Prescott House, Inc

Detailed report on the substance abuse treatment rehabilitation center located in Prescott, Arizona (AZ).

Prescott House, Inc is a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment based at 214 North Arizona Avenue in Prescott, AZ.

The treatment center provides outpatient and residential long-term treatment care. There are no special groups or programs offered at this facility. No special language services are available. Payment assistance is not offered for program costs.

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Rated 4.25 out of 5 from 12 User Reviews
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Rated 4.17 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 4.25 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 3.33 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

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Rated 4.42 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Primary Focus

Substance Abuse Treatment Services

Address

214 North Arizona Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86301

Phone Number

(928) 776-8251

Geographic Coordinates

34.544103, -112.459291
* The accuracy of these coordinates is at a address level.

Website

Services

Charts

Substance Abuse Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers substance abuse treatment services. Substance abuse is viewed by the medical community as a long term illness and most treatment services are often designed specifically for the patient. Since physical changes occur within the brain when a person becomes addicted, overcoming the illness can be a long and up hill battle.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Prescott
4 (100.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
8 (100.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
170 (98.27%) Offer this Service
United States
11,192 (98.34%) Offer this Service

Detoxification

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers detoxification services. Detoxification is the process of removing drugs and the effects of drugs from the body. There are numerous types of approaches to accomplish this.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
4 (50.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
45 (26.01%) Offer this Service
United States
2,190 (19.24%) Offer this Service

Buprenorphine

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers buprenorphine services, for use in substance dependence treatment. Buprenorphine services can be used to manage opioid dependence and is generally viewed to have a lower dependence-liability than methadone.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
2 (25.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
39 (22.54%) Offer this Service
United States
1,783 (15.67%) Offer this Service

Halfway House

Status

Indicates whether the facility has half way house facilities. A half way house can provide a person with monitoring and support upon reintegration into society when recovering from a dependency.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Service
Arizona
10 (5.78%) Offer this Service
United States
1,088 (9.56%) Offer this Service

Methadone Maintenance

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers methadone maintenance, for use in substance dependence treatment. Methadone can be used, much like Buprenorphine, to manage opioid addiction. Use of the drug can be used for both short and long term substance management.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Service
Arizona
27 (15.61%) Offer this Service
United States
1,068 (9.38%) Offer this Service

Methadone Detoxification

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers methadone detoxification services. Since Methadone can take the place of opioids, it is sometimes used to ease patients off drugs.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Service
Arizona
23 (13.29%) Offer this Service
United States
847 (7.44%) Offer this Service

Type of Care

Charts

Outpatient

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers outpatient services on site. When used in context of substance abuse treatment, outpatient means that the patients do not live at the facility but rather come for classes, visits, or group meetings.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Prescott
3 (75.00%) Offer this Care
Yavapai County
6 (75.00%) Offer this Care
Arizona
145 (83.82%) Offer this Care
United States
9,332 (82.00%) Offer this Care

Partial Hospitalization or Day Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers partial hospitalization or day treatment services on site. With this type of care, patients still live at home but commute to the facility to receive treatment. Frequency of visits vary but can be up to seven days per week, if needed.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
3 (75.00%) Offer this Care
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Care
Arizona
15 (8.67%) Offer this Care
United States
1,455 (12.78%) Offer this Care

Residential Short-Term Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers residential short-term treatment services on site. This type of care lasts 30 days or less. Typically, services are provided to residents in the form of a 24 hour residential, non-medical, substance free environment to promote recovery.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
2 (50.00%) Offer this Care
Yavapai County
4 (50.00%) Offer this Care
Arizona
29 (16.76%) Offer this Care
United States
1,573 (13.82%) Offer this Care

Residential Long-Term Treatment

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers residential long-term treatment services on site. This type of care lasts more than 30 days. Typically, services are provided to residents in the form of a 24 hour residential, non-medical, substance free environment to promote recovery.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Prescott
3 (75.00%) Offer this Care
Yavapai County
5 (62.50%) Offer this Care
Arizona
28 (16.18%) Offer this Care
United States
2,204 (19.37%) Offer this Care

