Prescott House

4.1 (30 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
214 North Arizona Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86301
8664254673 Visit Website
Paying for Treatment
  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Evolving since 1988, Prescott House has become nationally recognized for men needing extended care treatment. Serving as a residential rehabilitation facility for men from all walks of life, Prescott House provides intensive recovery treatment for addiction as well as other life hindering issues.

Prescott House Reviews and Ratings Details

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In spite of the Pandemic and political turmoil in our daily lives, we as a family have much to be thankful for, as we approach the end of 2020. Most notably our connection to Prescott House as a resul...


I entered Prescott House in 1995 following 25 years of substance abuse. I have been sober 24 years 08/20. It was an absolute privilege to have gone there. I am eternally grateful for the experience ...


The Prescott House experience is an unforgettable one. Through self examination, acceptance, rigorous honesty and service work, even the sickest suffering alcoholic or addict can look at himself and r...


When I first attended Prescott house I was nervous andexpected it to be like a jail. But I was pleasantly surprised. The nurturing and tough love I experienced there was amazing and really helped me g...


Prescott House Was truly instrumental in helping my brother and our family face comet deal with and recognize addiction. They helped us develop tools to confront it and understand what we were going t...


This place is horrible. They don’t work or communicate with the families even if that is what the patient desires. They gladly take the insurance company money. They will only work with you when it ...


toxic environment, but helps you grow up and manage yourself better


If one wants to truly change their life and find happiness in recovery, P House is hands down the place. I’ve been to many of the other ”best” facilities in the country, they don’t even compar...


I attended the Prescott House in 2011. I was the 843rd graduate. Brevity has never been my strong suit and in this instance I find I am able to say it very succinctly. Prescott House taught me how to ...


I went to Prescott House bear the end of 2018 and with the help of the staff and the clients, I gained a new appreciation for life and my own clean time. I am now 18 months clean and still going stron...


Prescott House is an amazing place to recover, I myself was able to recover from my addiction, even moving back to my home things have never been better. Happier than ever, THANK YOU VERY MUCH


Just came back from the best long weekend I have ever experienced. Stayed at Prescott House where the room was top quality; spacious and tasteful. Best sleep ...not sure if it’s the Saranac Lake air...


This place saved my life. I made lifelong friendships here with people who truly care for me. I learned more about myself here than I ever could imagined me. I was challenged day in and day out by the...


Prescott House truly saved my life. It was the first place I’ve ever went that made me see the truth and helped turn me into a productive member of society. I didn’t have much hope in anything upo...


I'm extremely greatful and thankful to the prescott house for playing a huge role in my sobriety. Without the staff and the structured programs they have to offer I wouldn't be where I'm at today. Tha...


Challenging, but effective. Stick with it!


After attending multiple treatment programs, I found myself in a position AGAIN where I could not function for even a few hours without the use of drugs and alcohol. My parents found the Prescott Hous...


P-House saved my life. I thought they were very compassionate, but they pushed me hard to make the changes I needed to live a healthy life. The most valuable thing I learned was to listen to people I ...


This placed saved my life. I am forever grateful for the Prescott House


Best Treatment in the country. SAVED MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!


The Prescott House is great, I felt right at home. The staff was very friendly and I thank them every day in my prayers.


After so many false starts at other programs this one works. It is for real.


This place saved my life five years ago. It's tough but like any recovery program you have to want to get better and willingly follow the program. Co-dependent families don't help. Lot's of post treat...


Strengths included: Cleanliness, Treatment, Activities. Loved one relapsed and overdosed the day he left rehab. Overall everything checked out. All looked good, and well. I thought he was on the path ...


A strength of the facility was that it was small. Doesnt help bipolar who doesnt have drug addiction.


It is a very involved program -- helping the clients learn how to deal with their addiction and learn how to re-enter the world drug free-- with lots of support.


This rehab was a good starting off point for me to get sober and kick me in the butt a little. But I feel my real recovery journey did start until I left here and really started to do participate in A...

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.

Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Dayton Turberville, MED, LISAC, CSAT, CMAT
    Dayton Turberville, MED, LISAC, CSAT, CMAT - Executive Director

    Dayton Turberville is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor in the state of Arizona, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, and a Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist. He received his Master of Education with an emphasis in Counseling & Human Relations from Northern Arizona University. Dayton has worked in the fields of addiction and behavioral health since 1999, including clinical and administrative roles in public and private agencies. Prior to becoming Executive Director of Prescott House, Dayton served as our Clinical Director, as well as primary and adjunct therapist.His dedication to the mission of Prescott House and a strong commitment to the clients’ success are indispensable to the overall effectiveness of the program. Dayton’s door is always open to both staff and clients.

  • Photo of Fred Markham
    Fred Markham - Medical Director since 1988

    Dr. Markham is Board-Certified in internal medicine and a former member of the Medical Staff at Yavapai Regional Medical Center.A graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine, he is a respected and experienced emergency room physician with a private practice in Prescott. Dr. Markham is a member of the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians.