Substance Use Treatment

Olive Health Center

27th Avenue Health Center

McDowell Health Center

Stapley Health Center

23rd Avenue Health Center

Priest Health Center

51st Avenue Health Center

Recovery & Well-being through our Substance Use Treatment.

 

You can get your life on track, and we can help. We offer substance use treatment services to meet your needs, guiding you from use through your recovery journey. Recovery is a day-by-day journey – we want to help you get started.
The first step is to complete an evaluation. We understand that everyone’s needs and circumstances are unique. Complete an initial intake assessment with one of our behavioral health providers to help you map a path to healing and recovery. We start with an assessment, then work with you on a plan for treatment. Our outpatient services allow patients to learn how to stay sober in a real-life setting. We use proven treatment methods centered in group therapy that provides support, skill-building and healing in a community setting. Some individuals may benefit from individual counseling in addition to other services; your treatment plan is uniquely designed to meet your needs.

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Making a difference,
Learn about our services.

Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP) and Relapse Prevention

SOP is designed for patients who have completed IOP or who experienced a relapse.
During SOP patients attend 2 group sessions per week. SOP lasts an average of 12 weeks. SOP therapy focuses on life skills and re-integration to normal life. For those not enrolled in SOP, but needing relapse support, we have Relapse Prevention groups which meet once a week.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

IOP is designed to help you through withdrawal.
Our IOP groups meet 3 times per week for 3 hours each session. We offer both day and evening sessions and usually have 8-12 people in each group. In these sessions, our counselors use highly effective evidence-based treatment methods including DBT, CBT, Experiential, 12 steps, and life skills. Patients in IOP will also meet with their therapist for 1 hour each week. The length of IOP treatment varies but the average time is 12 weeks.

Justice Services Coordination

We facilitate coordination of care and reporting requirements for individuals with court-ordered treatment plans.
We have been working with external agencies including justice services for 50 years and our counselors and staff are well versed in requirements, paperwork, and best practices for coordinating care and other helpful services.
Learn more

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) uses medications that address the withdrawal and craving for opiate based drugs and alcohol.
These drugs include, but are not limited to, heroin, fentanyl, and prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin, Percocet, and Hydrocodone. Our MAT program serves all populations including pregnant women and adolescents. We offer Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol and Narcan for initial induction. Learn more

Adult Therapeutic Day Treatment (ATDT)

ATDT is a licensed adult therapeutic day treatment providing intensive co-occurring treatment through group counseling and clinical activities.
Our team of master’s level clinicians, behavioral health technicians, and peer support specialists provide treatment and support for individuals living with co-occurring disorders. Individuals attend services five days a week for an average length of 12 – 16 weeks. Learn more

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Residential Treatment

At our residential treatment center, individuals can emerge whole from the throes of addiction and begin to move into a substance free life.
The facility is quiet and humble, and staffed 24 hours a day with counselors, paraprofessionals, and peer supports all helping patients on their road to recovery. The average stay is based on individual needs, usually 24-25 days. There are 12 step meetings held on site and attendance at seven meetings a week is required.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

To get started please call us at 602-685-6000 and one of our caring staff can get you set up for an appointment.

What if I don’t have insurance?

If you do not have insurance, our benefits specialist who can help you determine if you qualify for benefits or other coverage. We are often able to locate AHCCCS enrollment or grant funding that covers your cost of treatment.

How long can I expect to be enrolled in treatment?

The length of time you are in treatment will vary depending on the treatment plan your counselor develops with you. You should expect to be in treatment for 12 weeks. Recovery is a life change process and there are other options after treatment to help support you. Your counselor will work with you to identify best treatment and support options to work toward successful recovery goals.

What if I need help with transportation?

During COVID-19, Terros Health uses telemedicine for most group and counseling sessions. You can attend your sessions with a smart phone or other camera-enabled devices from the comfort of your own home.

If you don’t have a camera-enabled device then just a telephone can work. For some services coming into the office cannot be avoided and then based on your insurance transportation can be arranged. Our staff can help you locate this support.

What’s expected of me?

We ask that you be you. During your services it is important for you to be open and honest. Working with your providers it is important to speak your mind. It is okay to disagree with your provider or counselor in a respectful way.

It is also expected for you to attend your appointments and sessions, and if you cannot make it to contact us within 24 hours to cancel your appointment. If you are on a court-ordered plan, it will be important for you to meet the requirements of the plan.

Contact any of our
Four Health Centers Today!

 OLIve 
 health Center 

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 27th Avenue  
 Health Center

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Central Phoenix

 mcdowell 
 Health Center

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 Stapley 
 Health Center

Request a Substance Use Treatment Appointment.

For scheduling or general questions about our Substance Use Treatment, you can call, email, or send us a message. We will get back to you within 48 hours.

