Vogue Recovery Center Phoenix is a 36-bed residential therapy center for adult men and women (18+) whose primary diagnosis is substance abuse.
Because they are a 36-bed facility they are open to taking a wider range of policies, including those that would be unrealistic with a smaller capacity. In addition to giving evidence-based substance abuse treatment, they also offer a wide range of neurocognitive and naturopathic modalities. Family work is integrated from the beginning of treatment, either in-person, via telemedicine, or in roleplay work.
Clients attend with their therapist 2 times weekly and with their case manager two times per week. Each client will receive 4 hours of 1:1 time per week with a qualified behavioral health expert. They are creating a program that utilizes both social model interventions (practical life skills) with the more intensive clinical and neurocognitive adjunct therapies usually seen only at miniature concierge facilities.
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Family sessions are important at the later stages of the treatment program and can offer healing to all involved. Family sessions are conducted by the primary therapist and may include additional staff members.
Your departure plan is being designed as soon as you admit to treatment- it is a necessary part of your treatment plan. The staff will take into consideration all options when you transition from one level to the next and can prepare you for different choices regarding your after-care of residential treatment. If you stay after residential treatment and are in a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or outpatient program, it is likely that you can keep the same therapist and case manager.