the wrong crowd again.
Enters the Sanctuary Triangle –
 
Our vision is to provide sober apartments – a safe and sober long-term housing solution coupled with a decent job ensuring stability and productivity. The first step is to introduce recovering addicts to different job opportunities as they are winding down their outpatient treatment. Once they are have clarity on a specific direction and job description we will then make the introduction to prospective employers and corporations with our pitch to them that we will provide housing and drug testing as well as mandatory meetings and consistent interactions with their sponsor thus creating a platform of accountability. This would then fundamentally mitigate the risk of undetected continued drug use resulting in poor job performance. Their employers would pay their rent directly from their salaries helping with their money management skills as well as guaranteeing they have a safe and sober place to live in.
The combination of this triangle would effectively solve the housing and job challenges, as well as provide a community of like-minded people intent on living a meaningful sober lifestyle.


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