Changing Lives is a recovery program offering long-term, comprehensive services to women and children. The facility can house and provide for approximately 200 individuals. The 12- to 18-month program provides a stable, nurturing environment where women work through addiction and abuse issues. They receive life skills education and counseling, which helps them become self-sufficient by leading to career assessment and job placement.
Sonoran University of Health Sciences student clinicians focus on basic supplementation, acupuncture, physical medicine, and homeopathy as they help patients recovering from addiction, pain, anxiety and insomnia.
Located in Central Phoenix, Changing Lives is a program of Phoenix Rescue Mission, an organization that offers Christ-centered services for men, women and children who are struggling with homelessness, drug addiction and trauma.