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Rural Stabilization & Recovery Units (SRU’s)

Outpatient Behavioral Health Programs

CBI operates six Level IV licensed facilities in Cochise, Gila, Pinal, and Navajo Counties to provide the following services:

CBI’s numerous outpatient programs provide substance abuse and mental health treatment for men and women throughout Arizona. All of our programs provide Best Practice behavioral and cognitive modalities.

East Valley Access Point & Transition Point Facility in Mesa

East and West Valley Access Point & Transition Point Access Point Intake & Assessment – A front door to the behavioral health system offering assessment for ongoing services, brief intervention, and coordination of care through contracted network providers. Transition Point Level III time-limited residential (3-5 days) – 16 beds for individuals (18 and older) who need targeted overnight support or planning for transition back to the community.


• Crisis intervention, triage, stabilization & short-term recovery services (three-five days) • Peer support & community-based outreach • Counseling services, transition & referral • Continuing care & family support programs

SRU’s are located in: Benson • Casa Grande • Globe Holbrook • Winslow • Payson

The following services are available: • Substance use disorder treatment and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), including outpatient detoxification and addiction-based pharmacotherapies* • Mental health treatment & MAT* • Intensive & standard outpatient counseling • Recovery support groups • Specialized peer support & outreach teams, including Crisis and H3 Navigators • Family support programs * Some services provided via Telemed

CBI outpatient facilities are located in: Benson • Casa Grande • Globe • Gilbert Winslow • Yuma • Phoenix

Crisis Stabilization & Medical Detoxification Programs

CBI operates three Level I facilities located in Mesa and Phoenix: • Arizona Bridge to Recovery (ABR) • East Valley Addiction Recovery Center (EVARC) • Central City Addiction Recovery Center (CCARC)

In Phoenix:

SRU and Outpatient Facility in Casa Grande

The Center for Hope for Women, Infants & Children The Center for Hope (CFH) is a unique and nationally recognized program that provides housing and treatment services to pregnant and parenting women. CFH offers long-term support and residential services to pregnant women in need of a safe and structured environment to address their physical, mental, and emotional health needs. CFH offers group and individual counseling, parenting programs, relapse prevention, job skills training, housing, family counseling, and an on-site child development center for toddlers and infants.

Eligibility for women’s services at CFH: Be 18 years of age or older Be pregnant Have a history of substance abuse Be willing to commit to a long-term program

Center for Excellence

Crisis stabilization services are emergency interventions that can last up to 23 hours. Services include medically monitored stabilization, triage, evaluation, assessment, and transitional services for adults experiencing a substance or co-morbid related crisis. Our inpatient medical detoxification centers utilize physiciandirected protocols that are administered by licensed medical practitioners and supported by our entire clinical team of registered nurses (RN), clinicians, behavioral health specialists, peer support specialists, and transition coordinators.

Center for Hope Facility

Residential Treatment CBI operates Level II residential programs located in Yuma and Benson to provide psychiatric, co-occurring, and substance use disorder treatment services including: • • • •

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Brief Intervention Program (BIP) Counseling & peer support services Transition, referral & continuing care

Lodestar Day Resource Center (LDRC) Counseling services for homeless & transitioning adults

Winslow Payson Glendale Phoenix Yuma



Casa Grande Benson

Steele Commons Long-term housing program in partnership with Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

An Outpatient Program for Women

ASPIRE offers group and individual counseling, an on-site child care room, and a career center. Our program model utilizes best practice interventions specifically designed to address common barriers women face in recovery. The CFH’s continuing care program also operates from this location providing group and individual counseling, intensive case management for alumni, affordable housing, and rental assistance to qualifying families.

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