Cornerstone

Residential Treatment for Women

Supportive Care for Women and Specialized Addiction Treatment Programs

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Arizona Residential Drug Treatment for Women

Our women’s residential treatment center specializes in helping women overcome drug and alcohol addiction through a compassionate and tailored approach.

With a focus on healing, personal growth, and trauma-informed therapy, we offer long-term residential treatment and personalized care. Within our nurturing environment, women find a supportive community that fosters resilience and a journey toward a substance-free life.

We’re here to help you find hope, strength, and a new beginning. Our women’s residential treatment program is more than a place to stay; it’s a community committed to your recovery and well-being.

Let us walk with you toward a brighter, substance-free future.

we accept most health insurances- substance abuse treatment

Now Accepting AHCCCS, TriCare, and Triwest Insurances

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Overview of Our Residential Program

Our women’s residential treatment program in Arizona offers a comprehensive, evidence-based approach for women aged 18 and older who are dealing with substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders. The program provides a structured and supportive environment that promotes recovery, personal growth, and the development of essential life skills for long-term sobriety. Tailored to address the unique challenges women face in addiction, our rehab center for women provides specialized care and a nurturing community dedicated to empowering each woman on her journey to wellness.

Our Holistic Approach to Recovery

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Holistic healing in addiction treatment for women focuses on addressing not only the physical aspects of addiction but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual needs. Our women’s residential treatment program integrates various holistic therapies, ensuring a comprehensive approach to recovery. We support the whole person by incorporating treatment services that include mindfulness, nutrition, exercise, and creative therapies. This approach fosters deep, lasting recovery, empowering women to reclaim their health and wellness on every level.1

women's residential treatment life skills

Developing life skills in addiction treatment for women fosters independence and long-term sobriety. Our women’s residential treatment center emphasizes teaching practical life skills such as financial management, healthy relationship building, stress management, and decision-making. By integrating these essential skills into our treatment services for women, we empower them to navigate life’s challenges with confidence and resilience. This ensures they have the tools needed for a successful recovery and a fulfilling life post-treatment.

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Our women’s residential treatment program creates a nurturing environment where women can share experiences, strengths, and hopes with peers facing similar challenges. This sense of belonging, facilitated through group therapy and communal activities, is vital as it reinforces the journey to recovery. Making our services for women and their path to sobriety a shared, empowering experience. This supportive community is instrumental in building resilience and promoting sustained wellness, emphasizing the importance of solidarity and understanding in overcoming addiction.

Specialized Support for Women

Women’s experiences with addiction and recovery are greatly influenced by gender-specific factors such as societal roles, trauma, and co-occurring mental health disorders. Recognizing this, it is crucial to have specialized support systems in place for women’s addiction treatment.

Tailored counseling for women often includes trauma-informed care, acknowledging the high prevalence of trauma in women with substance use disorders. Peer groups for women provide a safe space to share experiences and offer mutual understanding and support, which is essential in building resilience and promoting recovery.

Research has shown that women benefit significantly from gender-focused treatment programs that address their unique psychological, social, and physiological needs. Studies also highlight the effectiveness of women-centered programs in improving treatment outcomes and enhancing coping strategies.2

These specialized support systems, including counseling, peer support groups, and holistic therapies, are vital in providing a comprehensive and empathetic approach to addiction treatment for women, addressing their specific challenges and strengths on the road to recovery.

Maria Tisci - Alumni Testimonial

Watch the testimonial from one of our treatment alumni:

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“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 had before.”

Maria’s experience at Cornerstone Healing Center

Addressing the Unique Needs of Women in Recovery

Women face more significant stigma and judgment related to substance abuse, which can make them hesitant to seek help.3 Treatment programs designed for women provide a safe, confidential space to address these concerns.

Many women with substance use disorders have experienced trauma, such as abuse or domestic violence. Women-specific treatment programs often use trauma-informed approaches to create a supportive environment that addresses these issues.

Women in addiction treatment frequently have co-occurring mental health problems. Programs tailored for women provide integrated services to treat both substance use and mental health disorders simultaneously.

Women benefit greatly from peer support in treatment, especially when they share similar experiences. Women’s treatment programs often emphasize group therapy and peer-led support groups to foster connection and community.

Empowering women in their recovery is essential, as many have faced disempowerment. Treatment for women may focus on developing self-efficacy and life skills to help them regain control and build a foundation for a substance-free life.

Women may have different triggers for relapse compared to men, such as relationship problems and negative emotions. Treatment programs for women develop relapse prevention strategies that specifically address these gender-related differences.

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Why Choose our Scottsdale Residential Program

Benefits for
Women

Our residential treatment program is committed to offering a personalized path to recovery while addressing your needs. We provide specialized care to support every aspect of a woman’s journey toward long-term sobriety and overall wellness:

Tour Our Residential Rehab Facility

Cornerstone Healing Center is Arizona’s premier luxury rehabilitation destination, known for its top-tier residential treatment services. Our facility is surrounded by the colorful skies and beauty of Arizona’s desert environments, providing a peaceful haven for recovery.

