Sovereign Health of Arizona provides a stairway of levels of care considerate of 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.
Residential Treatment (RTC)
Sovereign Health of Arizona’s residential treatment is the most pragmatic type of treatment. It offers personalization for each patient’s treatment needs. We have round the clock nonhospital-based interdisciplinary services in our women’s retreat-like residences.
Individual therapy and group therapy take place several times a week, using cognitive modalities and skill-building process groups. Once a week intensive family therapy also embeds recovery and all around wellness.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
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.
Sovereign Health’s PHP offers targeted treatment in place of exclusive hospitalization.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
IOP in Chandler, Arizona, is a series of planned out individual and group sessions tailor-fit to each woman’s family or work schedule.
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 is the least intense form of treatment, allowing patients to live at home or in a sober living home and enjoy the most freedom.