Levels of Care/ Who We Treat

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A disease of the mind and the body, addiction to drugs can be treated. While no one treatment is right for everyone, a comprehensive drug addiction treatment program must allow an individual to control the drug cravings, stop drug use, stay drug-free and be productive in personal and professional matters. A successful and long-term approach towards recovery is a combination of medically-supported treatments along with a number of behavioral therapies. Although medically-assisted detoxification treatment 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 to achieve long-term recovery.

Sovereign Health of Arizona provides various levels of care taking into account the intensity and frequency of medical and psychological attention needed. Patients may step down through treatment as they improve in wellness and soundness of mind. All levels embody trauma-informed care and are customized to meet each patient where they are, and improve from there. Each of our clients is provided with a range of evidence-based treatments including individual, group and family-focused therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), neurofeedback, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), anger and stress management, trauma-focused therapy and experiential therapy including yoga, meditation and equine therapy.

Basis a clients’ condition and their medical history, each of them is provided with appropriate levels of care for their substance use disorders that may include comprehensive treatment at our Residential Treatment Center (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Outpatient Program (OP).

Residential treatment center

An inpatient treatment program, Sovereign Health of Arizona’s residential treatment is the most sought-after treatment program for addiction-related disorders offering comprehensive treatment to an individual in a private and serene setting. A live-in care health facility, our RTC offers each of our patients’ 24-hour monitoring with multiple levels of treatment in a safe and trigger-free environment. It offers personalized treatment program as per each patient’s treatment needs.

In addition to a clinically-proven treatment modalities, female patients at our treatment centers are offered individual therapy and group therapy several times a week using cognitive modalities and skill-building process groups. Additionally, patients are offered intensive family therapy once a week to promote recovery and all-around wellness.

 Partial hospitalization

Sovereign Health of Arizona’s partial hospitalization substance abuse program is medically supervised and gives wide-ranging, therapeutically intensive and coordinated clinical services. PHP is right for women who have intense addiction symptoms, disturbances in behavior or other exacerbating issues such as suicide ideation. The undivided attention to a PHP patient satisfies that person’s needs and also protects residential patients from any immediate risk.

Appropriate for patients requiring intensive mental health care, but not requiring 24/7 medical or psychiatric supervision, Sovereign Health’s PHP offers targeted treatment in place of exclusive hospitalization.

Intensive outpatient program

Appropriate for female patients who have completed residential treatment or do not require PHP or residential treatment, Sovereign Health’s IOP in Chandler, Arizona, is a series of planned out individual and group sessions customized to each woman’s family or work schedule. With a few hours of therapy each week, IOP allows our female patients to manage other responsibilities.

At an intensive outpatient rehab, women can receive the treatment they need while maintaining academic, family and work obligations. The program is a step down from RTC, as the woman incorporates healthy coping skills, moves beyond prior trauma and stressors, and maintains her sobriety.

Outpatient program

Outpatient is the least intense form of treatment, allowing patients to live at home or in a sober living home and enjoy the most freedom. Consisting of a few hours of treatment, the OP is for those who do not require high levels of care, can remain addiction free throughout the treatment, and have enough support in their environment to succeed in their treatment.

Who we treat

Designed for female patients with substance abuse disorders, Sovereign Health’s Chandler, Arizona facility offers individualized, evidence-based care to each of its clients. We treat the following patients at our Chandler, Arizona facility:

  • Women 18 to 65 years of age
  • Women with substance use disorders
  • Women who have survived trauma or abuse

Why choose Sovereign Health?

As a dual-licensed treatment provider, Sovereign Health of Arizona leads the way in addiction treatment and behavioral health rehabilitation services. Licensed to treat a variety of addiction-related and mental health disorders, our team of certified clinicians and therapists specializes in treating all underlying simultaneous disorders such as addiction or mental disorder. This is what’s known as dual diagnosis treatment.

Our commitment to tailor-fit, measurement-based care is what distinguishes us from other rehabs in Arizona. In addition to offering our patients with the best and the most cutting-edge treatment methodologies, Sovereign Health of Arizona equips all its female patients with the life skills and tools necessary to enjoy a lasting recovery and avoid any relapse.

What sets us apart is our use of cutting-edge technologies, experiential therapies and cognitive modalities to guide women in, ‘A Better Way to a Better Life.’ For more information about Sovereign Health’s women-only treatment facility or to locate our state-of-the-art treatment centers, please call our 24/7 helpline to speak to a member of our admissions team. You can even chat online with our representative for further assistance.

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