Aurora Behavioral Health System located at 6350 South Maple Avenue in Tempe, Arizona provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Aurora Behavioral Health System provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Tempe, Arizona, then entering addiction treatment at Aurora Behavioral Health System is the right choice. Aurora Behavioral Health System generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Aurora Behavioral Health System also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Private Insurance, and certain types of payment such as: Credit Cards. Aurora Behavioral Health System can be contacted through their website at www.auroraarizona.com.
As a RN, I loved working at Aurora. I love the/my patient's and you will always have management. Just do what you're supposed to and it's great!!
Aurora is a Behavioral Health Hospital. It's specifically designed for patients struggling with any type of mental illness, and also for patients struggling with addictions and looking to de-tox, and find other services to help you be successful once you've been discharged. Each patient is assigned a caseworker and they help to make sure that appointments with a Psychiatrist, a Psychologist, and your Primary Care Physician are all scheduled before you leave. You also work closely with a counselor and a doctor while staying there. They review your current medications, talk about what you're currently experiencing, and discuss with you possible changes that may need to be made to your daily medications. The doctors, nurses, and staff are all very friendly. I would highly recommend this hospital. Please like and share if you found this information useful. 😁
My young adult daughter had been in this hospital around a year ago for medication management and suicidal thoughts. She needed help again and chose to go back to this location. In my opinion, that fact alone is a glowing review. Every behavioral facility will have problems. Almost every patient will wish their stay was longer or shorter. With so many factors such as: insurance approvals, clinicians with limited patient time, patients who are somewhere between forthcoming and deceptive, etc. It's almost impossible to have a perfect release date. All online reviews should be taken with a grain of salt, but with Behavioral Healthcare the salt should be an extra large grain.
Good food. Good groups. Staff did best they could
I just got out the other day some staff were not the best but I had great care other wise. It only works if you focus and pay attention. Don't rush to get out do your time and heal. I was d/c yesterday and I'm much better.
I'm about to graduate from the IOP program for emerging young adults and it's been a life changing experience. The staff have been very friendly and professional and my group therapist is amazing! Aurora was my last hope when I walked in for the first time two months ago. I felt so lost and alone, ready to give up. Now, I feel like I have a future- something to look forward to and I can't begin to explain how thankful I am for them and what they done for me.
They made me stay despite the fact that there truly was no good reason. The stay there (for me) really wasn't all that bad, but I also don't know if it would be helpful to someone who needed help, since there really was nothing wrong with me. The reason that I am upset with them is that 1. They made me stay a week, despite being just mentally fine 2. When I finally did tell them what was going on at home (abuse), they didn't take me seriously, and *gave me back* to my abusive mother, despite my requests to be given to my dad. Also, while it didn't affect me, the bill from just a week staying there was *insane*