Designed to foster therapeutic progress and comfort, our centers feature expansive living spaces, gourmet kitchens, and unique amenities such as music studios and private counseling areas. The external settings offer diverse relaxation and seating arrangements thoughtfully placed to enhance the breathtaking desert panoramas and elegance of our sophisticated swimming pools.

Set in upscale areas, our facilities combine tranquil natural surroundings with top-notch amenities, offering an ideal rehabilitation and personal development environment.

Meet Our
Residential Team

Clinical Director of Scottsdale Program

Lionel is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) with over 4 years at Cornerstone. Passionate about helping those with addiction and mental health struggles, and he has trained as an EMDR therapist, adopting a trauma-informed approach to find and treat underlying root causes with empathy. 

Clinical Director of Phoenix Program

Nate began his recovery journey in 2010 and earned a Master’s in Social Work from ASU. He’s been in the Behavioral Health field since 2013. Specializing in CBT, DBT, and grief, Nate is now the Clinical Director of our Phoenix program, underlined by his passion for helping others who struggled with substance abuse issues as he did. 

FAQs About Residential Treatment For Women

Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about our residential treatment.

Does residential rehab work?

Residential drug rehab is a fundamental aspect of drug and alcohol treatment and is highly effective for individuals struggling with addiction.

According to findings in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, over 60% of individuals who engage in residential treatment for substance abuse and complete an inpatient drug and alcohol program report achieving and maintaining sobriety for one year or more.4

This statistic highlights the critical importance of choosing a dedicated alcohol and drug rehab program that offers a supportive and structured environment essential for overcoming addiction and fostering a sustainable recovery journey.

How long is Cornerstone's residential treatment for women?

Our women’s residential treatment program for substance abuse is customized to meet the unique needs of each individual, considering the type, severity, and history of addiction.

We avoid using a one-size-fits-all approach in our alcohol and drug rehab programs to provide the most effective outcomes for our clients.

Our experienced clinicians will thoroughly assess your situation and develop a personalized plan based on their findings.

It’s important to note that some insurance policies may have annual limits on coverage for certain levels of care.

However, there’s no need to worry about these details.

Our team is skilled at navigating these policies and will ensure you are fully informed and supported throughout your journey in our care.

Is long term residential treatment covered by insurance?

Insurance usually covers Cornerstone’s long term residential treatment.

You will need to pay an initial deductible as specified by your insurance plan.

After meeting your deductible, your insurance benefits will contribute towards the cost, covering a significant portion of the services provided.

While some insurance plans may cover most treatment expenses, others necessitate a deductible that varies by policy.

We encourage you to complete our insurance verification form to learn more about your health insurance coverage.

Our admissions team is here to simplify the process and will take the initiative to contact your insurance provider directly to clarify the specifics of your coverage.

What does Cornerstone's residential treatment for women cost?

The cost of Cornerstone’s residential treatment for women depends on your insurance coverage, the extent of your coverage, and the length of your stay.

Please reach out to us for detailed pricing information customized to your financial situation and health insurance policy.

Verify your insurance and begin the process today!

How does residential differ from outpatient?

Long term residential treatment, also known as inpatient treatment, differs significantly from outpatient services in its approach to addiction recovery.

In a residential program, individuals live at the treatment facility, receiving 24/7 support and intensive care. This environment is particularly suited for those with severe addictions, as it provides a structured setting away from daily triggers and stressors.

Conversely, outpatient rehab allows individuals to live at home and maintain their daily routines, attending treatment sessions at scheduled times. This flexibility makes it a viable option for those with milder addictions or substantial work and family commitments.

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the choice between residential and outpatient treatment should be based on the severity of addiction, personal health needs, and life circumstances, underscoring the importance of a personalized approach to recovery.5

Cornerstone provides a residential or inpatient program where individuals stay at our facilities during treatment. This program is particularly beneficial for those with significant addiction issues. Please contact us or complete our insurance verification form for guidance on beginning your recovery journey.

What happens after long term residential treatment?

After finishing our women’s residential treatment program, you will continue the treatment process by stepping down to another level of care.

This level of care could be partial hospitalizationintensive outpatient, or our outpatient program.

Rest assured that you will be taken care of every step of the way.

To learn more about our programs, please visit our Programs page.

Is Cornerstone a Women-Only Program?

Cornerstone offers co-educational programs, ensuring that male and female participants reside in separate accommodations throughout their stay. Despite our co-educational approach, we are highly experienced in addressing the unique needs of women and have achieved a notable success rate in providing effective treatment tailored to their specific requirements.

CLINICALLY REVIEWED

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Lionel Estrada, LISAC

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Lionel, a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) with over 4 years at Cornerstone, specializes in addiction and mental health. Trained in EMDR therapy, he employs a trauma-informed, empathetic approach to address underlying causes of these issues.

Still have questions about treatment?

Our admissions specialists are here to explain the process, answer any questions you may have, and ensure you’re getting the help you need to live a healthy life free from addiction.

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