Canyon Vista Recovery Center

2.8 (23 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
860 North Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201
8884096984 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

At Women In New Recovery (WINR), women are given the opportunity to engage in treatment for alcohol and drug abuse in a single-gender environment. This type of treatment setting has been proven to reduce the chances of relapse and increase the probability of long-term sobriety. Using a combination of evidenced-based treatment, 20-plus years of experience, and holistic therapies, WINR provides clients with comprehensive addiction treatment in a safe and supportive setting. Upon completion of the program, alumni have numerous opportunities to stay involved and are provided with continuing care support for at least one year.

Canyon Vista Recovery Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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Canyon vista has made a lot of changes we have an excellent clinical staff our nurses are awesome loving caring our techs are there to help in every way they can From the time you walk on the door fro...


My boyfriend left Canyon Vista Recovery Center after 3 days of detox. The medical staff informed him that he was \"medically safe\" to leave, but it would be against medical advice. Four days after he...


Was here twice, both times they failed me. No liscenced counselors. I came with multiple prescriptions for antidepressants and drugs I was on for my health, and they completely neglected to fill them ...


This was, perhaps the worst place I could have chosen. If it were my child needing help for an addiction...NEVER would I send her/him there. Chaotic, unorganized, staff, not knowing who is responsible...


Very poor trained staff, co-ed is not a good thing. P Clients are sleeping with others. I would NOT recommend this regard, it's a joke


I Was at the facility for Alcohol abuse from 6/2 - 6/26 of 2019. I'm still in the process of trying to get a refund for over paying out of pocket. They don't answer voice mails or the phone apparently...


This facility was not a match for my son . He doesn’t have insurance and they don’t give scholarships. I did want to let others know how impressed I was when speaking to one staff member. She aske...


This place is only in business to make money. Choose somewhere else. They don't care if you get help or not they only want your insurance money. They cannot keep staff. It's so chaotic they have had 6...


Canyon Vista was the worst treatment I have ever received for my addiction. There is not compassion from staff, on a white board it states Improve patients lives. They did improve my life. Houses are ...


The treatment center is dirty, no patient respect or privacy, men and women love in same houses, techs are untrained and ride to patients, no program schedule, the food by the chief is gross. Not what...


This place guided me back to the authentic person that I was before my addiction took over my life! The classes and Therapies gave me the tools I needed to keep the freedom, integrity and peace that I...


These reviews are a load of doggy refuse (sorry Lily - awesome therapy dog) But the accomodations were not as good as a homeless shelter, policies were enforced by staff prejudice


I stayed at WINR September 3-October 4, 2009. I am grateful for the fellowship of the women to help me build a firm foundation and to learn respect for others and myself. I have 8 years clean and am a...


My parents sent my to a WINR home is scottsdale when I was 19. Worst possible place to send me. It wasn\'t anything near as nice as the pics shown on the site. They were not supportive of my then unkn...


A year after I attended WINR, I recieved a bill from a toxicology lab in Texas for $24,000 for drug screens I recieved at WINR, to the tune of $2,100 PER SCREEN. When I called WINR for help, their res...


WINR, has been the best recovery for my daughter. She was very sick and needed a lot of help, love and direction. Her doctor\'s told me to plan her funeral because they didn\'t think she would make i...


10 yrs ago my precious daughter was in the throes of Meth addiction. She had tried a 30 day program with no luck. On May 19,2006 she courageously left Texas and went to WINR. WINR not only saved her l...


Close to where I lived. Lack of caring...nothing offered to handle depression, co occuring addictions. Please don't use this place.


Good specialists, programs, and activities to get you back on your feet. Food and admins could be a bit better. This facility is a life experience to attend to. It fixes you, and leads you on the righ...


Very Structured. Clients are held accountable at all times. Very strict. it is not a treatment center. It is a halfway house. No on site licensed counselors. All treatment done via AA mtgs and sponsor...


This program saved my life. I began to think I would never get better. I never knew the type of life I could have until I got better here.


I attended the WINR and kids program (which they currently do not have, but I wish they did). It definitely saved my life. I learned so many life skills that I use every day. I had been using drugs fo...


My daughter attended this program. She had been to 4 other treatment centers. This program is the best treatment center by a long shot. They said individualized treatment and they meant it. I was able...

Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.