ABOUT WEST YAVAPAI GUIDANCE CLINIC: HILLSIDE RECOVERY PROGRAM
A program of the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic (WYGC), the Hillside Recovery Program in Prescott, Ariz. is a 23-bed substance abuse program for adults. The program takes a holistic approach and uses counseling, education, and community involvement in assisting residents of Western Yavapai County develop a foundation for successful long-term recovery.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The Hillside Recovery Program takes a holistic approach in addressing the physical, spiritual, family, and legal aspects of a client’s life. Set within a supportive, communal setting, the program offers both group and private therapy, educational sessions, and attendance at recovery support groups in the local area. Stays at the program range widely from two weeks to 45 days.
WYGC also runs an enhanced outpatient program (EOP) as well as DUI Education. EOP groups meet two or three nights a week, for three hours at a time, while DUI programming can be completed in either 16 or 36 hours.
There is currently no information provided by the organization regarding its treatment staff. Two Google reviewers, however, found the staff here “caring,” “friendly,” and “professional.”
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided by the organization regarding the living arrangements and related offerings of its 23-bed unit, however, the single Best-rehabs.com survey respondent to date gave one star for its accommodations, three stars for its meals and exercise options, and four stars for its cleanliness.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
P.Y.B., the anonymous Best-rehabs.com survey respondent to date, noted that Hillside Recovery Program “is nowhere near the best in the area but they do have a working knowledge of mental health issues.” While they found treatment here effective, listing “community meetings” and “mental healthcare” as program strengths, they felt that the facility and the staff both needed improvement.
WYGC receives funding from the Arizona Department of Health Services’ Division of Behavioral Health Services and other state-run agencies.