Scottsdale Recovery Center opens new 12,500 square foot outpatient center
“Our evidence-based practices, combined with licensed medical, clinical and psychiatric staff, help create a long-term, sustainable life of recovery and enable our clients to start over,” says Lee Yaiva, CEO of SRC.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (PRWEB)
November 08, 2022
Scottsdale Recovery Center is thrilled to unveil its new outpatient center, providing drug and alcohol treatment services to people struggling with behavioral, co-occurring health and substance abuse disorders. Located on Hayden Road and Via De Ventura in Scottsdale, this state-of-the-art 12,500 square foot clinic features more than 20 individual private therapy practices, group therapy rooms, yoga, meditation and art therapy rooms, an IT resource and peer support services center as well as a customer lounge, bringing the company’s capacity to over 400 patients.
“Our evidence-based practices, combined with licensed medical, clinical and psychiatric staff, help create a long-term, sustainable life of recovery and enable our clients to start over,” says Lee Yaiva, CEO of SRC. “With the opioid epidemic at its peak and fentanyl causing hundreds of thousands of overdoses each year, our mission to cure those struggling with addiction is more important than ever.”
The newly designed clinic is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services and offers partial inpatient programs, intensive outpatient programs, and evening IOP programs. The center aims to help people struggling with addiction find a way to maintain a lifestyle free of alcohol and drugs.
At SRC, clients have access to life skills training, group counselling, individual counselling, peer support services, weekend family workshops, yoga, meditation and art. Group sessions are designed to cover a variety of recovery topics applicable to each client’s needs, including boundaries, effective and appropriate communication strategies, concurrent disorders, substance abuse education, family dynamics, managing relapse prevention triggers and overcoming barriers to successful recovery. SRC’s program and results support programming from a minimum of 30 days to one year with a lifetime of alumni support programs and the ability to participate, communicate and connect through the app SRC Alumni available on all application platforms.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were approximately 107,622 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2021, the highest level ever recorded in the country’s history. The majority of these deaths were caused by fentanyl.
The Scottsdale Recovery Center continues to be a beacon of healing and hope for those struggling with addiction, providing support and education to their families and a lifeline of services to the community in which they live. SRC operates at six locations in the greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area and helps anyone 18 and older struggling with addiction.
SRC is looking for talented people who are passionate about helping people with substance use disorders. If you are interested in joining our team, please call 602-346-9142 or visit scottsdalerecovery.com/work-with-us/.
For more information on SRC’s services, please visit ScottsdaleRecovery.com or follow the center on Facebook.com/ScottsdaleRecovery and Instagram.com/ScottsdaleRecoveryCenter.
About Scottsdale Recovery Center
Since 2009, the Scottsdale Recovery Center has served the needs of local and national people looking for an effective solution to eliminate active alcohol, opioids, cocaine and other addictions in order to enjoy the benefits of a life without dope. With six facilities in the greater Phoenix – Scottsdale area, SRC continues to set the standard for drug addiction, inpatient, intensive outpatient and sober living services. Scottsdale Recovery Center is a trusted resource, locally and nationally, for the public, healthcare providers and the media seeking knowledge to support their investigations and educate the addiction industry needed to save Lives. Visit Scottsdale Recovery Center for more information or call 1-888-NODRUGS.
Note: The information contained herein is NOT intended to be considered medical advice. No therapeutic or medical claims are implied or made. Before beginning any addiction treatment, detoxification or recovery program, please consult with a medical professional. DO NOT CHANGE ANY MEDICAL TREATMENT OR DRUG USE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM AN APPROVED MEDICAL CARE PROVIDER. The information contained herein is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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