Continuum Drug Addiction Treatment Center their drug treatment center Phoenix’s mission is to give a quality of continuum care for complete drug and alcohol treatment, outpatient rehab and other related services, in a safe atmosphere for those struggling with addiction. Their priority is patient care and to be recognized as a company of dedication, honesty, integrity, and service. They focus on a commitment to excellence.
To provide the still suffering addict, seeking permanent recovery, the most complete, well rounded and caring long-term treatment in the Nation. To teach and empower families affected by addiction, with the purpose of reuniting them with their loved ones, leading them on a path of harmony, peace and well-balanced life.
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We do prohibit certain items and have strict rules. We do so to ensure your safety and to create the best environment for your recovery. The following items are banned:
- Drugs and alcohol
- Narcotics or prohibited prescriptions
- Weapons (guns, knives, scissors, sharp objects, etc.)
- Toiletries and beauty products that contain alcohol (mouthwash, perfume, etc.)
- Unapproved or previously opened OTC medications
- Nail polish, polish remover or synthetic nail related products
- Video games and DVDs
- Sporting equipment
- Revealing clothing (tank tops, sleeveless shirts, midriff-bearing tops, etc.)
- Cleaning supplies (bleach, ammonia, etc.)
- Electronics (televisions, gaming consoles, etc.)
- Games and playing cards
- Candles and incense
- Clothing with profanity or references to drugs, alcohol or violence
- A list of names, addresses and phone numbers of those you wish to have involved in your treatment (loved ones, healthcare professionals, 12 step sponsors, etc.).
- Jewelry that you wear every day and consider to be a necessity, like your wedding ring or a watch. Otherwise, leave valuable items at home.
- Your current prescription medication in the original pharmacy bottle with the information label intact. Any liquid medications must be new and sealed. You should also bring a list of all your medications and dosages.
- A small amount of cash ($50 to $100 in smaller bills for store runs, vending machines, etc.).
- Your checkbook, credit card or debit card to pay for treatment medications.
- Your insurance cards and a form of identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.).
- A notebook or journal.
- Stamps and envelopes if you wish to mail letters.
- Pictures of your loved ones to keep in your room or wallet.
- We will provide reading materials for you. If you want to bring your own, they’re required to be recovery, self-help or spiritually oriented. TIP: bring paperback books as they’re easier to carry around than hardcovers.