Confidential, Patient-Focused Inpatient Rehab Center
Congratulations! You made it through the first step, which is one of the hardest. Now that detox is successfully completed, you may be wondering what to do or where to go next on your road to addiction recovery. Moving forward, your next step is allowing yourself the time at Buena Vista to stabilize, get centered and create a long-term plan for your recovery. We’re here to help you with all of this.
Buena Vista, an Arizona inpatient rehabilitation campus, offers treatment in a comfortable residential setting in our modern campus. Depending on your individual treatment needs, your stay will last between 7 and 28 days. While participating in one of the best inpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs in the country, you will spend a lot of time focusing on getting to the root of your addiction and addressing the underlying issues that you have not been able to deal with since you have been using drugs and alcohol to cover and hide them. During this time, you will work one-on-one with our therapist and participate in various group therapies on a daily basis.
Inpatient Services and Therapy Programs
We believe that family services are a crucial part of inpatient treatment. That’s why we have developed specific programs to help families recover together. Our dedicated case managers guide our patients and their families through interactive family and group sessions to help educate everyone involved about the disease of addiction. We also help family members learn behaviors that support their loved one’s recovery.
Additionally, our Arizona inpatient alcohol and drug treatment program t includes 12-step meetings. Buena Vista has several comfortable gathering areas that allow for plenty of connection and opportunity to create new relationships with other alcoholics and addicts in the community. These are people who truly understand what you are going through and can relate on a level that no one else can.
Ready to regain control of your life? Take the first step on your journey to addiction recovery today.