Arizona-based Sierra Tucson, a leader in behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment and a member of the Acadia Healthcare international network, has expanded its robust continuum of services by opening the state-of-the-art Copper Sky Building on its recovery center campus. The new, 30,000-square-foot lodge houses 44 beds and the Crossing and Chrysalis programs. The Crossing program provides detoxification and stabilization to individuals before they transition to Sierra Tucson’s residential treatment program, while the Chrysalis program offers personalized care with wraparound services. The Chrysalis program uses an integrative model of care to provide holistic, personalized treatment to individuals who do not meet the criteria for acute care and are not a fit for traditional residential treatment. The new Copper Sky Building also boasts features designed to enhance the healing experience, including beautifully styled resident accommodations, integrative therapy rooms, areas for individual therapy sessions, a pharmacy, and an admissions center.
- Acadia Healthcare Launches National Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline
- Crisis Support Team Supports Schools in the Aftermath of a Suicide | Opinion
- Acadia Breaks Ground on New Hospital in Nashville
- Mental Illness Often Impacts Opioid Addiction
- On the Job and on Drugs: Police Officers Who Struggle with Addiction