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Casa de Amigas

Casa De Amigas is a 30-day residential drug and alcohol treatment program for women, and can offer education about the recovery process and how to prevent relapses. Anger management and family therapy are also provided, along with information on nutrition and enhancing individual life skills.

A Spanish-speaking rehab center created for Phoenix residents who cannot speak English.  Language is key to proper rehabilitation.  The Casa de Amigas provides inpatient and outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation to Spanish-Americans and Mexican-Americans.  The facility also accepts English-speaking clients.

Located on a small, quiet campus in central Phoenix, New Casa de Amigas (Casa) is a residential treatment center for women dealing with substance abuse dependence. Casa's purpose is to address women's chemical (drug) problems and related issues by empowering them to reclaim and redevelop their lives. Casa de Amigas recognizes that each woman must choose recovery “for” herself, but will also find it difficult to attain “by” herself.

Casa de Amigas is a Spanish-speaking friendly inpatient, residential, drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehab program, and recovery organization.  The facility engages Spanish speaking addicts in both detoxification and rehabilitation alike.  The program offers inpatient services of both a short term and a long term nature, depending on the individual addict’s needs and wants.  The Casa de Amigas is able to accept pregnant and postpartum women, as well as women who have suffered from intensive violence and upset.  The program also offers sober living and half way houses for graduated clients too.

Casa De Amigas is a 30-day residential drug and alcohol treatment program for women, and can offer education about the recovery process and how to prevent relapses. Anger management and family therapy are also provided, along with information on nutrition and enhancing individual life skills.

A Spanish-speaking rehab center created for Phoenix residents who cannot speak English.  Language is key to proper rehabilitation.  The Casa de Amigas provides inpatient and outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation to Spanish-Americans and Mexican-Americans.  The facility also accepts English-speaking clients.

Located on a small, quiet campus in central Phoenix, New Casa de Amigas (Casa) is a residential treatment center for women dealing with substance abuse dependence. Casa's purpose is to address women's chemical (drug) problems and related issues by empowering them to reclaim and redevelop their lives. Casa de Amigas recognizes that each woman must choose recovery “for” herself, but will also find it difficult to attain “by” herself.

Casa de Amigas is a Spanish-speaking friendly inpatient, residential, drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehab program, and recovery organization.  The facility engages Spanish speaking addicts in both detoxification and rehabilitation alike.  The program offers inpatient services of both a short term and a long term nature, depending on the individual addict’s needs and wants.  The Casa de Amigas is able to accept pregnant and postpartum women, as well as women who have suffered from intensive violence and upset.  The program also offers sober living and half way houses for graduated clients too.

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  • 1648 West Colter Street Suite 8
  • Phoenix
  • AZ
  • 85015
  • United States

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Casa de Amigas

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention | Sober Living

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)

Arizona Family Services

Pregnant women

Phoenix

Phoenix 12-Step | Phoenix Residential Short-Term

Arizona Treatments by Gender and Age

Women

Arizona Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Twelve Steps | Substance Abuse Treatment

Arizona Counties

Maricopa County

Arizona Cities

Phoenix

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