“First Step Center in Phoenix AZ provides a multitude of services to their patients. They work with their patients to establish a long-term, loving relationship that will help them overcome addiction. Their approach to treatment incorporates the teachings of Buddhism and utilizes therapies such as yoga, meditation, hypnotherapy, and biofeedback. They offer a variety of individual and family care services. They also offer programs to support individuals in their personal growth and recovery efforts.”
“First Step Center is committed to providing a high level of quality care to all of their patients. As a dual diagnosis treatment program, their primary mission is to offer evidence-based, patient-centric, holistic, and patient-oriented treatment using evidence-based practices. We strive to help each person, including their families, through the recovery process by educating them about the disease and offering an on-site doctor/patient consultation. Our program has several levels of care for clients. Our drug and alcohol treatment programs provide comprehensive detox and outpatient care, while the rest of our care involves individual, family, and group therapy, support groups, and education. Our inpatient residential treatment centers offer the same holistic services as our outpatient programs, as well as medical and mental health services.
Our addiction treatment center at First Step Center in Phoenix AZ offers residential and outpatient treatment programs. Residential treatment centers include treatment for alcohol and drug addiction, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. These are the most serious forms of addiction, and they require treatment for both the symptoms and the causes of the addiction. Inpatient treatment options include detoxification, detox treatment, or outpatient programs depending on the severity of the addiction and the specific needs of each patient. Our outpatient care programs include individual therapy sessions with certified mental health and medical professionals to help you identify the causes and symptoms of your addiction, develop a plan of treatment, learn the best ways to manage your recovery, and stay sober, and receive treatment for the physical addiction as well. When choosing a program for your loved one, you want to make sure it is in close proximity to their jobs, schools, and other activities. If you or a member of your family or group is struggling with an addiction, don’t hesitate to contact us.