Neighbors furious after rehab group home opens next door; Jordan Rose, founder and president Rose Law Group, interviewed by CBS 5

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents neighbors fighting to protect the residential character of their neighborhood

By By Amanda Goodman | AzFamily

Neighbors in a Phoenix community are furious after learning recovering addicts just moved into a house on their block.

“We’re real concerned about the change in environment that might happen,” said Peggy Weeks.

Weeks and others live on or near Shangri La Road, which is near 36th Street and Cholla in Phoenix. Their worries stem from the new neighbors.

Advanced Sober Living, LLC just moved in, opening a drug and alcohol rehab group home.

“We’re very concerned about the safety of the neighborhood, the traffic associated with this increased number of people here. We’re concerned about our property values,” said neighbor David Nelson.

It is a close community and many of the neighbors have come together hiring the Rose Law Group to try and get what they say is essentially a commercial business out of their residential area.

“This operator is attempting to do something that the deed restrictions just don’t allow,” said president and founder of Rose Law Group Jordan Rose.

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