There are over 22 million adults in the U.S. who qualify for help with substance abuse. However, many don’t seek it because they don’t think they have a problem, their problem hasn’t gotten bad enough, or that “rehab” is a joke and refuse to spend tens of thousands of dollars or use insurance for a program that knows only one way to approach treatment.Joint Commission accredited, Decision Point employs doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, doctoral-level psychologists, nurse practitioners, masters-level licensed therapists, trauma specialists, educational and career planning experts, and professionals who have achieved long-term sobriety from a variety of approaches. Decision Point also employs people who are not in recovery because they’ve had a problem with substances, but are committed and talented at helping others.“It’s frustrating to see ‘industry leaders’ taking the same old approach that hasn’t worked. They will tell you, ‘We meet your (son, daughter, wife, husband, brother, sister, etc.) where they are at,’” says Paul Auchterlonie, CEO of Decision Point. “My response has always been, ‘How can you meet someone where they are at when you do not conduct proper assessments, evaluations and spend real time listening and getting to know that individual?’ This is why we employ a two-week assessment and provide incredibly personalized treatment for each client.”Innovative and simple, Decision Point uses a unique two-week Residential Assessment and Evaluation Program in order to assess the issues. Depression, anxiety, bipolar, grief, loss, trauma in life, either before or as a result of using drugs or drinking too much, are not uncommon contributors. Decision Point helps you figure out what’s going on in your life and aid you in getting where you want to go.
Decision Point Center//Locations in Scottsdale, Prescott and Prescott Valley