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Canyon Crossing Recovery for Women

4.7 Excellent (38 Reviews) |
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819 C W Gurley Street
Prescott, Arizona 86305

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  • Wilderness

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Located in Prescott, Arizona, Canyon Crossing Recovery is a transitional living facility designed exclusively for women. The 12-step based program combines a structured living environment with intensive outpatient care to address the core issues that contribute to continued drug and alcohol abuse. Women are taught how to change self-destructive behavioral patterns, manage cravings, identify triggers, and live a life filled with confidence, self-love, and grace. Living in a nurturing and supportive environment with their peers, clients become self-empowered, learn how to establish meaningful relationships, and begin to build a solid foundation for long-lasting recovery.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Justin Bachman
Chief Administrative Officer/Owner

Justin is an individual who is intensely committed to, and passionate about, helping others achieve a healthy, balanced, productive, and happier life in recovery. He is an active participant in the local recovery community and brings his passion for helping others to CCR-OTC. Justin believes the transitional IOP model is a level of care necessary in order for the recovering addict and/or alcoholic to learn how to live life on life’s terms clean and sober. He understands that a firm foundation in the 12 steps, coupled with the tools necessary to confront and address irrational thoughts and behaviors, is the cornerstone to achieving sustained recovery and a better life. Justin himself is a member of the Prescott recovery community and an example of success in recovery. He resides locally in the Prescott area with his wife and daughter.

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Erin Bachman
Director of Operations/Owner

Erin Bachman is the Director of Operations for CCR-OTC along with the Program Director for Canyon Crossing Recovery. She is also the owner of both facilities. Erin and her husband opened Canyon Crossing Recovery in November of 2012. It had always been Erin’s dream to open a facility for women afflicted with addictions on all levels. She wanted a place where women could come and find themselves. More than anything she wanted it to be a place that women could learn and be challenged to find out the true nature of their disease and leave equipped to handle life on life's terms while fighting for their lives. Erin created a program well seasoned in dealing with gender specific treatment for women since she knows one size does not fit all. She knew that although the journey and road would be tough she wanted to open a facility that was willing to take on the challenge of battling the disease and delusion that comes with it. Many say that Erin will tell you the truth despite what you want to hear and will not cosign the disease of addictions manipulation and bondage of self. She has created a team of unique and honorable men and women ready to handle the daily challenges and miracles they face each day when dealing with their clients at Canyon Crossing.

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This rehab promotes "integrity and grace" as well as a "safe" environment to get sober.... that was not my experience, and frankly this post is long overdue. I was a client at Canyon Crossing Recovery for 5 months in 2016, and was kicked out because I was self harming. The owners gave my dad a few hours notice to pick me up, otherwise they were going to kick me to the streets in the middle of fall with my belongings. For my entire stay, I experienced months of ill-treatment and discrimination, and I still have trauma from that place. Most of the house leaders were verbally and psychologically abusive towards me. As punishments, I was not allowed to wear makeup, do my hair, shave my body, I was only allowed to wear baggy clothes, I had to wear a sign around my neck saying "boy ban" for simply WAVING at a boy, was not allowed to talk to my ONLY friend there, and was put on "silence ban" for days at a time... if I spoke a single word they would add another 24 hours, and to top it off, my weekly phone calls to my parents were monitored so I couldnt even tell them of the malpractice out of fear of retaliation by the staff. There were repercussions for everything. My fellow peers would gang up on me constantly, and the house managers allowed it. But then again, it was the house leaders that would also humiliate and embarass me in front of my peers. 3x a week they have these groups called "Circle" where I was the target of criticism by my housemates nearly every meeting. I couldnt even defend myself at all because they would always shut me down. There are so many nights I hid in the bathroom, burned/punched myself, and cried because I thought it would never end.... Canyon Crossing Recovery was the WORST first experience with sobriety I ever could've imagined. It has taken me years to work through the trauma and regain my voice. I hope anybody else who has experienced injustice speaks up, and sooner than I did. I sincerely hope this corrupt rehabilitation center gets exposed so that nobody else will have to experience this mistreatment by the hands of people who are supposed to help you.
