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New Arizona Family Highland

4201 N 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ - 85016
(602) 248-7993
Sliding Scale Service

Residential general mental health and substance abuse program for indigent and low-income men. Continuum of care includes: residential services, mental health symptom management, relapse prevention, individual and group counseling, substance abuse, health and wellness, referral services, support groups, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, family education, housing referrals, stress management, programs geared toward a healthy and self-sufficient life, independent living skills Programs include individualized treatment and supportive services. Comprehensive service plans target a variety of interrelated areas that facilitate the ability to be an active member of the community. Supportive services include: screening pre-admission assessment psychiatric/medication servicessubstance abuse treatmentgroup therapyaftercare community referralshousing assistanceRecovery services include: group and individual counseling, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, family involvement, assistance in self-administration of medication, independent living skills. Hours:24-hours Program Fees:Sliding scale Languages:    English, Spanish Eligibility:     Male adults age 18 and older who have a substance abuse diagnosis. No medical condition that requires more than reasonable accommodations. Intake Process:     Call

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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?
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2019-04-10 21:59:42heroin 3 years
2019-09-16 19:00:53Shooting meth, I was recommended to go to the Maverick house, by several friends of friends in AZ, that have had a successful outcome. My name is Chris Glenn and I am 47 years old and my own father doesn't or has never supported anything about me my entire life.

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2019-04-10 21:59:42yes, Maverick House, it was pretty good, no pay, they took AHCCS
2019-09-16 19:00:53No this is the 1st time ever, I had insurance with my job which I left at the end of August, in supposed to be insured for the next 30 days but unfortunately I have nothing now last use was Wednesday or Thursday this past week

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2019-04-10 21:59:42I do other drugs fentanyl and meth- I have G.A.D
2019-09-16 19:00:53My ex got me started and then I needed it everyday. She also cleaned me out of finances ext, in Kansas. I called some old friends from Arizona and they sent me 2 referrals immediately, so my family uncle in Kansas gave me 200 to get here and I drove for a whole day.pp I got in my Shooting meth in my arms for over 2-2 1/2 years

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2019-09-16 19:00:53No never


2019-10-12 00:19:41

Thank you. ld like to schedule an assessment for inpatient treatment right away I have Banner United insurance through AHCCCS. I am 26 and have been addicted to opiates for at least four years now and need to quit and Am now court ordered to do a 60 day inpatient treatment and then four months of intensive outpatient treatment afterwards.

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