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The Haven

1107 E. Adelaide Dr, Tucson, Arizona, 85719
The Haven provides 12-step-based addiction treatment programs for women over 18 struggling with substance abuse issues. Services include residential treatment programs lasting between 45 and 90 days, transitional housing programs, individual and group therapy sessions, random-drug screening, and relapse prevention training to encourage long-term recovery.

Facility Highlights

  • Self-Help Communities
  • Motivational Interviewing Evidence Based Therapies
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    The focus of cognitive behavioral therapy (also called CBT) is helping people to understand the thoughts and emotions that underlie their addiction with the goal of learning new, healthier and more productive ways to understand and express themselves.
  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Facility Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

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Located in a residential Tucson neighborhood, The Haven provides culturally-responsive and trauma-sensitive treatment to women struggling with addiction. The rehab offers long-term residential, transitional housing, and outpatient treatment programs. Of Arizona’s 358 facilities, The Haven is one of just seven (2 percent) to offer residential support for clients’ children. Also distinct is the center’s specialized programming applying Native American practices in treatment for both Native and non-native clients.


According to the facility's website, a typical residential stay at The Haven lasts at least 30 days, with individualized plans reviewed and adjusted accordingly.

Treatment plans involve education and individual and group counseling, with an emphasis on relapse prevention. Among the array of methods clients participate in are cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), PTSD-oriented Seeking Safety, motivational interviewing (MI), and 12-step meetings. Parenting classes are offered for residents, and support and educational groups for loved ones are also provided.

The Haven’s Native Ways Program is designed to provide supportive options for Native American women, emphasizing wellness and balance. Available therapeutic activities include smudging, medicine wheel, sweat lodge, music and art, and White Bison 12-step meetings.

Outpatient programming utilizes the Matrix Model, which incorporates drug screening. The 12-week intensive outpatient program meets for nine hours each week, making the The Haven among the 48.4 percent of Arizona facilities to provide an IOP. Graduates of the residential program also have access to a weekly aftercare meeting.


The Haven employs master’s-level therapists and social workers, certified addiction counselors, and recovery coaches. The staff includes a full-time Native American licensed counselor. According to information provided by the facility to Rehabs.com, the staff-to-client ratio is 1:3.


Website photographs of the 44-bed main facility feature a variety of outdoor seating, colorful courtyards, and simply furnished rooms. Accommodations include a unit for single women, homes for mothers with small children, a space for women in the final phase of treatment, and a transitional home for graduates. Distinct accommodations are provided for the Native Ways Program. The Haven is a non-smoking campus, including e-cigarettes. Both residential and outpatient locations of The Haven are accessible by public bus.


The sole alum to provide feedback to Rehabs.com to date for The Haven awarded maximum five-star ratings for treatment effectiveness and accommodations. "Great care and service," the alum wrote. Likewise, reviews on both Google and the facility’s official Facebook page were nearly universally favorable. Six individuals contributed to an average rating of 4.5 out of five stars on Google, with alumni citing the “healing” outcomes and variety of treatment approaches as strengths.[1]

On Facebook, which includes some feedback that The Haven staff may monitor, 40 opinions factored in the same average of 4.5 out of five. Alumni tended to agree that the program changed their lives, resulted in achieved long-lasting sobriety, and helped them to heal. In a representative review, alum D.K. wrote: “They help you believe in YOU again and if YOU want it bad enough that YOU can do it!!!” Just one reviewer characterized the facility as dirty and ineffective.[2]


The two loved ones polled by Rehabs.com to date both indicated their likelihood to recommend The Haven to others with four out of five stars. Together, the two gave mostly three and four stars for all 15 metrics measured. While split between three and four stars for treatment effectiveness , both agreed on four-star ratings for family participation, cleanliness and upkeep, and affordability. One reported that The Haven “did not have a hospital feel.”


Residential treatment at The Haven is in-network with Humana and outpatient is covered by Blue Cross Blue Shield, according to the facility’s website at the time of this writing. Costs begin at $4,800 per month and $15,200 for 90 days, as reported to Rehabs.com by the facility’s staff. The website notes that payment plans and assistance with obtaining funding are available.

[1] GoogleReviews
[2] https://www.facebook.com/pg/The-Haven-Tucson-180552471956312/reviews/

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