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its taken me a while to write this review simply for the fact that Im pretty sure most of you are desperate to find your child/loved one the best care you can possibly find. First off do know that there is help. Some of you may say "yea but you havnt met my child yet!" Truth is none of us are unique and most of us have different stories but our endings are usually the same. Feeling broken and lost. I certainly cant make any promises that your loved one will recover, but what I can do is give you some insight into my experience at CCR. After a long back and forth intervention, (thank God the angel on my shoulder won that battle.), i was on my way to the airport. Part of me excited that although very distant, a spark lit the light at the end of my tunnel of addiction. I was mostly scared that i would be leaving my best friend. The only one that made me happy or even want to live....opiates. I knew very little about treatment as this was my first (and only) go at this "sober thing". On the plane I told myself that if I just do what they ask, and say what I think they want to hear this should go by fairly painless then I can come back to my "normal life" in NY. I do pretty okay meeting people so I think socially I fit in pretty well with the other girls. I believe it was around the third nite. We were all in the living room watching a movie and something sparked an emotion in me about my boyfriend who had recently passed. I quietly slipped into my room and shut the door to have a "moment". Before i knew it, there were aprox. 6 girls comforting me telling me if I needed anything they were there for me. It was the first time in a long time I knew I was going to make real friends. Not friends that like me for what I can do for them, but friends from people who I quickly realized are just kind hearted, good people. In the beginning, I did well. participated, helped others. I had a lot to say but it was either calling someone out, being sarcastic, or focusing on helping other girls as a means to avoid any focus on myslef. These behaviors were pointed out to me and instead of hearing what staff was trying to get through to me, I chose to ignore it. Ignoring things isnt easy for me. I have a habit of making it seem things dont bother me when inside im losing my mind. so I would lay awake and the more I thought about the issues that where being brought forth to me, i realized i had NO CLUE who I was. My whole life ive had to chemeleoinize to situations. so much to the point that I had no clue which me was really me. It was a very un-nerving feeling. Instead of bringing this to my therapist I continued to pretend nothing was up and what was wrong with them that they keep calling ME out? After several warnings and chances, at aprox. 5.5 month of the 6 month program I was brought up into my therapist office and told I was being discharged. In their opinion my behavior was too much of a risk to the rest of the community. I sat there stone cold faced as a means to send an "I dont care" message. Inside i was balling and broken. what would have happened if I had let them see that side of me.....maybe that's all they wanted the whole time. Vulnerable, hurt, defeated, angry. Not one of them saw any of this. I was brought to who I currently refer to as my guardian angels house and couldnt wait to tell her how "unfair it was especially compared to what other clients did". She asked if i was done and said "did you come here to change yourself or Canyon?" "Myself"...."Did you"..... "well yea but now that I think about it im starting to realize I robbed myself of a lot that was offered to me"....."well then its a good thing you're still here to start on those changes- not a lot of parents and families can say that. My own mother wouldnt talk to me until I could "show some respect for the people that helped save your life" Ive been in Prescott almost 4 years now. Im one of the few left here. It hasnt been easy. My uncle was horrifically murdered, and his wife , my aunt, just passed from a long battle from ataxia. I stumbled but I was able to implement the tools these lovely people provided me with to get my life back on track. On track in time to show up for those three little girls who now have no parents. SOBER!!!! I currenlty have some time under my belt. My relationship with my family is better then ever. I cant promise that if you send your loved one to CCR theyll stay sober. What I can promise is your loved one will be surrounded by not only the staff and clients, but a whole community of people who love nothing more then to give back what was so freely given to them. I can promise your loved one will be going to a highly elite treatment center with just as highly elite a staff. And for all of you who've spent countless sleepless nites wondering when the next time you'll see your loved one again, I can promise you, the more you encourage your loved one and support them- reminding them how important it is to maintain a strong program every day you'll have a good chance of getting your loved one back! I wish you all the best of luck on your journey!!
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Talk about making the owners rich. I was not a naive 18 year old who needed to be taught how to sweep a floor or do my laundry, Yes I was an alcoholic. Yes I needed help. but this was the last thing I needed. You made me worse not better. All false therapy. Super joke and don't get me started on the weekly circle where you have to call out other peers. It was a humiliating. I am good today without them. Don't waste the money on this. There are better and more personal programs out there.
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5.0
Excellent
Canyon Crossing Recovery is a program that works miracles. As a former client, I have seen changes in myself and others that one would have never thought possible. When I got to Canyon I was completely broken and had lost all hope in life. Throughout my journey here I was able to find myself and learned how to truly love myself. What sets Canyon apart is a staff that cares about the person as a whole and that truly want what is best for their clients. I am so beyond grateful for all the work Canyon does and I know my life has been forever changed for the better by my time spent in this program!
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5.0
Excellent
Very loving and wonderful staff. Clean accommodations. FANTASTIC ownership!
