A Happy Life
Behavioral health facility in Arizona
Dedicated To Serving You
We provide integrated health services that include adult psychiatric services, an adult physical health service (PCP)
A.L.O.C.S. is a licensed behavioral health facility that deals in re-entry. We offer a number of services that assist individuals with transitioning back into the community. We provide integrated health services that include adult psychiatric practitioners, an adult nurse practitioner PCP and experienced BHPP's peer support specialist. CDL training, G.E.D. preparation and testing, Culinary arts, janitorial and job placement assistance are some of the other services that we offer.
We are social creatures. Embracing the social nature of being is central to recovery and wellness. There were times when broken or troubled relationships became an impetus for our drinking or using or eating or whatever. But that wasn’t all. We moved further and further away from others when behaviors became an addiction. We eventually had to isolate ourselves to maintain addiction. And further down — and out — we went.
Your Wellness is our priority
An opposite dynamic is at work in recovery. We replace down and out with up and in. As we move further away from those days of active addiction, we find that broken relationships get mended. The more connected we are to our natural way of being, the easier it is to reject a fake way of being. In recovery, we become real again. And that’s the simple reason why community is essential to a successful recovery.
We believe addiction is a chronic and progressive disease that affects the whole person: physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
We be takes an addict to know an addict. Our knowledge in addiction recovery comes from real life experience, not just a textbook. From detox to sobriety, trust our team to help you through with a high level of skill and care.
Upon the client’s arrival, our medical and clinical staff evaluates the client’s addiction history, co-occurring mental health disorders, psychosocial history, general physical health, and any ongoing medical conditions.
These evaluations help determine the client’s level of care. ALOSC will consider any person for admission, regardless of race, religion, gender identity or expression, sex, age (must be 18 years or older), sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental handicap, or referral source. To ensure that an individual requesting admission receives the most appropriate level and type of care the individual must meet the DSM-5 and ASAM placement criteria.