Hospital Inpatient

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers hospital inpatient treatment services on site. This type of care is given to patients in a medical facility. The patient will be monitored and treated 24 hours a day by medical staff for the duration of their stay.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Care
Arizona
14 (8.09%) Offer this Care
United States
597 (5.25%) Offer this Care

Special Programs and Groups

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Adolescents

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for adolescents.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
59 (34.10%) Offer this Program
United States
3,452 (30.33%) Offer this Program

Persons with Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups for specifically persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
3 (75.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
57 (32.95%) Offer this Program
United States
4,097 (36.00%) Offer this Program

Persons with HIV or AIDS

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups for specifically persons with HIV or AIDS.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
12 (6.94%) Offer this Program
United States
1,017 (8.94%) Offer this Program

DUI and DWI Offenders

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for DUI and DWI offenders.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
2 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Arizona
64 (36.99%) Offer this Program
United States
3,548 (31.17%) Offer this Program

Criminal Justice Groups

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for criminal justice groups.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Arizona
49 (28.32%) Offer this Program
United States
3,089 (27.14%) Offer this Program

Gays and Lesbians

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for gays and lesbians.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
11 (6.36%) Offer this Program
United States
654 (5.75%) Offer this Program

Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for pregnant and postpartum women.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Program
Arizona
35 (20.23%) Offer this Program
United States
1,561 (13.72%) Offer this Program

Seniors and Older Adults

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for seniors and older adults.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
14 (8.09%) Offer this Program
United States
734 (6.45%) Offer this Program

Women

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for women.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
2 (50.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Program
Arizona
58 (33.53%) Offer this Program
United States
3,691 (32.43%) Offer this Program

Men

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers special programs or groups specifically for men.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
2 (50.00%) Offer this Program
Yavapai County
2 (25.00%) Offer this Program
Arizona
43 (24.86%) Offer this Program
United States
2,844 (24.99%) Offer this Program

Forms of Payment

Charts

Medicaid

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts Medicaid as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
2 (25.00%) Offer this Form
Arizona
78 (45.09%) Offer this Form
United States
6,124 (53.81%) Offer this Form

State Financed Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts state financed insurance as a form of payment. This does not include Medicaid programs.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Form
Arizona
61 (35.26%) Offer this Form
United States
4,336 (38.10%) Offer this Form

Medicare

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts Medicare as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Form
Arizona
59 (34.10%) Offer this Form
United States
3,598 (31.61%) Offer this Form

Private Health Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts private health insurance as a form of payment.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Form
Arizona
85 (49.13%) Offer this Form
United States
7,232 (63.54%) Offer this Form

Military Insurance

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts military insurance as a form of payment. Examples are VA and TRICARE.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
1 (25.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Form
Arizona
47 (27.17%) Offer this Form
United States
1,068 (9.38%) Offer this Form

Access to Recovery Voucher

Status

Indicates whether the facility accepts access to recovery vouchers as a form of payment. ATR is a program that provides vouchers for clients for purchase. They can be used for substance abuse treatment and recovery services.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Form
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Form
Arizona
23 (13.29%) Offer this Form
United States
1,534 (13.48%) Offer this Form

Payment Assistance

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Sliding Fee Scale

Status

Indicates whether the facility has payment assistance in the form of a sliding free scale. Fees are typically based upon income and other factors.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Assistance
Yavapai County
1 (12.50%) Offer this Assistance
Arizona
50 (28.90%) Offer this Assistance
United States
4,762 (41.84%) Offer this Assistance

Payment Assistance

Status

Indicates whether the facility has payment assistance. Check with the facility for details.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Assistance
Yavapai County
2 (25.00%) Offer this Assistance
Arizona
39 (22.54%) Offer this Assistance
United States
2,725 (23.94%) Offer this Assistance

Special Language Services

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Assistance for Hearing Impaired

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for assistance for the hearing impaired.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
3 (37.50%) Offer this Service
Arizona
74 (42.77%) Offer this Service
United States
3,104 (27.27%) Offer this Service

American Indian and Alaska Native Languages

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for American Indian and Alaska native languages.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
20 (11.56%) Offer this Service
United States
78 (0.69%) Offer this Service

Spanish

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for Spanish.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
76 (43.93%) Offer this Service
United States
3,054 (26.83%) Offer this Service

Foreign Languages Other Than Spanish

Status

Indicates whether the facility has language services for foreign language services other than Spanish.

