Cottonwood Tucson is an inpatient addiction and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment center for individuals struggling with substance or process abuse. Utilizing a combination of holistic and clinical modalities, Cottonwood Tucson seeks to provide comprehensive addiction treatment care to individuals struggling with a variety of chemical and process addictions including opiate addiction, alcoholism, impulsive spending/ shopping addiction, pathological gambling, video game addiction, spice addiction, sex addiction, bath salts addiction, and more.
Member of the Cottonwood Team since 2008. Betty grew up and spent much of her professional career in Pennsylvania before following the sun to Tucson several years ago. She received a B.S. in management from Rosemont (PA) College and has been working in human resources for 20 years. Betty specializes in employee relations and recognition. In her spare time, she likes to travel and play golf with her husband. Betty brings to her work at Cottonwood personal experience as the loved one of a recovering addict and is a grateful member of NarAnon.More
Member of the Cottonwood Team since 1992. A native of Illinois, Sue has been living in Arizona since 1970. Before coming to Cottonwood, she worked with developmentally disabled children and then as a client advocate for the State of Arizona. Sue oversees a marketing staff of 8, and in her spare time can be found with her two grown children - hiking or riding bikes in the scenic foothills around Tucson.More
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