REFLECTIONS IS A LICENSED TREATMENT CENTER THAT ACCEPTS MOST INSURANCE PLANS. CALL FOR HELP TODAY! (602) 339-0263
Early recovery is a difficult and emotional experience, especially within the first weeks of abstinence. Our system of care carefully addresses the individual needs of each client during this period while developing a comprehensive, amendable, and individualized treatment program for the duration of the client’s stay.
The caring and responsible Clinical Staff at Reflections Recovery Center helps each client safely and immediately assimilate into our therapeutic recovery community. This urgency on our behalf sets the individual up for the best possible success within a drug and alcohol treatment program.
Innovative clinical services that address the specific needs of each client are no longer just an option. We see them as a requirement in providing effective drug and alcohol rehab services. Our Prescott, Arizona drug treatment program is a fully licensed, accredited treatment center that works diligently to make each therapeutic experience creative and healing for the individual.
REFLECTIONS PROVIDES A POSITIVE TREATMENT EXPERIENCE FOR THOSE SEEKING HELP FOR ADDICTION. CALL (602) 339-0263
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US:
“My experience at RRC is it helped me become the man I thought was impossible.”
“I went to Reflections after three months at another treatment program in Prescott. My experience there was outstanding. The structured recovery and excellent leadership has added a new and powerful dimension to my exsisting program. I couldn’t have been happier with the choice I made.”
“I asked for help and ended up at Reflections Recovery. It is a safe place where I did a lot of work on myself in a short amount of time with a great bunch of guys.”
“When our son entered Reflections Recovery Center, we were not sure what to expect. But after several months into his stay we began to notice real changes in him. He is content, focused, understands the importance of sobriety, and puts his recovery first! Thank you!”