Healing mind, body, and spirit!
Rehabs in Arizona can typically be one dimensional: a one-stop shop storefront. Sovereign Health of Arizona offers a dynamic community for rehabilitation, replete with 10 residences: six houses and four apartments in addition to our flagship treatment facilities for our residential treatment and intensive outpatient programs.
Helping women struggling with addictions, mental health, co-occurring, and eating disorders, our team of trained clinicians and psychiatrists offer individualized care and specialized treatment to treat complex issues underlying these disorders.
All sober living apartments that house women in the intensive outpatient program are beautifully landscaped and located in gated communities with a fitness center and pool. Women in the residential treatment program stay in houses located in private cul-de-sacs with landscaped outdoor areas and backyards as well as a number of other amenities such as a washer and dryer for laundry to help women feel as private and comfortable during their stay as possible.
If you’ve never lived in a desert climate, you might wonder what there is to do in rehab centers in Arizona heat. All women who stay in our residential and sober living residences enjoy outings to the gym, indoor, air-conditioned yoga classes and meditation and delightfully shaded grassy areas around the facility to take a stroll and get some fresh air. Sometimes getting away from suffocating addictions and clawing life pressures – just putting space between the self and the circumstances – offers a practical hope for healing. Going to the desert for recovery might just be a recovering addict’s oasis.
Treatment for drug addiction
No matter the type of drug, detoxification treatment at a medical facility is always the safest choice while treating addiction-related disorders, especially when they are accompanied by co-occurring mental health illnesses. A supervised detox program can prevent unpleasant or fatal consequences resulting from the sudden cessation of use and can aid the patient in becoming abstinent from drugs.
Although detox helps to set the stage for recovery from drug addiction by providing a stable foundation for people, a detox program should be followed with a comprehensive addiction treatment program that includes therapy or counseling sessions that help patients achieve long-term recovery by addressing any underlying issues that may contribute to the disorder and teach patients effective coping skills to help them maintain their recovery post the treatment completion.