The TreeHouse 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.
Sending your child off to college is a thrilling and nerve-racking experience for any parent. If you have lived through addiction, it can be down right terrifying.
TreeHouse offers a bridge. At TreeHouse young men and women learn to find their footing in recovery and as students. We specialize in Collegiate Recovery. That means we help students make the transition out of treatment by helping them navigate the unique challenges of early recovery AND college.
TreeHouse is a place to get back into academics and learning, without having to be immersed in the potentially triggering atmosphere of the dorms.
It is sometimes hard to imagine a life in college without drugs or alcohol. It is a time of partying and letting loose for a lot of students, and for people in recovery this isn’t something on their agenda. TreeHouse is a safe environment that supports learning and academics while also being a fun and exciting place to be.
At TreeHouse, students have the opportunity to deepen their recovery in a peer supported setting.
Having initially experienced sobriety in treatment, learning to live and thrive in recovery takes support and community.
The TreeHouse Learning Community provides room for students to discover their path in recovery while offering the guidance and coaching that lead to success.
The TreeHouse Learning Community is NOT treatment or extended care. We are first and foremost a learning institution.
Having the support of a community of peers in recovery is essential to sustaining sobriety.
Prescott, AZ has an unusually high number of young people in recovery.
Tempe, AZ is home to Arizona State University, the largest university in the country.
TreeHouse Learning Community, Tempe, is the center of collegiate recovery for ASU students.
Returning to school early in recovery requires special consideration.
TreeHouse is different than other sober living communities because we understand the circumstances that challenge young, recovering men and women entering or re-entering the college environment.
With the right assistance students do not have to choose between their education and their recovery.
A learning community is a group of people who share common values and beliefs and are actively engaged in learning from each other.
These communities have become a model for a cohort-based approach to higher education.
With access to state universities, community colleges and 4 year private colleges TreeHouse students are able to craft the educational path that is right for them.
TreeHouse Learning Community’s Tempe location is the ideal destination for students seeking recovery housing and support.
TreeHouse is a unique program. Helping students identify and experience their passions is central to our mission.
For many of the students we work with, the experience of addiction has closed doors on dreams and opportunities they once had.
At TreeHouse, we want to reopen those doors and discover new ones. Life in recovery is not only fulfilling it is exciting and dynamic. Our students are not destined to lives that are limited, small or boring.
The TreeHouse program is about living fully.
At the TreeHouse Learning Community, we’ve found that actions taken in the first few days, weeks and months of transition directly impact eventual success or failure.
Whether locally within the beautiful state of Arizona, or to far away destinations oversees, we love adventures.
Travel gives our students a chance to see other people and other cultures.