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2.3
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I was a client at Canyon Crossing for three weeks. It was supposed to be a step-down program, back to real life, after three months at an excellent inpatient rehab. However, my three weeks there set me back immensely (emotionally) and then left me stranded in Prescott with 30 bucks and a non-working iPhone. Sounds scary? It was terrifying, especially considering that my home is on the other side of the country and I was left by staff at the town square with no way to get home. On my first day, I didn't get my medication at all, apparently because I didn't ask for it. I was new and scared, and didn't know I had to ask to take my very important anxiety medications. I was checked in on an unmade bed downstairs and asked why I was so nervous and quiet. I tried to explain that this is just how I am. I have a severe anxiety disorder. Misinformation was given to my parents that I 'wanted to run away and work as a prostitute.' My poor father, who's in ill health, was told this information, when in fact, I was being harassed by a group of staff members and clients who asked me how I would survive if I left. (I wanted to leave at that point because I was scared.) They asked me if I would work as a prostitute if I left, since I had no money. I sadly replied that if I had to, to live, I would. This was horrifyingly mis-communicated to my parents. Talking on the phone to the staff psychiatrist, he insisted that I'm *lying*, it was BS, I do not have social anxiety at all, and just wanted to go get high. I was devastated and hung up on him. Asked by a client if I wanted to 'hit my knees', and pray, I quickly realized that explaining I'm an atheist/agnostic would not go over well. Our daily routine (aside from group and individual therapy which did not blow my mind, either) was to walk around with zero money and no cell phones, in groups but without staff members. We often stopped in at the local place that feeds the homeless ("for humility") but that was the only place we could get beverages or food if we hadn't had time to pack enough during the very rushed morning routine of so-called meditation, chores, and coming downstairs after the RA screamed upstairs "MEDS!" By the way, morning meditation, which I thought meant, well, meditation, as in Buddhist-style meditation or quiet contemplation and relaxation, was actually reading from the 12-step book right after waking up at 5:30, and reciting a worn and thoughtless version of a long passage about God, etc. We were expected to set up three "coffee dates" per day, by asking other women for their numbers after the two 12-step meeting per day, and then calling them and making a date to meet for coffee and chat about recovery. However, going on a coffee date is difficult when you have zero dollars and zero cents in your pocket. So, every coffee date, I would either with relief and embarrassment accept my date buying me a $3 latte, or slink over to the counter and ask for a free cup of water. Or drink nothing at all. Or get stood up. After 12-step meetings, at one particular location that we frequented, we were required to pick up other people's discarded cigarette butts from off the ground with our bare hands and throw them in the garbage can. The owner is a self-professed chain-smoker (hooray for recovery from addiction!) and on about my second day there, sat with me talking. Out of nowhere, she asked me, "So, what made you get breast implants?" I was embarrassed and completely caught off guard. I had never mentioned anything about that to her, and had not invited any comments about my body. All calls to my family members were monitored, which was *more* supervision than I'd had at inpatient rehab. The staff members almost all curse like sailors and 'vape' during circle and clients 'vaped' during group therapy. After I complained about this to my parents on the phone, suddenly the rule was changed, and so staff members now chewed tobacco instead, spitting the juice into an empty bottle while leading circle. And...this horror all culminated in me being asked to leave/wanting desperately to leave, having to leave behind half my belongings because I couldn't carry them all, and being dropped off in town with 30 bucks and a useless service-less cell phone. Can you imagine what I went through trying to get home to New York? What did they expect me to do?? I was visibly shaking as an RA dropped me off in town. Hauling my pared down luggage on the street, without money for a motel, the difficult and winding (and sometimes hungry) trip back to NYC began. The damage Canyon Crossing caused me has been real and something I'll never forget. The treatment was just terrible, so harsh and dogmatic. Many women there were reverting back to old self-harming behavior as they faced the paltry conditions of living in this home, and I was no exception. It was soul-crushing pain living there. Being dumped on the street, not allowed to make a phone call first to my parents, leaving "on their terms, not mine," as they said, was very traumatic. I was dumped on the street. Where was I supposed to sleep? How could I call my parents on the pay phone, in New York? It was such a nightmare, and hurt me to the bottom of my soul. I'm still haunted by nightmares about it, and emotional pain it's caused, and appalled that these people claim to be interested in helping people after putting me in that position. I hope with all my heart that this place shuts down, so that they can't hurt any more vulnerable women. Anyone wishing to reach me for any reason regarding this experience can email me at codebinky@gmail.com.
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5.0
Excellent
Canyon Crossing Recovery saved my daughter's life! This group of professionals definitely know how to help and save girls lives. They work so hard every day and every hour to get deep in the roots of addiction and overcome that disease. At the same time they help girls to learn how to live healthy independent life again. I am also amazed that all therapists and staff are in recovery themselves and I think this why they are so successful in helping others. Thank you so much for your great work.
