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Chemical Dependency: Adult Outpatient

Chemical Dependency: Adult Outpatient

The outpatient program provides treatment and counseling for alcohol, stimulants, opiates, prescription drugs, illicit drugs or methadone to those 18 years and older.

Chemical Dependency: Adult Outpatient

1800 E. Van Buren Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006

Referrals or questions can be sent to us via e-mail:
[email protected]

Our Outpatient Office Coordinator can answer admissions questions please call: 602-251-8400

Our Business Development & Community Outreach Department can be contacted for any questions or if interested in collaborating with St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center.

Contact Info.

Office: 602-251-8580
[email protected]

Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program - Goals & Activities

What is Chemical Dependency? 

Chemical dependence is the medical term used to describe the abuse of drugs or alcohol that continues even when individuals begin to develop problems related to their use.


About Our Adult Program

For adults seeking a transition from an inpatient detox program or as a direct referral based on initial assessment, St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center also offers an outpatient program. Using an abstinence based program that uses a combination of a 12-step program and cognitive behavioral approaches, our compassionate staff will work with you to help you achieve and maintain sobriety.

The outpatient program provides treatment and counseling for alcohol, stimulants, opiates, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, or methadone to those 18 years and older. 


Program Goals

  • Patient will verbalize commitment to abstinence
  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Individualized treatment plan
  • Introduce patients and families to alternative recovery lifestyle
  • Develop relapse prevention plan
  • Develop coping and sobriety skills
  • Develop positive leisure skills ​

Program Services

  • Group and family treatment
  • Patient and family education
  • Medication intervention
  • Introduction in to cognitive behavioral interventions
  • 12-step orientation and introductory sponsorship
  • Relapse prevention
  • Comprehensive discharge planning

Daily Program Activities

  • Group treatment
  • Introduction to support groups
  • Educational groups
  • Multi-family therapy
  • Relapse prevention
  • Urine drug screens

Ready to get started?

To receive a free, confidential assessment, call 602-251-8535 or fill out our assessment form.

Patient Assessment Form