Let’s be honest. Who doesn’t want to visit Scottsdale, Arizona? I, for one, am always looking for a reason to return. And when I can combine business with pleasure, it’s a win-win all the way around.

We are on a mission of recovery. 10,000 Beds works with extraordinary addiction treatment partners that donate at least one scholarship every year to provide treatment to an individual who is seeking help but has no resources. And this mission is taking us to Scottsdale!

Scottsdale Recovery, an extraordinary treatment program, was founded by Chris Cohn. And Chris gets it.

In his words, I’m also a recovering addict and alcoholic. Having suffered through substance abuse addiction and coming out the other side as a changed person, I understand the effect it can have on a family.

And that’s just the beginning of a long list of reasons why we love Scottsdale Recovery.

The underlying foundation at Scottsdale Recovery is the belief that treatment – long-term treatment – is the key to long-term recovery. And building upon that foundation, Scottsdale Recovery offers an extensive menu of treatment options to meet the needs of a complex clientele. They aspire to combine services to create the most optimum recovery environment for their clients, including leading clinical services, health insurance acceptance, upscale residences, life-success services, ongoing client and alumni support, and more.

With multiple locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Scottsdale Recovery is affordable, accessible and effective. They are a comprehensive addiction treatment program with a life-building component that addresses the many elements within each individual that comprise their self worth. At Scottsdale Recovery, they are serious about success and serious about providing the tools needed to achieve it.

10,000 Beds founder & CEO Jean Krisle shares, 10,000 Beds envisions a world where individuals in recovery from a substance use disorder are not sidelined because of their past, but welcomed, embraced and included as valuable, lovable people with limitless futures.

Likewise, Scottsdale Recovery is focused, not just on long-term success in recovery, but in long-term success in life. And they understand the widespread affect to family, friends, and loved ones.

We cannot wait for our next road trip which will take us south to Scottsdale where the mission of recovery and the shared belief of long-term success as a reality for those in recovery will be celebrated. Thank you Chris Cohn, for your vision of recovery which we share.

Our hats are off to Scottsdale Recovery where long-term success becomes a reality for so many. We love our extraordinary partners!

Scottsdale Recovery can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. And, in case you missed it, they recently shared an article about 10,000 Beds!

Jean Krisle is a motivational keynote speaker, extraordinary fast-lane leader, and the CEO/Founder of 10,000 Beds, Inc. a 501c3 nonprofit organization. The mission of 10,000 Beds is to connect those seeking help for addiction to those who are willing to help by providing addiction treatment scholarships.

Jean connects with audiences to provide inspiration to leaders, clients, teams and organizations. She focuses on fast-lane leadership – a compilation of proven steps to taking the FastLane2Success and the reality of success often following failure. Her popular Keynote Presentation “Failing2Win: The Paradox of Success” instantly engages the audience with identifiable stories and experiences with a strong call to action as she challenges her audience participants to push themselves harder and higher.

Jean and her husband Hal have spent much of 2017 and 2018 #OnTheRoad4Recovery to elevate awareness around addiction, change perceptions of recovery, and inspire fast-lane leadership. You can reach Jean at jean@10000beds.org. You can support 10,000 Beds at 10000beds.org. #onebedonelife #failing2win #fastlaneleadership #fastlaneleaders #ethicsdoneright #fastlane2success