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I have been to multiple treatment centers, and canyon has been the first one that has worked for me. I can't express how greatful I am, and how much the canyon staff has helped me with not only my heroin addiction, but also my trauma and family issues. This is definitely a hard program, but it was worth it because now I am able to live clean and happy. I would for sure recommend this program if you or a loved one is struggling with addiction and /or alcoholism.
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I believe that my Higher Power has brought me to Canyon Crossing for my daughter's recovery. The knowledge and individualized treatment is extraordinary. The girls have support from day one and are transformed from within. The environment is so supportive and a special sisterhood is formed from their experience together. My daughter has learned how to be independent and full of self-worth and confidence. I'm so proud of her. I would choose Canyon over again and will hopefully get a chance to lead others there for recovery as well.
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5.0
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Our 19 year old daughter, at the age of 15, was suddenly mixed up with the wrong crowd. She was starting to act out, became defiant and abusive. At 16 years old she was tentatively diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. At 17 she began pulling away from us, drinking, smoking pot and having sex with random guys - we were devastated and tried everything. She went to various residential 45 to 60 day programs, she even spent 6 months in a wilderness program in Utah - Nothing helped. FINALLY we found CCR. It was extremely rough, and our daughter ran from the facility several times but she always came back - her addict was pulling her away from help and Erin Bachman and the staff were pulling my daughter, the young woman I knew, back. Finally, the addict lost the fight and she has been at CCR for 5 months now and those months have saved her life. CCR saved her life. At Canyon Crossing she fights the addict inside of her with the help of the staff and the other girls because not only is it her fight but it is a fight that all the woman at CCR fight for each other. The comradery that is felt and seen amongst the girls is amazing! My daughter always disliked other females, but these girls have taught her how to have that special relationship with other females. The staff at CCR is highly trained in dealing with addicts because they are all recovering addicts - what better teacher! My daughter has learned how to control her negative emotions and go ask for counseling and how to deal with a situation. Was it hard for her? You bet but she has an amazing group of individuals supporting her every step of the way! She is learning how to say "NO" , she is learning that she is worthy of love and that she is a woman of Integrity and Grace. Six months ago I was afraid that I would be standing at her graveside, but I will be forever grateful for Canyon Crossing Recovery and the wonderful staff, owners and the other woman who live at CCR for the rest of my life for bringing my daughter out of the darkness and into the light.
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I strongly advise finding a different treatment option for your sisters, daughter, mothers, and friends. This place claims to teach women integrity and grace. However the owners Erin and Justin are a complete disgrace. They may talk a good game but they certainly do not walk the walk. They only care about how much money they can squeeze out of people. They need to do this in order to keep up with their lavish lifestyle. They will look up your address and find out where you work in order to determine how much money to charge you. They will only hire women who go through the program. This is so they can brainwash and mold them into their own little minions. Don't trust a word they say to you. They will literally lie and manipulate situations to try and control those around them. If you don't wish to have your loved ones mentally and verbally abused please send them elsewhere. Going through this place has traumatized me. When Erin turns on you which she will she does on everyone, she will stab you in the back and do everything in her power to make your life miserable. This place is unethical and should be shut down for good. People on the outside don't see how cruel and abusive this program really is. Please spread the word to spare others from going through this same experience.
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5.0
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1 review 5.0 star rating 5/23/2017 I was a client at canyon crossing and my experience was life changing. I have two years and two months sober. I'm starting grad school this fall to follow my dream to become a therapist with a speciality in equine assisted mental health. The owners and staff took personal interest in my care and recovery. They showed me love and through that love they taught me how to love myself. I know how to show up for life as a responsible adult today. I'm still in Prescott and meet the new girls at canyon to show them what sisters in recovery look like. Canyon Crossing has a special place in my heart. I also worked for Canyon for a few months as a house manner. I had lots of support from the staff, therapist and owners. They were always just a phone call away when i need help or an answer to something. It was a wonderful opportunity to give back to an organization that gave me my life back.
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Canyon Crossing Recovery is a premier treatment program for woman. Canyon Crossing provides an integrative treatment system using best practice modalities and approaches. Canyon Crossing addresses the whole woman, treating addiction and mental health simultaneously. As a counselor, It is by far one the best programs, I've worked with...and the staff is outstanding!!!
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5.0
Excellent
Best recovery you could ask for! Before they founded Canyon Crossing they helped me to rebuild my life and turn me into when I am today. I went from in the gutter 5 years ago to an amazing job, beautiful wife and handsome son now. It was a long journey to get to where I am today but deep in my heart beleive and know if it wasn't for these amazing people it never would have been possible!!
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I am a family nurse practitioner and I have worked with the staff and owners of Canyon Crossing for over three years. The care and compassion they provide is an easy model for me to follow as this is the way I practice! I rate the facility TOP NOTCH! Five stars or the equivalent of excellent!
