Center Category: Rehab Centers
A healthcare organization, Terros Health provides numerous health, wellness, as well as social services to residents of Phoenix, Arizona. Terros delivers its services from several locations, making it easier for the clients to choose a facility that will best meet their recovery requirements. The services offered include a residential treatment program, outpatient treatment track, and a men-only sober-living facility called The Maverick House. It incorporates the 12-step recovery approach as part of its treatment modality.
Situated in a residential neighborhood, The Maverick House is close to restaurants, shops, and job opportunities. The rooms on offer are shared between the clients. Even though the rooms are not furnished luxuriously, the house is comfortable. It is furnished contemporarily and has common areas such as a living room which is equipped with widescreen TV and cable. There is also a recreation room and free Wi-Fi. Other facilities offered include a house phone, on-site laundry, and a fully-equipped kitchen. There are also ample parking facilities for tenants with cars.
Rules and Regulations
The Maverick House offers its residents a structured living environment, and it is incumbent upon all the residents to follow specific rules and regulations if they want to live in the house. The first criterion is that the resident should be male. Secondly, he has to be verified sober for a month and has to be actively participating in a 12-step recovery program before entering the house. During the initial two months, clients have to take part in Phase One that comprises attending individual and group counseling, actively participate in the 12-step program, actively search for a job and religiously follow 5:00 pm curfew.
Once a residents get employment, he moves into Phase Two, a two-month process that requires the residents to actively progress in their recovery goals that were set before entering the house, and be home before the 10:00 pm curfew. Once these are achieved, he moves to Phase Three. There is no curfew in this phase, and the resident can continue living in the house for a year.
Terros Health provides all necessary support to men, including accessing social services like public assistance, as well as food stamps. The residents are also offered help in writing a resume and filling out applications. Terros also helps the residents by allowing access to computers to search and apply for jobs online.
Terros’ staff consists of LSWs, LADCs, and case managers.
Besides the sober living environment, Terros also provides various other services to its clients, as well as a broader community. These services include primary health care, mental health counseling, family services, residential treatment facility, community living, crisis services, and outpatient services for substance abuse.
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