The TreeHouse Learning Community
Prescott, Arizona

March Newsletter

The TreeHouse Learning Community is a small, co-educational residence and study support program for college students, ages 18-30, who are committed to a path of recovery, self-discovery and higher education.

The primary purpose of the TreeHouse is to help our students stay connected to their own recovery and their sober peers while successfully entering or returning to college life.  The TreeHouse’s defining feature is its commitment to assisting sober students in identifying their passion and talents and using that passion to guide and energize their studies and direct them onto their path ahead.

Our students attend courses at one of the colleges or universities located within a 5 miles radius of TreeHouse.  Local higher education institutions are Prescott College, Yavapai College, Northern Arizona University—Prescott  Campus, Old Dominion University and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.

Mission Statement:
“Our mission at the TreeHouse is to create and sustain a safe, supportive, lively community where students develop a passion for recovery, ongoing self discovery, education, personal challenge and contribution to the lives of others.”


Costa Rica 2013 Trip Flyer

Costa Rica, 2013!

Join us for twelve days of sober adventure-travel, river rafting, zip-lining, hiking in the rainforests of Costa Rica.

Start the year with an open soul and a lush life!

Make new friends. Learn to travel abroad.

For information, call or email Alex Anderson at:

And click here to read the FAQ.