Casa Milagra Sober Living

***State Licensed and AZRHA Certified***
A safe, sober, supportive living environment in the heart of the Phoenix recovery community. Thank you,

Near 7th Street and Bethany Home. 35 beds, only 2 per bedroom. Rockin’ recovery since 2006! Transitional living for alcoholics and addicts seeking a safe, supportive and sober living environment to actively pursue recovery. For more information please call Kevin at (480) 246–5318.

Operating as usual


CA and Casa Halloweening!
Costume contest C.A.S.H.


Ain’t no party like a Casa party
cause Casa parties end at 10!


Fall Y’all
This Saturday!
C’mon an support
(Covid protocols suggested)
We have Costco size hand sanitizer!


This too shall pass…



Happy Halloween from the Casa!


Stocked and stoked....


Thank you for doing this!!


AZRHA - AZ Recovery Housing Association


Clean sweep! Thank you Brian for taking care of business! ’


Casa Milagra Sober Living's cover photo


Casa Milagra Sober Living


The Casa Milagra management team!


"If you think handling everything is too much, try letting go."
-Time For Joy


Daily Reflection 1/24

There is action and more action. "Faith without works is dead." . . . To be helpful is our only aim.

I understand that service is a vital part of recovery but I often wonder, "What can I do?" Simply start with what I have today! I look around to see where there is a need. Are the ashtrays full? Do I have hands and feet to empty them? Suddenly I'm involved! The best speaker may make the worst coffee; the member who's best with newcomers may be unable to read; the one willing to clean up may make a mess of the bank account—yet every one of these people and jobs is essential to an active group. The miracle of service is this: when I use what I have, I find there is more available to me than I realized before.


Daily Reflection 1/4
We feel that elimination of our drinking is but a beginning. A much more important demonstration of our principles lies before us in our respective homes, occupations and affairs.
-Alcoholics Anonymous pg 19


Management crew celebrating Christmas the right way!


Daily Reflection 12/16

Partners In Recovery

"Doing the right things for the right reasons — this is my way of controlling my selfishness and self-centeredness. I realize that my dependency on a Higher Power clears the way for peace of mind, happiness and sobriety. I pray each day that I will avoid my previous actions, so that I will be helpful to others."

Reach out to your friends and loved ones, talk to someone you don't know- live in the solution and spread love and kindness to all who are in need. We are in this together.


Part of Casa's management team at Sierra Tuscon's Gratitude for Giving Celebration. We are honored to be a part of such an incredible community!


Daily Reflection 10/25

Without unity I would be unable to recover in A.A. on a daily basis. By practicing unity within my group, with other A.A. members and at all levels of this great Fellowship, I receive a pronounced feeling of knowing that I am a part of a miracle that was divinely inspired. The ability of Bill W. and Dr. Bob, working together and passing it on to other members, tells me that to give it away is to keep it. Unity is oneness and yet the whole Fellowship is for all of us.

-As Bill Sees It, pg 125


Daily Reflection 9/5

A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those who
receive, without making poorer those who give. It takes but a
moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it, and none is so poor but he can be made rich by it.
A smile creates happiness in the home, fosters goodwill in business,
and is the countersign of friendship. It brings rest to the weary, cheer
to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and it is natures' best antidote for trouble. Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is something that it is of no value to anyone until it is given away.


Casa Milagra yard work crew!
Thank you to all of the staff and residents who put in some good, hard work to maintain the grounds. A big thank you to Kevin Hughes for all you do to make sure we have a safe, comfortable, sober living environment.



Demonstrate gratitude in your actions every day. Gratitude is more than just a thought process and more than just a Sunday-morning activity. Demonstrate your gratitude through your compassion, and your tolerance. Gratitude strengthens and supports our relationships with God and with other people. Make a commitment to show your gratitude by sharing it with others whenever you have the opportunity.
We can show our gratitude for life in even our smallest actions. Find a way to demonstrate your gratitude to the universe. Feed the birds! Action gives life to ideas. When we start to look for ways to show our gratitude, we will find more and more to be grateful for.


Daily Reflection 8/23

Where there is no vision, a people perish.---Ralph Waldo Emerson
Working our program teaches us to see things more clearly. We learn to look at who we really are. At first, we’re scared to see ourselves. But it turns out okay, even though were not perfect.
We also begin to see others more clearly. We see good in people we don’t like. And we see faults in people we thought we’re prefect. But we don’t judge people anymore. Nobody is perfect. Just as our program friends accept us as we are, we learn to accept others.

