Our Navigators can walk you through
your first year of recovery

ARE YOU READY TO GET AND STAY SOBER?

Studies show if you can make it over a year there's a 66% chance you'll stay sober long-term

The road to recovery takes hard work, commitment, and guidance.
Cornerstone's Navigator Program can help you beat the odds and get
you past your first year of recovery.

Guidance

Clients can expect to see amazing improvement in their first year of recovery as they begin to set their short and long-term goals for life, vocational and recovery. Our Navigators are skilled and can convey practical guidance to the client in the one-on-one setting that helps the client improve their own life skills.

Planning

The Navigator provides their knowledge of addiction recovery, passionate guidance, life skills, and own success in recovery to help benefit and support the steps outlined in the individual’s treatment plan. Creating a roadmap and seeing initiatives through is critical in the first year of recovery.

Support

Recovery occurs on a continuum. It’s not something that just happens, it’s a lifelong journey to healing and a better life. Our Navigators help clients through their first year of recovery while they transition into their new sober lifestyle. Acting as a sounding board for forward momentum.

MOST PRIVATE INSURANCE ACCEPTED

(DISCOUNTED CASH RATES AVAILABLE)

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THOSE WHO SHOULD CONSIDER HAVING A NAVIGATOR

  • People in early recovery who want to make this the last time they go to treatment and get sober
  • Those who need safe entry as they transition between different levels of care in treatment and beyond treatment.
  • Individuals who have struggled with chronic relapse and need more support through their first year of recovery.

If you’d like to learn more, please call and we’ll give you a tour of our Scottsdale facility and you can meet with one of our Navigators face to face to see if there’s a good fit.

WHAT NAVIGATORS DO

  • Act as a recovery coach or mentor
  • coordinate care during & after Treatment
  • provide support & accountability

WHAT NAVIGATORS DON'T DO

  • replace traditional sponsorship
  • replace a therapist
  • co-sign bad ideas

When You Reach Out

Whether you have questions, need additional information or are ready to speak to someone about getting help, your information is strictly confidential… We are here to help.

Recovery begins by simply reaching out for help.