One of Arizona’s leading drug and alcohol addiction recovery centers, The River Source, has announced the creation of an all-new residential treatment program that specifically caters to women. The new program will be located in downtown Mesa, Arizona, the third-largest city in the state.
“We’re excited to offer our unique model of healing to an exclusively female audience,” The River Source CEO Phill Westbrooks said. “Studies show that women are more likely to complete a treatment program within a single-gender environment. Plus, this program will allow us to provide some services that aren’t available at our co-ed adult residential facility in Arizona City.”
In addition to integrative medical detox and holistic therapy services, the new program for women 18 years and older will include accommodations for pregnant mothers, as well as couples treatment and family therapy sessions. The women-only compound in Mesa features such amenities as a yoga ramada, dry sauna, basketball hoop, outdoor fire pit, lounge area with television, quiet seating areas and beautiful desert landscaping.
“We chose the Mesa location because of its year-round warm weather, sunny skies and great views of the nearby mountains,” Westbrooks said. “Hiking excursions will be offered as part of our holistic therapy services since exercise is a key component of healing and recovery.”
The River Source accepts clients who live in Arizona and all over the nation, offering customized recovery plans and the ability to treat co-occurring disorders. Located roughly 20 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, the new women’s program will house clients for up to 90 days. The River Source also offers a recovery guarantee, meaning if any client completes 90 consecutive days of inpatient treatment or the Full Continuum of Care and relapses within one year, they can return to The River Source for additional treatment free of charge.
Founded in 2003, The River Source also boasts a co-ed residential treatment facility in Arizona City (about an hour’s drive from the women’s facility) and an intensive outpatient center near downtown Mesa.