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Thank you for requesting information about our unique program, geared to assisting the male alcoholic and drug addict as they seek to change their lives without drugs or alcohol.                   

Welcome to the Tucson Alcoholic Recovery Home.  Our halfway house offers you the chance to find a clean and sober lifestyle.  You will have to seek changes in order to become a responsible citizen in the community. 


Tucson Alcoholic Recovery Home (TARH) has been assisting drug and alcohol addicted men since 1961.  Our focus is to return responsibility to the addict and alcoholic, we have guided thousands of men in recovery since 1961. Our philosophy is simple: if you need support to stop drinking and drugging, then TARH will provide a sober living environment. 

How TARH works:

Each individual must first be detoxed before entering the house.  Usually, but not always a referral is made by an agency or hospital in the Tucson area.  Once in the house, new residents are given an orientation of house rules and expectations along with a guided tour of the house.  We ask residents to make a full commitment and to take advantage of all available resources such as a twelve step recovery program like AA or NA.  Residents are required to seek employment to be able to fulfill their donation contributions.  One of our requirements is that our residents do not receive food stamps or government assistance.  Our facility has 20 semi-private dormitory style rooms.  There is no limit on the length of time a resident may reside in our home.  Our fees are a donation of $110.00 a week or $425.00 a month. This includes three meals a day and bag lunches for the working man.

Tucson Alcoholic Recovery Home does ask that every resident adhere to the following statement:

I would like to be a part of the TARH community and have the opportunity to work toward the goal of successful independent living.

Consequently, as a condition of my residency at TARH, I agree to fulfill all of my responsibilities and duties asked of me.  Failure to do so will result in immediate eviction.

Thank you,

Thomas Hine,

Executive Director