New Leafs Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

1655 East University Drive Suite 100
Mesa, AZ 85203

Mesa, Arizona
480-969-6955

About New Leafs Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

Located in Mesa, Arizona, A New Leaf Dorothy B. Mitchell Counseling Center provides outpatient services to individuals who are in crisis situations. If addiction is the primary concern, clients may participate in outpatient counseling and therapy. If a higher level of care is needed, clients may be referred to an alcohol and drug rehab center. Each client is treated with respect and will be provided services that align with their needs. This is an LGBTQ- friendly facility.

Services at A New Leaf Dorothy B. Mitchell Counseling Center include housing and shelter services, financial empowerment services, educational services, foster care, family support services, primary medical care, after-school programming, health and wellness classes, and support for individuals who have suffered from sexual or domestic violence. They also provide support for those who are at risk of being homeless. Services are available for youth, adolescents, and adults. A New Leaf Dorothy B. Mitchell Counseling Center is accredited by The Joint Commission.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) LGBTQ Friendly Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy in Arizona teaches individuals in addiction treatment to connect their feelings, thoughts, and actions to discover how these impact their recovery. This treatment method is frequently used for the treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders.

LGBTQ Friendly Rehab

Women’s experiences with addiction can differ greatly from men’s. Women’s rehab in Arizona addresses these differences and provides gender-specific treatment targeted to meet women’s needs.

Teen & Adolescent Program

When individuals choose a young adult program in Arizona, they receive multidisciplinary care that addresses all aspects of their lives. Treatment focuses on physical, social, educational, and emotional needs, encompassing both addiction and dual diagnosis treatment.

Levels of Care

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Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab in Arizona often serves as a transition from inpatient treatment to aftercare programs. It is... suitable for those who are coping well in recovery but still need a high level of accountability from counselors and peers.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

If you are struggling with both addiction and mental illness, you need Arizona dual diagnosis treatment. Becau...se one condition can aggravate the other, this integrated method treats both at the same time, for better recovery results.
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Insurance

medicaid icon Medicaid Accepted

If eligible for Medicaid, you can utilize your coverage to help pay for alcohol and drug rehab in Arizona. Med...icaid — administered under the name Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) can aid with the cost of all levels of care for addiction treatment, including detox in Arizona, inpatient rehab in Arizona, and more.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

Using self-pay methods to cover the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Alaska can include options like paying i...n cash, taking out a personal loan, or using funds from a medical loan. The fee structures differ, depending on the levels of care.
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sliding-scale icon Sliding Scale Payment

If you’re struggling with substance abuse and need help to cover the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Arizo...na, a sliding scale payment plan may be a good solution, as payments are based on what you can reasonably afford to pay. To qualify for this treatment discount, you must complete an application and provide supporting financial documentation.
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Mesa, AZ 85203

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