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Sanctuary Sober Living Scottsdale Phoenix AZ 85020

PhoenixArizona
Living in a halfway house is not for everyone, and if you are looking into sober living programs or other...
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Carver Ranch Destiny Sober Living Laveen Village AZ 85339

Laveen VillageArizona
The mission of the Carver Ranch is to offer affordable housing with supportive services for seniors and their families, while...
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Denton House Phoenix AZ 85015

PhoenixArizona
Denton House Sober Living in Phoenix Arizona is a transition community for seniors. The Denton House is a unique mixed-use...
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Crossroads Inc. Phoenix AZ 85016

PhoenixArizona
Crossroads Inc. is a full service real estate agency that offers its clients a complete suite of services for successful...
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Transitional Living Communities Phoenix AZ 85006

PhoenixArizona
Transition periods are necessary for individuals who need to adjust to changing lifestyles and environments. Many transitional living communities exist...
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Traditions Transitional Living Phoenix AZ 85021

PhoenixArizona
Traditions Transitional Living is a life-style that "holds people together" at transition - times of transition, periods of adjustment, periods...
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Sunlight of the Spirit Phoenix AZ 85017

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Sunlight of the Spirit Sober Living in Phoenix Arizona, where I am from, is really a place I can't get...
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Hope House Phoenix AZ 85006

PhoenixArizona
Hope House is an Arizona halfway housing center that specializes in transitional living, a concept that attempts to help people...
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Craig Shell’s the New Solution Phoenix AZ 85015

PhoenixArizona
Craig Shell's The New Solution to Sober Living in Phoenix Arizona is a quick thirty-one-page guide that covers all the...
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Destiny Sober Living Phoenix AZ 85015

PhoenixArizona
Destiny Sober Living is a full-service, transition services organization that offers a complete range of on-site and off-site services to...
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Sober Apartment Living Scottsdale AZ 85251

ScottsdaleArizona
If you have spent any time living in an apartment or have ever lived in a small house in a...
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Steps House Center For Healing Glendale AZ 85301

GlendaleArizona
The Steps House Center for Healing and Reconciliation in Glendale, Arizona has been providing residential treatment for addicts for over...
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Silkworth Institute Scottsdale AZ 85251

ScottsdaleArizona
The Silkworth Institute for Sober Living in Scottsdale, Arizona offers an array of services to suit every individual's needs. Whether...
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Addiction Treatment is different from drug rehabilitation programs. Treatment for addiction will have varying success rates depending on the person’s physical, mental, and emotional condition. Treatment can range from simple detoxification to complete residential programs. The type of rehab program you should use will depend on your specific needs, but all programs provide a similar level of medical, psychological, spiritual, and behavioral assistance. Rehab treatment for addiction is not one-size fits-all. Programs may vary in terms of your medical needs, your mental state, or what additional medical health care options are available to you. For example, alcohol treatment centers offer detoxification and treatment programs designed for people with severe alcohol problems. Drug treatment centers are designed to treat individuals addicted to certain drugs such as cocaine, meth, heroin, and prescription painkillers. Both residential and outpatient treatments are available for those addicted to cocaine, heroin, and prescription painkillers. The key to an effective addiction treatment program is the involvement of the addict with his/her family and friends. You must be patient during this time as you learn to trust and respect the other person’s views and opinions. While in the program, you should be able to discuss your thoughts and feelings with the staff. You will need to share everything about yourself with your doctor, counselor, and therapist. This is important as they will need to know what you have been experiencing and the way your mind reacts to various situations. After the program, you will return home with new skills and a new determination to become sober.