Scottsdale Recovery Center receives quite a bit of press from local media due to the deep expertise of our staff and our strong reputation in the community. We are known as the leader and expert in addiction and recovery addiction treatment in Arizona and we’re proud to be in that position! Be sure to visit this page often to see what new press items are added!

If you are a member of the press and would like to contact us for a story or comment, please use our Contact Us page and let us know how we can be of assistance.

Why Suicide Rates Are Rising in the U.S.

Get an understanding of what’s behind the increase in suicide rates with tips from Scottsdale Recovery Center Therapist Michelle Sproule on how to help someone who might be at risk. For other media interviews and information on addiction, mental health and recovery, check in to this channel often.

Depression and Summertime Puts Young Adults at Greater Risk

Michelle Sproule, Therapist for Scottsdale Recovery Center explains to ABCNews15 why suicide is on the increase across every age group and why teenagers are especially vulnerable. For more information about mental health issues, drug and alcohol addictions, refer to this channel for news and updates.

Chris Cohn, owner of Scottsdale Recovery Center, has tips for coping with a breakup and how to take care of your mental health.

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Scottsdale Recovery Center Opens New High-Intensity Residential Inpatient Treatment Center



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Radio Press

Chris Cohn, founder and owner of Scottsdale Recovery Center, was recently featured on Money Radio’s “Business Leader Spotlight”. He was interviewed by Mark Asher, who is a well-respected leader in the Arizona business community.

This candid interview with Chris not only highlights how he was able to establish one of the most successful addiction recovery centers in Arizona, but how he overcame his own addiction to become the success story he is today. Chris brings strength, hope and inspiration to the organization as well as a strong desire and passion to help people get and stay sober, a fact that comes across powerfully in this radio segment. You can listen to the whole interview by clicking the image below:


Magazine Press

The AZ Business Magazine March/April issue with David Larimer’s interview, “Can Therapy Make You A Better Business Leader?”


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Every addict has a story. This one started a recovery center and rewrote his…


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Scottsdale Recovery Center’s founder Chris Cohn featured in AZ Foothills Magazine in the Trendsetters Section:


Scottsdale Recovery Center’s founder Chris Cohn featured in Crain’s, an online curated daily newsletter built around people’s interests and business needs, empowering them with a competitive edge every morning.

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Newspaper Press

Scottsdale-based rehabilitation center projects $2.5M expansion

Scottsdale Recovery Center, a rehabilitation facility for adults dealing with drug or alcohol abuse, plans to expand within the next few months with the addition of three new facilities.

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Scottsdale Recovery Center’s owner, Chris Cohn, along with City of Scottsdale Mayor, Jim Lane, Ryan Checchi with Evolve PR, David Larimer, Program Director and Russell Ferrarra, CEO. The event was held at the Scottsdale Recovery Center campus and it was for National Recovery Month. We are honored to have the Mayor and the City of Scottsdale as vocal supporters of Scottsdale Recovery Center and of recovery in general.

KTAR News Article

Scottsdale Recovery Center’s program director David Larimer was recently featured in a KTAR News article on drug use in the workplace.

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Scottsdale Republic

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Read this great article featuring David Larimer, program clinical director at Scottsdale Recovery Center.


Television Press

Scottsdale Recovery Center was graciously given the title of Arizona’s Addiction & Treatment Experts by Fox News at 10. As an Addiction Treatment Center, we are constantly striving to create a positive impact on the community and sobriety as a whole, so it was a great honor to receive this title.. our Program Director, David Larimer, was also eager to accept his title of “Doctor” for the length of the interview! 😉

Fox News at 10

Fox 10 Opioid Special Session

ABC 15 Arizona

Arizona Daily Mix

Channel 15 Opioid Crisis

Combating PTSD


Scottsdale Recovery Center is thrilled to be a large part of the recovery community in Arizona and across the United States and is always looking for ways to promote sobriety and recovery.

Scottsdale Recovery Center hosted a fair for September National Recovery Month. The Mayor of Scottsdale, Jim Lane, spoke about being a supporter of SRC and of recovery in general.

Don’t Drug and Drive! Scottsdale Recovery Center’s PD David Larimer talks about the dangers of drugged driving.

Scottsdale Recovery Center is Arizona’s source for prevention, education and treatment in the fight against opioid/ opiate abuse and other substance abuse disorders. We appreciate all the news channels, city officials and the State of Arizona that utilize us to help educate the people on the current opiate epidemic we are facing.

Rudy Montijo, former client and advocate of Scottsdale Recovery Center, and SRC’s Program Director David Larimer being interviewed at Scottsdale Recovery Center regarding President Trumps declaration for a public health opiate/opioid emergency. Rudy is now a motivational speaker, yoga instructor and a very successful businessman in Scottsdale. We’d like to think we played a role in his success 🙂

Latest appearance on Fox 10 News where one of our clients was showcased discussing the opioid epidemic

We talk about getting into shape physically.. but what about your mental state? David Larimer from Scottsdale Recovery Center provides tips on how we can focus on our mental health in 2018.


Latest appearance on Fox 10 News where one of our clients was showcased discussing the opioid epidemic

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Heart Attack Risk with Drug and Alcohol Addiction