Residential Treatment for Substance Use
Residential treatment provides substance use and co-occurring treatment services focusing on the integration of mind, body and spirit. Native American Connections’ clinical services are holistic, strengths-based and culturally responsive. Native American traditional healing anchors evidence-based practices, creating a pathway to hope, wellness, and an improved quality of life. During their stay, clients will participate in:
- Sweat lodges
- Talking circle
- Songs and drumming
- Red Road teachings
- Native crafts, storytelling, and cultural presentations
- Individual, family, and group education
- Life skills and health education
- Family reunification
- Parenting, healthy, relationships, domestic violence education
- Medical and medication services
- 12 step and recovery support meetings
NAC operates Patina Wellness Center for women and families and their dependent children ages birth to 5 years and Patina Mountain Preserve Wellness Center for men. These programs are for adults 18 and older. Check out this overview of NAC's Wellness Centers and explore their pages to learn more about our residential treatment programs.
- 70 residential substance use treatment beds for adult women
- On-site childcare for children birth to five years of age
- Specialized services for pregnant and post-partum women
- 48 residential substance use treatment beds for adult men
- Located on the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and includes specialized services incorporating the environment and wilderness activities
Reach out to our team with the form linked below. We will respond promptly to provide the information necessary to get started with services.
If you have questions or concerns, reach out to us at 602-424-2060 or email@example.com to have our intake staff help you.
Intake assessments are offered in-person by appointment or walk-in, by phone, or telehealth. Our team will coordinate with you to provide the best method of meeting. See our Outpatient Treatment Center information for hours of operation.
Members of tribal communities interested in developing a referral program may call us at 602-254-3247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.