ABOUT VOGUE RECOVERY CENTER
Vogue Recovery Center in Phoenix, Ariz. is a luxury residential treatment facility for adults struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. As a small luxury center, Vogue provides clients with medical detox services and access to a full range of upscale therapeutic treatments and amenities, including yoga, deep tissue massage, gourmet meals, and more. According to a 2016 SAMHSA survey, the facility was one of only 5.3 percent of facilities in the state to offer non-hospital, residential detoxification. Vogue Recovery Center also operates a facility in Las Vegas.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
To identify individual needs, clients typically begin treatment with an substance abuse assessment that considers their physical health and addiction history. If necessary, the facility specializes in detoxification services to minimize the discomfort of withdrawal from alcohol, prescription pain killers, and other substances.
Holistic in nature, treatment at Vogue Recovery Center aims to address the client's mind, body, and spirit. To support physical, mental and social recovery, the center provides group therapy and individual counseling, case management services, mentorship opportunities and supportive coaching, family support and counseling, and technology-based learning. The facility may also incorporate hypnotherapy and neurofeedback sessions to address trauma-related concerns.
Along with evidence-based treatment approaches, residents may participate in daily yoga or schedule a therapeutic massage. Other holistic options include music therapy, guided meditation, and nutritional counseling.
On staff at the facility in Arizona is a naturopathic medical doctor, master’s-level and board-certified addiction counselors, case managers, a 24-hour nursing staff, and an executive chef. According to the facility's website, the center offers a staff-to- client ratio of 5:1.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The luxury facility hosts a maximum of 10 clients in semi-private rooms. The home features comfortable, well-furnished common areas with a flat screen TV, and clients enjoy gourmet meals. Cell phones, laptops, and other electronic devices are not permitted, nor are personal phone calls during the first week of treatment. Clients also participate in regular weekly outings, which may include nature hikes and recreational activities within the community.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
All four alumni polled by Rehabs.com to date shared excellent feedback for the facility. In addition to awarding five out of five stars for the facility's treatment effectiveness, as well as the quality of accommodations and meals, alumni appreciated the strong medical and clinical care. “Great staff and Environment!” A.D.wrote in a representative review. “Everyone here wants to help!”
The facility also received mostly positive coverage across secondary sources, including an average rating of 4.4 out of five stars from seven Google reviewers, six perfect five-star ratings on its Facebook page, and an average rating of 4.2 stars from five Yelp reviews. Several referred to their experience as life-changing or life-saving. It should be noted that the facility can monitor its Facebook page.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The sole staff member polled by Rehabs.com to date indicated that they'd strongly recommend the facility to others. The staff member also gave five-star ratings for the facility's counseling options and its inclusion of holistic treatments.“Outstanding client care and ethics,” he wrote. .
Vogue Recovery Center accepts most PPO insurance plans, including out-of-state plans from Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and United Behavioral Health.
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