Robert Valdez saved my life! After many years of alcohol and drug abuse relapse, his program worked for me. I am now 7 years sober. I wish I could contact him to say thank you.
She is one of the best, hands down! The amount of detail she picked up was astonishing! Simply amazing, thank you!
7400 N Oracle Rd Ste 162rTucson, AZ 85704
140 W Speedway BlvdTucson, AZ 85705
From Business: Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona has been serving the Tuscon, Ariz., community for more than 75 years. We reach out with respect, support, and heal…
I started w/ codac in the mid 90 not long after they came into being. after getting counseling for a number of years It was obvious that addiction to opiates was a major problem for me and I started thier methadone maintenance in 2013. After a few weeks they told me since I had insurance (medicare complete) they requested a daily $35$co-pay. After almost 2 years I was broke from spending $55.00 a week @ New Hope, where they treat people with dignity. All I have now however are HORROR stories of myself and others who can"t afford decent clinics, and sustain insults and put downs and guilty until proven innocent with administrations that willy nilly arbitrarily concoct strange rules that are there to intimidate. Methadone works great. Codac however is the biggest mistake of my life. It has come close to Killing me when I was attacked for my take homes, by another client. 4 days in Banner, Cuncussion and two years later a pinched nerve in my neck where I fell 8 feet when this gem of a guy tryed to steal my 13 take homes. Well, they took my take homes away. THE WORST DECISION OF MY LIFE,(i'm 62 and I have made a few big ones ). ALAN M. ROBERTS
Robert Valdez is one a very few people I trust and believe in as a counselor. He has called me out in sessions....and was right. I was part of a group when tragedy struck him personally...he went on with strength I have never witnessed before...and we also helped him.
Zen Institute was a life-changing experience. I highly recommend this program for women who have experienced trauma, addictions, depression/anxiety, and/or self-esteem issues that have plagued them despite being successful, caring, compassionate, and competent. Zen provides tools for living large and creating a rich and purposeful life. They also teach you how to take care of yourself as much as you care for and give to others. In short, you will be empowered to live the life you've always wanted. One note of caution: Zen recommended Taste of Peace Arizona to me because I was visiting the program from out of state and wanted a sober environment to stay in as I worked through the Zen program. If a woman's only space is important to you, then you might want to consider another establishment. The co-owner is male (the other owner's spouse). He participates in daily meals, transporting clients, and weekend activities. Also, if you are uncomfortable with guns, I would also recommend looking elsewhere. There are guns in the house, and they were visible during my stay.