Sovereign Health of Chandler’s Levels of Care
Women ages 18 to 65 years old who are survivors of trauma and abuse and who attend Sovereign Health of Chandler’s facility in Arizona receive high-quality, evidence-based behavioral health treatment services for mental illnesses, substance use disorders and co-occurring conditions.
Trauma-trained therapists provide women with specialized treatment services for trauma including eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, music and art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and neurofeedback.
All female patients will begin their stay in Sovereign Health of Chandler’s Serenity House, which provides thorough diagnostic assessments to patients in a relaxing and confidential environment and teaches women self-calming skills to prepare them for treatment.
Women who attend Sovereign Health of Chandler receive different levels of care for the treatment of mental health, substance use disorders and co-occurring conditions, depending on the severity of their symptoms, presenting condition(s) and a variety of related factors.
Women who have mental health conditions, substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders, also known as dual diagnosis, can receive the following levels of care at our Chandler, Arizona, facility:
- The Residential Treatment Center (RTC) level of care allows women to receive a range of general and specialized behavioral health treatments and supportive services from trained clinical staff, during which they reside in one of our comfortable residences.
- The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) serves as an alternative to inpatient treatment and allows patients to live outside of the facility while they receive treatment.
- The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is more intensive than a typical outpatient program and consists of a series of scheduled sessions offered during evenings or weekends that minimize the need for a higher level of care.