When it comes to addiction, every person’s journey to recovery is unique. Everyone has different needs. For some, having less structure and supervision allows them to implement their new life skills quickly. For others, however, residential treatment is necessary.

Residential treatment will give you the supervision and care you need to make your recovery long-lasting.

What is Residential Treatment?

Residential treatment, otherwise known as inpatient treatment, is a program where you temporarily live at our facility. During your stay, you will be able to engage in our broad range of therapies and activities. A long term residence usually lasts anywhere from 30 to 90 days, although we have some people stay longer.

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The purpose of a residential treatment center is that some people require a higher level of supervision and care. Addiction can take away your sense of self-control or agency. Addiction, by its very nature, attempts to render you incapable of maintaining change. We understand this struggle and are here to help. We will slowly ease you back into a place where you have self-control and independence. In the meantime, we will work with you to make sure you’re ready when that time comes. 

The journey to sobriety is not an easy road. Through accountability, supervision, holistic treatment, and quality therapy, residential treatment can jumpstart your journey towards recovery.

What Are My Therapy Options?

At Phoenix Rising, we offer you a large variety of therapy options. During your stay with us, you can decide which combination of therapies will work best for you. Here are a few of our options.

Dual Diagnosis: Dual diagnosis is the practice of identifying any co-occurring mental illnesses along with addiction. Addiction rarely happens in a vacuum. Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and others can all have a dangerous and complex synergy with substance use. Often, identifying the underlying issues to your struggle is a key part of healing.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: This form of evidence-driven psychotherapy dives into your thoughts and beliefs relating to your substance use. You have a web of feelings and connections that run between these influencers. Of course, understanding them can help you build healthy coping mechanisms.

Group Therapy: This form of psychotherapy involves a group of clients working with one or more therapists together. The group dynamic can be a great asset to someone in recovery. Seeing the similarities and differences in the struggles of your peers lets you see yourself with greater clarity.

Music and Art Therapy: These therapies use elements of creativity and art to help you heal. These forms of therapy are especially useful for those struggling with co-occurring mental illnesses.

Mindful Meditation: Meditation helps you learn to be ever-present in reality. It lets you learn who you are on a moment to moment basis. It helps you let go of the past and the future and focus on healing and balance.

What Addictions Does Phoenix Rising Treat? 

With so many drugs and just as many addictions, it may be challenging to find a treatment center to treat your addiction. Rest assured. We dedicate ourselves to working with people from every walk of life for a variety of addictions. Our treatment programs include: 

Alcohol Addiction: Our society glorifies the use of alcohol. As a result, 3.1 million young adults aged 18-25 had an alcohol addiction in 2017, and 11 million adults 26 older reported having an addiction to alcohol. That adds up to a whopping 14.1 million Americans who struggled with alcohol addiction. Because alcohol is such an accessible substance, we highly recommend a residential program for people struggling with alcohol addiction. This program will teach you coping mechanisms and stress relief strategies to help you avoid relapsing. 

Benzodiazepine addiction: If you struggle with notable impairment due to benzos, you are not alone. In 2018, SAMHSA reported 751,000 people had an addiction to benzos or other tranquilizer use disorder. That’s about .3% of the American population. Our residential benzos rehabilitation program can teach you how to get through the issues that led you to misuse tranquilizers in the first place.

Heroin addiction: While heroin use has been in the news for decades, thousands of Americans are still struggling with addiction. In 2018, around 526,000 people were addicted to heroin. Though getting free of heroin’s grip can be tricky, we will walk through your rehabilitation process with you, side by side, every step of the way.

Opiate and opioid addiction: The opioid crisis has been in the news a good deal recently, and for a good reason. Almost two million people were addicted to opioids in 2018, and the number has gone up since then. Doctors prescribe prescription drugs, such as fentanyl and other opioids far too often, and it is impossibly easy to get addicted. Our facility is committed to helping you get free of your addiction to live the life you were born to live.

Our drug addiction rehab centers give you the tools you need to change your life for the better. It won’t happen all at once. You will have to work for it. However, a new world awaits you on the other side. By combining a rehab center with a residential addiction program, you give yourself the best chance to get clean and end the abuse.




Those who are considering residential treatment should take note of our plethora of amenities. Specifically, we pride ourselves on being a high-end facility with a lot to offer our clients.

The entire facility is located on a ranch. This means that you are secluded from the outside world. It also means that we have on-site equine therapy. Our campus also allows you to separate your recovery from your routine life. It allows you to immerse yourself in a supportive, warm community.

We also have a number of ways for you to participate in physical activities. Our residential treatment center has a pool and jacuzzi. We also have an in-house gym that is completely at your disposal. Furthermore, we believe that fitness and physical health are a key part to recovery.

Recovery Begins with Phoenix Rising

When you’re ready to begin recovery with Phoenix Rising, take some time to look through our other options.

If you or a loved one is battling addiction, don’t wait to get them help! Finally, to learn more about residential treatment, call 855.232.8211 today! We are here to help you on your path to recovery.