This Provider This Provider
No
Prescott
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Yavapai County
0 (0.00%) Offer this Service
Arizona
11 (6.36%) Offer this Service
United States
786 (6.91%) Offer this Service

Reviews and Ratings

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A Review by Anonymous

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Amazing and caring staff, very challenging, but it is certainly worth it!

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The Prescott House saved my life! I struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction for 20 years and was at a point in my life where I felt hopeless. I wanted to stay sober but I had no clue how to do so. The Prescott House taught me how to live my life sober and become a productive member of society. The therapy was outstanding and the gradual re-acclimation into the community was exactly what I needed. I’ve now been sober for three and a half years and am about to graduate college in two months. I owe the Prescott House my life and I’ll be forever grateful.

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A Review by Anonymous

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They truely saved my life!!!!

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A Review by Anonymous

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Prescott House saved my life!!!! I had been to many different treatment centers before I was went to Prescott House.I was a drug addict hooked on Heroin for 10 years and have been clean ever since.

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A Review by Anonymous

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The Prescott House saved my life,such an awesome place.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Best quality of care in the area. Prescott has become a mecca for rehab in the last decade, but Prescott House was the first and remains the best.

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A Review by Anonymous

Prescott House, Inc Review
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Prescott House is designed to work with sex offenders. If you are a sex offender this program could be for you otherwise I would keep your options open. I have received a number of complaints regarding this facility. These complaints ranged from unqualified staff to shady admission practices. This program is known for denying outside communication with loved ones for the first few weeks. The Federal Trade Commission cautions family members from sending their loved ones to any type of program that denies or censors outside communication with loved ones. The director of admissions for Prescott House previously worked for Gatehouse Academy on the admissions team. Gatehouse Academy is partly closed due to fraudulent admission practices. These admission practices can be referenced using the advocacy sight heal-online.org. Their are dozens of DOH violations that document these shady admission practices. Please get all promises in writing before admission. Do an on sight visit and do not conduct over the phone assessments. You should be receiving an independent evaluation from a licensed professional that rules this facility out as the most appropriate before you cut the check. It's not all bad and many people are receiving help through this company but if it was me I would keep looking.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Prescott house saved my life.

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A Review by Anonymous

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Insurance:
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We could use insurance for very limited services. Prescott House saved my son's life.

