We’re Here to HelpMaking the decision to get help can be difficult, and we understand this. That’s why we make our admissions process as easy as possible. Our admissions staff have spoken to thousands of individuals and are happy to answer any questions that you might have about our program.
- Confidential Assessment: Speak with one of our admissions specialists so that we may get a better understanding of what you or your loved one are struggling with.
- Insurance Verification: Our insurance verification only takes a few moments. We accept AIHP (American Indian Health Plan) AHCCCS Medicaid insurance and private pay.
- Schedule Intake: Once you or your loved one feel comfortable with our program and are ready to admit to treatment, we will either schedule an arrival time at our clinic or set up transportation to pick up the individual and escort them to treatment.
We admit adults over the age of 18 who meet criteria for a substance use disorder and has AIHP insurance. We do accept guests who have been court-referred by law enforcement.
- Casual, Comfortable Clothes: Our atmosphere is casual and comfortable.
- Personal Hygiene Items: Pack your toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, and shampoo, etc.
- Prescription Medications: Pack your medications (in the original bottle with doctor prescribed protocol).
- Small Free Time Activities: We have many opportunities for you to exercise and get to know others in recovery, but feel free to pack a good book or some small games.
Sunrise Native Recovery runs a three and six month treatment program.
A family’s role in addiction treatment is often essential to your long-term recovery. Having a support network provides many benefits for addiction recovery. Visitation arrangements are typically be made through communication with your therapist. Family therapy sessions allow family members to come to the facility and participate in counseling with you.
Personal computers and cell phones are typically not permitted during treatment. However, your therapist will coordinate the use of electronic equipment during your treatment stay.