Canyon Vista Recovery Center is an Arizona Drug and Alcohol Treatment program focused on treating the individual, not just the diagnosis. Our approach combines clinical, psychiatric, medical, and holistic approaches to treat our guests. During your time with us, you will learn valuable tools to help you navigate a life of recovery and will gain the support you need to find your new life.
Our Comprehensive Clinical Program is Designed to Help You Heal
Our clinical program will help you to learn new life skills, build self-esteem, and start to repair the damage caused by addictive behaviors. You will engage in a variety of therapeutic techniques that allow you to begin the work of addressing the issues that played a role in your substance use and self-defeating behaviors. You will experience evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness techniques that will help you begin the healing process, preparing you for long-term sobriety and success.
At Canyon Vista, we are pleased to offer our residents “Cuisine for Recovery” from award-winning chef Michael Compean. Michael has appeared on the Food Network’s Chopped and has more than 20 years experience as a celebrated chef. At Canyon Vista, he puts a special focus on foods for recovery, ensuring that clients receive the nutritional balance they need to improve their health and mind. Healthy nutrition is an essential part of the healing process.
We believe recovery is a group effort. The families of addicted loved ones are often wounded during the addiction and need their own time to heal. We offer individual sessions with your loved one and their primary therapist. The goal is to help the family understand addiction and understand how to best support them through the recovery process. We also will provide you with the resources you need to embark on your own journey of healing from your loved one’s addiction.
We will teach you valuable skills that you can apply to your life in recovery. You will learn how to set goals, shop, cook, and deal with daily pressures. Your self-esteem and sense of independence will grow with your newly acquired skills.
Physical activity has been proven to help you to heal faster from your medical conditions, lower your stress levels, and restore your thinking processes. Your activities will include yoga, swimming, working out, dance therapy, music therapy, and even gardening. These will help you learn how to enjoy life once again and develop healthy bonds with others.
Our biweekly equine therapy program allows clients the opportunity to work on communication skills, self confidence, team building, and leadership while addressing their addiction and mental health in a safe and supportive environment with horses. Licensed clinicians specializing in equine-assisted therapy work with clients to process their thoughts and feelings during the sessions.
Vibro-Acoustic Therapy: As an addict or an alcoholic, you tend to operate in the fight-or-flight response of your brain, where you have high anxiety and stress. This therapy provides you with a visual, audio, and physical technique that will teach you to breathe to coherence. Coherence helps tell the brain to release dopamine and serotonin. You will feel immediate stress relief, and your sleep with begin to improve.
You will be attending daily 12-Step meetings. Each week we also have a meeting with members of our Canyon Vista alumni group. These meetings provide you with experience, strength, and hope from like-minded people in recovery. You will be able to easily relate with these alumni as they have been in your situation themselves. The 12-Step Program will help you to build a strong foundation for your recovery.
Ongoing Recovery Support
Navigating through your first year of recovery is all about risk management. We want you to know that we will continue to be here to help. You will be contacted on a regular basis and will have access to the post-treatment software program, Trac9. We will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with resources that will help to support you in your recovery.