Family Information For Arizona Treatment

Communication With Your Loved one

At Decision Point, our philosophy is to promote family involvement while our clients are receiving addiction treatment in Arizona. Involving the family in treatment raises the client’s chances of achieving and maintaining sobriety. We also strive to help the family system heal and restore the relationships within the family that were interrupted by the cycle of substance abuse.

Week One & Two

During the first week of treatment, we want your loved one to be able to relax and focus on treatment. The family needs this “breather”, as well. Therefore, we ask that no phone calls or visits take place unless deemed therapeutically appropriate by the Primary Therapist. If the Primary Therapist approves a phone call, the call will be supervised. Or, if your loved one and you have a family therapy session and the therapist feels it would be therapeutic for the family, then a two-hour visit will be granted. This will be either an onsite or an offsite visit as determined by the Family Therapist.

Week Three

Your family member is allowed phone privileges and a two-hour onsite or offsite visit. Prior to the offsite visit, clients are required to fill out a visitation request, which must be approved by their Case Manager.

Week Four Through Six

Your loved one is allowed cell phone privileges and up to four hours for an off-site visit. Prior to the offsite visit, clients are required to fill out a visitation request, which must be approved by their Case Manager.

Family therapy can be a major asset in addiction recovery. Call our Arizona alternative addiction treatment team today at (844) 292-5010 if you have any questions.

Testimonials

  • Decision Point Center "I am eternally grateful for having been a client at a facility that never gave up on me, and for being employed at the same facility so that I can help others on their journey through the recovery process."
  • Decision Point Center "Decision point gave me the key to unlock a lifetime of happiness."
  • Decision Point Center "Life is a rollercoaster to enjoy not the insanity of a merry go round and I am so grateful for that!"
  • Decision Point Center "Today I live a full life that I never thought I was capable of."
  • Decision Point Center "The therapists were persistent and motivating in my progress."
  • Decision Point Center "They helped me to rebuild my self-esteem and confidence to become a man of integrity."