Calvary Healing Center has been a leader in the field since 1964, offering a full continuum of care in a safe, compassionate environment. Calvary’s affordable, proven treatment programs address the practical, physical and spiritual aspects of addiction, setting the stage for long-term recovery. All counselors are master’s level, state licensed therapists, and Calvary’s treatment team consists of caring, compassionate staff that present an ideal environment for breaking the bondage of dependency.

We have three locations in Phoenix, Arizona, providing residential and outpatient addiction treatment for adults 18 and over in a desert landscape that is the perfect place to help promote healing. Our main location offers residential treatment on a 2.5-acre campus that and includes a pool, volleyball and horseshoes. Other services include Medical Detox, a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and optional pastoral counseling. We also offer holistic treatment such as yoga, art, and music.

Calvary’s Addiction Beliefs

We believe addiction is a chronic and progressive disease that affects the whole person: physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Calvary Healing Center also believes that chemical dependency is a family disease because family members and significant others are affected by a loved one’s addiction. With those beliefs in mind, we educate our patients on the following:

  • Healthy communication
  • Family roles
  • Coping skills
  • Resolving conflict
  • Issues of trust and forgiveness

Calvary Center’s Treatment

Residential treatment is often the most effective approach for a person struggling with substance abuse, but it’s not the right fit for everyone at every stage of treatment. In addition to our residential program, Calvary offers outpatient programs in three locations around Phoenix. We can also provide Medical Detox and Partial Hospitalization for those who need them. In addition, we are committed to long-term follow-up care and work to connect patients with resources in their local communities, which is essential for continuous recovery.

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