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Canyon Crossing Recovery for Women

819 C W Gurley Street, Prescott, Arizona, 86305
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 Highlights

  • DBT & CBT
  • 12-Step Based Therapy
  • Educational Workshops


  • Individualized Treatment

    Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
  • Equine Therapy

    A form of animal therapy, equine therapy involves visiting, working with and sometimes riding horses as a way to create a metaphoric relationship that leads to life-altering insights.

Facility Settings

  • Wilderness

Meet the Staff

  • Justin Bachman
    Justin BachmanChief 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.
  • Erin Bachman
    Erin BachmanDirector 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.

Financial Details

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Set in the hills of Prescott, Ariz., Canyon Crossing Recovery (CCR) is a long-term transitional treatment center for women struggling with substance use disorders. The facility provides holistic and traditional talk therapies through a combination of intensive outpatient programming (IOP) and a structured sober living environment. CCR is also among the just 11.1 percent of the state’s 341 treatment facilities to provide full-day treatment or partial hospitalization programming (PHP), 21.4 holding Joint Commission credentials, and 48.1 offering specialized care for women. Most clients enroll at CCR following detox services or short-term treatment at another rehab.


Treatment at Canyon Crossing Recovery focuses on the distinct experiences and needs of women in recovery. Programming is designed to address the whole person — physical, emotional, spiritual, and social, during a typical stay of more than three months. Dual diagnosis treatment is available to address co-occurring bipolar, mood, and anxiety disorders, along with trauma.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), 12-step practices and concepts, and outdoor adventure therapy provide the foundation for recovery at CCR, according to the facility’s website. During treatment, clients can expect to participate in weekly drug testing. Canyon Crossing therapists also practice rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT), which is offered at fewer than 50 percent of Arizona facilities.

Also key to the transitional rehab experience are the recovery center’s educational sessions for developing an array of life skills, including communication, financial management, boundaries, and employment preparation. In addition, CCR’s family program offers education, skills-building training, and counseling for loved ones.

The Arizona canyons and red rocks give residents opportunities to participate in therapeutic spiritual retreats, climbing, tubing, ropes courses, hiking, and equestrian activity.


Canyon Crossing Recovery was founded by a woman in recovery, and employs numerous women who have experienced addiction and rehabilitation. According to information provided to Rehabs.com by the facility, the staff-to-client ratio is 1:2. Treatment team members include a psychiatrist, primary care physician, master’s-level counselors, and addiction counselors, a nutritionist, and a yoga instructor, each licensed in their field.


Canyon Crossing Recovery prides itself on providing highly-individualized care. In fact, the facility’s capacity of 20 beds is comfortably below the national average of 33 and Arizona average of 29. Bedrooms are shared, along with sunny living rooms and open kitchens.


Feedback for Canyon Crossing Recovery at the time of this writing was overwhelmingly favorable, highlighting the facility’s integrative, successful treatment approach.

All but two of 17 alumni polled by Rehabs.com would recommend the facility. Most emphasized the tools learned in treatment, helping them to live productively in recovery. Several former clients acknowledge that the program was challenging, but expressed appreciation for the responsibility they developed. Two alumni cited over-emphasis on life skills and strict accountability practices as facility weaknesses.

The most frequent alumni comment was on the value of addressing multiple areas of recovery at CCR. Data from eight alumni polled extensively supported written commentary.

Counseling Options: 4.4/5
Dual Diagnosis Treatment: 4.1/5
Holistic Offerings: 3.8/5

Alumni also highlighted their experience of individual care, development of self-confidence, and reconciliation of family relationships. Several praised the staff’s commitment to their success, as well as the quality of the living conditions.

Family Participation: 4.6/5
Staff Experience and Training: 4.5/5
Cleanliness and Upkeep: 4.5/5

These opinions were echoed elsewhere. On Google, Canyon Crossing Recovery received a rating of 4.5 out of five stars, based on 31 reviews.[1] Likewise on Yelp, 86 percent of 70 reviewers awarded CCR five out of five stars.[2] [3] Both secondary review sites included feedback from a mix of alumni, affiliated family members, staff, and professionals in the field of behavioral health.

While around 10 percent of alumni reviews across both sites (some duplicated) characterized the treatment as ineffective or accountability practices as punitive, in a more typical review, alum T.L. wrote on Google: “I learned how to be honest, how to be accountable, how to believe in myself again."


All 11 loved ones polled by Rehabs.com shared positive opinions of Canyon Crossing Recovery. Feedback followed alumni trends. Several also highlighted the value of staff’s personal recovery along with their knowledge and tenacity.

Family Participation: 5/5
Staff Experience and Training: 5/5

One mother wrote on Yelp: “My daughter has learned how to be independent and full of self-worth and confidence.”


Similarly, all seven employees polled by Rehabs.com highly recommended CCR, most commonly citing comprehensive treatment and positive results as strengths.


The Canyon Crossing Recovery website offers a tool for verifying insurance coverage. Data from 13 individuals polled by Rehabs.com appreciated the cost of treatment.

Affordability: 4.7/5

[1] GoogleReviews
[2] https://www.yelp.com/biz/canyon-crossing-recovery-prescott
[3] https://www.yelp.com/notrecommendedreviews/canyon-crossing-recovery-prescott?notrecommendedstart=0

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