Residential Treatment Center

Find Recovery at Cornerstone's Residential Treatment Center for Addiction

Cornerstone's Residential Drug Rehab CENTER

Cornerstone Healing Center provides a transformative residential drug rehab in Scottsdale, Arizona.

We understand that our clients are searching for a path to a new life. Our job is to help them fulfill the potential deep within them. Using a mind, body, and spirit approach, our clinicians guide our clients on healing that secures long-term recovery.

Our treatment center is among Scottsdale, Arizona’s best drug rehab centers. Our clients have continued to find success, happiness, and love and rebuild relationships lost by addiction. Helping people find their way out of addiction is our passion. Nothing is more inspiring than seeing a person rise out of the ashes of addiction as a strong, courageous, and confident person ready to take on the world.

Reach out today to learn more about starting with our residential treatment center and see how our program can help you.

The beautiful view of the outdoor area of one of our Scottsdale residential facility. Including a large pool, several patio areas with comfortable seating, and a colorful desert view. 

Our Residential Program

Below is the list of the features we offer at our facility:

Our unique approach to addiction treatment

We believe in helping people broken by addiction by providing a holistic healing environment that focuses on the mind, body, and spirit. 

Cornerstone overlaps science with spirituality, creating an environment where miraculous healing occurs and often does so rapidly. We accomplish this by providing an in-depth screening process and then working and developing a relationship with each individual to find appropriate treatments and therapies. 

Our therapies and treatments range from conventional to alternative at rehab – we implement what works and get rid of what doesn’t. 


At Cornerstone Healing Center individuals overcome mental health and addiction challenges and find their footing in life.

Building a Strong Sober Network: Addiction is a disease of isolation, and it has been proven isolation can have a devastating impact on the brain during active addiction. Being among others on the same path of recovery is beneficial because it provides a human connection.

Expanding the Recovery Toolbox: We help to teach our clients the necessary tools to stay sober and to handle life with grace and a level head. Therefore, they can navigate day-to-day life more confidently.

Learn Life Skills: We focus on teaching essential life skills so that our clients thrive post-treatment. Our approach integrates practical teachings such as financial management, vocational training, problem-solving, and effective communication. This hands-on training in day-to-day living skills equips our clients to navigate real-world challenges, fostering their self-reliance and paving the way for long-term recovery.


Check out the testimonial by one of our alumnus:
cornerstone client testimonial video

“I think what made it real for me was that moment that I realized (Cornerstone) staff had experience with addiction, and then the idea of sobriety, I could visualize it. And just having support from people who have gone through things that you’ve gone through and understand you and not judge you, and you can tell that they actually want to help you. It was something I had never before”.

Maria’s experience at Cornerstone Healing Center

Therapy in Residential Treatment

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that helps individuals understand and change thought patterns that lead to harmful behaviors or emotional distress.

Dialetical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) teaches individuals how to live in the moment, cope healthily with stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships through acceptance and change strategies.

For Addiction

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy technique used to help individuals process and alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories.

Our Residential Therapeutic Team

Residential Clinical Director

Our residential facility is privileged to have Karen, a Licensed Professional Counselor and authority in Addiction Treatment, EMDR, and Family Systems. She holds an advanced degree in Professional Counseling from GCU. With her extensive 15 years of expertise, she significantly contributes to our clients’ recovery process in our residential program. 

Lionel Estrada, LISAC

Primary Therapist

Lionel serves as a primary therapist in our residential program and excels as a proficient EMDR therapist, dedicating his life to helping individuals combat substance use disorders. Prior to finding his perfect fit at our Scottsdale facility, Lionel amassed significant experience contributing to various addiction treatment programs across the state.

Frequently Asked questions

Cornerstone’s residential rehab is covered by insurance. You will have to pay a designated deductible based on the parameters of your insurance policy.

Then, your insurance benefits will kick in to cover the remaining percentage based on covered services.

Some health insurance policies cover all or most of the treatment. However, others require a deductible to be met, and the amount varies from policy to policy.

If you’re unsure what your health insurance policy covers, fill out our insurance verification form.

Our admissions can do the work of calling your insurance company and getting your specific policy information. If we cannot help you, we will assist you in finding other options.

The cost of Cornerstone’s residential rehab varies on if you have insurance or not, how much your health insurance policy covers, and the length needed of your stay. 

Contact us today for direct pricing information based on your financial and health insurance policy situation. 

Residential rehab does work. We’ve seen it time and time again. Clients who commit themselves to the program achieve amazing results.

 Our treatment program is designed to enact a spiritual, physical, and mental change in all of our clients.

We’ve seen individuals make amazing changes to their lives.

Residential rehab programs vary depending on the type, severity, and history of addiction. 

If we offered a one-size-fits-all program to all of our clients, we would not achieve optimal results for our clients.

Our clinicians will assess your situation and make determinations based on that assessment.

Also, remember that many policies have “days per year” caps on certain levels of care.

Don’t stress about this, though, because we handle all of this and will guide and inform you throughout your stay in treatment.

Because of the many variables that come into play when determining residential rehab costs, it’s better that you give us a call. 

Please get in touch with our admissions team if you do not have insurance and are worried about cost. 

Residential rehab can be costly, but many options are available to make it work for you and your financial situation.

If we can’t help you, we will point you towards another facility that can. 

Residential rehab requires individuals to put a hold on their lives and dedicate the entirety of their time to work on themselves and their sobriety.

Outpatient rehab allows individuals to continue their daily life obligations while taking out a portion of their day to dedicate to their learning and recovery.

In both of these rehab programs, the focus is on providing a patient with the appropriate treatment and therapies that will help them recover.

The professionals at the rehab centers offer alternatives to current destructive habits and assist you in developing habits that will help you remain sober.

However, an outpatient program is not ideal for those experiencing a severe addiction to drugs or alcohol. In cases of severe addiction, it is almost always recommended that individuals complete a residential or inpatient program.

A severe addiction is life-threatening, and the severity of the impulses will lead to decisions that can harm your physical, mental, and emotional health. In these cases, it’s important to have medical and clinical supervision throughout the treatment process.

A residential program is “inpatient” in that you stay at Cornerstone residential facilities overnight as you go through your treatment. Residential treatment will most benefit you if you struggle with severe addiction. Call or fill out the insurance verification form if you have questions about the best place to start.

Once the difficult part of the recovery process is completed, an outpatient program will be an ideal program to begin stepping into everyday life while maintaining sobriety.

After Residential rehab, you will continue the treatment process by stepping down to another level of care. 

The level of care could be Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, or our Outpatient Program.

You can learn about our other programs here.

Rest assured, you’ll be taken care of every step of the way.

We are a rehab that allows smoking. While we allow smoking at our treatment center at all levels of care, you can only do so in designated areas.

Smoking is a personal choice, and we will allow it as long as it is in a controlled environment so that it does not affect non-smokers.

At Cornerstone, we understand the need for our clients to be able to stay connected with the outside world. Therefore, we are a drug rehab center that allows our clients to use their smartphones. However, we have a short period at the beginning of treatment where having access to your smartphone is not permitted, usually about one week. 

After that short period, you have your phone for certain times of day when groups are not in session.

Get Started Now

Call and speak with one of our caring team members about Addiction help for you or a loved one.

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