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I guess you could say this is a PSA that is long overdue. I went through canyon crossing recovery four years ago. When I entered they were a nine bed facility very small sober living. I was there for nine months, was the second graduate of the program and started working there when I was nine months sober. In the beginning I was treated as the favorite because I stayed "loyal" through all the ups and downs and changes. Fast forward about three years, I have been promoted to residential director they have consigned and put money down on a new car for me and life seems perfect. In reality, I was on medication for anxiety, had extreme panic attacks and was under an extreme amount of stress. I couldn't handle the mistreAtment from the female owner of the program. So after months of praying and talking to my a team I decided this was just not healthy for me anymore, physically, mentally and spiritually. I let both owners know I would be putting my notice in for thirty days and would be available to train anyone and to get my name off all the accounts. That was not the case. The next day they told me they had found someone else and didn't need me. They wanted to fire me and have me off property that same day. They gave me no opportunity to take my name off accounts and they threatened to take my car away. At this point I'm confused scared and hurt, that my family I have built in sobriety has completely disowned and want nothing to do with me. Well fast forward almost a year now, i traded in the car that they "helped me out with" (when really this was held over my head the whole time I worked there) and now have a debt in collections because Justin refused to take my name off it and then did not pay the remaining balance for one of his sober living houses. I have tried calling and reaching out to both Erin and Justin about these matters and have gotten nothing but sent to voicemail or hung up on. Now you're probably thinking the same thing I am... what did she do treat her like this? To make Erin Bachman threaten her to a staff member of hers at recovery day and say wouldn't it be funny if I punched jenna in the face... or to not be able to show up to a birthday party for a child without having a mental breakdown because I'm there.. well I don't know either. These are the people that claim to want to help you get sober but in reality they just want to use you. They want to make you an employee with no training and pay you dirt cheap and take advantage of you. Their mission statement is women walking with integrity and grace but they lie, take your money and belittle you. It's all manipulation. I would not recommend anyone going this treatment center in Prescott. They find your house on google maps and figure out your worth so they can upcharge you. I do believe there are still treatment centers that do really want to help but this one has lost that. All they want is another bed filled and money in the bank. So with this review being posted, what they normally would do and have had me do in the past is ask all their employees and friends to write good reviews to try and cancel out this one. Please don't be fooled. If they haven't shown their true colors to you yet, they will. - [ ]
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5.0
Excellent
I work in the field and am often heartbroken to hear about some of the experiences clients and families endure in the recovery process. I am so happy to know that Canyon Crossing is available to help this population that so desperately needs it! They are truly setting the bar higher when it comes to treatment and are getting results. Their care is completely comprehensive- offering outstanding therapeutic services along with psychiatric, primary care, sober living, peer accountability- it's a truly integrated, progressive program that again, yields results! I highly recommend Canyon Crossing!
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I work in the field and am often heartbroken to hear about some of the experiences clients and families endure in the recovery process. I am so happy to know that Canyon Crossing is available to help this population that so desperately needs it! They are truly setting the bar higher when it comes to treatment and are getting results. Their care is completely comprehensive- offering outstanding therapeutic services along with psychiatric, primary care, sober living, peer accountability- it's a truly integrated, progressive program that again, yields results! I highly recommend Canyon Crossing!
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Canyon crossing in Prescott,Az is basically a cult run by 2 drug addicts. One had charges of attempted murder. They bully the clients, deny them contact with loved ones except for 1 fifteen minute per week that is monitored and on speaker phone. If you tell your parent or spouse how unhappy you are they disconnect the call. Check out the more stable treatment centers in Prescott, there are many good ones. This one however is not one of them.
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Beware of this place. You can\'t have any privacy to talk to your family. If you want to leave they tell your family to disown or disinherit you. If you do manage to escape you don\'t get your license,money, or credit cards for 3 days. This is very much a cult!!
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Strengths: Teaching how to clean and make a bed. Weaknesses: Group sesssions are humiliating and very critical with no focus on positivity. Staff often resorts to treatment "punishment" like forcing silence..cleaning day cancelling treatment. Don't go. Too money focused and no equine program. They totally have a misleading website as far as advertising programs available and the med director is foul... is very rude and doesn't even live in Arizona!
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Hello, While we can neither confirm or deny your participation in the program the claims you are making are false. We sometimes experience clients who are in severe denial to their addiction and behaviors. Often these clients make wild accusations about us because the pain of their reality is too much so they blame and focus their negative thinking onto the people who are close I proximity. It is easier for them to make us the enemy then them to face their issues. We wish to help everyone but sometimes the person doesn't want to be helped. Its an unfortunate part of this industry and we will weather the slander despite the clients inability to look at their own part.
