Is it possible to be sober and still have fun? Yes, we insist on it. We create activities for our Carla Vista Extended Care residents to enjoy each other’s company, have fun, and build a strong family unit.Read More
$1,850.00 /month (Food and personal hygiene is resident's responsibility to purchase separately)Read More
Carla Vista Sober Living partners with treatment centers across the country to provide the very best in Extended Care to our residents and their families. Unlike traditional sober homes, Extended Care residents do not work a job, which allows them to focus fully on their recovery. Those who have the opportunity to transition from a treatment center to one of our Extended Care homes, benefits from an intense and accountable program that will help them get and stay on the right track to recovery. Once residents have completed 8 weeks in Extended Care, they are eligible to transition to one of our traditional sober living homes where the strong network of support continues. Our Extended Care houses include daytime and evening paid staff with overnight supervision, the highest level of a structured environment, and a weekly schedule from 6AM-10PM. Our residents are also provided guidance with life skills, back to basics and job placement. The key to success is in a highly structured program with support from people that understand. You can do it. Your life is waiting.
Fully furnished living and dining rooms
Fully furnished bedrooms
Bedroom linens and bathroom towels
Cable television and Blu-Ray player
Wi-fi internet access
Outdoor patio Storage and parking Free
Transportation to Meetings and IOP weekly
- Resident must be at least 18 years-old
- Pass move-in background screening
- Pass Breathalyzer and drug testing upon entry
- Daily house chores required
- Attend IOP meetings weekly
- Attend Back to Basics
- Sponsor in a 12-step program
- Daily 12-step meeting attendance
- Service commitment within 12-step home group
- Random and scheduled Breathalyzer and drug testing
Arizona’s #1 Rated Male Extended Care
Carla Vista’s Gilbert, AZ male extended care program allows men recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction to reside in a safe and secure environment after leaving addiction treatment. Many addicts are often apprehensive and nervous about leaving their addiction treatment center because it can be difficult to know where to turn. Sober living homes allow those in recovery to focus on their sobriety, while gaining the knowledge and tools necessary to stay sober. Our Arizona male extended care is the intermediate step post recovery center and before living in a traditional sober living home. In extended care, our residents are not asked to work or volunteer, but simply reside in a structured environment, including attending meetings, chores and Back to Basics training.
Why Gilbert, AZ?
Gilbert, Arizona is a beautiful town located just southeast of Phoenix, making it the ideal place to move forward in the addiction recovery process. The area is full of a youthful population and welcoming communities, which is why we decided it was the right fit for our Arizona male extended care program.
Gilbert is known for its clean suburbs and low crime rate, recently recognized as one of the top 25 safest towns in the United States. WIth thousands of acres of farmland, agriculture drives Gilbert’s booming economy. Gilbert continues to grow at an high rate, increasing in population and diversity every year. Another reason that our Arizona male extended care residents find such success in Gilbert is how much there is to do throughout the town. Hiking, biking and golfing are just a few of the outdoor activities found here, not to mention the year round warm weather. Because Gilbert is located nearby neighboring Phoenix, there are endless job and educational opportunities for when our residents are ready to take those steps.
With drug and alcohol addiction sweeping the Phoenix metropolitan area more than ever before, Gilbert allows the residents in our Arizona male extended care program to seek a safe and secure environment on their road to recovery.