Director of Admissions
Adam McLean
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
2211 S. Mill Ave.
Tempe, AZ
elmtreerecovery.com
Elm Tree Recovery is a twenty bed intensive and comprehensive young adult drug rehab facility that addresses and treats the roots of addiction in a residential setting with a combined simultaneous emphasis on obtaining education. We offer an initial 90-day inpatient rehabilitation program addressing not only drugs and alcohol, but also treatment for dual diagnosis, trauma recovery, and other compulsive behaviors. Our licensed clinical team are committed to providing the best treatment available under the best practices as recognized by SAMSHA - the Federal agency responsible for overseeing addiction treatment. This not only ensures the most effective and modern treatment modalities; it also ensures acceptance by most insurance. The layout of our program is to create an authentic community where recovery and learning become one. Elm Tree is located within a blocks of Arizona State University as well as numerous other universities and community colleges. Individuals at Elm Tree develop the skills needed to emerge into their adult life.

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
Tree Behavioral Health
Privately Owned
Tree Behavioral Health, LLC

Residential Treatment

No
17 - 30
Yes
Yes
3 Months
20
Suburban
Doubles
Staff Secured
No
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
10%
5%
75%
10%
0%

Insurance

> 50%
Full Time Staff Member
No

Therapy - Individual

Yes, part of the program cost
5 Hours
1
All therapists are licensed by the state of operation
8 Clients
Yes

Therapy - Group

No

Additional Professionals & Medical Rule Outs

> 50%
No
No
Yes

Treatment Modalities

Yes
Yes
No
Art
Meditation
Yoga
No

Staff

1:6
Yes
Yes
High School Diploma
8 Hours

Academic

12 - 12
College
Call for more Information
1:0
Packets with teacher support
Yes
Yes
Year Round School (either quarters, trimester, semesters)
Yes
Yes
Not Applicable
Yes

Transition Programming

Yes
Additional Therapist To Work With Student Or Family As Transition
Transition House Associated With Program
Formal Transition To Another Therapist
Family Or Student Coaching Support For Certain Amount
Support Family And Participant Until 18 Years
No
> 50%

Accreditation

State License
Arizona Department of Health Services
APA
Call for more information

Nuts & Bolts

Yes
Call for more information
No
$10,000 - $15,000 / month
Phoenix, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport [PHX]
0.25 Hours
> 50%
Yes
Yes
No
Major Injury | Death
0.5 Hours

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
Tree Behavioral Health
Privately Owned
Tree Behavioral Health, LLC

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
0 - 0

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Sober Community
Supportive College Environment
Yes
30 Hours
Yes
Visits are tied to program
Yes
Suburban
Structured Communication
Private Pay
Apartment Living: Live in support staff
Dorms: Live in support staff

Therapy

Offsite
Yes

Technology

Education

College University or Community
Arizona State University, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College
www.asu.edu

Staff

1:8
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

State License
Arizona Behavioral Health Services
Call for more information
Pennsylvania Board

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
$10,000 - $15,000 / month
Call for more information
Phoenix, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport [PHX]
0.05 Hours
Yes
No
3 Months
4 Months
Insurance
Private / Self Pay
Elopement
Infectious Disease
Runaways
NA
Mission Statement
Elm Tree Recovery is more than just rehab; we empower our clients with the tools necessary for long term abstinence from substances and the ability to transition from a treatment setting into life-long recovery. Our mission is to work ourselves out of a job and that Elm Tree Recovery is the last rehab our clients will ever have to attend. We offer additional individualized academic support for students either wishing to attend college for the first time or for students returning after a leave of absence.