This facility is decent, I would not really recommend it to anyone I know. Lots of messed up and canceled appointments, understaffed. By far the worst thing about this place is a 'therapist' named BRENDA. She speaks to wemon in her 'group' like they are misfit children. She is very unprofessional in the way she speaks and she is very biased and she voices it. If you are in a crisis or need some help, you better pray they don't assign you to Brenda, you are out of luck. She definitely lost all of my trust and I would never go back to that facility. I would rather try and make it on my own then asking for help from this place.
Horizon Human Service operates a 30 day, Level II 24-hour supervised residential facility for individuals with substance abuse diagnoses and individuals identified with co-occurring mental health disorders. For the men and women entering residential treatment, their evidenced based program, Living In Balance, will offer a curriculum that will assist them in identifying addictive thinking and behaviors. It will teach them new adaptive coping and social skills, help change their lifestyles, access community resources to establish support networks and help them to accomplish their individual service and treatment plan goals. There is a swimming pool and workout area on the property. Substance-free activities and community outings are regularly scheduled. Services include family therapy, case management, and aftercare. Participants are encouraged to take part in family, group,
community activities in order to promote community integration. Community self help groups are held at the facility and attended by participants in the community. Horizon Health and Wellness also offers crisis and psychiatric services as well as referral services. Referrals come primarily from providers within the scope of services of the Regional Behavioral Health Authority, and may come from multiple referral sources throughout the state of Arizona. Admission is dependent on the available space and availability of funding sources. The program is licensed to serve a capacity of 10 individuals. Participants are eligible for admission after a screening conducted by program staff. Criteria for admission includes, Medical necessity for 24-hour supervision, a minimum of 72 hours free from all substances, medical stability, psychiatric stability.