Focus on Recovery

What Can Help You

  • Intervention
  • Detox
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Long term recovery
  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Therapy

Treatment Programs

  • Outpatient program
  • Work Program
  • Drug and Alcohol Continued Care
  • Spiritual Series
  • Juridical Program
  • Sports Buddy
Why Choose Us?
  • Standardized sober living home
  • Mental health counselors
  • Effective implementation of programs for recovery
  • Arranges participation of recovering addicts and mentally ill survivors to community activities
  • Provides educational programs
  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Mental Health, Co-Occurring and Dual Diagnosis disorders
  • HIV Education and Counseling
  • Aftercare Programs
  • Supported Employment Services, Pre-Job Education training
  • Job Coaching and Employment Support

 

Say, “no more”

Destiny Sober Living is a non-profit 501(c)(3) behavioral health agency licensed by the State of Arizona to provide residential treatment. The agency has been in operation since 1997 as a group home and decided to transition into a Level II residential agency to provide education and treament for the underserved in the community.

Services offered at Destiny include general mental health counseling for adults, intensive treatment for substance abuse related issues for adults, psychiatric and medication monitoring services, serious mental illness (SMI) habilitation programs, SMI residential facilities, substance abuse resedential treatment housing, and transitional housing.

Destiny Sober Living is the refuge of every person who needs treatment from mental illness and is keeping sober from all types of addiction. Nestled in Phoenix, Arizona, we offer a personalized treatment plan for our clients. We care for you or your loved one as an individual with distinct needs. Together we'll recover your worth as a person with dignity and is willing to take on the challenges of life. And this time –alcohol and drug free. Many have done it and you can make it too.

Turning your back from addiction can be difficult at the beginning. Staying sober is the hardest to endure. Regaining mental health needs external support. That's why we're here, so you can learn to say, "no more" today. We are commited in reducing addiction in our society. Life is too short to waste it on substance abuse. Feel free to visit us anytime or give us a call for an assessment – 602-249-6675.