Our Campus Located in Phoenix 19th Ave and Indian School

We have expanded our campus! CHR now occupies all buildings located at 1950 W Heatherbrae. Dr. This gives us room to provide services to more than 150 members per day.

Our new campus includes an expanded Adult Education Area and adds six new group rooms and a Creative Arts Center! From the time you walk in the front door you will be greeted by a welcoming team and will find our halls and walls are full of member artwork. Our expanded campus offers over 27,000 square feet of group rooms, offices, computer labs, recreational space, a fully equipment gym, kitchen and dining room, outdoor gathering spots, patios and a Creative Arts building dedicated our Expressions of Hope program. 

About our Peer Run Organization

Center for Health and Recovery (CHR) formerly known as CHEEERS Recovery Center is a non-profit community service agency serving adults with mental health and substance use disorders. We provide evidence-based recovery support services in our classes, groups, events, and one to one peer support sessions. All services are delivered by state-certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists.
Changing our name to the Center for Health and Recovery was a member-supported process. While we have been CHEEERS for a long time, we feel the Center for Health and Recovery or CHR better reflects the services we provide and what our program is about.

Our Mission

We strive to empower individuals and families affected by behavioral health conditions to achieve a healthy and meaningful life through the use of recovery-based community services and our shared experiences. Our program is designed around the belief and knowledge that individual’s health through connection and emotional health and physical health are interconnected. CHR programs empower individuals with the skills needed to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle in our community. Our staff is here to help individual overcome the barriers that keep them from benefiting from services, finding employment, housing and recovery.