The Perfect Time to Recover
A message from the Sanctuary at Sedona founder Dean Taraborelli. Why going to rehab during this Coronavirus crisis is the perfect time to work on yourself and recover from addiction and trauma. The Sanctuary is isolated in a remote location on 22 acres surrounded by National Forest. Safe and Clean. Safe group size, only 10 clients at a time. Organic immune support diet and supplements to upgrade your immune system.
Ask about our Financial Crisis Discount.
For more information call: (877) 710-3385

Located Outside Sedona, ArizonaThe Sanctuary is a 30-Day, Residential, Alternative, Holistic Non 12 Step Recovery Center

The Sanctuary at Sedona is a holistic, residential, non-12 step addiction recovery and trauma healing center, specializing in addictions of all types, depression, anxiety and PTSD. We are pioneers in the field of addiction recovery, being the first treatment center for over a decade to use a holistic integrative approach. Integrative Treatment is more than just incorporating mindfulness practices, such as meditation and yoga, into a traditional treatment curriculum. A true integrative healing model has all therapies working together in a synergistic system, focusing on healing the body, repairing the brain and recovering the soul.
  • Science-Based Recovery Program
  • Integrative, Holistic Approach
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • 160 Clinical Hours per 30 Days
  • Trauma-Focused
  • Resolving Root Causes
  • Small, Private, Intimate
  • Most Effective Continuing Care 
  • 22 Acre Campus, Designed for Recovery
  • Private Luxury Accommodations
  • The Best Organic Gourmet Food Available
  • Expert Practitioners in Energy Medicine
  • Brain Upgrade Protocols
  • Custom Nutraceutical Protocol
  • Immune System Restoration
Our 30-day, residential drug and trauma rehab program combines leading-edge science from western medicine with ancient wisdom and healing modalities in a way that delivers measurable results. Our holistic program treats the whole person – mind, body, soul and spirit by addressing the root causes and trauma behind the addiction, rather than following a disease model of symptom management.