Our Approach

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At Phoenix Life Centers, we believe addiction is a disease, but recovery is a lifestyle.

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We use our collective experience to empower people to not simply live a life in recovery but to experience their personal strengths to fuel a better, healthier, more purposeful life. Our goal is to provide accessible, personalized care that is designed to address the individual needs of each and every patient and help improve how they think, feel, behave, and live.

Strength > Addiction

We have reimagined and modernized clinical care for people with substance use disorder. Our approach is rooted in evidence-based treatment, designed to deliver a superior level of care. Through our strengths assessment, we help our patients identify their own, individual strengths as key elements to provide support in their recovery. We use motivational therapies to help them better manage the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of addiction. We are committed to providing the highest quality care in a safe and empowering environment.

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Your Mind Balanced

Helping to repair and stabilize the emotional health of our patients is a vital part of our approach to treatment. We provide targeted individual therapies and medication to treat psychological and physiological diagnoses as part of our integrated and personalized addiction treatment methodology.

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Your Body Stronger

Personal health and wellness is a vital part of day-to-day life in treatment. We provide personal fitness and nutrition programs designed to reduce cravings and anxiety and to assist in overall mood improvement. Incorporating a fitness routine and a nutrient filled diet also provides our patients with a platform for a healthier lifestyle in their lives after treatment.

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Your Life Better

Through targeted, strength-based therapy and creative expression programs we help our patients live a more purposeful life. We facilitate peer recovery programs that enable smaller group therapy sessions with like-minded individuals, allowing for a more optimal support structure through the recovery process.

No element of treatment stands by itself: body, mind, and emotional aspects of therapy work together, forming a solution for the complete person. Ultimately, we operate under the philosophy that people can maximize their personal, internal, and relational strengths. We remind them how to tap into those strengths as we give them the tools they need to live their lives unaddicted.

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