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5.0
Excellent
All women facility teaching women valuable skills and insight to love themselves and live with integrity. Very caring staff, safe, very good at getting down to the root of the addiction. I can't think of any....... I can't say enough good things about Canyon Crossing. Our daughter went to several rehab facilities prior to Canyon and they don't even compare. Canyon has given us our daughter back and we now have a functioning family unit. What they have done for our daughter is absolutely a miracle. I couldn't have asked for a better facility, staff or program. Their methods and long term program are absolutely what our daughter needed to fight her addiction with drugs. They addressed her as a whole person and dealt with years of issues to give her the foundation she needed to get healthy and sober.
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5.0
Excellent
Womens only treatment CBT and DBT therapy Adventures Accountability Compassion It is a strict program which some of the women dont like but they need it. Thanks to CCR, our daughter is alive, clean and sober for over a year, is independent and surrounded by a loving support group, and now gives back of herself to the community that supports her ongoing recovery. She truly has become a woman with integrity and grace. It shows in every word she speaks. It also means that we as parents have learned so much about ourselves, our family and our own ability to have the courage to change and grow in order to support our daughter’s ongoing recovery, and find our own sanity. We will be forever grateful for the miracles that brought us to today. Other miracles continued to amaze us. CCR should be considered as a role model for treatment centers. Everything that is done every moment of the day is geared toward teaching each client to accept and love themselves, respect others, and support each other as they move through the recovery process. The staff are kind, loving, and have all been there and done that, so they know what each client is going through, and they know how to help, encourage and support them through the process. The wonderful thing about the workshops is that we as parents get to not only see firsthand this process at work, but we get to participate as well. While it was hard work, it was healing, it was educational, and most importantly participating in those workshops allowed us the opportunity to provide support to our daughter by learning new tools to communicate and practicing them in a supportive environment. Just like those girls do every day until they believe in themselves again. Our daughter embraced the program, she has since graduated, has worked for the program, gives back to the community, and continues to thrive in Prescott surrounded by a support group of many remarkable women from the community, from the clients at CCR, and from the staff as well. More miracles. The very hardest thing of all for us was to let go. We can no longer be the coach, director or player and have all the expectations that come with that. The best thing of all is that she is doing it on her own. One day at a time. Thank you Canyon Crossing Recovery for all you have done for our family.
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5.0
Excellent
In our search for after care programs ONLY at Canyon Crossing Recovery presented a program with ideals and processes that sounded consistent with our daughter's primary care facility. Sounded so committed to the success of each client, answered all my questions with passion and love, and even gave me the phone number for a personal reference of a grateful mother that I felt like CCR would be our daughter's best choice. They went so far as to save a bed for her while our daughter reviewed her options and made her choice without our influence. It was extremely hard for us to send our daughter 2,000 miles from home to spend six months with people we had never met. During her six-month stay, we watched our daughter blossom and grow into an independent young woman with integrity and grace. It has been an incredible journey. It was hard work every day for her as well as us. We attended two family workshops during which we were provided education and tools to facilitate family healing. To be able to witness such a wonderful transformation from lying, manipulating addict to thoughtful, kind, caring and introspective young adult, in both our daughter and other clients was nothing short of a miracle. The support we received from the staff on a weekly basis kept us sane. The support of CCR, as well as the sober community environment that has supported our daughter have encouraged her to work towards her life dreams with passion and new-found joy. Recovery is life-long, and success at CCR or any other program is only as good as the client's willingness to live and grow positively. I also believe that success is directly dependent upon the family's willingness to participate in the process.We are truly blessed to have our daughter back in health and mental fitness, and we are forever grateful for all that Canyon Crossing Recovery has done for her as well as us. It was truly a life-changing experience for all of us.
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4.5
Excellent
Highly trained staff, excellent clinical services with a multidisciplinary team, strong 12 step based components. Gender specific programming that meets the unique needs of women in recovery while addressing co-occurring issues that women in early recovery commonly face.
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5.0
Excellent
Staff are extremely passionate, attentive to all aspects of client care, and are highly trained and skillful in what they do. I noticed they had an individualized approach to my treatment, and also integrated psychiatric services, primary care, mental health, health and nutrition, and psychotherapy. This program is excellent for treatment of substance use, and co-occurring disorders. Their staff are so driven and enthusiastic to help!
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5.0
Excellent
The team is beyond efficient in their treatment and convey the message of recovery with such passion and tenacity, one cannot help but to hear it! This facility saves lives! Their care is compassionately and empathetically delivered by highly trained professionals. I highly recommend this facility.
