Residential Addiction Treatment Program for Men
Since 1988 Prescott House, a top Arizona drug and alcohol rehab in Prescott, AZ has provided outstanding services to men and their families from across the country and abroad. Throughout the years we have found that long-term recovery is best achieved through long-term treatment in a nurturing and therapeutic environment. Prescott House is committed to providing precisely that: excellent clinical care in a close-knit recovery community. This commitment is founded on a firm belief in recovery of the mind, body, and spirit. Prescott House is a safe environment in which clients may confront their self-destructive behaviors and develop integrity and accountability while nurturing their personal and emotional growth in recovery. We as a staff work tirelessly to consider the whole person and to treat the causes of self- destructive behaviors and not simply the symptoms.
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Specialized Addiction Treatment Programs
Sex Addiction Treatment Center for Men
The Prescott House is a men-only, long-term addiction rehab in Prescott, AZ that has been on the forefront of sex addiction treatment for men since 1997. We proudly utilize Dr. Carnes’ Thirty-Task Model to help treat men struggling with sexually compulsive behaviors. Our Program provides life-skills that help men achieve successful, long-term recovery.
Opiod Addiction Rehab for Men
If you are an individual who has realized your dependency on Opiates or Heroin, you can call Prescott House as a first step to your recovery. Prescott House has been in operation for over 25 years and is nationally recognized as a long-term rehab and addiction treatment center in Prescott, Arizona. The extended care facility has handled numerous heroin addiction cases, and has an outstanding treatment record amongst those most affected by the drug, and their loved ones.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
Get help from Alcoholism Now! Call Prescott House Toll Free: 866-425-4673 Most adults can drink casually and not be burdened with addictive behavior or dependence on alcohol. For a relatively small percentage of us, however, drinking in moderation is not an option. Continued and frequent drinking of copious amounts of alcohol – also known as binge drinking – leads to habitual behavior, and ultimately, more drinking.
Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment Center for Men
It is often difficult to determine the exact cause of a substance use problem or a mental illness in a person who is dually diagnosed. In some instances, substance abuse is brought on by an existing mental illness, as an individual attempts to “self medicate” the symptoms of mental illness with illicit or prescription drugs.