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Nov. 16, 2018 – That feeling of solace in the Arizona air is reflected by Sierra Tucson, which had 83 percent of its residents come from out of state in 2018 and 85 percent in 2017. “We are located in the Catalina Mountains and so our views are absolutely incredible and there is a lure associated with this land and that we are built on sacred land,” says Jaime Vinck, CEO of Sierra Tucson. “When people come to the desert seeking healing, often times it is associated with depression. With addiction, there’s physical pain that goes along with your emotional pain and the desert can be an extremely healing, nurturing experience.” Cohn says the state has a reputation for its healing.