Steps to Recovery Homes Launches an Outpatient Treatment Services Center

Daulton VenglarSteps to Recovery Homes is launching an Outpatient Treatment Services at their New Healing Center. The hope is to be able to help the community with more treatment options. Spread the word. Assistance is available.

Weekly Therapy Schedule


Description of Services

Intake/Assessment and Referral:

The following are the steps you should expect when going through STRHS intake process for alcohol and illicit drug rehabilitation.

Speak to admission coordinator- During this process, the admission coordinator will gather some basic demographic information about you and the substance use problems for which you are seeking treatment.

Complete the screening process- Screening collects self-report information and is utilized as a measure to test for specific psychological disorders, substance use and addiction. The screening process is completed with the admission coordinator to determine the proper level of treatment needed on an individual basis.

Participate in Medical and Mental Health Assessments- STRHS provides licensed clinical staff and a medical provider to ensure safety of the client served. A Biopsychosocial Assessment is completed with the clinician and the client. This process collects data to create a treatment plan and establish attainable goals. In addition, the Biopsychosocial assessment will identify if a substance issue co-occurs with a mental health issue. A doctor will perform a medical assessment at intake to assess an individual’s overall health and to determine if any co-occurring medical issues are present.  An admissions packet will be completed to include Consent to Treatment, Release of Information forms, Client Rights, HIPPA, Privacy Notice …..

Learn about the Treatment Program- STRHS IOP Model

Program Assignment- Clients will obtain a schedule that suits their needs and receive a start date to the program (Attendance and full engagement is required for all IOP sessions).

Primary Services of IOP:

  • Psychoeducation
  • Counseling therapy sessions (group, individual and family)
  • Peer Support group sessions (12-step programs, other community support groups)
  • Substance intake monitoring (Alcohol, and Illicit drugs)
  • Life Skills Training
  • Socialization
  • Case Management
  • Access to medical and mental health services
  • Complementary therapies (art, music, adventure, meditation, equine therapy…)
  • Nutrition advisory
  • Physical Fitness services
  • Vocational training and education (workforce program)

The primary goal of the IOP is to provide opportunities to guide clients through early recovery into sustainable recovery. IOP builds life skills via onsite sessions to learn and practice prevention skills and train clients in life skills to thrive in life. STRHS programs offer treatment while having the flexibility and freedom to live and work in the community. STRHS promotes and assists clients to establish and involve a sober support system to maintain a recovery lifestyle.

Goals of Life Skills Training:

Practicing Self-care- Teaching clients to make time for regular exercise, personal hobbies, and meditation help to maintain balance in life

Planning and cooking nutritious meals- Regular eating of nutritious meals can help the body recover from harmful effects of substance abuse

Setting and achieving personal goals- goal setting helps the healing process, increases self-efficacy, and requires self-examination.

Maintaining a clean-living space- A clean environment promotes feelings of safety, security, and comfort while also improving personal hygiene

Managing finances- money can be a powerful trigger but saving and spending money wisely can help reduce stress and sustain sobriety

Building healthy relationships- Relationships built on honesty, trust and healthy boundaries reinforce sobriety, even in stressful times.

Managing time responsibly- Effective time management increases efficiency, reduces boredom and anxiety, and provides a sense of fulfillment

Finding and maintaining employment Sustainable employment in recovery is essential for rebuilding confidence, achieving goals, and paying off debt.

Providing tangible tools to prioritize and make healthy decisions in life – Having tools to deal with life situations when they come in a healthy way is essential.

Service and Support – Being of service is a key element in fostering sobriety and maintaining it. Getting a healthy support group is a cornerstone of the foundation you are building to be content and enjoy life.

Complementary Groups and Events:

Equine therapy

Wilderness/ Recreation Events



Out of Africa


12 Step Events

Meditation Groups

Art Therapy


Life Skills Training

Job Development

Therapeutic Groups and Individual Therapy:

  • Relapse Prevention Groups
  • Brief Focused Interventions through Planned Short term Psychotherapy
  • Family Education Groups
  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Depression and Anxiety
  • DBT (Dialectic Behavioral therapy)
  • Anger Management
  • Anger, Rage and Trauma Treatment
  • Matrix IOP
  • SADPERSONS and other Suicide Evaluations
  • Grief Counseling
  • Crisis Intervention
  • DUI Level I and II Education and Treatment (Coming Soon)
  • Non-Domestic Violence (Coming Soon)
  • Conflict Resolution
  • MI (Motivation Interviewing)
  • PTSD Treatment


steps-to-recovery-homesSteps to Recovery Homes

637 N Main St Ste 1A, Cottonwood, AZ 86326

(928) 649-0077