CBI operates three residential programs, located at the Yuma Lighthouse, Benson Desert Sunrise facilities and the Al Long Residential in Holbrook.
Services generally last from 14-60 days based on on-going assessment of the needs of the participant. Our residential programs are fully integrated (medical, psychiatric and substance abuse), designed to ensure that patients are appropriately assessed, engaged in therapeutic programming and provided a safe environment for the development and practice of healthy coping skills.
The Yuma Lighthouse can serve up to 24 individuals, Benson Desert Sunrise has the capacity to serve 12 adults at any given time and Al Long Residential can serve 16 adult males. Al Long also offers programming specific to our Native American northern communities, including staff who have been deemed fluent in the Navajo and Hopi language. The Level II Residential Programs utilize several evidence-based practices in addressing substance and mental health issues to maximize the success potential of each participant in achieving long-term recovery.
- Group, Individual and Family Therapy
- Life Skills & Relapse Prevention Groups
- Ambulatory Detoxification
- Addiction Medication
- Urgent Psychiatric Assessment
- Transition to Outpatient Medicated
- Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Medical and/or Psychiatric Bridge Scripting
- Peer Support
- Referral and Placement
- Comprehensive Discharge Planning
Talk to a live person now, call the 24/7 Peer Access to Care Line 877-931-9142.
You can describe your unique needs and ask your specific questions.