RESIDENTIAL INPATIENT FACILITY IN TUCSON, AZ
IT’S YOUR RECOVERY
At Sabino Recovery we know that high quality, effective trauma and addiction treatment cannot be improvised. We craft a targeted individualized treatment plan for you only after thoroughly assessing and understanding the ways that alcohol and drug addiction and trauma may have impacted you.
We take the time to carefully get to know you. Beginning with your first conversation with a member of our admissions team, we seek to understand what it is like to be you, with empathy and without judgment.
By keeping the number of residents we treat small, we are able to pay particular attention to your unique history and your specific needs as well as ensure that the Sabino Recovery community remains safe, intimate, and nurturing. Throughout your treatment with us, your physical and emotional safety is our highest priority.
Exclusive, and all-private rooms offer a comfortable, nurturing place to feel safe and at home. Throughout the campus, there are natural gathering spots that take full advantage of the stunning views and four-season outdoor weather. In the dining hall, you will find delicious, healthy selections – made from scratch. Healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner are prepared to accommodate any diet – vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and those who just want good old fashioned comfort food.
Your past, your present, and your future are all equally important to your recovery and hold keys to unlocking resources and abilities you may have forgotten you had.
The effects of trauma, alcoholism, and addiction are complex and play out in different ways for different people. Our approach balances accurate assessment and diagnosis with sophisticated treatment and careful discharge planning.
EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL SAFETY
Sabino Recovery is a place of kindness, professionalism, and healing. Our treatment staff consists of carefully selected, highly credentialed, licensed individuals who work in a team environment to deliver care to our residents. Each employee at Sabino Recovery is carefully interviewed before being considered for our team. We handpick our staff not only for their experience and skill, but also for possessing a great deal of empathy, nurturing, and compassion. It is because of this careful selection process that we’ve created a remarkable environment of mutuality, kindness, and safety.
In the video above, Clinical Director Peggy Holt explains some of the reason that Sabino Recovery is so special.
Our treatment program is shaped by the latest research in neuroscience. Each of the modalities that we employ is informed by what we now know about the brain, what we can learn about the particular individuality of each resident, and how we can craft a treatment plan specific to each resident.
Research on the brain has demonstrated that our most complex organ has the ability to rewire itself in response to experience. We know that over a period of time consistent, positive, empathetic, and compassionate experiences can rewire the brain, resulting in new and healthy neural pathways. This finding is significant for those suffering the pain and shame of addiction and trauma. That is why at Sabino Recovery, every aspect of our program has been developed to help our residents develop these new connections to bring about lasting recovery and healing.
QEEG Brain Mapping
Trauma, alcohol and drug abuse change the brain, sometimes the brain has been injured and that injury will create behavioral health problems. Sometimes these things are so braided together, it is hard to reach an accurate diagnosis. Sabino Recovery is the only trauma and addiction recovery center to offer QEEG Brain Mapping. This powerful tool allows us to measure the electrical function of the brain which provides a more accurate diagnosis and allows for prioritizing and optimizing treatment.
Brain Mapping assures us, and the resident of precise accurate diagnosis (such as ADHD, depression, PTSD, or brain injury, for instance) as well as helps accurately guide in medication management. It can identify previously unidentified learning disabilities and learning styles as well as other important neurological and biological markers. This data immediately advances the ability of the clinical team to individualize the treatment plan for each resident that participates.
Brain Mapping is recommended by our treatment team when indicated. It is available for an additional fee.
Neurofeedback is a technique that focuses on helping a person train themselves to directly affect brain function. It provides a “mirror” for residents to see an unconscious process and then with practice to change brain signals, which changes the brain. This allows residents to increase or decrease certain brainwave activity while promoting healthier more adaptive functioning. While this sounds difficult, it is done by our expert facilitator with simple training. It is like learning a new skill or going to a personal trainer.
This type of therapy works at a deep subconscious level, breaking the cycle of trauma and post-traumatic symptoms. By identifying and training the areas of concern, we precision tailor your sessions to help you shift out of these patterns and back into a natural, neutral state.
Neurofeedback gives the brain the tools to move past traumatic events – without having to talk about them, explore them, or relive them.
Neurofeedback is recommended by our treatment team when indicated. It is available for an additional fee.
Psychotherapy comes in many forms at Sabino Recovery. No matter how you engage therapeutically, the goal remains the same – to connect new choices and new possibilities with the ability to realize them.
Our multi-dimensional approach takes advantage of a variety of research-proven modalities that include:
NATUROPATHIC AND ALLOPATHIC MEDICINE
We utilize both naturopathic medicine and allopathic, or Western medicine. Our medical director is a naturopath and the use of nutraceuticals is promoted and provided. We also employ allopathic providers to include psychiatric and psychology staff. The two medicinal philosophies are not in conflict but rather, work closely together to provide residents holistic addiction treatment and the maximum benefits of medical care.
At Sabino Recovery, Integrative Therapies are not adjunct treatment; they are a critical part of the entire clinical program. All of the integrative therapies at Sabino Recovery are prescribed and combined to fit into the complete master treatment plan for the resident, outlined by the primary treatment team. Therapies include massage, acupuncture, shiatsu, movement and art therapy, outdoor adventure, and yoga.
At Sabino Recovery we understand that lasting recovery for our residents depends on the involvement of those closest to them. We invite each resident and their families and significant loved ones to participate in our Family Program – a three-day, experiential program designed reconnect you with your loved ones. Our family program has been developed to provide family members the opportunity to gain insight into their family’s dynamics, and to support the honest and effective communication of fears, pain, and hope in a safe environment.
We emphasize not assigning blame to anyone during this time but rather encourage discovery and compassionate understanding of each other through safely guided exercises.
Effective treatment is lasting treatment and the hallmark of an individualized treatment plan is how well it fits into your life. Preparing to engage in your life after treatment is as important as the treatment you receive. Being able to continue applying the new knowledge, tools and strategies learned in treatment is crucial.
As you move through the program, you and your therapist begin to understand what therapies you respond to and benefit from. This allows us to help you incorporate them into your everyday life at home.
You will have important questions to answer about your family, life, career, and continued recovery. Successful recovery means being prepared to leave treatment with a plan to address the issues that these questions present and the resources to create that plan. To learn more about our Continuing Care Program, click here.