Prescott House

Prescott House Prescott Arizona

Evolving since 1988, Prescott House has become nationally recognized for men needing extended care treatment. Serving as a residential rehabilitation facility for men from all walks of life, Prescott House provides intensive recovery treatment for addiction as well as other life hindering issues.

ABOUT PRESCOTT HOUSE

Prescott House in Prescott, Arizona, provides long-term residential treatment for men dealing with addictions to drugs, alcohol, sex, and pornography as well as co-occurring mental health disorders.

The center is one of 22 (19.5 percent) in the state offering treatment for gambling addictions

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Treatment is based in the 12-steps

Clients at Prescott House will attend individual, group, and family-of-origin therapy multiple times per week as well as self-esteem workshops. During their stay, clients will participate in local volunteer work. Holistic options at Prescott House includes yoga and outdoor programming.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Prescott House employs a licensed substance abuse counselor who is also a certified sex addiction therapist (CSAT), a medical director, psychiatrist, neuropsychologist, and master’s-level counselors.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Clients at Prescott House will reside in apartments with shared bedrooms and will prepare their own meals. Clients have access to volunteer opportunities and outdoor activities like kayaking, hiking, biking, and fishing.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Seven alumni of Prescott House provided positive feedback to Best-rehabs.com at this time of writing. Alumni praised the facility for their successful recovery. All alumni gave perfect five-star ratings for the center’s treatment effectiveness.

Treatment Effectiveness: 5/5

Secondary sites yield mostly positive reviews. On Google, the facility received an average rating of four out of five stars based on 11 reviews, and on CiteHealth, the facility earned an average of 4.18 out of five stars based on 11 reviews. On Prescott House’s Facebook page, which the facility can manage, the center received an average rating of 3.8 out of five stars based on 24 reviews. Alumni across all sites praised the life-changing nature of treatment. However, two individuals leaving commentary on CiteHealth reported difficult and harsh treatment from staff. [1] [2] [3]

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Five loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com to date provided mixed feedback. Of the five individuals surveyed, two gave Prescott House favorable reviews while the other three gave negative feedback. Three of the five loved ones surveyed by Best-rehabs.com indicated that treatment was not worth the cost. One individual reported that their loved one relapsed following treatment.

WHAT STAFF SAY

The sole employee surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date gave positive feedback about Prescott House. The anonymous staff member, who was a former client, provided perfect five-star ratings for the staff’s level of experience, loyalty to patients, and honesty.

FINANCING

Prescott House’s website states that it works with most insurance companies including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Humana, and United.

[1]https://goo.gl/JBiwTp
[2]https://www.facebook.com/pg/PrescottHouseRecovery/reviews/
[3]http://citehealth.com/rehab-centers/arizona/cities/prescott/prescott-house-inc#reviews

Reviews about Prescott House

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  • Just came back from the best long weekend I have ever experienced. Stayed at Prescott House where the room was top quality; spacious and tasteful. Best sleep ...not sure if it’s the Saranac Lake air or the comfortable bedding. There’s lots of space outside my room to sit and relax, the grounds are stunning and quant coffee shops and restaurants nearby. Hiking up Mount Apersand, swimming in the lake, taking out a pontoon. Prescott House was perfectly situated for all activities. Numerous hiking guide books available in the lounge , staff very helpful always one step ahead of my needs. I can not recommend this more for anyone wanting to enjoy the outdoors in one of the best spots in upstate New York. Can’t wait for my. Ext visit.
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  • This place saved my life. I made lifelong friendships here with people who truly care for me. I learned more about myself here than I ever could imagined me. I was challenged day in and day out by the P-House and I’m forever grateful for that. It is just what I needed.
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  • Prescott House truly saved my life. It was the first place I’ve ever went that made me see the truth and helped turn me into a productive member of society. I didn’t have much hope in anything upon my arrival at Prescott House, and now I have close to 7 years sober, was recently married, have a great job and purchased a house with my wife. I don’t know where my life would be today if I didn’t go to the P-House.
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  • I'm extremely greatful and thankful to the prescott house for playing a huge role in my sobriety. Without the staff and the structured programs they have to offer I wouldn't be where I'm at today. Thank you for helping me get on the the right path again to my happiness and successful life. I recommend anyone who is facing difficult challenges in life to make the Prescott house the first choice. It's a phone call that will change your life.
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  • Challenging, but effective. Stick with it!
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  • After attending multiple treatment programs, I found myself in a position AGAIN where I could not function for even a few hours without the use of drugs and alcohol. My parents found the Prescott House through a friend where I’m from in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He said it was very strict but the best program he knew of.... I was desperate and took a chance to move to Prescott and seek help with the “P House”. The program was very difficult but I came out of it a different person. The root causes of my addiction was their main focus, my childhood traumas were addressed thoroughly even though I fought it every step of the way. My ability to function as a normal person in society and deal with life on life’s terms is a gift that the P House gave me. I will be forever grateful to this program and it’s staff for everything they did for me!!
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  • P-House saved my life. I thought they were very compassionate, but they pushed me hard to make the changes I needed to live a healthy life. The most valuable thing I learned was to listen to people I trust and to let go of outcomes. I also worked on perfectionism, not taking responsibility for others, and becoming familiar with and understanding my emotions. Some may think I'm nuts, but it was probably among the best times of my life. All I had to do was work on myself, make friends and learn life skills. Grateful to this place.
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  • This placed saved my life. I am forever grateful for the Prescott House
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  • Best Treatment in the country. SAVED MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!
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  • The Prescott House is great, I felt right at home. The staff was very friendly and I thank them every day in my prayers.
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  • After so many false starts at other programs this one works. It is for real.
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  • This place saved my life five years ago. It's tough but like any recovery program you have to want to get better and willingly follow the program. Co-dependent families don't help. Lot's of post treatment support at the facility and in the local recovery community. Do the deal and you just may leave P-House an adult. It's up to you.
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  • Strengths included: Cleanliness, Treatment, Activities. Loved one relapsed and overdosed the day he left rehab. Overall everything checked out. All looked good, and well. I thought he was on the path to success. However, something went awry and he relapsed and overdosed the night he got out of rehab.
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  • A strength of the facility was that it was small. Doesnt help bipolar who doesnt have drug addiction.
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  • Although the Prescott House is what no one would refer to as an easy program, it truly is one of a kind. It is one of the few remaining programs that will hold people accountable and push them to truly reflect on underlying causes and to challenge those beliefs that held them hostage to their respective drug of choice. Again, it is not an easy program, but if you make it through, it is truly a fraternity of brothers unlike any other program I have seen, and this is coming from an executive in the field that works for another treatment program.
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  • Again, money is not the issue, an opening/bed is the difficult challenge.
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  • It is a very involved program -- helping the clients learn how to deal with their addiction and learn how to re-enter the world drug free-- with lots of support.
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  • I was a client here 16 years ago.
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  • This rehab was a good starting off point for me to get sober and kick me in the butt a little. But I feel my real recovery journey did start until I left here and really started to do participate in AA.