Sabino Recovery, an upscale residential recovery center situated on 100 acres of desert landscape northeast of Tucson, is officially open and includes an on-site sleep clinic.

Sabino Recovery was founded to deliver a groundbreaking therapeutic model for healing and recovery based on the belief that trauma is the core issue that drives unhealthy and painful behaviors. Its 35-day residential program is designed to focus primarily on core trauma, such as grief and loss and attachment failure, using a range of clinical and integrative therapies, while also treating the presenting symptoms such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and addictions, relationship issues, mood changes, phobias, sleep issues, and other behavioral health issues.

“We founded Sabino Recovery because we knew there was a need for a better, more effective way to treat trauma–once trauma is addressed, resolution of other behavioral concerns, such as addiction, are easier and more successful,” says Jack O’Donnell, co-founder and CEO of Sabino Recovery, in a release. “We are incredibly proud of the complete experience we’ve created to help people toward lasting recovery.”

Sabino Recovery features an on-site state-of-the-art sleep clinic, allowing for sleep assessments and extensive lab testing in order to provide a complete picture of individual client needs. With sleep issues being a common factor in many conditions caused by trauma, the sleep clinic provides a key component of treatment that is lacking at other facilities.

“Everyone has the capacity for change, and with the proper support and treatment, suffering can be transformed into a tool for personal growth,” says Nancy Jarrell O’Donnell, president of clinical services and operations. “That is the goal of Sabino Recovery, and it’s at the heart of everything we do.”