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5.0
Excellent
Total comprehensive treatment. I believe Canyon is a wonderful place for women to receive treatment. They believe in personal integrity and it shows.
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5.0
Excellent
Accountability, passion, well organized, well structured, reliable, willing to help however possible, integrity. The accountability that this program enforces is both vital and remarkable for addicts/alcoholics in recovery. Core problems are addressed and challenged in order to progress through ones recovery. The staff are incredible, genuine, and highly dedicated.
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5.0
Excellent
Accountability, follow through with clients needs, coaching for family, supports clients with various issues. This program is the only one that was ever able to help me with my addiction. I was a chronic relapser and the staff at Canyon Crossing Recovery met me where I was emotionally and offered me the strength and hope I needed
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5.0
Excellent
Very comprehensive treatment and individualized. Excellent therapists and great housing staff. Excellent therapy for trauma and addressing co-occurring disorders and addictions. Great family program and family communication.
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5.0
Excellent
They have a strong program that supports recovery from addiction, the staff is very pro-active in personally assisting each client with her individual needs, the facility is known for producing strong women in recovery walking with integrity and grace, recovery from addiction is of upmost importance, there is a lot of support in the community and a strong familial bond between all the clients and staff. I had an excellent experience with this facility. The staff and community was extremely positive. There was strong support in the recovery program, and personalized attention to each client about their individual struggles and how to overcome them. There is a lot of attention on self-love and acceptance in conjunction with accountability and challenges to grow as a strong, healthy woman in recovery.
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I, like many, had been to a handful of treatments and programs geared towards addiction and this is the first one that was not only focused on living sober and productively with addiction but also fulfill the dreams you already have it in you to achieve and needed a structured and healthier environment to obtain the strength to do so. My experience at CCR and the lessons I still expirence daily is unparalleled. To do this type of work and achieve the results this house and eventually this family produces cannot be an occupation, it must be a passion and I can very confidently say the staff and friends of the house in the community go above and beyond the call of duty in such a rough and sometimes painful world. It will not be easy, however it will be imensly worth it.
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5.0
Excellent
The staff is wonderful! The facilities are great! I have been able to see numerous women go through this program and become better individuals. If you are a women struggling with addiction I would suggest Canyon Crossing Recovery!
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As a chronic relapser and someone who couldn't make it to 90 days without picking up a drink or a drug, Canyon Crossing was literally my last saving grace. I am now coming on 9 months clean and sober, which for the type of addict I was, is a miracle. I spent 6.5 months in the main house and now I live in the alumni house. Canyon Crossing provided the type of therapy and structure that someone like me needed. Yes it may have seemed hard at times, but without the struggles I experienced in my sobriety I wouldn't be the woman I am today; and regardless of the hard times I fell on the women and staff at Canyon Crossing NEVER EVER turned their back on me or walked away from me. Even in the moments where I was less than nice and wanted to walk away from it all they loved me regardless and always reminded how much I was loved and worth recovery. Not only that but Canyon taught me how to live again, from the basic stuff like doing laundry and cooking all the way to the big stuff such as budgeting and scheduling. I am now a woman who does not rely on drugs or alcohol to feel alright. I pay my own bills, I have an amazing job with the opportunity to move forward, I have rebuilt my relationships with my family and for the first time in 24 years I have friends. As much as I would like to give myself credit for all that I've accomplished in the past 9 months, I know damn well I wouldn't be where I\'m at today without the love and support from ALL of those who help make Canyon what it is. I wouldn't change my experience for anything in the world today and for that I am truly grateful.
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After 7 months at Canyon Crossing Recovery my daughter joined us for a family vacation. She is a different person, more patient, more mature and more accepting of life and the people around her. And, for the first time in many years, sober. Her sobriety has allowed her to find peace within herself. CCR supported her journey from a confused young woman with low self-esteem into a woman who now walks more confidently, and more sure of herself and her choices. Canyon Crossing provided the platform and structure she needed to maintain sobriety, rebuild relationships with her family and feel good about herself as a woman. The program promotes self-responsibility and challenges behaviors that lead to relapse. As parents, we benefited from the CCR family program. We learned how destructive our "help" has been. Weekly updates with CCR staff provided an opportunity to address concerns and helped us to understand what we needed to do to help our daughter succeed. We now enjoy an adult relationship with our daughter. Thank you to all of the CCR staff that supported our daughter on this journey.