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Olive Health Center                     27th Avenue Health Center                      McDowell Health Center                 Stapley Health Center 

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23rd Avenue Health Center                     Priest Health Center                      51st Avenue Health Center 

Recovery & Well-being through our
Substance Use Treatment.

 

You can get your life on track, and we can help. We offer substance use treatment services to meet your needs, guiding you from use through your recovery journey. Recovery is a day-by-day journey – we want to help you get started.

The first step is to complete an evaluation. We understand that everyone’s needs and circumstances are unique. Complete an initial intake assessment with one of our behavioral health providers to help you map a path to healing and recovery. We start with an assessment, then work with you on a plan for treatment. Our outpatient services allow patients to learn how to stay sober in a real-life setting. We use proven treatment methods centered in group therapy that provides support, skill-building and healing in a community setting. Some individuals may benefit from individual counseling in addition to other services; your treatment plan is uniquely designed to meet your needs.

Intake_terros_health

How we make a difference,
Learn about our services.

Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP) & Relapse Prevention

SOP is designed for patients who have completed IOP or who experienced a relapse.
During SOP patients attend 2 group sessions per week. SOP lasts an average of 12 weeks. SOP therapy focuses on life skills and re-integration to normal life. For those not enrolled in SOP, but needing relapse support, we have Relapse Prevention groups which meet once a week.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

IOP is designed to help you through withdrawal.
Our IOP groups meet 3 times per week for 3 hours each session. We offer both day and evening sessions and usually have 8-12 people in each group. In these sessions, our counselors use highly effective evidence-based treatment methods including DBT, CBT, Experiential, 12 steps, and life skills. Patients in IOP will also meet with their therapist for 1 hour each week. The length of IOP treatment varies but the average time is 12 weeks.

Justice Services Coordination

We facilitate coordination of care and reporting requirements for individuals with court-ordered treatment plans.
We have been working with external agencies including justice services for 50 years and our counselors and staff are well versed in requirements, paperwork, and best practices for coordinating care and other helpful services. Learn more

pharmacy

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) uses medications that address the withdrawal and craving for opiate based drugs and alcohol.
These drugs include, but are not limited to, heroin, fentanyl, and prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin, Percocet, and Hydrocodone. Our MAT program serves all populations including pregnant women and adolescents. We offer Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol and Narcan for initial induction. Learn more

Adult Therapeutic Day Treatment (ATDT)

ATDT is a licensed adult therapeutic day treatment providing intensive co-occurring treatment through group counseling and clinical activities.
Our team of master’s level clinicians, behavioral health technicians, and peer support specialists provide treatment and support for individuals living with co-occurring disorders. Individuals attend services five days a week for an average length of 12 – 16 weeks. Learn more

addiction Treatment

Residential Treatment

At our residential treatment center, individuals can emerge whole from the throes of addiction and begin to move into a substance free life.
The facility is quiet and humble, and staffed 24 hours a day with counselors, paraprofessionals, and peer supports all helping patients on their road to recovery. The average stay is based on individual needs, usually 24-25 days. There are 12 step meetings held on site and attendance at seven meetings a week is required.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

To get started please call us at 602-685-6000 and one of our caring staff can get you set up for an appointment.

What if I don’t have insurance?
If you do not have insurance, our benefits specialist who can help you determine if you qualify for benefits or other coverage. We are often able to locate AHCCCS enrollment or grant funding that covers your cost of treatment.
How long can I expect to be enrolled in treatment?

The length of time you are in treatment will vary depending on the treatment plan your counselor develops with you. You should expect to be in treatment for 12 weeks. Recovery is a life change process and there are other options after treatment to help support you. Your counselor will work with you to identify best treatment and support options to work toward successful recovery goals.

What if I need help with transportation?
During COVID-19, Terros Health uses telemedicine for most group and counseling sessions. You can attend your sessions with a smart phone or other camera-enabled devices from the comfort of your own home.

If you don’t have a camera-enabled device then just a telephone can work. For some services coming into the office cannot be avoided and then based on your insurance transportation can be arranged. Our staff can help you locate this support.

What’s expected of me?

We ask that you be you. During your services it is important for you to be open and honest. Working with your providers it is important to speak your mind. It is okay to disagree with your provider or counselor in a respectful way.
It is also expected for you to attend your appointments and sessions, and if you cannot make it to contact us within 24 hours to cancel your appointment. If you are on a court-ordered plan, it will be important for you to meet the requirements of the plan.

Visit or Call any of our Four Health Centers Today!

 OLIve 
 health Center 

Olive_health_center_thumbnail

 27th Avenue  
 Health Center

27th_Avenue_health_center_thumbnail

Central Phoenix

 mcdowell 
 Health Center

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 Stapley 
 Health Center

New Patients      Call  602-685-6000

Request a Substance Use Treatment Appointment.

For scheduling or general questions about our Substance Use Treatment, you can call, email, or send us a message. We will get back to you within 48 hours.

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