WHO WE ARE
Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center was founded over ten years ago in Arizona. Since then, we’ve used our extensive experience to provide our clients with effective dual diagnosis treatment programs. Our dedicated team of specialists includes Masters-level therapists, psychiatrists, and other experienced individuals. With sober living homes, enjoyable hobbies, and healthy activities, we are uniquely situated to treat substance abuse and mental illness with kindness and compassion. Learn more about our addiction treatment center by calling us today.
Addiction Treatment Center Programs
At our addiction treatment center, our priority is our relationship with you and tailoring to your individual needs. We help you achieve lifelong recovery with our evidence-based treatment programs, upscale sober living homes, and pleasant, healthy activities. When you come to our addiction treatment center, you can get hope, sobriety, and a new way of life. Learn more by calling our experts today.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“My life today is rewarding, and I show up for it each day. Going back to college is a reality today. I choose to stick around Prescott, because of the young people in this recovering community. I see others in recovery on campus and know that none of this would have happened without Viewpoint’s dual recovery program, the compassionate staff and hard work.”
“I came to Viewpoint at 65 years old and most of the other clients were half my age. We all got along great and the program was strong. The groups were excellent and diversified. I would recommend Viewpoint for anyone who is serious about recovery.”
“Viewpoint changed my life. They taught me coping skills for life. The program is individualized. They not only addressed my addiction but also treated my mind, body & spirit.”
A DUAL APPROACH
What is Dual Recovery?
Many cases of substance abuse are accompanied by an underlying mental health issue that feeds the addiction. These most commonly include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. “Dual recovery” refers to the idea that an individual suffering from both can only successfully heal when both conditions are treated simultaneously.