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A Review by Anonymous

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My son was referred to Prescott House after he completed a 50 day wilderness program. Physically he was no longer addicted, but he certainly was emotionally. He stayed in the Prescott House program until he graduated after 9 months. And he needed every single day there to recover. He now has more than 6 1/2 years sobriety. Prescott House operated as a step-down program for him. After approximately 4 months, he was able to get a part-time job and return to the center and therapy every night. About two months later, he was ready to move out with a roommate who was also in the Prescott House step-down program. He then attended daily meetings and therapy at the House until he graduated. Prescott House saved my son's life. If he had come home after the wilderness program, he would have returned to his former life of dealing and using. He almost died doing that. In fact, he had a nut put aside with his source so he could pick up where he had left off. I didn't learn that until he had been at Prescott House for about 4 months. I really can't say enough good about this program. My son, as all addicts do, had an incredible sense of entitlement. By working with the Prescott staff, he slowly learned he was entitled to nothing and had to work to earn even the slightest privilege. All of this was accomplished through talk therapy and behavior modification where absolutely no prevarication, cajoling, smooth-talking or threatening was tolerated. At one point relatively early in his stay, he thought he was entitled to visit a gym in town. I was delighted that the staff at Prescott House decided to deny him that privilege until he could demonstrate he had earned it. The staff were always helpful during my regular phone calls - supportive and very willing to explain how they were handling my son's treatmen and to tell me how he was doing. When we visited for a family weekend about half way through his treatment, the staff members we met explained very clearly how they were approaching his treatment. At first I was surprised by the bluntness of one staff member in particular, but I gradually understood that no politeness needed to be wasted on avoiding the elephant in the room. My son was there to learn how to live a clean life and no one was going to let him or me get away with making excuses. It was a shock at first, but I soon understood that no one was doing anyone any favors trying to sugar-coat what my son had done to himself and his family. As a caveat I'd like to add for anyone thinking about sending a loved one to Prescott House do not expect any luxuries. When we arrived and were given a "tour," we were told we couldn't see the pool because, well, there wasn't any (good use of humor). And my son's room shared with a roommate was smaller than any college dorm room I had ever seen. And his bed was uncomfortable and too short for him to stretch out completely. So that's why I gave the facility only a 4 star rating. The lack of amenities was all part of my son's treatment. And it worked. What more can you ask for?

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A Review by Anonymous

Prescott House, Inc Review
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Rehab and recovery are emotional topics but this is a sincere attempt at objective review from a family member. My loved one was referred to Prescott House after being kicked out of the after-care program of another high priced facility for bringing drugs into the SLE home. We were desperate to get him help and were referred to Prescott House by one of his Doctors. They also mentioned another local free facility but made it sound like a poor option. He did not want help, which complicated matters. He was willing to do as we asked though. When a loved one is beset by addiction most people will do anything to fix it, including spending grand sums of money whether they have it or not. Today I know expensive rehabs are not the key to recovery. Upon his arrival at Prescott House I recieved a call that we would need to send $3-$5K more because he had beers on the plane and it meant he would have to go through a completely different intake process. He described the housing as being not so great. That is not important to recovery and I don't believe in coddling addicts. The practices he described after leaving were unorthodox. I mean grown men carrying stuffed animals around to represent the burden of their family members on them. He was one that would not agree to cut ties with his family. At the time I thought that if he needed to cut ties with us to survive, so be it. There were also rumors of staff members having personal relationships that did not remain outside of the house. He exited the facility in what seemed to be a combination of being kicked out and walking out. Ie; it seemed like they goaded him to leave. I believe they thought he would spend a night on the rough streets of Prescott and then return on his own and give in to them completely. He returned home a very institulionalized man, something that did not occur in his subsequent treatment program. He did eventually give in, but to God, not to men. I believe the staff truly cares and wants to help. Unfortunately, I also believe after several interactions over the phone with staff that some of them need a break from the stress of dealing with addicts. While it is true that addicts need the help of recovered addicts, it was my sense that they were more attached to the outcomes of their clients than is healthy or professional. Their personal experiences seemed to be influencing the treatment program more than any professional training or philosophy. We also had to threaten to get an attorney involved in order to get his medical records over a year later. Again, the interaction there felt unprofessional and somewhat emotional. I don't mean this to be a scathing review. We do feel gratitude toward the House and the Staff. Every experience he had along the way helped him toward the peace he has found today. My loved one is 18 months clean now. He found recovery in a free, state-run facility that uses a completely different approach to recovery. I do believe it is possible to find recovery at Prescott House, and obviously the staff really cares about their clients. But I also believe that anyone ready to find sobriety can and will find it anywhere they check in, without the $$$$$ pricetag.

