Residential treatment is offered in increments of 30, 60, or 90 days, and the facility also offers a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (IOP).

Fountain Hills’ website emphasizes the individualized nature of treatment. Tailored treatment plans are put together from a combination of 12-step participation, individual and family therapy, goal setting, relapse prevention, and unspecified alternative therapies. The center’s website also details evidence-based therapies provided at the facility, including eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Another integral part of the program is skill building for sobriety: working with a personal coach to develop coping skills, recognize triggers, and build a sober support network.


According to the facility’s website, staff have first-hand knowledge of addiction.


The center operates a primary clinic and two separate living facilities, each a short drive from the treatment center. The living facilities are spacious and luxurious, offering shared or private bedrooms, infinity pools, large yards, exercise equipment, a Jacuzzi, a home theater, and full kitchens, plus more than 17,000 square feet of floor space between the two homes. There’s also WiFi throughout the living facilities. On-site chiropractic care can be arranged.


Review sites yielded unanimously positive coverage, with eight five-star ratings on Facebook (where the facility can manage its own page) and three five-star ratings on Google.[1] [2] The reviewers repeatedly praised the center’s staff, amenities, and program. “After many years of struggling and multiple treatment centers I was blessed to find myself at Fountain Hills Recovery. The people and the program are amazing, they really helped me get back on my feet and my life back on track,” A.B.W. wrote in a representative review on Google, and on Facebook, M.T. added: “They connect with you on a real level and don't downgrade your situation. This treatment center made it comfortable.”


According to the facility’s website, Fountain Hills accepts insurance from a variety of providers, including Aetna, AmeriHealth, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, and United. The center does not indicate whether it is in-network with any insurers.