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Prescott House

Residential Treatment Center

Prescott House Program Information

Gender: Male Only
Ages: 18+
Grades: 3 to 12
Estimated Enrollment: 36
Length of Stay:
Program was founded in: 1987
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Prescott House Contact Information

214 North Arizona Ave
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: (866) 425-HOPE
Fax: (928) 771-2024
School Contact: David Frey
Alternative Contact: Mark McGuiness
Therapy Provided?: Yes

Program Description:

Since 1987 Prescott House has fostered a sense of community in a group of men who typically have destroyed relationships, lives, careers, and opportunity by going at life alone, addicted, wounded and hurtful.

We have developed a program and a process rooted in the principles of the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We provide an intensive, nurturing and confrontational environment that allows men to feel the emotional safety they need to address and confront the issues that have often been buried in a lifetime of denial and abuse.

Prescott House, Inc. is an Arizona state licensed, extended care treatment facility for men who need further treatment beyond primary inpatient treatment for a wide range of personal issues. We offer a supportive environment that embraces the principles of 12-Step programs to treat alcoholism and other drug addictions, PTSD, codependency, sexual recovery, adult children of alcoholics, self esteem issues, severe entitlement, relapse prevention, depression, gambling issues and dual diagnosis including: depression ADD, ADHD, Bi-Polar Disorder and Anxiety.

Who Can Benefit From Extended Care at Prescott House?

-The man who needs a gender specific environment in early recovery.

-The client who needs to get out of his old using environment and into a strong recovery-based location without his usual triggers and distractions.

-The man with multiple issues and addictions who needs longer term care.

-The chronic relapser who needs something different of for a longer period of time.

-The individual who repeatedly gets into unhealthy relationships, or can no longer manage the dysfunction of his primary relationship.

-The man whose family enmeshment issues have led to severe entitlement.

-The dual-diagnosis client who can't possibly get stabilized and begin solid recovery in only 4-6 weeks.

-The client who has been through multiple treatment centers, knows all the right things to say and needs to be challenged to change his behavior over time, not just his vocabulary.

Prescott House is a residential extended care treatment facility for men. Our primary function is to provide intensive treatment for recovery from addictions and other life problems. Prescott House provides the client with professional therapy and education, enhancing the client’s personal growth and involvement in a supportive 12-step community. The therapeutic model is community based, extremely eclectic and based on focused experiential group therapy as well as individual work with a primary therapist.

At Prescott House, we believe in recovery of the spirit, mind and body. Prescott House asks the client to use recovery tools and the supportive community to nurture growth and recovery. Boundary development and improved interpersonal skills are key elements in our program. They allow us to confront old behavior and provide a model for new ways to live.

The Foundation of our philosophy is based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-step programs.

We are located in the mountains of northern Arizona. Prescott is a small mountain town of 30,000 residents and a great recovery community that hosts nearly 200 12-step meetings a week. Since 1988 we have served the recovery community with an intensive therapeutic program that has helped hundreds of men live life differently. Many of those men still live in Prescott today and are a great example to our current clients, providing guidance and mentorship.

Completion of our program has always been based on the willingness of each client to grow to a level of acceptance that allows him to take suggestion and change his behavior with the help of a supportive network of peers and professionals that have his best interest at heart.

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