Las Vegas is known for the casinos, nightlife, and adventure. However, the area is known as Sin City for a reason. What does one do when they are in recovery and still want to enjoy Las Vegas? Fortunately, we have an excellent community of folks who have fun while staying sober.
The Phoenix started in 2006 and has become a nationwide resource for those committed to their recovery. Founded by Scott Strode, the focus has been on helping people in recovery find healthy and safe things to do with a like-minded community. Since the start, they have helped over 100,000 people across 36 states.
Let Our Experts Be Your Guide
Las Vegas may be known as a party town but there is plenty to see and do while staying sober. If you need assistance with finding sober activities or are in need of substance abuse treatment, we are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our programs.
Many people assume that once they are clean and sober, things won’t be as “fun” or “lively”. This is the addiction talking! Many people visit The Phoenix and discover that they do have fun without the need for substances. In Las Vegas, people who need excitement and an adrenaline rush will certainly find it with these activities:
- rock and ice climbing
- mountain biking
We highly encourage everyone to enjoy nature as much as possible. Being outside in the fresh air and sunlight is helpful to alleviate moodiness and stress. The Phoenix will offer you:
Enjoy Exercising The Body
Exercise is another thing we always recommend to our clients for a healthy recovery. By moving your body, you are healing it and practicing mindfulness. The Phoenix features these exercise activities:
Social Events Are Plentiful
There is plenty of bonding opportunities through outdoor and indoor activities. However, not everyone is ready to jump into a camping excursion with strangers. To dip your toes into the Phoenix community, there are social events each month to meet new people and start making connections. They also offer things like art classes and book clubs if you want to expand your mind in that manner. Many folks who suffer from PTSD will use these opportunities to begin their involvement without overwhelming themselves.