Step Two Recovery Center is an 8 bed Level 4 Transitional Facility licensed by the Arizona Office of Behavioral Health Licensure.
STRC is designed to provide temporary housing for teenagers ages 13 through 17 who are in need of a safe, supportive, twelve-step oriented environment while they are enrolled in intensive out-patient treatment. Pathway Drug Abuse Program provides outpatient services under contract. The Arizona Office of Behavioral Health Licensure also licenses Pathway.
The goal of STRC is to provide an environment, which supports the client, the client’s family, and the intensive-outpatient treatment team in achieving goals related to the client’s integration into the recovering community. This is accomplished through the provision of a program that includes regular attendance of 12 step support group meetings, attendance of sober social functions, and the provision of recovery related books, audio tapes, video tapes, and freedom from communication or influence from drug abusing peers.
In short, STRC separates the client from the drug subculture and provides supervision, guidance, and support that enable the client to become a functioning member of a twelve-step support group.
Clients of STRC include teenagers from the ages of 13 through 17. Clients at Step Two are supervised 24 hours a day. The length of stay at Step Two is 45 days.
Step One is a half way house designed to provide temporary housing for adults who are in need of a safe and supportive twelve step environment while enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment. Step One does not provide counseling or treatment services but requires its clients to be in treatment while in residence.
The goal of Step One is to provide an environment, which supports the client’s integration into the recovering community as a primary means of support. Residence at Step One is available for up to 12 weeks. While at Step One clients commit to being enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment, regular attendance at twelve step support group meetings, and regular attendance at sober social functions.
The minimum age for clients at Step One is 18. Any client admitted into Step One must be deemed appropriate by the staff. Step One will not admit anyone who is acutely suicidal, homicidal, at risk for AWOL, or are in need of detoxification. Step One also will not admit anyone who is need of acute medical or psychiatric care.