At Sovereign Health of Arizona, we specialize in dual diagnosis treatment for women. Our facility in Chandler, Arizona offers individualized behavioral health care for women with mental illness, substance use and co-occurring disorders.
Some patients require detoxification from drugs or alcohol prior to beginning treatment. Those experiencing acute withdrawal from alcohol or drugs often require 24/7 medical care and monitoring. Such monitoring can be done either at a hospital or detox facility. After about a week or so, patients generally stabilize and begin to feel well enough to begin their treatment. Our residential and outpatient programs are licensed by the State of Arizona Department of Health Services and are accredited by the Joint Commission.
We offer the following levels of care:
- Residential Treatment (RTC): Generally 30 to 90 day programs, this level of care allows patients live in supervised housing and receive full-time treatment and care.
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP): Patients receive approximately five hours of treatment Monday through Friday but can live independently at home or sober living housing.
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP): Patients attend treatment session for approximately three hours three times per week and can live independently or in sober living housing.
- General outpatient: General outpatient care follows the completion of one of the above programs and consists of outpatient therapy appointments during the first year or so of sobriety. Out-of-state patients may choose to stay in sober living in Chandler or transfer to outpatient care closer to home.