Amity Circle Tree Ranch

3.4 (12 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
10500 E Tanque Verde Road
Tucson, AZ 85749
8003813318 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Our philosophy is based on the belief that life is an apprenticeship to the truth. Around every circle of truth, a larger circle can grow. The extent to which this circle expands depends upon the force of truth which the individual manifests. Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of our minds. We must press on, for nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.

Amity Circle Tree Ranch Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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AB

Amity's so-called "treatment scarred me for life. What happened to me there was worse than anything that happened with me when I was using drugs. And no one stays clean after leaving. How can you, whe...

JD

Amity is a shame-based "rehab" . I'd recommend staying as far away from it as possible. I was diagnosed with PTSD directly related to what I suffered there.

KLF

I am so grateful to Circle Tree Ranch for giving me my son back. He is now healthy, happy, excited motivated for his future and he is not only invested in his recovery, he is interested and engaged in...

MYOB

If there were any justice in the world, this terrible place would have been shut down a long time ago. Do not send your loved ones there and do not go there yourself.

CAT

Amity Circle Tree Ranch has helped me understand my addictions and myself more then anyone or anything else ever. I came to the center broken, damaged beyond belief and with no hope. I shared, I liste...

HH

Amity Circle tree ranch was a life-changing experience . I was addicted to heroin on and off for about 25 years .I had been in a few other rehabs . But I found amity to be an educational experience fo...

CJM

After 20 years of addiction I chose to Amity help me turn my life around. I admit at times it was tough I stuck it out because ultimately I allowed my life to put me exactly where I needed to be. I ma...

Ann

Not a rehab center, more of a work camp... Food inadequate - my son was hungry most of the time.. This was a rip-off

Anonymous

staff cares, safe and clean sooner you seek help the better results

Anonymous

makes livimg worth while needs more space helped out when needed

Ase

Coming from someone who has seen quite a few treatment centers, Amity is hands down the place to go if you want to clean up.

Anonymous

The atmosphere is awesome and they are very professional.


Areas of Focus
Treating Trauma and Recovery at Amity Circle Tree Ranch

At Circle Tree Ranch we understand that often chemical dependency and other addictive or self-destructive behaviors are related to overwhelming experiences of exposure to abusive power, physical and sexual abuse, disabling losses and disrupted attachment, usually beginning in childhood.

Recovery and Native American Traditions at Circle Tree Ranch

Native American traditions have symbolically been a part of the Circle Tree Ranch culture, ceremony and curriculum for over two decades. Amity’s Circle Tree Ranch residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation center has provided extremely successful addiction treatment options for Native Americans in Arizona and throughout the Southwest for twenty years.

Key Staff Members
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    Naya Arbiter - Founder

    Ms. Naya Arbiter is the principal of Extensions, LLC, a private consulting group, which she founded. Ms. Arbiter has, in the past two years, been in twenty-two states consulting and providing training to state agencies and to professionals in human services. Simultaneously, she has continued her ground-breaking work in developing specialized curriculum for populations who have been ignored or underserved. Ms. Arbiter was one of 125 national experts on drug abuse selected by President Regan in 1987 to serve as a conferee to the White House Conference for a Drug-Free America. She played a key role in the development of the conference recommendations on drug abuse treatment for the President and Congress. Ms. Arbiter has presented on adolescent drug use, prevention, and treatment; cultural competence and has published articles on substance abuse in the Journal of Adolescent Research, American Jails, and the International Journal of Addictions, as well as contributing several chapters to books on these topics.