Here at Desert View Recovery, you’re more than just a number. We treat you like family from the moment you walk through our doors. Each person’s unique struggle with substance abuse is different, so why should treatment have a cookie-cutter approach? Our highly experienced clinicians will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan based on your mental and physical state as well as your history with substance abuse.
Your plan will include some of the many modalities offered across our levels of care. While it’s true that the more time you spend in intensive treatment, the better your chances of avoiding relapse. We also know that not everyone can put their lives on hold for treatment. That’s why we have a range of levels to provide a level of flexibility and allow us to meet you where you are on your journey.
Because we are an outpatient center, you won’t need to live at our facility for treatment. Instead, you can attend treatment while still living at home. However, home can sometimes be a difficult place for those who are struggling with substance abuse to return to. For this reason, we offer a supportive living service called Desert View Recovery Community, which is a living facility for our clients that is substance-free, monitored, and allows you to practice some of your life skills in a secure environment away from the relapse triggers that may be waiting at home.
Our partial hospitalization program, or PHP, is our most intensive level of treatment. At this level, you will spend at least 20 hours per week in therapy sessions at the facility while being able to return home each evening. We also provide a supportive living option so that you can live in a clean and safe place while participating in daily therapy.
The intensive outpatient program (IOP), is similar to a PHP in that you will be able to live at home or in a supportive living facility while going to treatment at the facility. However, this is slightly less intensive with a minimum of nine hours per week in therapy. At this point, our therapists and counselors will start to help you make the transition back into everyday life.
During outpatient treatment, you will have access to the same therapies and options from PHP and IOP, but you will only need to go to treatment for fewer than nine hours per week. You’ll be working with your clinicians to develop life skills, cope with relapse triggers, and start rebuilding your social equity by mending relationships and finding meaningful employment.