- TREATMENT: Unearthing vital information from different angles and pathways into one's self
- RECREATION: Promoting recovery and healthy lifestyles
- INTEGRATIVE: Innovative yet credible therapeutic techniques
Sierra Tucson Recovery Center
Sierra Tucson is an exclusive private drug & alcohol rehab known for its compassionate addiction treatment care and clinical excellence. Since 1983, this Arizona-based alcoholism and drug treatment program has helped tens of thousands of individuals and families rebuild their lives.
To get information on Sierra Tucson's pricing options, to check if your health insurance covers the cost of this program or to inquire about possible financing call (855) 699-9085.
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Specialized core rehab program areas:
- Addictions Program
- Program for Sexual & Trauma Recovery
- Eating Disorders Program
- Mood & Anxiety Program
- Pain Management Program
- Progressions Program
- Assessment & Diagnostic Program
Sierra Tucson's beautiful, serene 160-acre campus imparts a natural healing environment in Arizona and offers the highest level of confidentiality.
Addiction Treatment Philosophy
Sierra Tucson’s holistic, thorough, and integrated approach to treatment provides expertise for a wide range of specific and coexisting disorders:
- Alcohol & Chemical Dependency
- Compulsive Overeating
- Anxiety & Panic Disorders
- Bipolar Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Grief & Loss
- Trauma & Abuse
- Sexual Compulsivity
- Chronic Pain Management
- Compulsive Gambling & Spending
- Anabolic Steroid Abuse
- Nicotine Addiction
- Complex Assessment & Diagnosis
- Intensive Relapse Prevention
Sierra Tucson developed the Sierra Model® of addiction treatment, which recognizes that all of us exist as mind, body, spirit, and emotions. Therefore, a multidisciplinary team of professional, highly-skilled staff utilize a bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach to create individualized treatment plans that address the whole person. Medical and psychiatric services combine with Twelve-Step philosophy and a full range of traditional and experiential therapies, including EMDR, Equine-Assisted Therapy, and Adventure Therapy. Integrative therapies such as Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Qigong, Reiki, Shiatsu, Somatic Experiencing®, Yoga, and Zero Balancing enhance the treatment process.
Family Rehabilitation Program
The Family Rehabilitation Program is a hallmark of Sierra Tucson's successful addiction treatment. This dynamic four-day Family Program is included with each person's treatment to enhance long-term recovery and extend healing to the family. Invited family members are given the opportunity to participate in therapy, face their own issues, and work toward resolution. A Children's Program provides age-appropriate activities for family members 7 – 17 years of age. Young people begin to understand and emotionally process the turmoil they have experienced and learn new life skills. A Couple’s Workshop gives couples in the Family Program an opportunity to receive educational and therapeutic support for recovery. After this educational, healing experience, the family is uniquely prepared for new growth and healthy support of the primary patient’s recovery process.
12 Step Involvement
The 12-Step philosophy is utilized as a basis for the treatment programs at Sierra Tucson, and individuals are encouraged to use the 12-Step principles in their recovery. Twelve-Step meetings are held on campus, and patients may attend off-campus meetings, as well.
Addiction Treatment Center Information
Night Admission Available: Yes
Weekend Admission Available: Yes
Interview Required: Yes
Average $8,995 per week, depending on patient's program placement
Public Assistance Coverage: No
Medicare Accepted: No
Insurance Accepted: Yes
Followup Care: No
Licensing and Accreditation
Licensed by: Arizona Department of Health Services
Licensedtype: Dually Licensed as a Special Hospital and Level 1 Psychiatric Acute Hospital
Accredited by: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)