PHOENIX - (Sept. 13, 2010) - Due to the growth of its Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Calvary Addiction Recovery Center, a Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. (PSI) facility, is pleased to announce the opening of a newly renovated building to house four intensive outpatient groups.
Calvary staff members are experts in the treatment of addiction, recovery coaching and the creation of effective relapse prevention plans. The IOP model has been time tested for more than 20 years and thousands of people have been put through the program successfully at Calvary.
“The acquisition of a new building to house our intensive outpatient groups is a great addition to our recovery center,” said CEO Sean Walsh. “It provides us the opportunity and adequate space to continue treating those in our community in need of outpatient programs.”
The four outpatient groups will be held on weekdays in the new building, located adjacent to the facility, from 9 a.m.-noon, 12:30-3:30 p.m., 3-6 p.m. or 6-9 p.m. In the future, Calvary hopes to expand its Intensive Outpatient Program services to include a weekend group.
About Calvary Addiction Recovery Center
Since 1964, Calvary Addiction Recovery Center has been a leader in Christian addiction treatment and recovery. That same approach has proven effective with other faiths and those seeking a traditional 12-step program. The Calvary program addresses the practical, physical and spiritual aspects of addiction and problem gambling, setting the stage for long-term recovery and restored family life. For more information, please visit www.calvaryaddictionrecoverycenternews.com
About Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. (PSI)
Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. offers an extensive continuum of behavioral health programs to critically ill children, adolescents and adults and is the largest operator of owned or leased freestanding psychiatric inpatient facilities with more than 11,000 beds in 32 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. PSI also manages freestanding psychiatric inpatient facilities for government agencies and psychiatric inpatient units within medical/surgical hospitals owned by others. For more information, please visit www.behavioralhealthmedia.com