RECOVERY BRINGS JOY
Arizona Women’s Recovery Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing substance abuse treatment to women through a variety of programs to address individual needs. All of AWRC’s programs focus on providing the tools and resources to assist women in living financially independent, drug and alcohol-free lives.
Arizona Women’s Recovery Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donations are greatly appreciated and will help support women in recovery and their families.
Are you or a family member struggling with addiction? The time to get help is now. Arizona Women’s Recovery Center offers a variety out-patient and supportive housing programs for recovery.
AWRC’s team of experts would love to come speak with your group. We have presentations for groups such as schools, medical field and more.
About Arizona Women's Recovery Center
Established in 1960 (originally as NCADD Arizona), Arizona Women’s Recovery Center has helped thousands of women through the recovery process. At AWRC, we treat the whole woman and her family with education, one-on-one and group therapy, case management, medical and psychiatric support, parenting, vocational training, supportive housing and more. We believe these evidence-based and holistic approaches are keys to the long-term success of our clients.
Mission: Arizona Women’s Recovery Center’s mission is to provide services to women with substance use disorders, enhancing their lives through comprehensive, women-centered, evidenced-based programs.
Vision: The cycle of substance abuse for women and their children is eradicated.
There is more than one way to get involved. Call Us at (602) 264-6214 Today!
Today, I thought about how far I have come. I’m proud of myself. I’ve never felt so much worth and value. I’ve made it. I am so grateful for what I have, so many blessings in my life. It’s because of AWRC and these people who taught me values and morals, gave me everything I have today. If it weren’t for them, I don’t know where I’d be.
I had no purpose; no reason to stay sober. I was so scared they weren’t going to give me my kids back and wondered if I could even do it (stay sober). If I had everything handed to me before and couldn’t do it, should I even try again?…Today, Jessica works at AWRC as a Life Skills Coach helping others to navigate DES, child care, get their GED, learn job skills and independent living skills, and much more.
There was a void in my heart. I didn’t feel accepted; didn’t feel like I fit in.. I couldn’t get high enough to forget that I was going to lose my baby and my family.” Then, I found AWRC. They placed me at Legacy House. I spent two weeks on methadone – an extraordinarily short time for detox – but I was determined not to place my baby in any more danger…”They gave me the support that I needed through everything. They’ve been there for me no matter what. They helped me feel wanted.”