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39580 S Lago Del Oro Pkwy Tucson, AZ 85739
39580 South Lago Del Oro ParkwayUSArizonaTucson85739
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Drug Addiction Treatment Center, Addiction Treatment Center
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"Everything seemed to be top notch with the staff, nurses, kitchen."
"We (her parents) attended family week and it was an incredible experience."
"The therapist that gave me the news was rude and super not professional at all."
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Jody Larkin
3 weeks ago
Total bait and switch. I went for the pain and trauma program, but instead they put me in a completely different program that was impossible to keep up with in my condition. They lied about everything, if you have any issues at all they will not be addressed and they will lie to your family as well. Once upon a time long long ago I'm sure this place was wonderful but those days are long gone. I saw and heard staff talking junk about clients, I saw them break hippa and disability act many times. This place is nothing like how it is on the site or the admin say. I put my everything into this place and left worse then before I got there. Now I'm fighting to just get a copy of my own medical records. I've sent in multiple requests, my doctors have sent them record requests and they gave us the run around for months on end. Then they came back stating I would have to pay hundred of dollars for my copy. Something to hide?!
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Bravo Oscar
6 months ago
BEWARE!!!! This is a money hungry machine that relies on the fact "celebrities" have been in and out of their facility and pretended to be cured in order to give them some kind of clout. They will lie to you every way they can in order to steal tens of thousands of dollars from your savings if you are blessed enough to have them. If you're like me and had to borrow to pay their horrendous fees, you will be left dejected and looking like a fool for not borrowing instead for a private College education for your children. These people will lie to you and then lie to you some more up until the moment they charge your credit card for their ridiculously expensive sham. This is a business that cares about stealing your money and not helping the people you are desperate to get well. They prey on your personal crisis and hope that you will pay out in your most desperate moment to give them your life savings and then some. As someone who had to borrow money in order to pay Sierra Tucson for "treatment" for one of my family members, they screwed me. Please reconsider if you are contemplating Sierra Tucson. There are many other options out there and Sierra Tucson will lie to you in order to get your life savings. They are completely and horribly dishonest and abuse the families of those they are promising to help. They came highly recommended by several doctors, after showing those doctors evidence of what we experienced, they will never recommend this sham again. Sierra Tucson screwed our family in multiple ways. You should think twice about wasting so much money on their completely false promises. Please buy a new car or down payment on a home or college tuition or donate to cancer research before you get duped out of paying for Sierra Tucson. They screwed me. They will screw you, if you let them.
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lourdes davila
a month ago
The place sucks.... took 4 days to see a therapist and it was group therapy. They took me there and said was 100% approved by insurance and was a lie. After I paid for my flight and all.. after 4 days they said insurance didn't approve and had to leave. The therapist that gave me the news was rude and super not professional at all. I left with more anxiety and trauma than when I went in. Hate that place. Super unprofessional. Talking to attorneys at this point for a law suit. And by the way... they dared to call my therapist and said they were going to offer a scholarships but I had left by then.... super unprofessional and bad place. Is more of a hotel with all goodies than a treatment center. All hey care i
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chole p.
11 months ago
Worst experience. The system is completely dysfunctional with lack of organization, sensitivity, communication, and enforcement. I thought it was suppose to be the top of the country but it truly was nowhere near it. I'm definitely disappointed for being misled from the staff and even program. I will say that the medical team is great with years of experience in their profession. Dr. Seymour and Milan Sampat (does the bio nuerofeedback), I highly recommend. They both are devoted to what they do and hold a strong passion for it. Other than that this place was terrible with no stability.
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Steinarr Harriday
a month ago
This was one false advertisement after another. It was a gorgeous facility but that didn't make up for all that game playing and falsification of records, overmedicating of patients, and code violations they had. All this after having multiple suicides on their campus and cutting staff. One would think if you were truly trying to help people you wouldn't cut stay before and after suicides then blame incoming patients for needing help. Yet, when you're a celebrity focused for profit money machine that's all you care about. What's worse is that, Acadia, their owner, wants to run many inpatient hospitals across the U.S. I'd say more like run them into the ground. Acadia is to mental and chemical health as CCA is to the justice department.
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Mike Hyzdu
3 months ago
Our daughter is learning a great deal and is getting healthier at Sierra Tucson. We (her parents) attended family week and it was an incredible experience. Trust the process!
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Nessa Wilson
7 months ago
Total joke! Seriously poor care, communication, treatment, safety and staff. Friend came out worse then when he entered. I tried to get contact for filing a grievance and got a voicemail and no returned calls or answers. For the amount of money they should have staff to return calls and answer phones. I would not recommend this place for those desperate for real help. No help with aftercare, no family therapy, no diagnosis and many false promises and fake smiles.
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Eric Rhodes
12 months ago
It was nothing but positive. Sierra Tucson eliminated any worries within their control that would have been a distraction to my recovery.

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Tune in tonight for "Hooked Rx: From prescription to addiction" at 6:30 p.m. on most TV and radio stations across Arizona. This special investigative documentary, produced by advanced journalism students from Arizona State University, looks in depth at the destructive epidemic of opioid addiction. #HookedRx
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David Cato, LCSW, TCT, primary therapist and LGBTQ support specialist at Sierra Tucson, offers healthy insight for the new year. Watch now.
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“For 365 days a year, Sierra Tucson remains sensitive to all faiths and practices by honoring the divine in each resident who enters our sacred healing space. We put up several Christmas trees throughout the campus; have a nun who provides Sunday scripture and communion; and offer Christian counseling when requested (including Celebrate Recovery). We also enjoy very close relationships with an area rabbi for onsite visits; we prominently display a menorah; and we provide kosher meals whenever requested. We incorporate a variety of Native American spiritual practices into our weekly routines. With several staff holding advanced degrees in Divinity, Sierra Tucson is skilled at meeting the diverse spiritual needs of our residents and their families. Our main goal is that healing is accomplished, and we support any and all ways to do so.”
-Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC, CEIP, Chief Operations Officer of Sierra Tucson
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Michelle Chacon, RN, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) coordinator for Sierra Tucson, provides some healthy tips for managing holiday depression. For more information about our Mood & Anxiety Program, call (800) 842-4487.
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A special thanks to Sierra Tucson Eating Recovery Program Manager Scott Frazier, MSC, for presenting "Addressing Attachments in Eating Disorder Treatment through an Integrative Lens" at the Denver Area Professional Development Seminar earlier today!
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Have you ever wondered about the connection between post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addiction? Bill Reynolds, PA-C, co-director of the Addictions / Co-occurring Disorders Program at Sierra Tucson, explains. For information about our treatment programs, call (800) 842-4487.
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We appreciate actress Kristen Bell's honesty about her personal struggle with depression and anxiety. If you or someone you love needs help, please call our Admissions Coordinators today at (800) 842-4487.
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The New Year takes on new meaning in recovery. Here are some helpful tips on how to maintain balance and a healthy mindset in 2017: http://bit.ly/2hOaTT8
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Tomorrow marks the beginning of Hanukkah. Sierra Tucson provides residents with the best possible treatment experience, and that includes culturally sensitive care. Our goal is to give clients an opportunity to stay connected to their families and communities, while also being true to themselves. This creates a positive framework for healing and recovery.

From all of us at Sierra Tucson, may you have a very happy Hanukkah!
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We enjoyed a beautiful morning at yesterday's Heroes in Recovery 6K in Gilbert, AZ. Thanks to everyone who showed their Sierra Tucson "Superstars" spirit! #BreakTheStigma
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