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Lindy HowardClinical Director Decision Point Center
Lindy joined the team at Decision Point Center following her long-anticipated move to Prescott in 2016. She brought with her 15 years of experience working with mental health disorders, trauma, and addiction in outpatient, and residential settings. Her focus, as both a therapist and supervisor, has always been on providing quality, individualized, trauma informed treatment to clients. Her efforts to promote this philosophy include developing residential treatment programs, and providing clinical training for various organizations including hospitals, colleges and universities, community agencies, treatment centers and public forums. She has extensive experience working with addiction, personality disorders, bipolar disorders, and trauma. Although her approach to treatment is eclectic, it is founded in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, psycho-dynamic theory, and her extensive training in trauma treatment. Lindy has been a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Arizona since 2004. Call (928) 792-1958 today to find out how Lindy and the rest of our Arizona alternative addiction treatment specialists can help you. We proudly provide ethical, compassionate clinical treatment to all of our patients!Show Bio
Jade Shelton, MA, LASACPrimary Therapist Fountain Hills Recovery
Jade Shelton is a Primary Therapist who is a licensed associate substance abuse counselor (LASAC) with experience working with co-occurring disorders. Jade holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Oglethorpe University, a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University and she is pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology with an emphasis in cognition. Jade has more than 3 years of experience working in the field of addiction. She is passionate about many areas of substance use treatment which include curriculum development and teaching the disease model of addiction. Jade is also a veteran and loves working with prior service members battling with the disease of addiction and mental illness.Show Bio
Marty Christensen, MA, MCAP, CAMSII, CSAT-CLead Primary Therapist Sabino Recovery
Marty brings to Sabino Recovery a unique blend of gentleness, passion for recovery, life experience, recovery experience, education, and work-related experience. Marty earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Marty’s work experience includes The Veterans Administration (VA), Hazelden Betty Ford, Sierra Tucson, and The Hanley Center, as well as work in a correctional facility and outpatient settings. Marty sees his role as primary therapist as an honor to be of service to those who struggle, having experienced the loving gift of recovery from those who modeled the role of recovery and set the bar high for client care.Show Bio
- Arizona ranks 8th in treatment centers servicing/accepting other treatment approaches per 100,000 residents. Colorado is just 1 spot worse, ranked 9 out of the United States. Montana is ranked one spot better at spot 7.
- When adjusted for population, Arizona ranks 12th in treatment centers servicing/accepting IHS/638 contract care funds. Oklahoma is just 1 spot worse, ranked 13 out of the United States. Utah is ranked one spot better at spot 11.
- For computerized substance abuse treatment clients, Arizona ranks 12th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Kansas is just 1 spot worse, ranked 13 out of the United States. Colorado is just 1 spot better, ranked 11 out of the United States.
- Arizona is 16th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting clients with co-occurring disorders. One spot worse is Rhode Island, ranked 17 in the U.S. Massachusetts is ranked one spot better at spot 15.
- Arizona ranks 19th in treatment centers servicing/accepting persons who have experienced trauma per 100,000 residents. Hawaii is ranked slightly worse, ranked 20. Kentucky is just 1 spot better, ranked 18 out of the United States.
According to Arizona Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the past-month rate of use of drugs other than marijuana among those ages 12 to 17 has been one of the highest in the nation for the past four years surveyed. Also, cocaine has been problematic for this age group as well as the 12+ age group; past-year use of this substance has consistently ranked among the 10 highest in the US.
Most Abused Substances in Arizona
Citing a “drug of choice” upon entering drug addiction treatment is a common way to begin. It helps providers to understand the issues that are likely to come up for the patient, including withdrawal symptoms, situational cravings, chronic health problems and more.
This has remained relatively consistent over the past 10 years, with the only change occurring in 2005 and 2006 when marijuana and methamphetamine switched places – methamphetamine used to be number three but began to rise in popularity in 2003.
Inpatient vs. Outpatient recovery program Treatment
In order to assess the average number of people who seek treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in a given year, surveyors contact drug rehab providers and ask for their total enrollment numbers on a random date. In Arizona, that survey revealed that 93 percent of those in treatment were attending outpatient addiction treatment programs.
- Have few to no withdrawal symptoms
- Have been living with drug abuse or addiction for a brief period
- Are still employed
- Care for children or elderly dependents at home
However, it is not always the best choice for those who are living with co-occurring mental health disorders, have struggled for years with addiction, or experience severe withdrawal symptoms when they attempt to stop taking their drug of choice.
Lack of Resources
Almost half of the state’s programs depend upon funding from federal, state, county or local governments – and all these entities have tight budgets. When grant money, tax credits and other funding dries up, rehab centers are often forced to cut their treatment offerings or the number of beds open to patients in need. It’s a problem that has left thousands of Arizona families wondering where to turn in order to help an addicted loved one break free from drug and alcohol dependence.
Think Outside the Box
Not sure where you should look to find the best possible treatment program for your Arizona loved one? We specialize in helping families find a drug rehab that can best serve their addicted family member. This means looking beyond the closest, cheapest or quickest options and exploring the needs of the patient in order to match them with a program able to offer everything they need to heal.