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My younger sister was addicted to opiates, benzodiazepines and methamphetamine. Before entering Canyon Crossing she was a loose cannon. I remember I would often have fears for her safety, and was deeply troubled on a regular basis due to the path she was headed down. In 2013 she entered the program. Being in recovery myself I had some notion of what she would go through as she began the daunting journey in recovery. Drug addicts and alcoholics while not in recovery are extremely manipulative, dishonest and selfish and my little sister was no exception to this. The person she had become was a far cry from the innocent care-free sibling I had known growing up. When she entered Canyon I would often get updates on her progress. She often complained of the intensity of the program. For example, the level of accountability each client is held to. This encouraged me because addicts and alcoholics NEED to be held accountable for their actions so that they may learn to take responsibility for their actions and thus be one step closer to changing their lives in a positive manner. My sister's path was not easy; she had her ups and downs and the staff without a doubt was hard on her. I could easily see how people would consider this "mean." However it is anything but that. They held my little sister responsible for her actions, and yes they were very upfront with no sugar coating on the approach, which is exactly what addicts need. However underlying this tough no nonsense approach was a spirit of love and community. I could tell the staff ginuinely cared for my sister and had her best interest at heart at all times. Yes, sometimes their measures were drastic, but we are talking about addiction which is a very real killer, which means that their measures were well within reason when looking at the reality of the situation. It is some two years later and I am beyond grateful to say my little sister is still clean and sober. But what's more is she has learned self-respect, integrity, responsibility and what it means to be a woman. She is currently on the road to finishing her bachelors degree and I finally have my baby sister back. In short the approach here is intense and the addict who is being confronted will probably not like it at the time, however, if they listen to the advice and take the guidance being given to them they too can end up like my little sister. I highly recommend Canyon Crossing.
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After going to a 45 day inpatient treatment where I was able to get my body sober from heroin, I thankfully had the opportunity to go to Canyon Crossing which is where I was able to get mentally sober, and stay sober though the lessons I learned and the tools I gained while there. I am a Canyon Crossing alumni and I have over a year sober now due to the rigorous program that forced me to face my addiction head on but in a loving, supportive, and safe environment. Today I get to have my family back, I get to be financially self supporting, and I have a second family to support me though whatever I need. If I had not decided to continue my treatment at Canyon Crossing I do not believe I would have all of these beautiful things or even be sober today.
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This is the first place I received such dedicated treatment to tackle all parts of the disease of addiction. I was able to come to terms and realize so many things that I never would have before. The core issues that I had were addressed and I was able to get better as a result of this. I am forever grateful to Canyon Crossing for all that I have learned and for the quality of recovery I have been shown throughout my stay. I learned how to live life on life's terms and how to use the tools of recovery to live day to day. The strength, dedication, time, and commitment from the staff is absolutely outstanding.
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5.0
Excellent
Canyon Crossing is, in my opinion, one of the best places for women's recovery in Arizona. They have an amazing, caring staff and an individualized approach to treatment. Women who successfully complete the program go on to become productive, sober members of society. I have recommended this program to everyone looking for a strong female facility because I truly believe in not only their program, but their results.
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Excellent management team who is committed to the recovery of all their clients. They have an extraordinary level of expertise creating a culture within the program which has yielded strong results.
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4.3
Great
My daughter entered near death from a five-year heroin addiction, and has since graduated from Canyon Crossing. She is clear eyed, determined to remain drug free, employed, has goals for the future, has a circle of like-minded friends and a great local support system. She's learned to live life, and have fun(!) without the need for a drug on board. Though I was very vigilant throughout her program, at no time did I see any form of abuse (although granted, this is a tough program and perhaps the level of self-discipline learned and standards of behavior seem very foreign to one engulfed by a lifestyle of addiction). In my experience, the staff is passionately committed to their clients, and the expertise of counseling is outstanding. My daughter's comment: "They won't let me just slide through on my stuff! It's hard, but awesome!" The level of communication with families, follow through, and follow up is one of Canyon's real strengths — the family is part of the team. Family weekends, held intermittently, are invaluable in rebuilding bonds and communication often lost during addiction. They can be grueling, but worth it. In any addiction, you have to want recovery, and want it badly enough to work for it, look deeply at issues, change behaviors. Canyon is not a summer camp, it is a well rounded, comprehensive program that offers a real foundation for a real future. As a parent "veteran," I recommend Canyon Crossing very highly. More importantly, so does my daughter.
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5.0
Excellent
Very awesome place! Staff is amazing and go out of their way to help!
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5.0
Excellent
The staff is very committed to the success of the clients that have the benefit of attending their facility... If you are looking for an honest facility for you or a loved one you will not be disappointed with the level of knowledge and professionalism that you will get at Canyon Crossing.
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4.3
Great
My daughter greatly benefitted from their structure. I benefitted from family weeks. Counselors and staff who are recovered addicts understand what is needed; they support the women/girls but don't allow manipulation and will fight for you to make it.
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