Structured Sober Living Homes

On July 1, 2019 the Arizona Department of Health Services took over the licensing and enforcement of sober living homes. For more information, please see this Sober Living Fact Sheet.

Before you apply with the state, please know: No Community Residence in a residential zone shall be located within 800 lineal feet of another Community Residence, whether in a residential or non-residential zone, and no Community Residence in a non-residential zone shall be located within 800 lineal feet of another Community Residence in a residential zone, as measured from the closest property corners, along the shortest legal pedestrian route.

Privilege (Sales) Tax for Structured Sober Living Homes

Structured Sober Living Homes that provide lodging, meals, or engage in any other taxable activity, may be subject to privilege (sales) tax. See this Recovery Centers Brochure for more information on taxability. If you are conducting taxable activity, you will be required to obtain a combined Arizona and Prescott transaction privilege tax license through the Arizona Department of Revenue.

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