The Sanctuary at Sedona takes a non-12-Step approach to drug and alcohol addiction, offering a holistic 4-step recovery program that encompasses healing of the body, mind, soul and spirit. Combining innovative techniques in new science (such as epigenetics and neuroplasticity) with disciplines like Chinese medicine, yoga, shamanic healing, psychology, psychiatry and more, the residential rehab provides clients with a variety of methods for overcoming addiction. The Sanctuary at Sedona shies away from presenting a fear-based model of recovery, and instead sets out to empower each client to be the architect of his or her own life.
ABOUT THE SANCTUARY AT SEDONA
Residential facility The Sanctuary at Sedona offers treatment for adult men and women dealing with addiction andlike depression, anxiety, and PTSD in Arizona.
Medical detoxification isn’t offered on-site though the facility will direct individuals to local detoxification centers.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment at The Sanctuary at Sedona is non-12-step based and is directed toward those who have experienced repeated relapses.
Treatment is holistic in nature with spiritual counseling, energy psychology, and energy medicine therapies. Holistic treatment options include yoga, exercise, meditation, breathwork, and expression therapy.
Clients will undergo emotional and behavioral counseling along with education about the science of addiction recovery. They will participate in individual, group, and/or family therapy. Medication management is also available.
Clients will also learn about healthy eating with a organic superfood program, nutritional counseling, and a brain supplemental protocol.
The Sanctuary at Sedona employs a psychiatrist, licensed counselors, a registered nurse, yoga teachers, licensed massage therapists, an addiction nutritionist, and a chef.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The Sanctuary at Sedona only admits six to nine clients at one time. The center is settled within a national forest where clients will have access to WiFi and sleep in private or double bedrooms.
Common rooms are available for reading and watching movies. The campus also includes a fire ceremony pit, meditation room, greenhouse, and outdoor seating.
A chef prepares meals for clients daily.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Two alumni gave positive feedback concerning treatment at Sanctuary at Sedona to Best-rehabs.com at this time of writing. Alum Eric gave perfect five-star ratings for the center’s treatment effectiveness, accommodations, and quality of meals.
“The staff at The Sanctuary are amazing and the fact that at most there are 10 guests tells you that you get one on one help,” he wrote.
“The quality of care and experience of all members of the Sanctuary Team is beyond exceptional,” added Caroline. “The setting of The Sanctuary is so beautiful and everyone there made me feel so comfortable and welcome.”
Two of three individuals gave the center five out of five stars on Yelp. Reviewer J.C. commented: “An amazing place with an incredible energy and incredible people where true transformation occurs.” However, one alum gave the facility only two stars and wrote: “The staff that are listed on the website are not all present and I question if they are really available at all… Be careful.” 
On Google, three alumni gave the Sanctuary at Sedona perfect five-star ratings. 
The Sanctuary at Sedona does not accept Medicare or Medicare but accepts self-pay options.