Maverick House Sober Living, Glendale, Arizona

Glendale, Arizona

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Maverick House Sober Living Overview

Maverick House Sober Living is an all-male recovery project that was founded primarily to offer male patients who are undergoing recovery treatment an environment that will help them stay off drugs and alcohol. The facility has been established in an apartment and provides men with access to clean rooms. The facility has strict rules in place to ensure the patients can stay sober. In addition to providing the male patients with access to a housing project, the facility also has counselors available to provide therapy. AA meetings, group therapy sessions, study sessions, and many other services are also offered to promote sober living and to reduce the patient’s risk of a relapse in the future or while they are undergoing treatment.

Housing at Maverick House Sober Living

The Maverick House Sober Living project provides male patients access to an apartment building that features several apartments. Each apartment has two bedrooms, which means patients are required to share the apartments. A living room and kitchen are also found in each of these apartments, along with bathrooms. The building is separated into three different sections, each section providing treatment to a specific Phase that is part of the treatment programs offered at the facility. A total of 28 men can be treated at the same time at the Maverick House Sober Living center.

Treatment Options at Maverick House Sober Living

Maverick House Sober Living is not a facility that patients can utilize when they need to undergo detoxification in order to start their recovery journey. Instead, the facility offers a housing system for patients who have already undergone a residential treatment program and is presented as a continued recovery system that ensures the patient can live in a sober environment that prevents them from falling back to a life of drugs and alcohol.
The treatment at the center is divided into three different phases:
During Phase 1, the patient needs to participate in a 12-step recovery program, and they need to undergo counseling. Group therapy session also needs to be attended. The patient is also required to search for a job during this phase.
After the patient has undergone Phase 2, their curfew is increased, and they start to work on goal planning.
At Phase 3, the patient is provided with full responsibility but is still required to live a sober life and continue their recovery process. The patient may live in the provided rooms during Phase 3 for up to one year.

Payment Options at Maverick House Sober Living

All patients are required to pay a security deposit upon arrival at the Maverick House Sober Living facility. The security deposit needs to be paid before the patient will be provided with access to a room at the facility. In addition to the security deposit, the patient is required to pay a weekly rental fee, which starts at $25 per week on the Phase 1, then weekly payment increases to $75 during Phase 2. When patient reaches Phase 3, weekly rent  will be $125.  Whether the rent can be paid on a monthly basis instead is not provided by the facility.
The center does not provide any details in regards to whether they accept insurance providers. There are also no details on whether the facility can provide a patient with financial aid if they are unable to afford the monthly payments required to undergo treatment and take part of the sober living housing program offered.

Licenses

Maverick House Sober Living does not share any details on licenses that the center has been awarded by state authorities or any organizations that specialize in monitoring and assessing the services provided by rehabilitation and recovery centers. Any patient who would like further details on whether the facility has been licensed should get in touch with the staff that is employed at the company. They will be able to provide the patient with details in regards to accreditations, licenses, and memberships that the company holds.

Amenities at Maverick House Sober Living

Maverick House Sober Living has an open discussions every Sunday night. Also there is a study group that is held every Monday night. Furthermore, patients are also provided access to counselors and experienced staff members who can help them with goal planning. Patients who live at the Maverick House Sober Living project are also given access to computers that can be used to set up a resume and to submit their CV to potential employers through the Internet.

Staff

Even though Maverick House Sober Living has a website where they provide basic details of the services that they provide, the company does not share any specific information that is related to the staff members that are employed and in charge of the patients who are undergoing treatment at the facility. We were unable to find any data related to the medical staff, therapists, or even the leadership team that make up the facility.
We understand that some patients may feel more comfortable when they know who will be taking care of them, who they will be reporting to, and who will be conducting therapy sessions with them when they undergo treatment services at a rehabilitation unit. Patients are advised to get in touch with the admissions office at Maverick House Sober Living for more details on the staff members that are involved at the company.

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  • Jessica cheney
    I have a DCS case going on and I have a preliminary officer with an ankle monitor on my foot I’m still awaiting trial I have been relapsing every 3 months I am looking to check myself into M patient my teacher asked me to do the research so I’ve been doing the research but a lot of places won’t accept my state insurance which is Cigna care first I don’t have no problem paying a weekly fee as long as it’s under $100 I bet I need it soon as possible and I have two court dates coming up and it won’t look good if I’m not in somewheres and I don’t feel good about myself if I don’t get in somewhere soon
  • Sherista spohnholtz
    Hello, I’m looking to place myself into a rehabilitation . I’m having to deal with DCS now. My goal now is to get clean for the better of my children as well as myself. I do have state insurance through ahccess health care Arizona . As of right now I’m not able to pay for more than a few days. I’ve been looking for jobs ( filled applications.) But at the moment without any means of transportation for working. I find it much easier to find anyway possible for me to get this resolved as soon as possible so I can have my four children back at the same time making progress with my cases. Will Yu please HELP ME&MY CHILDREN??
6609 West Ocotillo Rd
Glendale, AZ, 85301