If you have made the decision to seek treatment for alcohol or drug addiction recovery, or are looking into recovery for a loved one, we want to know what your hopes and goals are. At Blueprints for Recovery, addiction recovery is a personal experience. There are many different types of addiction and everyone's road to recovery will be unique to their situation. What inspires one person to live sober will not necessarily inspire another, so we take the time to get to know our clients on a personal level and figure out how to create a wholesome treatment experience.
At our Arizona rehabilitation center our alcohol and drug treatment programs last between 6 to 9 months and are divided into three phases, following a substance abuse evaluation where you can talk to us about your struggles with addiction. These phases are discussed in greater detail on our 3-Phase Approach page:
- Phase 1: Residential Phase – Clients live on-campus and work closely with staff to come up with incentives for sobriety and realize how their life can change through recovery.
- Phase 2: Transitional Living – At this stage clients start taking their own recovery initiatives using the techniques they learned at Blueprints for Recovery. They can also start looking into educational or employment opportunities.
- Phase 3: Independent Living – In order to continue sobriety in the outside world, it is important that our clients have support resources that will be there for them during the difficult time. These may include individuals, support groups, or therapists that will be available when you are going through a difficult time.
The Blueprints for Recovery staff will guide you or your loved one through every phase of your recovery. When it comes to overcoming addiction, the value of support cannot be overstated. Always remember that this is not a journey you need to make alone.
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