In Balance Living is a transition program for young men who have successfully completed primary treatment and need or desire additional support in order to maintain their sobriety while learning how to take on the challenges of becoming a sober, happy and independent adult.
In Balance Transitional Living has two campuses. The young adult program, for young men who are taking 1 or 2 college classes, working, volunteering, going to high school or interning, is located in a residential neighborhood in central Tucson, Arizona. It is five minutes from the University of Arizona and Pima Community College. It is a unique, private complex containing a number of small homes that open into a central courtyard and can house up to twenty six residents. It simulates independent living while still being on the same grounds as the staff house and the sober peers. The campus has a koi pond, huge grill, large fire pit, meditation area, half basketball court and cool staff house. The young adult collegiate recovery campus is located down the street from the University of Arizona campus and down the road from Pima Community College. This campus is for young men who are taking 3 or more college classes. It is a large estate that has a main house equipped with a chef's kitchen, huge entertainment room, guest house for senior members of the community, large spacious rooms and a completely remodeled building that was built by renowned architect Josias Joesler. This campus gives more of a "fraternity feel", being all housed in one estate.
In Balance Living addresses the need for a "next step" for graduates of primary treatment programs who wish to apply their newly learned sobriety skills in real life, independent living but still want a safety net to help them through the difficult challenges.
Admissions Contact Name: Daniel Barrasso