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A Review by Anonymous

Prescott House, Inc Review
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I attended the Prescott House for 3 months before I finally arranged my exit. They cut you off from family contact until you convince them you have been brain washed enough to not try to leave. The NUMBER ONE thing they DO NOT TELL YOU when you sign up is that 50% of the "clients" are actually PEDOPHILES. The kicker with this (other than having to listen to groups about guys raping their cousins) is the Prescott House is bordered by houses with children. I ended up with a roommate that had to be moved into my area away from the neighbors because he was constantly masturbating while watching the children through his window. Unqualified staff is an understatement. They use intimidation and threats to keep you there. Greg Fine got his start selling shoes and this, combined with going through the P House himself, made him qualified to make decisions that destroyed my life more than it had been. Luckily for the current victims he seems to have gone into marketing and sales now (according to the website) rather than continue to ruin people's lives. The self esteem workshop, once again, is a complete joke. They spend 4 hours a day trying to make you cry. If you don't, then you are punished. At the end of the self esteem workshop, while I was closing my eyes, Lincoln Sperry came up and put his lips to my ear and whispered "You deserve the gentle touch of another man." He proceeded to do this to each client. They make you sign an illegal document on entry that forces you to have an emergency contact that you can never revoke consent for them to contact. They do this so when you finally leave, they can contact your family and scare them into trying to force you back to the P House prison. They will tell you 3-6 months of treatment, but will try to keep you there until you or your family stop paying by saying you are still not ready. I've seen this go on for over 22 months. Once I was able to contact my mother after being cut off for a month, she told me she was brought to tears every week when Greg Fine would call her and tell her to forget about me and move on with her life because I was surely going to die. I could fill a book with the horror stories I have from just 3 months at the Prescott House. There are plenty of other treatment centers that you can go to for similar cost or will work with you on payments, and will NOT abuse you like the Prescott House. California and Arizona have many extended care treatment centers that provide real services, care about the clients, and cost $10,000 or less per month. Since most other programs include food, and everything but medication and a small amount of spending money, the cost is nearly identical. I ended up spending over $9,000/month at the Prescott House (not to include the $8,000 they kept for the last 5 days I was there). The Prescott House talks a good game, and will scare the families into siding with them, but it is all a game for these guys. You will need many more recovery programs just to recover from any amount of time at the P House. Please NEVER send a loved one to this facility! I am happy to back up my accounts, feel free to contact me at brandonaz1984@gmail.com.

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Nearby Rehab Centers

  1. Rehab Center
    Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Located 0.69 miles away in Prescott at 500 Highway 89 North.
  2. Rehab Center
    Pias Place
    Located 1.16 miles away in Prescott at 615 Hillside Avenue.
  3. Rehab Center
    Decision Point Center, Inc
    Located 1.27 miles away in Prescott at 505 West Whipple Street.
  4. Rehab Center
    Community Medical Services
    Located 8.38 miles away in Prescott Valley at 3050 North Navajo Drive Suites 106 107.
Note: There are a total of 4 centers within 25 miles of this provider.

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Prescott at a Glance

Prescott has a total population of 33,938, of which 5,387 are children under the age of 18 and 9,085 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 47.8.

Total Population:
33,938
Median Age:
47.8
Males:
16,703 (49.2%)
Female:
17,235 (50.8%)
Children (0-17):
5,387 (15.9%)
Adults (18-64):
19,466 (57.4%)
Seniors (65+):
9,085 (26.8%)
Age Breakdown:
Breakdown of age groups in Prescott
Married:
16,529 (48.7%)
Divorced:
3,748 (11.0%)
Marriage Breakdown:
Breakdown of marriage in Prescott
Hispanic Ethnicity:
2,773 (8.17%)
White:
31,538 (92.93%)
African American:
171 (0.50%)
Asian:
283 (0.83%)
Pacific Islander:
21 (0.06%)
Indian:
432 (1.27%)
Other:
941 (2.77%)
Two or More:
552 (1.63%)
Racial Breakdown:
Breakdown of race in Prescott

Health

The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.33, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Disabilities:
0.33 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
1
Doctors:
420
Home Agencies:
3
Hospitals:
1
Nursing Homes:
4
Medical Suppliers:
35
Rehab Centers:
4

Wealth

The median family income is $46,481 while the median household income is $35,446. Roughly 12.54% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$46,481
Household Income:
$35,446
In Poverty:
12.54%

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