Prayer for the Day: Higher Power, sometimes I don’t like what I see. Help me to believe Your way will for me. Help me have a vision.

Action for the Day: I will use my new way of seeing thing to avoid trouble today.

-Keep It Simple


Daily Reflection 8/22

"We recognize our spiritual growth when we are able to reach out and help others." -Basic Text pg. 58

To make a difference in the world, to contribute something special, is perhaps the highest aspiration of the human heart, Each one of us, no matter what our personal makeup, has a unique quality to offer.
Chances are that at some time in our recovery we met someone who reached us when no one else could. Whether it was someone who made us laugh at our first meeting, a warm and compassionate sponsor, or an understanding friend who supported us through an emotional storm, that person made all the difference in the world.
All of us have had the gift of recovery shared with us by another recovering addict. For that, we are grateful. We express our gratitude by sharing freely with others what was given to us. The individual message we carry may help a newcomer only we can reach.
There are many ways to serve our fellowship. Each of us will find that we do some things better than others, but all service work is equally important. If we are willing to serve, we're sure to find that particular way to contribute that's right for us.

Just for Today: My contribution makes a difference. I will offer a helping hand today.

-"Just For Today," pg. 244


Daily Reflection 8/19

"The future is made of the same stuff as the present. -Simone Weil

We found we didn’t need magic to recover---we needed a miracle! Now we are walking miracles.
Part of our miracle is that we see how important today is. We can’t change our future unless we change today. So we live One Day at a Time. By living today well, we make our future better. There is comfort in knowing that the program will be there. Hope we’ll be there.
Old-timers say sobriety is easy if we go by one simple rule: don’t drink and go to meeting.
Life can get simpler; they don’t change much. Staying sober will be easier for us over time.
Prayer for the Day: Higher Power, help me keep my sobriety simple. Help me accept the rules of life.
Action for the Day: I will list three things that will be there for me tomorrow and the next day, because I’m working on them today."
-Keep It Simple


Daily Reflection 8/18
Getting Well

"Very deep, sometimes quite forgotten, damaging emotional conflicts persist below the level of consciousness."
-Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, pg.79-80

Only through positive action can I remove the remains of guilt and shame brought on by alcohol. Throughout my misadventures when I drank, my friends would say, "Why are you doing this? You're only hurting yourself." Little did I know how true were those words. Although I harmed others, some of my behavior caused grave wounds to my soul. Step Eight provides me with a way of forgiving myself. I alleviate much of the hidden damage when I make my list of those I have hurt. In making amends, I free myself of burdens, thus contributing to my healing.


Daily Reflection 8/16
Each Day a New Beginning

Love is a force. It is not a result; it is a cause. It is not a product; it produces. It is a power, like money, or steam or electricity. It is valueless unless you can give something else by means of it. --Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Love and feeling loved--how often both elude us! We have taken the first step, though. Let's be grateful for our recovery; this is an act of love. We have chosen to love ourselves, and the program opens the way to our loving others. Love and loving are balms for the soul sickness we experience. We are being healed. We are healing one another.
Loving others means going beyond our own selfish concerns, for the moment, and putting others' concerns first. The result is that others feel our love. They feel a caring that is healing. And our spiritual natures are likewise soothed.
We find God and ourselves through touching the souls of one another. Our most special gift is being loved and giving love. Every moment we spend with another person is gift-giving time.
Every day is a gift-giving holiday, if I will but make it so.

house pictures 08/11/2016

house pictures


A.A. Daily Reflection 8/11

"The moral inventory is a cool examination of the damages that occurred to us during life and a sincere effort to look at them in a true perspective. This has the effect of taking the ground glass out of us, the emotional substance that still cuts and inhibits."
— As Bill Sees It, pg 140


Fun times at the memorial day barbeque


Chad Fredman and Sedona Levy, Our new management team at the memorial day barbeque. Looking forward to exciting times at Casa Milagra


With Kevin Hughes , Welcoming our newest alumni staff members, Breanna Norling, Olivia Sinclair, Eric Fisler, Abe Payan. We are looking forward to working together with you ! The enthusiasm to ensure the quality and professionalism at Casa Milagra is outstanding


With Kevin Hughes, Welcoming our newest alumni staff members, Breanna Norling, Olivia Sinclair, Eric Fisler, Abe Payan. We are looking forward to working together with you ! The enthusiasm to ensure the quality and professionalism at Casa Milagra is outstanding


Monday night Yoga at casa, sober spirit, sober mind and sober body


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