“Desert Vista Treatment Center in Scottsdale AZ” is the name of a rehabilitation program and a facility that were established by the University of Phoenix University. “The mission of Desert Vista Treatment Center is to help individuals suffering from alcohol addiction, drug addiction and any behavioral disorder. The main objective of the program is to help individuals conquer the addiction through treatment, education and skills development programs.” According to the University of Phoenix, “we strive to provide our students with a strong foundation for their academic and career success.” This facility is a community of professionals who provide an individualized care to each patient. Desert Vista Treatment Center in Scottsdale AZ is a residential treatment facility, which focuses on long term residential alcohol or drug treatment.
“The program consists of outpatient and inpatient treatment. The outpatient programs include detoxification, individual counseling, group therapy, individual and group psychotherapy, and onsite treatment, which are provided through the use of medication in conjunction with detox. The detoxification process allows for patients to completely eliminate drugs or alcohol from their systems. Patients who are not ready to enter into a detoxification process can attend onsite detox, which includes one on one counseling with a professional therapist. There are many treatment options available to patients including one-on-one therapy sessions, group therapy sessions, outpatient counseling, and group and individual psychotherapy sessions.”
The Desert Vista Treatment Center has been in operation since 1986 and has served many alcoholics, drug addicts and those with other behavioral disorders. “This facility is a leader in its field with over forty-five years of experience providing treatment services and is accredited by the Arizona Board of Addiction Medicine, and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. This facility is approved by both agencies and is a member of their respective organizations.”